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Published: Thu, March 23, 2017
Entertainment | By Alexander Flowers

How Walking Dead History Made Daryl and Maggie's Moment Even More Heartbreaking

How Walking Dead History Made Daryl and Maggie's Moment Even More Heartbreaking

AMC also released some photos from next week's episode, giving us a clue what happened to Sasha after storming the Sanctuary. The last episode of season 6 introduced Negan, who then killed one of the show's regulars. And in this episode, Sonequa did a whole lot with not a lot considering this was really an episode that was about Rosita finally spilling what her real problem has been all season. At some point off-page, Negan kills Holly, and returns her to the Alexandrians with a bag over her head. Directed by Michael Satrazemis, "The Other Side" sees the story split off into groups of two who are moving forward with their agendas. "It would be appropriate for it to be the end for anyone right now because this is the biggest fight we've ever had". Sasha tries to reach Rosita emotionally but Rosita walls up and keeps her at bay: "I'm not here to get to know you". Her compatriots Abraham and Eugene got ample screen time so we could get to know them, but Rosita had about as many lines as the late, lamented T-Dogg, and less of a personality. Daryl is so wracked with guilt he can't even look at Maggie, even when the two of them are forced to hide from the Saviors in the Hilltop mansion's basement. We learned a little bit more about her relationship with Abraham. This way she won't have to suffer because Negan will kill her.

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What if Eugene slips Sasha the pills? They're both tremendous actors and portray these characters with such power and grace; their energy is definitely felt on set. The problem here was that the impatience is just a bit too much - they could have easily waited for another long shot on Negan - but it was a necessary contrivance to get them along to this episode's biggest twist: Eugene. "It's about setting up this giant, epic tale to come, not only in Season 8, but beyond". I have to be honest... part of me loves the sweet badass Sasha stepping in front of the moving freight train known as Rosita. She tells Rosita that she's too important and Alexandria needs her. Rick is confident as he will see his group and many others band together with the common goal of taking down Negan.

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This is how I want Rick to die. Nothing really happens, but we get to see the inside (not literally, well actually, yeah, sometimes literally) of a character, and find out what makes them tick, and 3. Coming together for the same objective is a great thing! Negan-Negan. Not Eugene-Negan. Man, I hope they can differentiate. And it's met with Maggie's statement that "Daryl is one of the good things in this world". That scene, to read, was so well written. "I'm here because I need your help", she says.

"He deserved to die", Daryl said. One of the deeper themes of the zombie apocalypse is the second chance to live better and have a better society.

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