Yet their poor judgment leads to a whopper of a throwdown. A skirmish ensues and a weakened Michonne is in trouble, until Rosita finds an RPG and scores the best kill of the season by vaporizing that Saviordude at point blank range.
Zeke and the Kingdom are in disarray. Already a subscriber? But this is worse than remaining offscreen. That would explain the mind-boggling choice to have him in only two episodes this season so far.
But as the biggest, baddest villain in the series, his absence is inexplicable. Menance: We have to give Negan some minor menace points here because it still seems like every single Savior in all of Virginia is willing to lay their life on the line just to set him free. What we have now is grab-bag TV, with far too many storylines and far too little focus resulting in a show that varies wildly from week to week.
The only thing consistent about The Walking Dead is the theme song, and the fact that viewers have no idea whether it will be worth tuning in on any given week. Popular Shows 1. Yellowstone 2. Blindspot 3. Resurrection: Ertugrul 4. Dateline NBC 5. S8, E5 The Big Scary U With war raging all around him, we get a close look at Negan and the lives of the Saviors during the conflict through a familiar set of eyes. S8, E6 The King, the Widow, and Rick With things looking up for Rick and the group, an argument breaks out at the Hilltop; the consequences of the decision are life versus death.
S8, E7 Time for After Negan has to enlist the help of his lieutenants in solving a huge issue facing the Sanctuary; Rick and the group continue to enact the plan. S8, E8 How It's Gotta Be Every story and battle from the first half of the season comes crashing together in this action-packed, emotional Mid-Season finale.