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Tonight, the seventh season of AMC’s The Walking Dead comes to a close. In last week’s episode, Sasha had been captured by the Saviors and was given the choice to join Negan or die. While Eugene hoped that she would give in like he did, he offered her the poison pill he had created a few episodes back in case she wanted to take the quick way out. Meanwhile, in the Hilltop, Gregory contemplated killing Maggie while her back was turned but ultimately couldn’t bring himself to do it – in fact, despite all his talk, he’s never even killed a single walker. And elsewhere, Rick and his crew raided Oceanside, as peacefully as possible, getting the guns they need for the forthcoming battle. When the group returned to Alexandria, Rosita revealed that she had brought back Dwight with her and that he wanted to help Rick take out Negan.
Can Dwight really be trusted? Will Gregory reveal Rick’s plan to Negan when he visits the Sanctuary? Or will we finally see all of these various groups of survivors band together and make their move against the Saviors? It should be an exciting season finale, and I’m looking forward to seeing if Rick and the gang will finally avenge the deaths of Glenn, Abraham, and the others who were brutally murdered by Negan or else see what kind of dangerous predicament they will be left in for next season.
On tonight’s 90-minute finale, “The First Day of the Rest of Your Life,” the stakes keep mounting higher and higher as different stories clash, while the group enacts an intricate plan.
See if Negan gets his comeuppance tonight on AMC at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Match Game, Bob’s Burgers, The Simpsons, Making History, The Last Man on Earth, Into the Badlands, Big Little Lies, and Crashing.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.
Chicago Justice is well on its way to carving out a place for itself in the television landscape. If you had asked me a couple weeks ago, I would have told you that while I enjoy it, I’m concerned that the writers aren’t letting the characters live up to their potential, which will not end well for the show. Now I can honestly say the writers are doing a much better job and each character is starting to stand out as individuals, not just as a cast.
Last episode we watched as they worked on solving the murder of a former police officer. He was murdered by a butcher who Stone had tried to convict of murder once before. In the end, they proved he murdered the officer and got him to admit to the prior murder – they signed a plea deal for 35 years. I was so happy when the widow from the first case got to hear the butcher admit he killed her husband. Definitely bittersweet.
On tonight’s episode, “Double Helix,” when a pregnant woman is found murdered and her baby cut out of her, the State’s Attorney’s investigators race to find the baby and the killer. The case is complicated when it’s revealed that the killer’s DNA matches that of her father: a convicted serial killer already in prison. Both killers then attempt to use the DNA evidence as their ticket to freedom.
To see if Stone and his team can find the person behind this horrific crime, tune in to NBC at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching Little Big Shots, Once Upon a Time, Match Game, Spring Baking Championship, and Guy’s Grocery Games.