If we had been watching all of this in one go, the slow and pensive episodes that focused on a single random character (ex: Eugene, Tara, etc) would have gone down much more smoothly.
This show is infamous for killing off characters in season finales. Still being held prisoner by Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), she agrees to come work for his side as they head to Alexandria to bash in some skulls.
It tackled all of those things and more, to different measures, and some worked a lot better than others.
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The finale also saw Sasha take a poison pill to become a walker rather than be used as one of Negan's pawn. We all know that tonight's confrontation with Negan and his band is going to get pretty ugly. Back at his camp, Negan, suspicious, asks Eugene how Sasha could have died, and Eugene shrugs it off blaming suffocation. The song was the last thing she chose to listen to as she died. She gave herself up for the ultimate cause, but Martin-Green acknowledges that even in death, Sasha is going to "fight for life".
What might be even sadder than Sasha's death is her walker death. On their travels, they bumped into Morgan, who was going after the Saviors alone.
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While the Alexandrians and their allies put up a good fight, Negan and a good number of Saviors were able to escape unharmed. Negan manages to escape Sasha's bite, though he is not the only character to experience a brush with death in the episode .
Though only Sasha ultimately met her end in the finale, the 85-minute episode also paid tribute to two characters lost in its Season 7 premiere: Glenn (Steven Yeun) and Abraham (Michael Cudlitz). The walker version of Sasha immediately lunges for Negan, taking him down to the ground and desperately trying to eat him as if she still knows who he is.
Before we dive all the way in, a quick recap: as the episode began, Maggie had to decide whether the Hilltop should march to Alexandria to help Rick and his group.
What did you think of all the drama?
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Eventually we do reach the end of those flashbacks, eventually shots are exchanged between the Saviors and people they've had under their thumbs all season, but nothing goes as expected. When he got to say, "We're not gonna be afraid of losing each other anymore; what we're doing is so much bigger", he nearly [encapsulated] the entire show, where everybody was, at that point.