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Walking Dead Season 7, Episode 11 Recap | Hostiles and Calamities

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The Walking Dead Season 7, Episode 11 Recap: Hostiles and Calamities

Rob Cesternino (@RobCesternino), Josh Wigler and Alex Kidwell are back in action to recap the midseason premiere of “The Walking Dead”.  Following the Season 7, Episode 11 episode, “Hostiles and Calamities”, Rob, Josh and Alex discuss the latest episode and reactions from twitter.

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  • Matthew Murphy

    So is Dwight still Assistant Neganal Manager? Doesn’t look like a great title when spelled out.

    • Andiamo

      Assistant to the Neganal Manager, more likely. These Dwights never change.

      • Matthew Murphy

        Finally, I was waiting for that response. Also Shrute Farm would probably last a long time in the Walkng Dead world, less dumb than the garbage people too.

        • Andiamo

          Absolutely, the Shrute’s were born for this. Also Post Apocalypse Dwight would be the perfect cross between Negan and Eugene. A dictator who can make bullets from beets.

          • Matthew Murphy

            True dat. Dwight from TWD actually reminds me a lot of Garett appearance wise. (The UK Dwight)

          • Andiamo

            Ha. They really do look alike, minus Garett’s flow-bee bowl cut. Also, Gregory is easily the Michael Scott of community leaders. I think we’re onto something here… 😉

          • Matthew Murphy

            Not to mention Rick and Father Gabriel used to have a Michael/Toby relationship, granted that seems to have improved lately.

  • Dominic Lewis

    The smelting idea came from the metal head walker at the machinery where Eugene was gonna make bullets; when Eugene pulled the ‘you have outlasted your worth to me’ card on Abraham.

  • James Griffin

    This is my favorite episode of the season, so far. Nice story writing, in my opinion.

  • realtrinilostgirl2007

    No the one that killed Olivia was Camile.

  • Curtis Davis

    Chef Boy Ardee is the orangy sauce..lol

    • Anna

      I was thinking Spaghetti O’s is the orangey and chef boyardee is the red

      • Andiamo

        Get out! I always thought Spaghettios were in the Chef Boyardee family. I’m learning things today. And Google shows me that Spaghettios are way more orangey. You get the canned pasta prize.

  • Omega Kin

    We have certificates & Ids we essentially aren’t allowed to move around without, pretty much still property.

  • Spiralhelix

    YARS REVENGE! one of my favorite games on the Atari.

  • Andiamo

    Wasn’t Dwight’s wife seeing the doctor to see if she was pregnant? My theory is that’s why she finally decided to leave. She’s pregnant with Negan’s baby…. The series ends with a 20 yr. fast forward and Negan jr. fighting Judith and Maggie jr. for control of the world.

    • TrentC

      I was thinking about something a few months ago related to babies…it’s kind of a horrible thought.

      After six seasons, they seemed to make a point to say that Judith was Shane’s kid, not Rick’s. Maggie is pregnant right now.

      I don’t think The Walking Dead can have two infants living simultaneously within Rick’s group. So that means one of them will have to go (?).

      Did Judith just get greenlit because she not truly a spawn of Rick? Or will Maggie somehow lose her baby? It’s the last remnant of Glenn…

      I can’t see a scenario where they have a two year old child as well as another newborn. A plot twist like that is too fantastic.

      • Andiamo

        When they were roaming around in the woods with Judith, I thought it was ridiculous that she survived. But now that they have communities and homes and nannies and cobbler (and they’re even building a UN of sorts), I don’t see why an extra infant or two would be such a liability. At least it doesn’t seem as improbable as it did before.

        • TrentC

          You may be right with The Walking Dead Daycare. I just see Rick’s group more as travelers, fighters and adventurers, and having one small child is already a liability.

          They must have removed Judith’s vocal cords when they were on the road for over a year previous to arriving at Alexandria.

          re: Maggie’s potential baby. It almost seems like too much unless as you say, they keep a secure home base with baby resources.

  • Wesley”Walker”

    Rob, just catching up with podcasts… Can you explain why you are not on “game changers”…. I would probably have you ranked 2 or maybe 3 on that list….

  • Wesley”Walker”

    Are we ever going to get a backstory on Negan? That could be awesome

    • TrentC

      He was a former internet podcaster, doing interviews with various Reality TV stars. By all accounts he was funny and kind man before the apocalypse …

      • Wesley”Walker”

        Yeah, I heard he used to be known as the Negan that sucked, until he finally was able to kill Boston Negan with whom he once had a man crush on…

        • TrentC

          Comin to you liiiive! From my abandoned factory. It’s Negan has a podcast. Now here’s the guy who always turns right on Easy Street…Negan Cesternino!

  • J-me not Hi-me

    Whelp, my heart is broken.

    • J-me not Hi-me

      I mean, I hope y’all are right and Eugene is going for the long con, but I feel like we just watched him break bad.

      • TrentC

        I believe Eugene is just in full-on survival mode. He made and then kept the two poison pills. I don’t think he would of made them if he wasn’t planning on using them in the future.

        • J-me not Hi-me

          Chekhov’s poison. 🙂

          • TrentC

            Yeah it’s the one line that has me convinced when Eugene says to the girls that if Negan ever found out who was behind the attempt, he’d suffer. Yet he still made the pills.

  • Matthew Murphy

    Can we get Lil Jon to play Ezekiel’s son next season?