15) Why was Eugene crying? Because of the fact the walkers breached The Sanctuary? Because he refused Father Gabriel? Or because he knew that more people would die if The Saviors got bullets?
16) This episode’s name comes from Jadis’s words to Rick as she prepares him to confront Winslow’s replacement: “Time for after.”
17) Jadis’s intended result for this “fight” (Really, just feeding Rick to Winslow II) is clearly, the “After” Jadis spoke of when Rick asked why she was photographing and sketching him.
18) If you look carefully, you can see a white armband on the dangling corpse Rick finds the walkers feasting on, marking him as a Kingdom knight. This likely means the other two snipers were also killed. This would officially leave Carol, Jerry, Dianne, and Ezekiel the only confirmed surviving fighters for The Kingdom.
19) This episode’s title might have something of a double meaning. Up to the very end of this episode, this entire season has focused on the first stage of The Alliance’s war with The Saviors. With the walkers now cleared from the entrance to The Sanctuary, it’s “Time For After”, i.e. the second stage of the war: The Saviors’ retaliation.
And, with that, we’ve concluded our Things To Note for this week. Was there anything you missed? Was there anything I missed? Feel free to throw in your things to note in the comments!
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