Talked about scene from The Walking Dead 803 ‘Monsters’

Eric (Jordan Woods-Robinson) and Aaron (Ross Marquand) in The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 3Photo by Gene Page/AMC
Eric (Jordan Woods-Robinson) and Aaron (Ross Marquand) in The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 3Photo by Gene Page/AMC /

Two characters shared an emotional scene together in the most talked about moment from season 8 episode 3 of AMC’s The Walking Dead titled ‘Monsters’.

AMC has kept their foot on the gas pedal through the first three episodes from season 8 of The Walking Dead. There has been plenty of action, drama, and intrigue to keep viewers on the edge of their seat.

Season 8 episode 3 of the show titled ‘Monsters’ kept all that excitement and emotion flowing as the war against Negan and The Saviors raged on and the body count continued to pile up from each battle.

Here is the most talked about scene from episode 803 titled ‘Get Back to the Fight’ as shared on the official AMC YouTube channel:

Aaron had taken Eric away from the battleground and checked out his bullet wound. He notices that the shot went clean through his abdomen after finding the exit wound on his back, giving hope Eric will survive.

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Sitting Eric down next to a tree, Aaron says that he feels awful about pulling Eric into the war. Eric says he would have fought along his side no matter what, and he shouldn’t feel guilty for his efforts in persuading him to do battle.

Eric says that Aaron needs to go back to the fight and help the survivors from Alexandria take out the outpost. At first, Aaron disagrees and doesn’t want to leave Eric, but eventually, he decides to spend a few moments with Eric before going.

The two share a touching moment, sobbing while showing affection for each other. Eric tells Aaron that it is time to get back to the fight. They express their love for each other one more time before Aaron leaves him to return to war.

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Was this scene the one you talked about the most from season 8 episode 3 of The Walking Dead? Or was it the scene with Morales and Rick? Or maybe the closing seconds featuring The Kingdom? Let us know what the biggest moment from the episode was for you.