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Walking Dead: Season 7, Episode 4 Feedback Show | Service

The Walking Dead Season 7, Episode 4 Feedback: Service

The Walking Dead Season 7, Episode 4 Feedback: Service

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  • Corey Shaw

    http://comicbook.com/thewalkingdead/2016/11/15/the-walking-dead-daryls-morse-code-message-to-rick-decoded/?pcn apparently hes telling rick they are 6 miles from the hilltop… not sure

    • J-me not Hi-me

      I love this theory. Even if it’s not true though, Daryl didn’t strike me as broken, just keeping his mouth shut and head down so as not to get anyone else killed.

  • Katrice Howard

    Sasha took Maggie to the hilltop and Tara was on the previews before this season started. Looked like she was hiding behind a fallen tree from some walkers. The character who plays Heathis in a new movie coming out soon so… who knows if he’s coming back.

  • Steve Davis

    I asked about the morse code and the radio! You guys didn’t even talk about the latter part. I didn’t even notice the blinking!

  • Lance Davis
  • Matthew Murphy

    The morse code theory isn’t any more far out than the dumpster but that doesn’t make it a good idea.

  • Joseph Campbell

    There is a clip of Daryl blinking in a weird way. Don’t know enough about Morse code but supposedly Daryl might have given a general idea of where Negan’s camp is located.

    • TrentC

      Yes I thought of this too. I’m sure Rick doesn’t know where Negan’s main headquarters is located.

  • BearMustaine

    The Talking Dead needs a lot of help…It’s hard to watch most of the time..so much succ and cringe..I blame the host, new blood is needed for sure.

  • TrentC

    I’m in on the Morse code thing. That huge poster has been the backdrop of at least two important scenes. Why have it the focus in the living room of a house? Rick could have blinked – Maggie ok – and Daryl could have blinked the location to Negan’s main headquarters?

    Also Rick is playing the long game. He’s adjusted the gun inventory sheets, buried some weapons in Maggie’s grave and is telling everyone else not to rock the boat, so his plan isn’t spoiled. Maggie is healing and will be the number one spy later, since Negan believes she’s dead. Rick gave Negan the off the books sniper rifle as a way of convincing Negan that’s he’s cooperating and is afraid.

    There is no way that Rick could witness the deaths of his two friends and then fall into the system of giving half of everything to a guy like Negan. There will be a scene, perhaps in the next season, where Rick gets Lucille from Negan and we’ll see him walking away from Negan’s corpse, the bat will be dripping blood.

    Or Rick dies and Spencer is the new leader of Alexandria :)

  • Craig

    I’m kind of surprised with the hate towards Spencer because I actually understand why he hid the food and why he hates Rick. I think you both hate Spencer because you are looking at the situation through the mindset of Rick Grimes, the character we have followed since the beginning. Rick was brought in by Spencer’s mother under the guides that he was going to tell the Alexandrians what life is really like, and that by trusting him he will lead them to success, but since that happened, Spencer’s entire family has died brutal deaths, Rick let a rock quarry full of walkers loose that led to the town being overran (he said that the walkers were going to break out sooner or later, but we have no way of knowing how bad it was going to be), and has essentially forced them all into slavery because he attacked before doing proper intel. Spencer has trust issues, and when a man like Rick comes into town, promises things and then fails, Spencer has a problem with that. I don’t think that taking the food was necessarily right, but I don’t think it is unjustifiable.

    I too am getting a little tired of Negan. Every line has to be delivered with such a heavy layer of shtick that it makes him less of a real person. They have got to calm this character down or at least give him some adversity to show some real emotion out of him, or else this just isn’t going to work.

    I also noticed the Morse Code thing on the wall, but I will be upset if they did this without explanation. A flashback will not do as it will just seem like they threw it in later because they wrote themselves into a corner.

    I’ll end this by saying, I’m glad we got to see Aaron’s boyfriend in this episode. He hasn’t been seen for so long I was starting to wonder if he had died off screen or at some other point and I was just forgetting.

  • Natrone Beans

    I locked myself in my room listening to Yankee doodle dandy and eating ring dings and staring at a picture of Dan Foley. 2 hours in, my cat found me in the fetal position. Deep heavy sobs. So Daryl’s story checks out.