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Tonight, AMC will be airing a special 90-minute season finale of The Walking Dead. In last week’s episode, Glenn and Nicholas each recounted his own version of the events that transpired — Nicholas basically told Deanna that her son’s death was all Glenn’s fault, but it remains to be seen if she saw through these lies. Outside the walls, Carl and Enid had a brief romantic moment in the woods while hiding in a tree as walkers roamed by; Sasha was overwhelmed by her grief over the loss of Noah and headed out to kill some walkers; and Darryl and Aaron came across a tied-up walker with a W carved into her forehead. Meanwhile, back in town, Rick confronted Pete about the domestic abuse, which didn’t go over well — the conversation quickly turned to violence, with bodies flying through glass windows and a fist fight in the middle of town. Michonne was forced to punch Rick out to stop him from killing Pete.
What will be the fallout of this fight in the middle of town? Will Deanna banish Rick — and possibly some/all of his group? Who is carving these Ws into the walkers, and what does it mean? Darryl and Aaron seem to be heading right toward whomever is responsible — will they be friendly, or are Darryl and Aaron in danger? Are we finally going to see Morgan reappear and learn what he’s been up to? (Could that W actually be an M for Morgan?) It should be another exciting episode, and I would wager we are going to lose someone we know and care about tonight and be left with a huge cliffhanger for the next season!
On tonight’s episode, “Conquer,” Daryl experiences trouble on a run. Meanwhile, Rick and his group continue to feel like outsiders in Alexandria, where trouble is creeping in through the gates.
To see who makes it out alive tonight, tune in to AMC at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Madam Secretary, The Good Wife, Once Upon a Time, The Last Man on Earth, The Talking Dead, The Royals, and Shameless.