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The Bad Things from 714
- Jesus and Enid knowing about the plan. There is little doubt that what Rosita and Sasha are doing is very dangerous for relations with The Saviors. However, they still allow the two women to go off without telling Maggie or Gregory in hopes of stopping them.
- ‘Not anymore.’ Sasha doesn’t think that Maggie needs her anymore, but they are both nowhere near healed from the incidents during the series premiere lineup with Glenn and Abraham. She’s rushing into things too quickly and putting everyone in danger, not just herself.
- Having Gregory in charge. There has to be some transition of power soon. Sadly, The Hilltop can’t even admit that Maggie is at the community little alone make the transition of power from one individual to another. In the meantime, Gregory has the power to screw everything up.
- Losing Harlan Carson. For The Hilltop, losing Harlan is a very bad thing. With Maggie’s pregnancy and other survivors who need medical attention, they should be very upset that Negan and his men feel like they can just take whatever and whoever they want at any time, no matter how important to the community.
- Why was the burning car necessary? Sasha could have stood at one end of the fence and banged on it to draw the walkers to her while Rosita went in the other way and hot wired the car. Then again, this method would have no fire…and fire is pretty cool, I guess.