#5. What was with those dream sequences?
The teases have been powerful for these dream sequences even though they were always vastly contradictory in how they presented themselves. One was a beautiful future with everyone together while another had Rick sobbing uncontrollably.
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Both visions for the future were interesting, but fans of the show finally figured out what all these teases from season 8 were about the entire time while Carl was speaking to his father on his deathbed.
It turns out that Carl had been wanting his father to be more human in how he dealt with people. Rick’s reluctance to add to the group or try to solve things without violence had been frustrating him, which is why he took it upon himself to save Siddiq in the woods.
Now that Carl is gone, it is still up to Rick to decide which future is possible on the show. How he approaches the rest of All-Out War will determine whether these groups will fight to the death or if they can find a way to coexist.
Which other questions were answered in the season 8 midseason premiere of The Walking Dead? And what questions do you feel need answering as the show goes forward? Let us know in the comments section below.