Jesus leads Rick and the group to the Kingdom, to convince King Ezekiel in joining Alexandria and the Hilltop in the incoming fight against Negan.

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Father Gabriel brings all the supplies from the pantry to the trunk of his car and leaves Alexandria. Rick, Daryl and their friends meet Jesus and they have a meeting with Gregory in Hilltop to plot to fight the Saviors. Gregory refuses but Enid convinces many people to join their fight. Then Jesus leads the group to Kingdom expecting to convince King Ezekiel to join the Kingdom in their fight and he offers sanctuary to Daryl. On their way back to Alexandria, they find a booby trap on the road planted by the Saviors with many explosives. What will they do? Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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12 February 2017 (USA)  »

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The most memorable part of the highway sequence for Alanna Masterson was repeatedly pushing a car up hill with Chandler Riggs. She joked "My glutes will never be the same." See more »

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When Rick and Michonne begin to decapitate the herd of Walkers with the cable attached to two cars, blood and guts accumulate on Michonne's windshield in the close shot, but later in the long shot there are no guts, only dust on her car. See more »

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Negan: [Over Radio] For anyone out there who loved the obese bastard as much as I did, I just want to say a few words. Fat Joey was not the most badass sonuvabitch, but he was loyal. He had a great sense of humor. In fact, we were just joking about oral sex with Lucille the other day! Things will not be the same now that he's dead. Without Fat Joey, Skinny Joey is just
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Negan: Joey. So it's a goddamn tragedy. So, let's have a moment of silence.
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Referenced in Talking Dead: Rock in the Road (2017) See more »

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Terrible Dialog
24 February 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Not sure why there are so many glowing reviews of this episode "returning to form". Maybe because of the fast pace and the generally positive feel? What people seem to jump over is how terrible the acting was for this episode -- and the dialog was even worse.

I feel like in some places this script was written by middle-schoolers. Or maybe it was poor editing/musical score choices that made the dialog seem bad. I'm honestly questioning continuing the series after this episode. Also, they are completely butchering Carol and Daryl's characters -- Daryl has gotten boring and predictable, Carol has gotten boring and weak.

Other than episode 7.1 this season has been trash. The Walking Dead has gone downhill FAST!


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