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I was pretty torn. I loved that Rosita finally got some REAL character development, but I'm upset that it had to come at Sasha's expense. But I've already ranted on my reasons why I think it's unfair for them to kill Sasha off like they're most likely going to, so I'll digress. I was initially upset at Eugene for going back to bitch mode, but I'll reserve judgment for now on hopes that he's planning something really intricate against the Saviors. He did make those pills after all, SOMEONE's gonna take them. 
 
I was pretty torn. I loved that Rosita finally got some REAL character development, but I'm upset that it had to come at Sasha's expense. But I've already ranted on my reasons why I think it's unfair for them to kill Sasha off like they're most likely going to, so I'll digress. I was initially upset at Eugene for going back to bitch mode, but I'll reserve judgment for now on hopes that he's planning something really intricate against the Saviors. He did make those pills after all, SOMEONE's gonna take them. 
   
Overall I'm ridiculously hyped for these last two episodes of the season. I agree that it doesn't make sense for that dark figure to be Daryl, and I would love to see how Rosita and Dwight's relationship is gonna go from here. They had a few sour interactions at the beginning of the season, I always love seeing two people that hate each other being forced to work together. If Dwight is gonna go to the light side of the force however, I find it interesting that they didn't hint on Dwight's knowledge of the other communities AT ALL. They never captured Dwight like they did in the comics, and Dwight hasn't been present in any of the scenarios were the Alexandrians were making plans. So if they're going that route with his character, they're gonna have to some more setup work to make it believable that he's truly on the Alexandrians side. We've definitely been made to believe he's not fully with Negan, but there's no been no setup of him actually making plans to act on that. 
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Overall I'm ridiculously hyped for these last two episodes of the season. I agree that it doesn't make sense for that dark figure to be Daryl, and I would love to see how Rosita and Dwight's relationship is gonna go from here. They had a few sour interactions at the beginning of the season, I always love seeing two people that hate each other being forced to work together. If Dwight is gonna go to the light side of the force however, I find it interesting that they didn't hint on Dwight's knowledge of the other communities AT ALL. They never captured Dwight like they did in the comics, and Dwight hasn't been present in any of the scenarios were the Alexandrians were making plans. So if they're going that route with his character, they're gonna have to do some more setup work to make it believable that he's truly on the Alexandrians side. We've definitely been made to believe he's not fully with Negan, but there's no been no setup of him actually making plans to act on that. 

Latest revision as of 15:48, March 21, 2017

I was pretty torn. I loved that Rosita finally got some REAL character development, but I'm upset that it had to come at Sasha's expense. But I've already ranted on my reasons why I think it's unfair for them to kill Sasha off like they're most likely going to, so I'll digress. I was initially upset at Eugene for going back to bitch mode, but I'll reserve judgment for now on hopes that he's planning something really intricate against the Saviors. He did make those pills after all, SOMEONE's gonna take them. 

Overall I'm ridiculously hyped for these last two episodes of the season. I agree that it doesn't make sense for that dark figure to be Daryl, and I would love to see how Rosita and Dwight's relationship is gonna go from here. They had a few sour interactions at the beginning of the season, I always love seeing two people that hate each other being forced to work together. If Dwight is gonna go to the light side of the force however, I find it interesting that they didn't hint on Dwight's knowledge of the other communities AT ALL. They never captured Dwight like they did in the comics, and Dwight hasn't been present in any of the scenarios were the Alexandrians were making plans. So if they're going that route with his character, they're gonna have to do some more setup work to make it believable that he's truly on the Alexandrians side. We've definitely been made to believe he's not fully with Negan, but there's no been no setup of him actually making plans to act on that. 

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