'The Walking Dead' Is Back And Here Are Its Next Likely Victims

'The Walking Dead' Is Back And Here Are Its Next Likely Victims

"There will be more information as you view it more than one time, because, if you notice, there is a moment when he gets in the auto, and the car's driving away, and somebody sits up in the seat next to him", Walking Dead executive producer Greg Nicotero told Entertainment Weekly. I know you want more insight on that one, but I'm not going to give anything up.

The show opened with a mysterious sequence in which Father Gabriel was seen abandoning his lookout post before driving away with the remainder of Alexandria's food supplies.

The only thing more conspicuously awkward during this exchange, aside from the failed attempt at humor when Rick reacts to this fucking tiger, is him launching into some folksy story his mom told him about a rock in the road. Shout-out to Rick's maniacal half-grin as he and his gang stood surrounded and outnumbered by this motley crew. Which I guess would have been fine, except for the part about finding a bag of gold underneath the rock?

When Rick smiles, signalling that everything might end up okay in the end, we can't help but smile right along with him. It's only a matter of time before Gregory is removed from power or he fills Negan in on what the others plan to do to save himself.

After an unsuccessful search, Negan's right-hand man Simon told Rick: 'If Daryl does turn up here two days from now, two months from now, hell, two years from now, just know there's no statute of limitations on this. And after collecting all the ammunitions, Rick and Michonne flaunts their level of understanding by driving the two cars attached with the iron cable at the exact same speed and killing the very big herd of zombies by cutting them into halves. "To what do we owe this visit?"

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"The Saviours - they own our lives", he responds, ".and they will come looking. Because this show doesn't make any sense. I could breathe again and I remember why I first fell in love with The Walking Dead. Behold, a composition book that has the word "BOAT" written in big, friendly letters. "He's gone to the zombie lake boathouse!" One of those unused names could end up being repurposed for this new group, but that doesn't mean they'll have anything else in common with their comic counterpart.

My take is that Rick never saw these people as the enemy, they were - in his mind - just people who didn't already know that they would be later joining forces with him in the fight against Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan).

"He's smiling because there's his army".

With their stained clothes and their childish faces, it is possible to imagine that it is this new community that Rick has found and with it a possible solution for the assault that he wants to launch against Negan and the Saviors.

Luckily, they have Rosita's military expertise (not only can she defuse a bomb, she can look at a stick of dynamite and decide-correctly-that it's wonky). Unless they don't and screw it up. They are more focused on growing crops and creating some type of community. We know that Richard is hell bent on fighting, trying to talk Carol and Morgan into it. I need to believe that we'll see Carol more in the upcoming episodes because I just desperately need a Carol/Daryl reunion.