The Walking Dead, season 11 episode 19, A New Deal: Things To Note

Laila Robins as Pamela Milton - The Walking Dead _ Season 11, Episode 18 - Photo Credit: Jace Downs/AMC
Laila Robins as Pamela Milton - The Walking Dead _ Season 11, Episode 18 - Photo Credit: Jace Downs/AMC /
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Melissa McBride as Carol Peletier – The Walking Dead _ Season 11, Episode 18 – Photo Credit: Jace Downs/AMC /

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1) This week’s “Previously On The Walking Dead” — Focusing on the anti-Sebastian protests in the Commonwealth, Governor Milton claiming that she was going to find the person responsible for the disappearances of people across the Commonwealth (As well as the person who pointed the finger at Sebastian for them), Negan’s arrival at the Commonwealth, Carol offering a deal to Governor Milton to put a stop to Lance Hornsby (Suggesting using him as a scapegoat for Sebastian’s crimes), and Daryl’s holding Hornsby hostage, leading to a standoff with the Commonwealth troopers — is voiced by Melissa McBride.

2) Judith is, once again, recounting many of the group’s trials at the beginning of this episode. Among them are Daryl’s first appearance in the series’ third ever episode, “Tell It To The Frogs”, Daryl hallucinating seeing Merle in season two’s “Chupacabra”, Daryl’s reluctance to help Merle rob a Mexican family in season three’s “Home” (While also hearing Daryl’s lament at learning Merle’s fate in Atlanta in “Tell It To The Frogs”), Daryl putting down Merle’s walker in season three’s “This Sorrowful Life”, flashes of Carl (Inside Terminus, in the season four finale, “A”), Hershel (Just before his death in the season four midseason finale, “Too Far Gone”, Glenn and Daryl narrowly avoiding execution at Terminus in the season five premiere, “No Sanctuary”, Dr. Denise Cloyd, right after her death in season six’s “Twice As Far”, Rick, as he blows up the bridge to the sanctuary in season nine’s “What Comes After”, Rick and Daryl searching the woods for Sophia in the season two premiere, “What Lies Ahead”, Rick and Daryl climbing out of a massive hole in the ground in Rick’s penultimate episode, season nine’s “The Obliged”, Daryl holding Judith just after she was born in season three’s “Say The Word”, Daryl carrying Beth’s dead body out of Grady Memorial Hospital in season five’s “Coda”, Daryl and Judith reuniting in season ten’s “The Tower” (I think), Daryl leading Hilltop in the battle against the Whisperers in “Morning Star”, Daryl, Carol, Michonne, Siddiq, and Yumiko discovering Alpha’s “border” (In reality, the heads of ten of their friends and loved ones on pikes) in season nine’s “The Calm Before”, Daryl leaving the tower to combat the Whisperers in the season ten finale, “A Certain Doom”, and Rick being reunited with Daryl after his incarceration by Negan in season seven’s midseason finale, “Hearts Still Beating”.