You can blame the director for that sight or AMC's editor. One of those two made the decision to include the cut.Judith been right in the heart of the fighting is a little disturbing, she fights better than Aaron but she shouldn't be there. How can Michonne be fully focused on walkers when her little girl is in danger ?
That he certainly has done. When you look at him in the small screen, he's almost tormented by the outside world, rather than being in safety in the cage. It's like he has been institutionalised. Yet, given freedom and the prospect of receiving hatred from the Alexandrian's, he opted to go out. Maybe he'll end up doing more redeeming work in order to save his hide. All we know is that he's booked to be in till end of the season.I guess Negan has gotten over his death wish thing.
The Walking Dead: Who Helped Negan Escape?The Walking Dead 10x04, “Silence the Whisperers,” ended with the long-imprisoned Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) missing from his jail cell as the Alexandria council debated to determine his fate: though he’s reformed in the eight years he’s been jailed as Alexandria’s sole prisoner, Negan accidentally killed Margo (Jerri Tubbs) when defending ex-Whisperer Lydia (Cassady McClincy) from a vicious attack. Father Gabriel (Seth Gilliam) was horrified to discover an empty cell, and the preview for episode 10x05, “What It Always Is,” reveals Negan was sprung from jail with the help of an accomplice: his keeper, the rarely seen Brandon (Blaine Kern III).
An official description for “What It Always Is” reveals Negan is “idolized by an Alexandrian,” revealing Brandon’s motives behind freeing Negan. It’s a departure from his comic book counterpart, Brandon Rose, who helped Negan escape to win revenge on Alexandria leader Rick Grimes and Whisperer leader Alpha.
We don't really know because we haven't seen how any of them write. "Silence The Whispers" as a sentence kind of point out to the outsiders, or to the new comers, who might not like what they have because they never really fought for it.Who wrote the silence the whispers on the wall?
It might be him. It was also strange that the white coated doctor didn't come to rescue, when he was shaking by the wall, obviously in the clutches of a phobia. But are we sure he has gone bonkers?Or is it the Doctor? Is it a manifestation of his PSTD? Or in a long line of TWD storylines, it could very well be pointless.