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You'd think, in the #TWD's final season, they wouldn't be introducing such fascinating characters like #LeahShaw, who is (as of the end of this episode) the #ReaperQueen. But here we are: Pope is dead (long live #RitchieCoster: a BRILLIANT actor, gone too soon), #DarylDixon, #MaggieRhee, #Negan, and Elijah are (hopefully) on the run, and who knows where Leah's mindset truly lies? Meanwhile, will #TheCommonwealth swoop in on time to assist #AlexandriaSafeZone or arrive amidst the aftermath, in order to salvage potential Nasties/Plebeians?
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- When Leah Shaw tells The Reapers that Daryl Dixon killed Pope
- Elijah caught some shrapnel: We know walkers prefer fresh blood.
- We wanted to hear Pope's side of the story of what happened between he and Maggie Rhee.
- Negan reminds us that our group has been brutal, too: How Aaron got Gracie.
- Kill everything before it can kill you(?)
- Bossie was the first Reaper that Pope kills
- Reapers are in a constant offensive, war-like state: everyone is an/the/my enemy.
- Leah considering an alternative lifestyle? …happiness, perhaps?
- Did Leah just mark Daryl?
- A Hwacha is a late 16th, early 17th century Korean weapon used in sieges.
- We’re sad we don’t get to have more screen time with Ritchie Coster.
- Between Leah & Daryl, who does Dog Dixon choose?
- Aidan: Pope loses his mind much like Shane Walsh.
- The distance between Meridian from Alexandria Safe-Zone.
- The sinking feeling that Maggie may have returned to receive help for (what's left of) her current family, not necessarily to assist the family she left behind.
- (Not really) Feeling a connection to Elijah, seeing his sister as a walker
- Leah may have suspected Daryl was lying to her the whole time, "It’s hard to watch someone you care about change when they're hurting people you care about too."
- Should Daryl have confessed to Leah earlier? Would it have made a difference?
- Daryl and Leah will never chose each other over their respective families.
- Pope may have foretold his own death when telling Daryl about his rescue dog, Tick.
- Is it fulfilling enough for Daryl to live in service of others? Does love get you killed? Can you escape it?
- Pope was about to kill his own people (again), Leah's family, which is why she has to kill him. Daryl, too?
- Dog better survive the battle at Meridian. Are dogs people?
- Rosita Espinosa’s multi-faceted badassery and how her training, in early Season 10, finally bears fruit.
- How Rosita survives where Reaper, Paul Wells, in a similar situation does not. He goes out similarly to Paul "Jesus" Rovia when he/we encountered The Whisperers.
- Aliza is worried about Lydia, as she was last one holding the front door before walkers busted through it. Rachael is worried about Connie, leaving with Carol.
- Second callback (the 1st was Rosita's pose in the doorway) to Close Your Eyes (Fear The Walking Dead 4x10): Judith Grimes & Gracie stuck in the basement like Alicia Clark & Charlie.
- Aaron describes what it means to be a leader, in contrast to Pope in the scene just prior. But is Gracie wrong? Shouldn't Aaron stay behind more?
- Where is Jerry?!
- Antony Azor effectively delivers a line as R.J. Grimes!
- Aidan predicts Father Gabriel will be our first significant death.
- Who's graves is Reaper Mancea praying over and why Gabe abstained from killing/reporting on his encounter with him: https://screenrant.com/walking-dead-gabriel-reaper-not-kill-maggie-lie/
- Gabe's smile when he finds the rifle. Maggie the Grouch and they way she and Gabe emerged under Meridian's refuse.
- How touching it was that Connie proactively wants to go with Carol and whether that closes the book on that arc.
- Magna possibly continuing to deflect her own guilty/resentful feelings towards Carol.
- "The One" with whom Elijah is seeking revenge.
- Using your fear, like Judith tells Gracie, and why it's ok that Gracie didn't.
- Alden's fate!
- But why weren't we concerned for Maggie et al as the hwacha goes off?
- One of The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, "The Dark Horse Famine", was in charge of food distribution and used the Scales of Justice in the process: The reapers must be on the side of the righteous.
- Questions that still need answering: The sparked ignited the feud between Pope & Maggie.
- Aidan's twisted intro for Angela Kang’s new podcast,which pulverizes episodes of SQUAWKING DEAD. gulp
- Will Carol and Leah ever meet?
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