This week on The Walking Dead we take a look at what Daryl, Abraham and Sasha are up to.


This was another filler episode. The last few have been filler and sure they have been pretty good episodes but I’ve had enough. Only so many times can you not push the story forward and give us irrelevant episodes, it’s just getting ridiculous. It feels as if they don’t know what they are doing this season, I just wish they would go back to the tight story telling of season 1.

But let’s get on with it, Daryl, Sasha and Abraham get ambushed whilst taking the other half of the walkers away from Alexandria that is until they get ambushed and split up. Daryl get’s away but gets kidnapped by Dwight and 2 girls while Sasha and Abraham fend them off and wait for Daryl.

Daryl’s plot was alright, you see how he has changed and evolved to being this person who wants to help everyone, even if it is stupid. Dwight wasn’t a likeable character, but I think that was their intention, he was running away from these people, could they be Negans people? We don’t know. But you can kind of relate to Dwight, I mean he is just trying to survive but still.

Sasha and Abraham’s plot was pretty weak, it was just them waiting for Daryl really. They talk about control and how Abraham isn’t in full of control of himself which was weird cause compared to others he is, especially standing next to Sasha. But he seemed to have taken her advice and is sort of a new man, I don’t know. He did get a sweet RPG though.

The ending was all 3 of them together driving back to Alexandria until they hear someone say help over the radio. Who could it be? My first thought was Glenn and that’s more than likely who it is but I really hope it isn’t. They should kill him, they need something big to happen this season to redeem the filler.

The Walking Dead had another missable, yet enjoyable episode.



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