The Walking Dead season 7 episode 13 brings forth some of the most controversial deaths this season. AMC's hit TV show is gearing up for the wildest ride towards its season finale.
The recent episode of The Walking Dead titled "Bury Me Here" had some unexpected deaths in it. What fans thought would be another filler episode actually turned out to be filled with character and story development.
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Instead of filling the episode with gore and violence like it usually does, TWD showrunners focused on moving the story forward. "Bury Me Here" tells the story of how Carol comes back to fight, how King Ezekiel learned that war is inevitable, and how Morgan learns there's a time to kill.
All of these happened thanks to Richard - dead Richard. Richard's decision torn the fan reactions in half.
Some say it was a cruel move. Richard had no right to force matters like that. After all, he had no right to push Morgan into killing, no right to force a war between the Kingdom and the Saviors.
On the other hand, some fans say it's about time somebody forced Morgan, Carol and King Ezekiel's hands to do the right thing. Perhaps what Richard did was right.
Perhaps, it will be for the greater good. And maybe, just maybe, Richard and young Benjamin's death would not have been in vain.
If the lives of two secondary characters is what it takes to get Morgan's angry side out, then maybe it is worth it. If this is what it takes to get King Ezekiel onboard with Rick's plan, then it definitely is worth it.
One thing is for certain, King Ezekiel and the Kingdom will fight alongside Carol. After all, it looks like King Ezekiel finally understands what needs to be done.
The Walking Dead Season 7 spoilers suggest that Sasha and Rosita will finally try to kill Negan in the next episode. After all, this is where Season 7 Episode 12 ended.
The Walking Dead Season 7 episode 14 teaser trailer shows Sasha pointing a sniper rifle to Negan's head. Fans are pretty certain this will not be the end for the show's biggest villain, but it does open some questions on where Sasha's fate lies.
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