The Walking Dead

Aired: Mar 19, 2017 , Sunday at 21:00 on amc

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Episode Summary: The Saviors visit the Hilltop unexpectedly, surprising everyone with plans of taking more than supplies.
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Sasha and Rosita Run into Trouble on Their Mission

In the 14th episode of The Walking Dead season 7, titled "The Other Side," Sasha and Rosita continue with their plan to go after Negan on their own, and it gives them a chance to bond over their shared loss. Meanwhile, the Saviors arrive at the Hilltop looking for someone, Daryl and Maggie have an emotional discussion about Glenn, and Sasha makes a surprising decision.Things are Going Down at the HilltopThe episode begins with an extended, dialogue-free sequence giving us a look at lif... more

The Other Side

The introduction of the Hilltop on The Walking Dead Season 6 Episode 11 opened the doors to a variety of possibilities, especially delving into various new communities. And while Jesus was a fantastic addition to the series, I’ve found myself enjoying the stories taking place within the Hilltop less and less. Sure, there have been some solid moments, and seeing Rick reunite with Daryl on The Walking Dead Season 7 Episode 8 at the Hilltop is a great example. But those t... more



Should Tara Feel Bad on 'The Walking Dead'?

Tara wrestled for a while with whether she should tell Rick about Oceanside on The Walking Dead. She even had a heart to heart with Judith before she let him know about the group, despite her promise to keep it a secret. However, in "Something They Need," when Rick asks if Tara feels bad about taking Oceanside's weapons, she says no. But should she feel bad? I think she should feel a little bit bad. Oceanside Took Care of Her The women of Oceanside not only spared Tara's life, but they saved her too. ... more

Why the War on Negan on 'The Walking Dead' Should Have Started Already

All shows do it, drag storylines out. The Walking Dead has been doing it since season 2 with the farm, and then later with the prison. And now, the war on Negan is getting dragged out. I'm sure most Walking Dead fans, whether they've read the novels or not, want the war to start already. While "The Other Side" did show us some good plot points, I felt it was a bit of a filler episode to delay what should be an epic battle. It's Okay to Speed up Time... more

Is the Foreshadowing in 'The Walking Dead' Too Obvious?

I know that a lot of The Walking Dead fans have read the graphic novels, so a lot of fans know what's coming before it happens. However, recently, The Walking Dead has been doing a lot of foreshadowing before the deaths of major characters. I noticed it with Abraham, and more recently in "Bury Me Here" with Benjamin and Richard. But is this really good for the show? Isn't It Obvious? All shows do it, but is it necessary? In a time when fans are looking for shock value, I hate to see one of my... more


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