Last week on The Walking Dead, Ezekiel refused a partnership. However, Daryl found a new hideout to lay low from The Saviors. Father Gabriel frantically left Alexandria with most of the food. Many thought he was being a coward, but Rick knows he’s loyal and went after him knowing that Gabriel had a plan. When Rick headed after him, he discovered a new group of people, possibly “new best friends.”
The episode begins with members of The Kingdom once again giving The Savior their supplies in order to maintain the truce. Angry Savior once again continues to taunt Richard, which leads to a brief confrontation between the two camps. It’s clear that eventually that this fragile truce is going to come to an explosive end very soon.
Meanwhile, Rick meets a new community, which is unlike any they have encountered before. Let’s call them the Garbage People. Their leader, Jadis, strikes a bargain with Rick and the Alexandrians as they once again offer their services to yet another community in exchange for assistance against Negan and The Saviors (same as they did with Hilltop). After Rick proves himself in the most metal way possible, they have an alliance. They will get supplies for the Garbage People and the Garbage People will assist them.
Meanwhile, Richard tries to get Daryl to strike against The Saviors, but there will be some unfortunate collateral damage that Daryl cannot accept, Carol. Upon learning that she is still alive, he pays her a visit where the two unite. Daryl has the difficult choice of telling her the truth about Glen and Abraham, knowing that she would go full on Carol against them. Daryl opts to protect her from herself and opt not to tell her. Daryl then makes the decision to head back to Hilltop as they are more like-minded in the idea of taking on The Saviors.
Before we can get to that next week, here are a few of the top moments of the episode. Click Next to continue.