The Walking Dead Awards: War from the Saviors begins
Every week, we comb with the guts from the Walking Dead, similar to a horde of hungry walkers, to create the episode’s best moments, surprises, along with other publish-apocalyptic curiosities. Now: Jesus saves, badass Gabe, and just what on the planet was Morgan welding? (Our cash is on the cage.)
Season 6, Episode 12: “Not Tomorrow Yet”
Worst cookie: How will you create a cookie from acorns and beets? If anybody knows, you can give to us a recipe we’d prefer to determine if this type of factor could really be tasty.
Most from left field: We all know days have passed because the First Master Fight of Alexandria, but we still didn’t expect Carol to locate a love interest.
Reality check: We’ve spent six seasons watching the gang take lower walkers dressed in lacy nightgowns. But these days, does anybody really put on these?
Mission accomplished: The Ricktatorship appears to possess fallen within the last two several weeks, substituted with the Representative Rickocracy. Truly, the audience was welcomed as liberators.
Most introspective: Carol is clearly wrestling together with her brutal past. She tallied the amount of people she’d wiped out. She used to smoke. She requested Tobin how she could do such hideous things and acted very protective of mother-to-be Maggie. Sadly, though, each time a TWD character turns self-reflective, it always means the finish is nigh.
Worst breakup: We understood that Abraham and Rosita would implode after last week’s lingering shot around the forgotten necklace, but we didn’t think they’d day this type of cruel bang. Good factor Eugene was immediately to get the slack. In the end, Virginia is perfect for enthusiasts.
Heaviest sleepers: We fight to think that within the zombie apocalypse, one could sleep so soundly that he’d miss folks walking right outdoors his bed room, the doorway opening and spilling see how to avoid, and someone standing over him having a knife. But it happened three occasions.
Best picture: The folks in individuals Polaroids that Glenn based in the Saviors’ camp really appear like victims of Lucille bashings. This show continues to be beating Glenn’s maybe-forthcoming dying in to the ground greater than . . . Glenn’s mind. But despite each one of these signs, let’s say they’re really likely to pull the rug from under us?
Worst ornament: Sorry, Abraham, you cannot accomplish that bandanna.
Longest ten seconds: Did other people possess a minor anxiety attack after Heath and Glenn fired 10,000 bullets into that door? I was afraid they’d wiped out one that belongs to them, before the door finally opened up and revealed they’d taken lower only Saviors.
Breaking Bad: That sure appeared as if weed growing within the Savior house.
Best line: “The Saviors, they’re frightening, however this prick’s got nothing for you.Inches -Andy to Ron
Best kill: When Daryl required the first guard in the Saviors’ compound. It had been so stealthy it made us jump even if we understood it had been coming. Bravo.
Most annoying image: Carol putting a cookie on Sam’s grave. We all know it had been designed to show remorse for that things she’s done previously, but all it made us consider was how terrifying her actions happen to be. We accept Tobin. Carol, you’re frightening.
Episode MVP: Glenn, for sparing Heath the discomfort of getting to kill in cold bloodstream. It was not a simple decision to create, but we’re glad to determine Glenn still cement his role like a group protector.
And when again, where exactly does Ron fall now around the calm/crazy scale?
Illustration by Matt Walljasper Photographs thanks to AMC