wnol.info November 25 2017

Talking to the 'Walking Dead' EP & cast about that big cliffhanger

November 25 2017, 11:12 | Perry Erickson

How it's made The discussion paired the show's cast and creative team for a riveting talk

How it's made The discussion paired the show's cast and creative team for a riveting talk

Sasha and Rosita moved in on Negan, The Saviors came looking for Daryl and Eugene picked a side. We got an insight into a little bit of Rosita's history, and more importantly, what was going on under that rough, hardened exterior she flaunts so effortlessly.

I can't believe we only have two episodes left this season.

Yet, that is. Because as you well know if you tuned in, Sasha's fate is now hanging in the balance.

I don't think we need to mention Star Trek or any of those things [laughs].

Back at Hilltop, Gregory threatens to sic the Saviors on Jesus. It was only after that moment that Daryl and Maggie were able to reconcile their feelings about Beth, as they sat together keeping watch. Is the shadowy guy with the crossbow Daryl or Dwight? Overcome with guilt he cries and apologizes to her. That's easy to see, even if you are peering at a lens cap.

This week had a silent open that introduced us to life as we know it at Hilltop.

The necklace Sasha was wearing that Rosita gave Abraham was such a slap in the face for Rosita.

Rick's group will find out yet again that the world isn't what they thought it was. The two kick butt zombie apocalypse-surviving women finally teamed up in "The Other Side" to head to the Sanctuary and take down Negan, but in the end, Sasha made it so only she would go on alone.

'So, we're going through a desert somewhere and I jump off the bus. Do we remember a moment like that?

"The Walking Dead" fans are now anxiously waiting to see what's next for Jesus. The only hitch? Eugene, in his newfound position of power, refuses to be saved. And I love watching Rosita and Sasha interact. Her girlfriend Denise (Merritt Wever) was controversially killed off in what became part of a troubling TV trend a year ago; an unwelcome resurgence of the "Bury Your Gays" trope which came to a head with a profoundly controversial storyline on The CW's The 100.

Maggie is in a weird place right now, where Sasha wanted to protect her but yet is already integrated at the Hilltop - and that's part of what allows Sasha to leave. Le sigh. Why does it have to be Sasha?

But let's not think about that for now.

If she does die, that's pretty damn predictable, no? She could juggle both we suppose, but that's some awfully foreboding maths. So maybe, just maybe TWD will pivot this time. maybe Sasha won't die. And who does she decide to bring with her to do it? It is worth noting that there has been no major death in The Walking Dead Season 7 after Negan killed Abraham and Glenn. This time they're planning on taking more than just supplies. People are no longer surprised when they see a gay character on TV or a transgender one.

Before we get started, this definitely isn't going to happen.

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