• Would be interesting if TV-Maggie is filled with so much hate that it'd be her own undoing. Not saying that Rick should directly kill her, but the two get in a struggle and she gets fataly injured in the moment.

    Another interesting part could be that Maggie cannot connect with her child properly. Some parents with traumatic experiences have difficulties with their children.

    Just some random ideas, but this show definetly will could some actually complex stories and character-development.

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    • I would agree on you. The way she is saying seems too villainous from her. Daryl and Jesus don't make sense to me. I believe that Daryl is the hearing and if she does something stupid he tells Rick about her plotting. Daryl been a family to Rick since season 1 and knew each other since the apocalypse. But Maggie needs to realize that Negan will reformed and become good, and this is Carl dream. Like in the comics he feels guilty what he did to Glenn, and he wanted to be dead. I hope not she doesn't go after Rick, Michonne, and Negan. Because if she does, I will never trust her.

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    • Anime Fan Girl and Loves Gohan wrote:
      I would agree on you. The way she is saying seems too villainous from her. Daryl and Jesus don't make sense to me. I believe that Daryl is the hearing and if she does something stupid he tells Rick about her plotting. Daryl been a family to Rick since season 1 and knew each other since the apocalypse. But Maggie needs to realize that Negan will reformed and become good, and this is Carl dream. Like in the comics he feels guilty what he did to Glenn, and he wanted to be dead. I hope not she doesn't go after Rick, Michonne, and Negan. Because if she does, I will never trust her.

      Actually I'm not a fan of Maggie's comic arc in the comics. The fact that Negan gets to live and that she finds a new lover seems like a douple dump of crap on Glenn's memory.  I'd rather see Maggie die than that happen. One of those things, but both?

      Maggie accepting Negan as reformed would be an insult to Glenn. So she has every right to kill him, and Rick really doesn't have any right to hold her back from it. Because of him, she has to wake up every morning for the rest of her life without the love of her life and raise a child without it's father. Both Lori and Carl died partially because of their own choices, so Rick cannot.

      So in other words, I don't think Maggie should really be able to live in a world where Negan can be good and reformed, since it would be wrong to Glenn. So one of them has to die.

      I love Maggie, but am rooting for her to die, since I mainly hope the actress would work some other show where she can shine better as an actress. Keepign thumbs up for Whiskey Cavalier.

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    • I think you're right, I just don't want you to be right because that means Rick may have to kill Maggie and vice versa.

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    • IblisTheEternalSunGod wrote:
      I think you're right, I just don't want you to be right because that means Rick may have to kill Maggie and vice versa.

      I actually am for Maggie dying. I'm not really a fan of her plot post-war. She really serves no purpose after giving birth to baby-Herhsel and making the Hilltopa better place. In all honesty she could join her family and Glenn after achieving that.

      In my eyes there shouldn't be world in which Negan and Maggie could coexist, one has to go.

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