Carol did specify that she wanted Negan to take Alpha out quickly. By that, she may have meant before Alpha destroyed Hilltop. I guess you'd have to take a look at the fine print in the hit contract to see if Negan really fulfilled his side,I guess there is no honour left in the old lady. She sprung Negan out of the cell, promised him Heaven and Earth, and then when the moment came to conclude the business, she backed out, leaving Negan on his own, without a solution to get back in Alexandria. That is cold. Redemption denied for the funny guy in the leather coat.
I can't blame them for erring on the side of suspicion. Most survivors are better avoided.New people? They are only going to ef us. Honestly, that has been the case in both Fear and in TWD. Everything is suspicious. There is no more good people left in the world. Virgil was a last tick. He took Michonne out of the big picture and didn't even provide anything.
Well, isn't it a fairly small step from country western music to madness?Beta didn't accept his new status as Alpha. He went completely bonkers, rivalling the Filthy Woman with his madness. It's not like he had many marbles left in his brain box anyway.
I was taken by surprise at the advancement-by-assassination development. I was surprised again when he abdicated. Being in charge is his thing. Fear of Beta?I hated that Daryl tied up Negan and then took him to stick to get only captured by the Whisperers. When they raised Negan as their new Alpha, I loved the reverse.
That definitely lent an air of whimsy to the new location. It made think that the new character may be alone and has been amusing herself by arranging walker scenes mimicking normal life.I loved that the city zombies showed the same thing. Tied in their places, all super hungry but unable to hunt anything. I liked even more that they were all dressed pretty
In true TWD tradition, maybe the new lady kills newcomers, then does her staging before they reanimate? She did seem unnaturally chipper in her greeting.I'll leave comment on the new girl until I've seen more. Although do wonder how did she manage to make mannequins of walkers without been bite?
Hopefully the other whisperers will realise the only way they can join him is to become a walker, no skins in Beta's army and stay well clear.
Carol did specify that she wanted Negan to take Alpha out quickly. By that, she may have meant before Alpha destroyed Hilltop. I guess you'd have to take a look at the fine print in the hit contract to see if Negan really fulfilled his side,
Well, isn't it a fairly small step from country western music to madness?
She sprung Negan out of the cell, promised him Heaven and Earth, and then when the moment came to conclude the business, she backed out, leaving Negan on his own, without a solution to get back in Alexandria. That is cold. Redemption denied for the funny guy in the leather coat.
Carol not holding up her end of the bargain shouldn't come as a surprise, it's Carol.
Yes, she was unhappy that Negan took so long; the attack on Hilltop might never have happened, but Carol has clearly been mentally unwell for some time. How she survived her husband's abuse to become the warrior woman was quite unbelievable in any case, so asking for continuity in the character arcs now is a little late in the day. There was that one episode that focused on the fact that they all had PTSD, but then the following week it was back to business as normal.Carol did specify that she wanted Negan to take Alpha out quickly.
I wondered that if he hadn't that opportunity to save Daryl's life, if Daryl would have killed him despite his story. Negan says that he only killed people that deserved it, and never children, but did Glen deserve to die? Negan was cruel, and while seven years may have changed him, can people change that much? Daryl is never going to like him and doesn't have to.Negan can't undo the things that he done, he knows this.
There is no more good people left in the world. Virgil was a last tick. He took Michonne out of the big picture and didn't even provide anything.
Most survivors will also have PTSD and from every previous encounter, I don't think you can take anyone at face value.I can't blame them for erring on the side of suspicion. Most survivors are better avoided.
Once again, I think he was always mad. Could a Whisperer really be sane? I think he loved Alpha and cannot come to accept she is dead. I think he believes he, himself is already dead. If he leads that horde and no longer cares if he lives then he is very dangerous.Beta didn't accept his new status as Alpha. He went completely bonkers
While Ezekiel found them funny, they were once people with jobs, family and lives. I think that once you lose that respect for the walking dead, you also lose respect for the living. Even if it is discovered this new woman (is it Stephanie?) thinks they are zombie art installations, you should be really worried about her. I also find it very, very unlikely she has survived alone. So, even if she isn't a threat, you need to beware her friends.I loved that the city zombies showed the same thing. Tied in their places,
The lady who made the zombie mannequins clearly has both a talent, a sense of humour, and is also somewhat unhinged. But she is the same lady who talked pleasantly on the radio for weeks?
Hilltop was wrecked. So is Beta and his new horde going to rampage through Alexandria? He must be getting through the miles.
Regarding the last episode completion. It has surprised me the last couple of years how shows apparently start airing a season before the whole season production (or post-production) is even completed. Obviously in normal circumstances they are efficient enough for it to work. Though there have been a number of shows that have taken longer breaks between seasons recently. Maybe they are cutting it too close.
From the AMC comments it seemed it was more to do with post-production computer effects that they do on every episode, that can't easily be run out of office. Maybe various kinds of cleaning up of the images.I think they are reshooting it, unless it has extensive CGI elements. It might because of something that was said that made them to do the thing. What it could be?
Is disliking a character a bad thing? The one you love to hate... maybe so if she is still set to be on the side of heroes.I haven't read the thread yet and just finished the episode. My first thought is I have loved Carol, fumed at her actions but now I actually dislike her character which considering her history is a mark against the writers.
Back later with further thoughts after I read through the posts.
No spoilers, but at this point it's quite close to the comic, and the shot in which Princess was introduced was a direct copy of a panel in the comic. So I assume her character will be very close to who she is on paper.
My own impression is she is someone new. From Eugene's conversations with Stephanie, I assumed she was part of a group and for safety reasons wouldn't at first divulge their location. I still don't think she has but instead arranged to meet somewhere near enough for them both to reach.
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