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Walking Dead Season 7, Episode 12 Feedback Show | Say Yes

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The Walking Dead Season 7, Episode 12 Recap: Say Yes

Rob Cesternino (@RobCesternino) and Josh Wigler (@RoundHoward) are back to answer your Walking Dead feedback about episode 12 of season seven, “Say Yes”.

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  • J-me not Hi-me

    I am now team Darryl/Aaron. Daarron?

    • TrentC

      No way.

      Team Daryl and Carol forever. Caryl.

    • Andiamo

      I would like to throw my ship in the race for team Aaron/Jesus.

      Jaaron? Aamb of God?

      • TrentC

        Arus. He’s a survivor, but not that Survivor.

        • Andiamo

          Nice. If Sir Richard and Maggie get together, Arus can work with Sirie.

          • TrentC

            Well done. If Shane comes back from the dead we can have…Shane… in the alliance.

            *really reaching for that Casaya connection.

          • Andiamo

            Lol. Shane’s not dead. He’s just been on Redemption Island.

  • XmanIce

    Wiggler was rambling a bit too much on this podcast. And I do not ship Richone. They don’t have any chemistry and it their “relationship” seems so random. Glen and Maggie was believable, but Rich & Michonne is just forced.

  • TrentC

    Speculating…when Negan dies, who kills him? Method?

    Crossing the streams here. Lucille appeared on both Supernatural and The Big Bang Theory this week. Not sure if I like that. It kinda lessens the seriousness of an iconic weapon.

    • Lance Davis

      Just a guess here, but I don’t think the show will kill off Negan initially. I believe that sometime down the road here (probably in Season 12 or 13–just kidding), Negan will get injured in the impending skirmish with Rick & Company & somehow gets himself captured. Last season, the show made a point to show Morgan building that jail cell inside of Alexandria (in which there has been no prisoners kept in there to date), & I believe that is where Negan will eventually end up. Kept alive, but a prisoner of Rick’s at Alexandria. Morgan already proposed that idea during the gang’s meeting with King Eziekiel at The Kingdom, and if I remember correctly, earlier in the season Negan had a line of dialogue where he said something along the lines of him being able to live at Alexandria all the time because he really dug the community they had set up there (I’m paraphrasing here), & this would be a poetic way of doing that. He will be able to become a full-time resident in Alexandria, but only as a prisoner in that jail cell under Rick’s thumb eventually. Ultimately, I think Rick will keep Negan alive to prove a point to the other communities that he is aligning with now, to show his leadership reign is the exact opposite of the savagery that Negan’s & The Saviors control represents.

  • yukonr

    the title for the episode was from when Rick and the leader of the garbage people where making the “more guns, we keep10/20 guns and the cat” deal where Rick tells her to “say yes” to the deal

    didn’t Maggie and Glen get married at the prison? and spent their honeymoon in one of the security towers