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The Bad Things
- Gregory is still in denial. Even after having the community saved by Maggie and Sasha with the help of Jesus, Gregory still isn’t willing to risk his comfortable situation at The Hilltop for a chance to eliminate The Saviors. And his poor relations skills with Alexandria bode poorly for his future.
- Daryl learned nothing about impatience. More outbursts from Daryl nearly cost the team, as his words nearly put the meeting between the people of Alexandria and The Kingdom in danger of happening. Then, he figuratively slapped Ezekiel in the face for the help he offered Alexandria. His character fails to evolve, which is a bad thing.
- Misleading the Alexandrians. Morgan did his best to cover for Carol, but honesty is important at this point. The way he worded the story about her, he made it sound as though she got sick and passed away after suffering horrific wounds from The Saviors. However, she is alive and well, just in hiding.
- Richard needs to give his passionate speech to Ezekiel, not Rick. It’s easy to give a speech to people who agree with you, but trying to change someone else’s opinion or let them see a different point of view is a challenge. Richard needs to rise to that challenge and be more vocal to Ezekiel about his feelings toward war with The Saviors.
- Everyone in the zombie apocalypse can hot-wire cars and defuse explosives. Where did Rosita learn how to do this stuff? And how did Michonne know to hot-wire a car? And why did Rick and Michonne stop driving when eliminating the horde of walkers? So many questions during that scene!
- Jumping to conclusions about Gabriel’s disappearance. Just like Daryl, Rosita’s fiery temper and hasty decisions have put others in danger. Now, she jumped to a conclusion about Gabriel that cast him in a poor light undeservedly. Hopefully, she learns from this and her incident with Negan’s bat Lucille.