THE WALKING DEAD Recap: Rick and Michonne "Say Yes"

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He said: "I think our momentum continues forward, and seeing where we are now, and these various groups of people, it really builds to a very different finale than we've done in the past". For each episode, McDermitt will share his thoughts on what went down and what's coming up, plus walk us through the ins and outs of the show.

A prequel we'd like to see: Several times early in this week's episode, Rick and Michonne teased that something big must have happened at the school carnival.

Rick's name might as well have been Jean Valjean on this episode, because he asked Michonne for "one day more" more times than was repeated in the entire production of Les Miserables.

At least, that's what we're assuming he did because, to preserve the trolling surprise, we didn't get to see how Rick managed to survive this one. Would more people help them?

When it comes to annoying TV characters, few shows know how to irritate quite like "The Walking Dead". The second way is just as cruel or even more: Negan could be tortured to death like the Governor in comics. As it can be recalled on the previous episode, Rosita traveled to the Hilltop to meet Sasha, and convinced her to join her take down Negan, on what she calls their "one-way ticket.' But the fans know how risky Negan is, so it's surely a thrill on what might happen to the two characters". "You wanna go?" "Nah, we can do this". Now we are? This should get juicy.

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There are spoilers ahead for last night's episode of The Walking Dead, but don't pretend that you didn't know that!

These types of episodes are old hat for The Walking Dead, the Terminus arc was full of them, but the first half of season seven tried to put too much on its plate. He falls to what appears to be his death beneath a pile of walkers.

Rick took a moment to decide whether or not he should shoot the animal but eventually fired at the deer as walkers approached it. I get that she's upset because her guy left her and then got his head bashed in, but she's a virus that's going to eat everyone else up. She also turned her relentless survivor's guilt on Gabriel, attempting to blame him for her own dumb decisions.

Not only do you get to smile and laugh, Rick gets to just have some adventures with Michonne. Albeit an unorthodox one. Unlike Sasha, whose death wish has waxed and waned with the circumstances, Rosita is all in with her inconsolable pouting.

Tara also gets a chance to grow this week, experiencing her own moment of enlightenment. It's clear Judith has no idea what she's talking about. "What makes our lives worth more than theirs? That are hurting other people?" But at the same time, she feels like she's betraying Rick and the group if she doesn't tell.

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In the meantime, I'm slowly starting to care again-after many months of numbness-about who will live or die on this show. Actress Sonequa Martin-Green has taken the lead role on CBS All Access's upcoming Star Trek: Discovery, which we're guessing won't leave Martin-Green much time to walk among the undead.

Cue Rosita, who is on some kind of mission to prove that slow and steady doesn't win the race, but her over eager need for revenge may just be detrimental to all of Alexandria. After last week focused on Eugene's apparent betrayal to Negan, this week focuses on Rick and Michonne's blossoming relationship. "Everything is possible until your heart stops beating".

- Chili, mac, and cheese really is delicious. Morgan knows who was killed, and how.

- The walker with the machine gun takes the prize for zombie of the week.

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