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The Walking Dead Season 8, Ep #7 Recap | Time for After

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The Walking Dead Season 8, Episode 7 Recap of “Time for After”

Rob Cesternino and Jessica Liese recap Season 8, Episode 7 of “The Walking Dead”, “Time for After”.

  • Cal Haydos

    Best episode of season 8 yet

  • J-me not Hi-me

    Did…did a character just learn from past mistakes and decide not to repeat them? And was that character Rosita? Is this real life?

  • J-me not Hi-me

    WRT Eugene’s dialogue: totally agree that it’s gotten to be a bit much, though I did like the touch that even his list was written that way.

    I think they’ve gotten way the hell too cute with most people’s dialogue, honestly. There is the nonsense of the garbage people, of course, but shat was up with Dwight suddenly using Rick’s trick of speaking in a bunch of short phrases instead of actual sentences?

    Dwight: “This place…what it over.”

    Rick: “When I was out there… with them… when it was over… when I knew we had this place again…”

    • TrentC

      I normally enjoy the Eugenisms and look forward to them. But as the podcasters mention, sometimes too much is too much.

      Cant the guy just respond – Yes ____ I agree.

      • Andiamo

        He said a whole lot in a short time, but the one that made me sit up and say…huh? was when he said there was a Wilkes-Barre of walkers outside. What does that mean? I know Wilkes-Barre is a town in Pennsylvania, was he just saying there was a town size group of walkers? Why Wilkes-Barre? I’m still confused.

        • TrentC

          I missed that reference and interpreted those words as being something different. Yeah a quick google says that particular reference doesn’t apply to the conversation he was having.

          Color me puzzled.


    I should just stop watching this show.
    I’ve totally lost the thread on what Eugene is doing.
    I didn’t care last night.


    Who will die?

    Per plot:
    Morgan (write him off for time jump)

    Actors who seem disinterested in the show other than cashing a check:

  • Andiamo

    They were able to leave letters for each other to communicate about the war, so can’t somebody put a note outside the dump telling Rick the plans changed? They let their fearless leader risk his life to get the garbage people, then leave him hanging? WTF

    I still think Gabriel’s speech about a purposeful death has to come into play. I can’t see the show just killing him without having him get that.

    • TrentC

      TWD reminds me of Lost a little bit. Everyone going off on their own adventures to fulfill their own agenda, when really a little communication could have solved a ton of problems.

      I think Gabriel is going to get a public, very sad death, (possibly very cruel) and as you mention, there will be some worth to it.

      • Andiamo

        Yeah, I remember screaming at my TV when they did that on Lost too.

  • Matthew Murphy

    A dead cat (Sheeva) is above the Tara line. Hell, her death will probably less of a big deal than Beth’s. Tara has long overstayed her welcome.