Yeah. It troubles me that they need to keep Negan alive, as if it would give them some sort of moral high ground, instead of double tapping and ditching the body for the crows. But it also troubles me that Daryl saw Rick as someone, who is against them instead embracing him as the father of their nation. It is as if he cannot feel remorse or love over the hate that he has for Rick saving the bad man's life.I really liked the Daryl and Rick interaction, deep down Rick knows keeping Negan alive isn't the best decision he's ever made but he can't admit it if he does he thinks Its betraying Carl, he doesn't see he risks losing Carol, Daryl and Maggie the people in this world who mean the most to him.
If I'm reading this right, there will be a mass slaughter at some point, and the Saviours will be melt into the other communities. The easiest way would be by allowing some of them to flee, to go out on their own, while the rest gets killed or melted among the others.The remaining saviours need to be dealt with, not sure how it can be done either disperse them amongst the other groups or isolate their settlement, probably not possible.
She has lost her marbles and she is in a mission for finding the unicorn, the immune person, so that the helicopter people can feel safe to come out from their underground shelters. The only problem she has is that Gabriel is a trained preacher, and he knows how press those buttons to make others to feel guilty. He ain't giving hope to anyone.What was Anne trying to accomplish by threatening Gabriel with Dolly Walker?
She said that he was her ticket out, yet she left him behind so she could move faster. Is she out hunting for the fabled "A"?
I have one song for you brother:Looks like Rick may be going out, not with a bang, but a whimper. That would be a sad way for the series central character to exit. I expected his mount to panic long before it did.
A good episode blighted by more bad decisions from the lead characters. Maggie's decision to go off half cocked after Negan, leads to Rick leaving the camp to what is his doom.
Carol not taking out the Saviours with immediate effect and engaging in a futile conversation looks like it is going to lead to undue deaths.
And it goes back to Rick's ultimate decision to keep Negan alive...how any of these people are still breathing is beyond belief. Good riddance to the lot of them once the series is cancelled at the end of this season. Although I will miss my weekly bemusement at the shortcomings of this particular group of script writers.[/QUOTE
I have been hating the script writers this season, I have not wanted to say anything because my posts seem so negative all the time. I do love the show, But, Growing up in the Shenandoah Valley and still living in rural Va parts of the show I have grown to hate. I can not get past the plow, plows like that are all over the place you would not have to go to dc to get one. People use them as yard art. You see them at flea markets and antique shops all the time no need to go to DC to get one. What kills me the most about the plow is how they have to lower it down like it is so heavy and then two men throw it in the back of a wagon like it was nothing. Why did they need the boat? Canoes are here, there, every where. I even have a canoe and two kayaks. What is up with that tractor. No way you could ride A horse into dc from a rural place into dc and back out in one day.
The plow, the canoe and the tractor are all red herrings. The producers are trying to their best to give us thing that builds the world, even though they are not addressing the fact that there are far better methods and less dangerous places, where they could acquire such items. The producers are concentrating on bringing in the Whisperer's to a seemingly blissful happiness that should be wafting over the Ricknation.But, Growing up in the Shenandoah Valley and still living in rural Va parts of the show I have grown to hate. I can not get past the plow, plows like that are all over the place you would not have to go to dc to get one. People use them as yard art. You see them at flea markets and antique shops all the time no need to go to DC to get one. What kills me the most about the plow is how they have to lower it down like it is so heavy and then two men throw it in the back of a wagon like it was nothing. Why did they need the boat? Canoes are here, there, every where. I even have a canoe and two kayaks. What is up with that tractor. No way you could ride A horse into dc from a rural place into dc and back out in one day.
One more thing, why would they not hook up a pulley and the horses to the logs?
I think he was having a blond moment. He thought he would be able to run away from the horde and lead them away from the Ricknation. Honestly, if the horse would have reared, he could have turned around and go through the ruins as that was the only direction that was free.What was Rick trying to achieve by the way? Pied piper leading zombies away from the bridge?
I think it was featured in the last season or in one before that, as a building that they never raided. It might have been taken down between the seasons. I'm pretty certain I've seen that cross roads before, but I'm not prepared to go back and watch 32 episodes to find out for certain.Is the spot where he is impaled actually part of the building construction wreckage? Something poetic about that being his demise.
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