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Last week’s episode of The Walking Dead was really intense – it was like watching a video game. Things started off calm, with Carol delivering homemade beet and acorn cookies to all of the Alexandria residents, including her new beau Tobin. On the other hand, Abraham broke off his relationship with Rosita, which she didn’t take well. When Rick arrived back at the settlement, he had everyone vote whether or not to take preemptive action against the Saviors, and peace-loving Morgan was severely out-voted. So they headed off for a secret raid on Negan’s compound, where they slowly made their way through the building, killing the men one by one in their sleep. (This was the first time Glenn had to kill another human being that wasn’t a walker.) However, when one of the Saviors discovered what was going on, he pulled the fire alarm, and all hell broke loose. Our gang managed to gun down everyone inside, but as they were headed outside, one of the Saviors tried to escape on a motorcycle. Daryl was about to kill the man, when a woman’s voice came over a loudspeaker, ordering them to lower their weapons, followed by “We’ve got a Carol and a Maggie. I’m thinking that’s something you want to chat about.”
How is the gang going to get out of this situation? Who is this woman, and is there any reasoning with her after the massive slaughter of her people? Is this the end for Maggie and/or Carol? I hope not! Where is Negan, and how is he going to react to all of this?
On tonight’s episode, “The Same Boat,” after experiencing a minor success, there is a whole new set of issues when members of the group are taken and held hostage.
Find out if the group can rescue Carol and Maggie tonight on AMC at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/recording The Family, Quantico, Hollywood Game Night, Bob’s Burgers, The Simpsons, Family Guy, The Last Man on Earth, Talking Dead, and And Then There Were None.
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