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Walking Dead Season 7, Episode 7 Recap | Sing Me a Song


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The Walking Dead Season 7, Episode 7 Recap | Sing Me a Song

Rob Cesternino (@RobCesternino) and Alex Kidwell (@AlexKidwell) answer questions from the Post Show Recaps listeners about Season 7, Episode 7 of The Walking Dead, “Sing Me a Song.”

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  • Morty

    Drat, Coral survived the episode.

    • TrentC

      That ol police hat of his is becoming a bit of an eyesore..


  • Riley Wigmore

    Is it just me or was that the best episode of the season? Not a high bar or anything, but we actually checked in with most characters, and the Negan and Carl scenes added some depth to Negan’s character.

  • sunny

    oh my god maddddening! you stow away to go kill the guy, have your shot with an automatic weapon and don’t do it?? just mow him down!

    • TrentC

      Maybe Carl tried…you saw the dartboard last week?

      They did make a bit of a point about him hesitating. If Carl falls for Negan’s beers ‘n bimbos crap Rick won’t be happy.

      • sunny

        if he’d had a handgun, for sure that would have made sense. with that rambo style machine gun (right?) though, it’s just nuts that he didn’t get him.I know I shouldn’t be bothered by realism in a show about zombies lol. And also, I know no one wants negan killed yet or to go out like that so I know it wouldn’t have been good for the story. Just annoying the way it was set up.

        This is the first season where I’ve been constantly wanting to know how the show is matching the comic.

        • TrentC

          I felt the same way. Carl makes the effort to hide and then gun down a handful of guys, pretty much assuring he’s going to become a target himself…and then he sees the guy who has killed Glenn and Abraham and made a mockery of his father. And he doesn’t take the shot. Carl said himself to Negan he expects to be killed, so it did seem strange he didn’t take out Negan when the chance was there.

  • Beefcake


    Is anyone else rooting for Negan? #KillCarl

  • Ben King

    I’m thinking the Negan/Carl storyline is less of a Mr. Belding situation and more THE PLOT OF THE MOVIE HOOK!

  • sunny

    also, re: darrell seemingly being the only one to notice jesus on top of the truck: darrell and carl’s hair has always annoyed me with how it’s always in their face (carl’s even before he was hiding his eye-hole) so no way did darrell have peripheral vision to see jesus XD


    I FFwd the Carl parts.
    Did I miss anything?

  • TDThr3e

    Maybe it was just me, but I thought that the dead hunter in the deer stand Spencer found was the guy that owned the land that Rick and Aaron found?

    • TrentC

      I thought the same as Rob. It was quite the coincidence that the exact spot that father Gabriel gets out of the car, is the place where Spencer finds the deer hunter guy. It was like he knew the guy was up there.

      I believe the houseboat guy who wrote the signs (Leslie Stanton?) is miles away from where Spencer is right now.

  • SirSquiddington

    If they were allowed to do a Beatles Song, it would have to be “Hey Judith”

  • Craig

    Rob I must say, the best part of this season has been your Negan impression. When it starts up with “Ho ho!” I crack up every time.

    With this episode I have to ask. Was there any need for that Darryl episode? I mean everything that they talked about there was pretty much talked about in this episode.

    When Jesus was destroying all the stuff, how does that work? He knows that they must be counting the inventory, they know something going to be up.

    So Carl takes that AK 47, has Negan right in his sights and doesn’t fire for no reason. Just wanted to type that out to see if it made any sense. It doesn’t.

    Hardwick must have started prepping at 7:00. That must be why he thought Carl was so brave. He just completely ignored the last 30 minutes.

    When Negan asks Carl to sing him a song with Lucille there, it’s obvious the tune he should sing is “Take Me Out to the Ball Game”. That or the baseball call in the middle of Meat Loaf’s “Heaven on the Dashboard Light”.

    The sand out in this episode was the humour. The part I liked the most was when Negan asked Joey if he touched Lucille’s pussy (which seriously, that makes it past the sensors, but an F-bomb is off limits?) and just breaks and says “I’m just kidding Joey! A bat doesn’t have a pussy!” I just like it that finally we get a comment from Negan about the ridiculous stuff he says. Even he thinks it’s over the top. I also liked when he was asking what the door to Judith’s room was, Carl says it’s a water closet, and Negan just responds with something like “Boy don’t play with me and just open the door.”