The Walking Dead season 11, episode 22
6) While it’s obviously a lie, how, exactly, does Pamela think she could explain or justify her theory that Eugene “altered” the tape of Sebastian’s voice? With all the massive deepfake technology that Eugene had at his disposal (Something that wouldn’t have really become a thing until after the outbreak)? I honestly can’t even remember seeing a single computer being used in the series thus far, so again, how would Eugene have done it? Utter NONSENSE.
7) That said, by making that absurd claim, Pamela did successfully duck Yumiko’s question about the validity of the lottery. She is good at what she does.
8) This episode gets its name from a few things, but if we’re looking for a specific quote, it comes from Ezekiel saying to Tyler Davis while in the mess hall (Actually, Gabriel’s rebuilt church) “We only got each other, man. If we lose faith in that, the idea that we can change this if we want to…we’re as good as dead, anyway.”
9) During his speech in his own defense, Eugene says, “Some time ago, I fell in with a posse who thrived on doing some downright unseemly acts on the reg, and I looked the other way. I placed value on order and safety above all other things. But I soon realized that while I wasn’t the one swinging the bat, I nevertheless had blood on my hands. I knew what was happening. My inaction made me culpable, and I hated myself for that.” This is a reference to him accepting a position within the Saviors after initially being kidnapped by them in the season seven midseason finale, “Hearts Still Beating”, even referencing (Without naming) Negan when he speaks of “the one swinging the bat”. Furthermore, his statement of the ability of one person to change the world is a reference to his own decision to follow Father Gabriel’s lead and tamper with the Saviors’ ammunition leading up to their final battle with Rick’s army in the season eight finale, “Wrath”.