Ezekiel and Maggie's speeches work a little bit better, if only because Ezekiel gets to quote Shakespeare and Maggie gets to talk about the planning aspects of their fight and how much work they'll have to do in the coming days.It's an interesting dichotomy in leadership styles, but it doesn't work as well as Maggie's quiet little joke about being able to wage war until the second trimester, or the little scenes of Carol and Tara hanging out and waiting for the zombie parade to approach their overpass.Sign up today to start meeting United Kingdom Catholic Singles.

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That character imagines a distant future in which that character's great-great-grandchild is speaking to classmates about just how well everything turned out for her ancestor, and how said ancestor is one of the grandchild's heroes., I was struck by the recurring motif of Rick, on the cusp of making a decision that he knows will cost him and his friends dearly, flashing back to a similar idyllic situation.

Rick some years later, his hair gray and beard thick, waking up to kiss Michonne good morning, give Carl a hug, and spend time with a walking, talking toddler Judith. And yet, Rick blinks his eyes and returns to a world in which he's going to lead his friends and allies in a battle to the death for control of the post-apocalyptic future. The episode is interesting from a formatting standpoint.

It's entertaining, and that Gabriel is the one who gets captured by Negan makes the situation a little hairy, because Gabriel has grown into a productive member of the show's ensemble and a guiding hand to help Rick rein in his darker impulses.

The seriousness of Rick's assault, and the way in which they methodically planned it, is rewarding, and the fact that the shoot-out is mostly a distraction to allow the zombie herd to batter down Negan's doors is another clever idea.

We don't know what the trip wire does, but we know from the way Morgan charges after it and the look of relief that passes his face once he stops the walker that it's something bad (the pay-off of the trip wire works well, because it follows on the heels of Morgan's desperate lunge).

The structure of the episode is interesting to watch, and it's a nice contrast between reality and fantasy, but after eight seasons, Rick's inspirational speeches are starting to fall a little flat. Gimple isn't able to reinvent the wheel as far as he's concerned.

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