The Walking Dead Season 7 has been a tough one for Daryl Dixon. The show has tortured the character mentally and physically, which cast member Norman Reedus wasn’t necessarily prepared for during filming.
The Walking Dead Season 7’s midseason finale brought Rick and Daryl back together at the Hilltop community. The two bros shared a long embrace, but the moment that really stood out was Daryl handing Rick the gun. Rick has his power back; he’s ready for a fight.
If Rick had talked to Negan instead of killing his men, Glenn and Abraham would likely still be alive in The Walking Dead Season 7. It’s a hard truth, but Rick failed his group and people going against him is a consequence of his idiotic actions.
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The Walking Dead Season 7 midseason finale begins with Negan playing house with Carl, Judith and Olivia. Like a good son, Carl sets the table for his sister, “mommy” and “daddy.” Negan even washed up for dinner, shaving his face and removing his signature leather jacket. They sit and wait for Rick, but Negan decides Lucille is hungry so they’re going eat without him.
It seems like everyone’s plotting kill Negan in The Walking Dead Season 7. Father Gabriel talks Rosita out of trying to kill Negan. Sasha begs Enid to not tell Maggie about her plan to kill Negan. Carl is giving Negan the worst Death Stare ever. Enid is trying not reveal that Carl is trying to kill Negan, too.
Meanwhile, Spencer is trying to make nice with Negan.
Negan is a slick bastard who enjoys getting under Rick’s skin a little too much. The Walking Dead Season 7 episode 8 is the show’s midseason finale, and there’s sure to be a lot of chaos during Negan’s latest visit to Alexandria. Here’s where you can watch the episode live online.
The Walking Dead Season 7 will go out “with a bang,” according Josh McDermott’s latest interview. McDermott, who plays Eugene on the show, spoke to Entertainment Weekly about what’s to come in the midseason finale.