The Walking Dead (2010– )
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Maggie and Sasha recover from their grief at the Hilltop. Meanwhile, Carl and Enid journey to the community, as the Saviors arrive to get their tribute.


Darnell Martin


Frank Darabont (developed by), Robert Kirkman (based on the series of graphic novels by) | 3 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Andrew Lincoln ... Rick Grimes
Norman Reedus ... Daryl Dixon (credit only)
Lauren Cohan ... Maggie Greene
Chandler Riggs ... Carl Grimes
Danai Gurira ... Michonne
Melissa McBride ... Carol Peletier (credit only)
Lennie James ... Morgan Jones (credit only)
Sonequa Martin-Green ... Sasha Williams
Alanna Masterson ... Tara Chambler (credit only)
Josh McDermitt ... Dr. Eugene Porter (credit only)
Christian Serratos ... Rosita Espinosa (credit only)
Jeffrey Dean Morgan ... Negan (credit only)
Seth Gilliam ... Father Gabriel Stokes (credit only)
Ross Marquand ... Aaron
Austin Nichols ... Spencer Monroe (credit only)


SPOILER: Rick leaves Alexandria to scavenge for Negan and the Saviors. Meanwhile Maggie is recovered by Dr. Carson that asks her to stay with Sasha in Hilltop to rest and be monitored by him. However Gregory protests and asks them to leave the compound on the next morning despite the protests of Jesus. During the night, the Saviors open the gates of Hilltop and leave a locked car with a high volume music to attract the walkers and Sacha, Maggie and Jesus save the residents. Enid decides to leave Alexandria to visit Maggie and she is followed by Carl that has a secret agenda. When they arrive at Hilltop, the Saviors are looting the place. What will Carl do? Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Release Date:

20 November 2016 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Douglasville, Georgia, USA

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Dolby Digital


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Did You Know?


When Maggie (Lauren Cohan) tells Gregory (Xander Berkeley) to remember her name, she says 'Maggie Rhee' instead of 'Maggie Greene'. She has taken Glenn's (Steven Yeun) last name from their union. See more »


Carl and Enid are able to casually roller skate {ridiculous in itself given the likely hood of encountering walkers or the living} from Alexandria to Hilltop is less time that it was earlier said to drive there (a day). See more »


Featured in Talking Dead: Service (2016) See more »


Symphony No. 9, 2nd Movement
Composed by Ludwig van Beethoven
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Rehash of Last Week
20 November 2016 | by ThomasDrufkeSee all my reviews

Every episode this season has had its own identity and approach, and that's helped keep this season fresh and one of the best so far. 'Go Getters' certainly had a different identity than the past few weeks, but unfortunately it was the first episode this season that felt filler.

It's been 4 episodes since we last saw Sasha and Maggie, so it's long overdue. It's also way past time we have seen the Hilltop community, and their annoyingly ignorant leader, Gregory. I'm happy Jesus was there to brighten up these scenes, because I just can't stand Gregory and his approach to this apocalyptic world. I didn't expect Maggie to do anything but shut him down, and I'm glad to see her start to make progress towards her inevitable leadership role at Hilltop.

We also had a legit zombie conflict at Hilltop when the Saviors send a small herd in for good fun. This gave Jesus, Sasha, and even Maggie a chance for some solid zombie kills. Can you get any better than pregnant Maggie driving a tractor over zombies? With that said, once Simon came along and interrupted the party the episode came to a complete halt. I never once believed that he was going to find Maggie and Sasha, so those scenes just felt useless to me. We've already watched Negan do the same exact thing last week to Alexandria, was there a need to have Simon do it too? Plus, if you're going to have someone from Negan's crew come in spitting dialogue right out of Negan's vocabulary, why not just have Negan himself do it?

I guess the defense here would be that we needed to see members of Negan's crew doing something horrible without him, so that we believe they won't turn on him when the time comes. There wasn't a ton else going on besides Carl and Enid's rollerblading date to Hilltop. I can't say I care at all about this storyline, but at least Carl going to The Sanctuary with Jesus sounds intriguing, right? I enjoyed the closure we got from Sasha & Maggie, and the steps she's taking to become the leader. But there wasn't a ton else this episode had going for it.

+Maggie staying strong

+Jesus & Carl potential

-re-hash of last week's visit from Saviors

-Uneventful for the most part


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