No. He hasn't. The poor boy doesn't know how to, or then he played real dump with the poison question. "I gave it, because you packed it," he said. When you saw Siddiq fidling with the water valves he clearly understood that in his dreamstate he might have unintentionally poisoned the whole town. That's how I did interpret it.think Dante has done something to the water same way he murdered the whisperer to stop him talking.
Interesting. I didn't even think about it that way, but it seems more logical than my idea. Either way Negan is going to kill someone.You just know Lydia is going to blunder into the whisperers camp and Negan will stop Alpha from killing her.
Yeah! She recognized Carol's captive quickly enough. The Greek letter gang must be a relatively small bunch, so everyone should know each other's designation.What I don't understand is how come Lydia didn't recognise Dante ?
Man, you are totally right, but you kind of get it. Dante was never put under the hippocratic oath. He was given a combat medic training, but he chose to not care. If Siddiq would have put his hands up and said, "Can't do it. My head is full of ghosts," I would have accepted his request for a break immediately. It's not like there's a lack of people in the Alexandria who can do the caring duties. So, the question is, where and when did he arrive to Alexandria?Dante's unmasking as a whisperer spy and murderer really floored me. That was quite a promotion from being a suspected figment of Siddig's PTSD imagination.
Yeah, 24 maximum, but they did wear masks all the time.The Greek letter gang must be a relatively small bunch
Carl and Siddig were reunited on the Talking Dead couch after the show. Siddig has a nice haircut, and Carl's eye has made a remarkable recovery.Dante caused rather a lot of damage! But Alpha also in big trouble with Lydia out and about, and Negan. A race to the bottom.
As for Siddiq.... he was who Carl lost his life to save! So indeed Carl's loss didn't really lead to a great gain.
It's Angela Kang's first midseason final as a showrunner. She has done a remarkable job compared to the state Gimple left it to her. And they really have stepped down on the amount of violence they show in the small screen. TWD and Fear has always been violent, but not this much. I think it's a good thing. If she can pull a magnificient midseason ending then it's all good and the series has some future. I think all sorts of things dead are going out of the fashion and I'm aiming my next trilogy to be set in space.Some action in needed in the midseason finale (which came quick). but I think Whisperers will not be resolved until at least end season.