Overall Impression of 713
This is one of those episodes of The Walking Dead that feel like they are only 15 minutes long. It was an intense story with a lot of twists and turns with emotional and action packed moments, making it feel like it was over in an instant.
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Within the span of one episode, both Morgan and Carol changed their characters nearly completely. Doing that while making the situation between The Saviors and The Kingdom even more powerful was amazing.
Many fans will be down on this episode because it doesn’t feature many of the characters they have grown to love over the years. However, ‘Bury Me Here’ should be considered to be one of the best episodes of season 7 based on the power of the episode, the impact it has on the story going forward, and the emotional impact it had on viewers.
Ezekiel now understands that The Kingdom will need to fight, but knows it is best to pick his battles. With them eventually joining up with the people of The Hilltop,
Overall, I loved this episode and really enjoyed the emotional ride it brought me on. An excellent installment that should have fans on their seat for the eventual war against Negan and The Saviors.
Episode 714 of The Walking Dead is titled ‘The Other Side’ and is scheduled to air on Sunday, March 19, 2017. Undead Walking will return with another review of the good, bad, and interesting stuff next week.