Thanks to the advanced directorial skills of Greg Nicotero, this episode ended up being a little more lackluster than it probably should have been. While the story still feels like it’s trudging along, the cat and mouse game between Negan and Rick felt fun, the introduction of Georgie, while odd, still felt intriguing, and Enid versus Michonne was more entertaining than one would expect. If you completely ignore some of the poor directorial decisions, this was a decent episode of The Walking Dead by their own standards.
On this episode we discuss, Maggie’s back and forth decision making skills, that Daryl/Rick apology, Georgie’s possible connection to the comics, and whether The Savior’s tainted weapons strategy even makes sense.
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