The recent The Walking Dead episode hints at a death - or a couple of deaths - that fans already knew was coming. Additionally, the episodes pave the way for the "All Out War."
First things first, Rosita and/or Sasha's death has been speculated for quite some time now. Every since Abraham's gruesome death in the controversial episode "The Day Will Come When You Won't Be", fans already knew either one of his lovers will soon face their demise.
First, the death hints towards Sasha as she secretly plots her revenge on Negan. News Everyday theorized her character could be getting Holly's death from The Walking Dead comic series.
However, recent episodes show that Rosita could be the one getting cut off from the show. Especially with her making rushed and irresponsible decisions.
The Walking Dead season 7 episode 12 finally made it final and hinted that both women could be gone before the season ends. During the final moments of the episode, fans found out that Rosita pays Sasha a visit at the Hilltop to get her to kill Negan.
Both agreed on doing the deed, as long as Sasha takes the shot. There are two possible scenarios on how their plan will play out.
First, Sasha could go and get the shot, but she'll be killed, very much like what happened to Holly. Second, both women could get killed with this plan. Both scenarios are very much possible at this point, especially with Christian Serratos getting pregnant and Sonequa Martin-Green working on different projects.
It will be interesting to see what happens next for both of Abraham's past lovers. The Walking Dead season 7 episode 13 will also be titled "Bury Me Here". Could this be it for both characters?
On a different note, it will also be interesting to see what happens next for Rick and the rest of his group. It looks like Tara is finally ready to tell Rick about the Oceanside community seeing as they need the numbers and guns badly.
The Spoiling Dead Fans recently revealed that the Alexandrians will indeed pay a visit to the Oceanside this season. This will probably happen on The Walking Dead Season 7 Episode 15 titled "And Here We Are."
The synopsis for that episode reads: "A group of Alexandrians embarks on a journey; one member of the group must make a heartbreaking decision." If this is the case, then it is highly possible that the "All Out War" will finally start at the season 7 finale, "Do It Now."
The Walking Dead returns on Sunday, March 12 for a new episode. Keep checking back on Auto World News for more updates.