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Ron Hogan Mar 27, 2017
The characterisation feels a little off in the penultimate episode of The Walking Dead season 7. Spoilers ahead...
This review contains spoilers.
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7.15 Something They Need
Is it a step forward for The Walking Dead when the creative crew don't stretch out a cliffhanger and opt for a simple resolution? When Sasha ran firing into the Saviors compound, I had assumed that it would be a week or longer before we found out what happened to her. Fortunately, that's not the case. Last episode, Sasha ran off; this episode, Sasha wakes up in one of the Savior compound's many windowless closets. Thankfully, it's not as »
Spoiler alert: Do not read until you’ve watched the penultimate episode of season 7 of “The Walking Dead,” titled “Something They Need.”
If there’s one place where “The Walking Dead” consistently delivers, it’s raids. Rick and co. are so damn good at running up into other settlements and taking what they want, as much a testament to their apocalyptic skills as the show’s directors. In this case, the credit goes to Michael Slovis, who previously directed the infamous “Thank You” episode and worked as cinematographer on the unimpeachable “Breaking Bad.”
But before we get into the great action of “Something They Need,” let’s take a step back and recap what’s going on in the rest of this crazy world. Sasha, unsurprisingly, has gone and gotten herself captured by the Saviors. Some creep named David visits her cell and immediately starts throwing out rape vibes when she asks for water. It »
- Ian Servantes
Let's begin with the ending, both of this latest The Walking Dead and the one before it. As it turns out, that Daryl-shaped figure who showed up in the closing seconds of last week's installment was in fact the show's other scraggly-haired, crossbow-wielding badass: Dwight. And in the final minutes of this week's episode – "Something They Need" – Rosita reveals that Negan's reluctant lieutenant saved her from the shootout at the Sanctuary at some point after the closing credits. He then apparently volunteered to be imprisoned in Alexandria, just to prove »
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