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After being in battle for approximately 84 years, "All Out War" ended in the most anticlimactic season finale in the history of The Walking Dead. Eugene helped save the day with his bullet sabotage even if we aren’t entirely sure that’s how guns work. Can we all agree this isn’t enough to allow him back into the fold? Because he was definitely ready to bust a cap in everybody’s ass yesterday. Also, it’s a good thing Aaron formerly known as BAE flopped around in the mud so the ladies of Oceanside could show up for literally less than 30 seconds. The Saviors surrendered in record time and were back gardening with our people on what we think may have been the same day.
Morgan made a quick and quiet exit to Fear The Walking Dead the very second "All Out War" was over. But not before dropping by to visit Jadis aka Anne and send her off to join Rick and the group, and then taking over her trash heap. We still aren’t entirely sure why Morgan had to go, but we’re glad we got to see Lennie James grace our television screens this long.
Last week, we lost the wrong villain. This week, we lost the wrong D. Daryl took it upon himself to banish Dwight because??? Because he feels threatened by Dwight’s blow up muscles? Because he stole his crossbow? Because Dwight looked better in his vest than he did? All signs point to YES. Daryl couldn’t linger long though because Maggie sent up the Bat Signal of Bull. Cloaked in darkness and revenge, Maggie has seemingly turned her rage on two of the people closest to her: Rick and Michonne. Nevermind the fact that she’s literally sitting in a room with the actual reason Glenn is dead. Listen, we understand where Maggie is coming from and we definitely don’t think Rick did right by her on his quest to honor Carl’s fever dream wishes. But next time she goes all Godfather on us, we need her to remember Daryl’s part in all of this.
As promised, Negan will live to monologue another day (after that whole throat wound heals, of course). We had a few seconds of elation when we realized Rick actually slit his throat, but our happiness was short lived when he told Siddiq to save him. So glad we wasted two and a half years on this trash ending!
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