‘The Rules Matter’: Talked about scene from The Walking Dead 707

Mark (Griffin Freeman), Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) and Dr. Emmit Carson (Tim Parati) in Episode 7Photo by Gene Page/AMC
Mark (Griffin Freeman), Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) and Dr. Emmit Carson (Tim Parati) in Episode 7Photo by Gene Page/AMC /

Following the rules in The Sanctuary is a must, as Negan took obedience very seriously during The Walking Dead season 7 episode 7 titled ‘Sing Me A Song’.

There is an old saying about how rules are meant to be broken. Obviously, those people have never lived under Negan’s rule in The Sanctuary on AMC’s zombie survival drama The Walking Dead.

During episode 707 titled ‘Sing Me A Song’, Negan showed just how much of a stickler for the rules he is. When someone went behind his back to do something against those rules, he expressed his authority with an iron fist.

Here is the talked about scene from Sunday’s episode of The Walking Dead according to the official AMC YouTube account:

This is a talked about scene for several reasons. Not only does it show what happens when someone breaks the rules in The Sanctuary, but it explains why Dwight’s face looks the way it does.

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Negan keeps a tight ship. When he found out that Amber had been sneaking around to see Mark behind his back, he got upset at her for “cheating on him” since she is considered to be one of his wives.

Instead of punishing Amber, Negan turned his attention to Mark. Heating up an iron from the furnace and gathering all the people of The Sanctuary to watch on has he exacted the punishment on the two survivors.

After putting on a thick glove, Negan was given the iron by Dwight. While Carl, Daryl, Dwight, and the others looked on. With shock and disgust on everyone’s faces, Negan pressed the iron against Mark’s face, melting his skin to the iron and tearing it off his face.

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What did you think of this scene from The Walking Dead episode 707 titled “Sing Me A Song”? Which characters did it help/hurt the most? And how can this scene be used to help create the future stories of the seasons? Let us know in the comments below.