Maggie needs Carol to join The Hilltop on The Walking Dead

Maggie needs Carol to join The Hilltop on The Walking Dead

Maggie needs Carol to join The Hilltop on The Walking Dead

Before the second half of Season 7 premiered, The Walking Dead star Andrew Lincoln promised that the second half would have more "levity" than what came before. What was once considered a monster TV hit, appealing to American audiences across geographical and political boundaries has become a slow crawl toward the finish line.

No spoilers yet, just sad Rick face.

Though the AMC drama has changed quite a bit from the comics, it appears that all the necessary pieces are in place for war. Sasha decided that self-taught explosives expert and jack-of-all-trades Rosita (Christian Serratos) has more to offer the group than she does, so she locked Rosita out of the Sanctuary and charged in alone, intent on putting a bullet in Negan's head.

Season 7 of The Walking Dead is coming to a close and things are starting to heat up like molten metal on a Walker. They listen in on a stolen walkie-talkie and hear Eugene not only giving orders regarding the building's defense, but referring to himself as Chief Engineer and calling himself Negan (as is the Savior way).

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But, while she is alive there is no one around to rescue her from Negan and it seems she could be his next victim. "And now they're going to see a different side of Rick and the gang". Instead, it felt like Sasha had all the time in the world to work her switcheroo on Rosita and then race inside, gun blazing. Unfortunately, The Saviors give her less time than that, when the show out of the blue because they're looking for....cut to commercial break.

Knowing that Eugene is being held against his will by Negan, both women encouraged him to go back to Alexandria with them. Rosita has no choice but to run, until she sees a figure in the dark. She runs away, frustrated, until she spots the silhouette of Daryl. It's an awesome cinematic moment that ties into our next theory. "It's sort of the panoply of human and "Walking Dead" experience". "It's about setting up this giant, epic tale to come, not only in Season 8, but beyond".

The good news is that at least this dumb plot is (mostly) out of the way, and more importantly, that Rosita finally has gotten a lot more interesting and sympathetic. Weirdly enough, Negan doesn't like to be called racist, in either the comics or TV show, so that'll be a odd issue to contend with.

Was Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) happy when she was with Abraham Ford (Michael Cudlitz)?

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While it seems likely Sasha will die at some point leading up to the Season 7 finale, based on how her story arc is traveling in comparison to Holly's in the comics, there is still the potential for AMC to shake things up a little.

"It's sort of the panoply of human and Walking Dead experience. So I think if we get it right, it will be an incredibly satisfying ending to Season 7". "The first episode [of Season 8] is less about that we reached 100 episodes, it's more about setting up the next 100 episodes". First, Negan must be removed as the show's central focus. The episode features some meaningful digressions too, including a scene where Enid tries to distract one of the Saviors by being extra-hospitable, only to find that the villains all default to rudeness and bullying, and aren't planning on forming an emotional bond with plucky teens any time soon.

AMC will air the penultimate episode of "The Walking Dead" season 7 on Sunday, March 26, at 9 p.m. EDT.

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