The Walking Dead season 7 midseason premiere crashes AMC website

The Walking Dead season 7 midseason premiere crashes AMC website

We all know what coward he is. I'm a little unsure of the science behind this maneuver, and whether or not their cars could actually achieve enough velocity to so cleanly sever as many spinal cords as they do.

Jesus led Rick and his friends to The Kingdom, where they re-united with Morgan and requested an audience with Ezekiel. Because of reasons...that aren't quite clear.

It doesn't help that the show spent so much time building up Negan as a threat. The TV show is written, directed and co-produced by Frank Darabont, and co-produced by Gale Anne Hurd, and was developed from an Image comic book series that started up in 2003 by writer Robert Kirkman, who also serves as a writer and executive producer for the show.

It's been a long time since we've last seen our group of survivors when The Walking Dead had their December 11 midseason finale. "I think he wants to kick his ass", the actor stated of his character. Needless to say the group are discouraged. It's a start, but it's not almost enough (not to mention they're completely untrained).

"There are people out there who hate my guts, and I hear from them, too", said Morgan with a knowing laugh during a recent chat. Who is this new group and can they be trusted?

In the comics, the sheriff and Jesus forge a secret plan to take out Negan by making him believe they're weak, so the bad guys will never expect a strike. Instead, he offered asylum to Daryl saying that the Saviors don't set foot inside his walls. But things started to improve once the group arrived at the Kingdom. While they scramble to load up without blowing up, the Saviors are headed to A-town in search of Daryl as a massive herd of fleshbags is closing in.

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Morgan let's Rick know what happened with Carol.

Daryl initially declines, but Rick persuades him to stay behind, hoping he can persuade Ezekiel to change his mind.

Enid has a surprise for the group. In the initial part, it was like they had been asleep or just caught in stasis or anger or despondency. Rosita is able to disable the explosives and they grab the dynamite sticks. Deciding it would be useful in their fight, they resolve to take the explosives. Rosita says something rude as fuck to Sasha. As any Walking Dead viewer knows, King Ezekiel runs the Kingdom, a nearby settlement that is also under observation from Negan and the Saviors.

Things get really hairy here as they're determined to get everything useful they can despite that hoard of walkers is upon them. It will be returning sometime later in 2017 for a 16-episode third season. Eric has figured out that Rick and the others are planning to fight the Saviors, and he doesn't want Aaron involved. If Daryl does turn up here, there's no statute of limitations on this. Rick talks about the people who died.

"Anytime we give them something, they become harder and harder to beat", Richard said. Then they abruptly leave. Being ominously surrounded by a new community of human survivors (with a penchant for monochromatic hoodies) doesn't seem like a mirthful moment, but it's obvious that Rick sees them as the sorely needed numbers they have been looking for. They're a large group of survivors who live in a junkyard that includes a fighting pit that one or members of Rick's group may have to prove themselves in. Meet the garbage pail kids. Rick Grimes and "The Walking Dead" gang gets back to war against the zombies and the Negan Saviors in the midseason premiere at 9 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 12, on AMC.

All in all a little underwhelming, though not a bad installment by any means. Bear McCreary's score creates some real tension as the team has to slowly undo the boom sticks. But unlike some previous seasons, 7B will not end with a major cliffhanger. Delightfully this was not a bottle episode, and it looks as if the series may be shying away from that format going forward.