21 March, 2017
Sacrifice for the greater good and building a better future are big themes this season, especially the later half of the season, and I think to see two people stand for that despite personal wounds is powerfully inspiring. When you still have light to share, that's just who you are.
As she disappeared from sight gunfire could be heard and both fans and Rosita were left fearing the worst.
Gregory has his own "shenanigans" planned, ruining the plan that will actually save the Hilltop with his schmoozy non-sense.
"Do you want to hear it?"
Reality check Gregory, you are nothing more than a pawn in the Saviors scheme, he's oblivious and my previous desire to see him meet an untimely end by walker death, is absolutely fine. It isn't so simple that their orientation automatically makes them a couple.
We have to give Lincoln plaudits for sheer zesty imagination to be honest - even if it doesn't quite top the Carl fan theory.
Jesus noticed Sasha drawing her interpretation of a map, so he filled the rest of it in for her as he did not want her to die if she did go through with the plan.
It was more she couldn't handle that he reached that happy place before she could and she wanted to. Sasha realizes that only one of them needs to go in and she's the one who makes the choice.More news: Police obtain Interpol's help in hunt for North Koreans
Given the longevity of the comics and where we are in that storyline, another 100 episodes is certainly doable, and I'm on board to continue the journey if they keep up the quality. I always found it hard getting close to anyone.
Two seasons later, in the latest episode of Walking dead season 7, which aired in the U.S. on 19 March, one major character subtly revealed his sexuality during one of his emotional conversation with Maggie.
Sasha was then caught by Jesus stealing some of his bullets.
Tensions have been mounting between her and the leader of Hilltop ever since she arrived in the community, so a showdown is inevitable.
The season finale is coming up, can we expect the death of another fan favorite? .
Error! There was an error processing your request. But one of the most emotional moments was between Maggie and Daryl.
The two embraced, as Maggie told a silent, nodding Daryl, "Help me win".
Rosita and Sasha made their escape out the hole in the fence that Maggie made previously. (Yes, it's possible he's thinking only of himself, but he could just as well be thinking of Maggie's baby.) Of course he comes off as a rat bastard once again when he threatens to turn Jesus over to the Saviors, as he sips his tequila, apparently trying to adopt Simon's attitude. This man must feel so much guilt for jumping up and punching Negan.