The Walking Dead Season 7 Spoilers, Negative Reviews Keeps On Coming

Mar 20, 2017 04:47 PM EDT | Ileen Jasmine

The Walking Dead 7x14: Daryl Cries and Says Sorry To Maggie About Glens Death.

Very emotional scene from the walking dead 7x14. Daryl and Maggie are hiding from the saviors and Daryl cries and tells Maggie he is sorry.
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The most recent "The Walking Dead" episode is considered to be one of the best ones of the season so far. The episode titled "The Other Side" was full of character developments, closure, and storyline building.

Fans finally saw Maggie (Lauren Cohan), and Daryl (Norman Reedus) had a full-disclosure. The Walking Dead fans are all aware that Daryl blamed himself for Glenn's (Steven Yeun) death back in the season premiere.

Reedus himself admitted that his character felt guilty for his friend's death, leaving Maggie and their unborn child without a husband and a father. Reedus' character, Daryl, finally got to ask for forgiveness. Thus, moving his storyline forward.

On the other hand, another focus on this week's The Walking Dead was Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) and Rosita's (Christian Serratos) quest to kill Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) themselves. Spoiler alert: Negan didn't die.

The good news is that both women finally made up. During their trip to the Sanctuary, the two finally had their much-needed time to sort things out with each other.

In the end, Sasha sacrificed herself in order to take Negan from within the Sanctuary walls while locking Rosita out. The biggest question of the night, however, was the person whom Rosita saw at the end of the episode.

Several fans speculated it could be Daryl Dixon. After all, he knew exactly where both women were going.

On the other hand, stronger clues point to none other than Dwight. Fans already expect Dwight to betray Negan at some point. 

Clues from the previous episode lead to that betrayal further. Another major clue is that Dwight's got almost all of Daryl's gear. The bow, the jacket, and whatnot. The silhouette strongly depicts Dwight. 

Despite the good episode, several critics have bold opinions. In a recent report, Vox called described it as "a full hour of stalling."

The Walking Dead critics have been very vocal about their growing disdain of the show ever since the seventh season started. From the show being too gore, to stalling with the storylines and not having enough action.

Nonetheless, it looks like The Walking Dead showrunners are not affected by all the negativities. Keep checking back on Auto World News for more updates.  

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