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The Walking Dead Season 7, Episode 10 Recap: New Best Friends

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  • Cindi Wigglesworth

    I am assuming Rick got a tetanus shot on the very first episode, when he was in the hospital. They are good for 10 years.

  • TrentC

    A bit of an analogy to support the dislike for this episode.

    Every Sunday night I make dinner and have y’all over. Some weeks the food is great, sometimes not so good. I have a number of main dishes that people seem to like or at least tolerate…Alexandria, The Saviors, The Hilltop and a tupperware container of Oceanside in the fridge, in case we get a strange craving later.

    Then last week I made a brand new large dish of food, when for the most part no one was really hungry or wanting something different. I called it The Scavengers. The ingredients were flat, the dish had no pizazz and comparatively, the extra food seemed completely unnecessary.

    The Scavengers seem like a blatant writing device. TWD either needs more people or the dump area itself, to support another upcoming idea in the show. To me, the people seemed non threatening, almost comical, and the Winslow scene came off as one of the calmest zombie encounters on the show.

    I agree with Josh. The producers should try new things to keep the show fresh and interesting. But when this entirely new civilization of people is introduced in the back half of an already full season of interesting groups of people, I can’t help but think of The Scavengers as a necessary plot device shoehorned into the story.

    There will always be Sunday night dinner, but guests still have the right to criticize the food if something tastes off.

    *future prediction – Everyone will want a shot at Negan and Chekhov’s tiger will end up killing him.

  • Megan

    Didn’t think this was a bad episode. But didn’t think it was super great either. So I guess I’m “meh” on this one.

  • Matthew Murphy

    Rob stop doing damage control you’re allowed to have an opinion, especially on the aptly named trash people. We listen for your opinion, don’t temper it for others.

  • Evan Geller

    Maybe a flashback episode of Negen would really help flesh out the character. Show him as a regular fun loving guy in pre apocalypse days. I realize walking dead doesn’t go full on “Lost” style. But, I think it would be worth it here. Show us his back story. Lots of gold there.

    • TrentC

      Yes in the back story make him a likable guy with a job at Walmart or baking muffins in a bakery. Only after the zombie apocalypse do his ‘management’ skills come into play.

      • Evan Geller

        I think I read somewhere that Kirkman said he was a drama teacher or a kids basketball coach. That would be brilliant.