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    Quote Originally Posted by Buggula View Post
    I'm just glad this Slaves to the Saviours story line is being discontinued. This new lot of survivors don't come across as hardened as our gang, but time will tell. "We take, we don't bother"...what the H is that supposed to mean?

    I'm hoping Carol will be back soon, if only to defend the family in Alexandria when the poo hits the fan. That woman is steel to the bone, so I'm not surprised Daryl lied to her about the deaths at the hands of the Saviours. He knows she'll be there with bells on when the time comes, but its not time yet.
    I think "We take, we don't bother" simply means that they've survived, thus far successfully, by scavenging and hiding. My guess is that they'll be an asset to Rick's army. If they're stealthy enough to avoid the saviors, they probably have intelligence on them... their movements, their numbers, how to get around their defenses, etc.

    As for Carol, I'm going out on a limb here. This is my prediction for this story line:

    In episodes leading up to the finale, Carol learns what happened to Glenn and Abraham, and how Negan treated Darryl.She also gets word of Rick's plan to attack. She goes into commando mode, and sets off on a mission. The communities all have united. Rick has worked out a plan, and everything and everyone is ready to go.

    The season finale ends like this:

    Rick and several groups of his people are starting their approach to the savior's compound(s)...it's go time. Flash to Carol, back at her little house, loading handguns and ammunition into her backpack. She then loads 2 rifles and Lucille (Negan's bat) into a canvas duffelbag, She walks back to the kitchen, and opens the pantry door. There sits Negan, bound and gagged, tied to a chair with barbed wire, with lots of cuts and bruises everywhere. She takes a step into the pantry and turns on a phonograph that plays, fittingly, "Easy Street". She then steps back into the kitchen, turns to Negan, and sardonically says {loudly, over the music) "I might be home late...don't wait up". She shuts the door, then props a mattress up against it, muffling the music. She walks back to the living room, collects her gear, and carries it out to her car.

    Roll end credits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pumpkinhead625 View Post
    I think "We take, we don't bother" simply means that they've survived, thus far successfully, by scavenging and hiding. My guess is that they'll be an asset to Rick's army. If they're stealthy enough to avoid the saviors, they probably have intelligence on them... their movements, their numbers, how to get around their defenses, etc.

    As for Carol, I'm going out on a limb here. This is my prediction for this story line:

    In episodes leading up to the finale, Carol learns what happened to Glenn and Abraham, and how Negan treated Darryl.She also gets word of Rick's plan to attack. She goes into commando mode, and sets off on a mission. The communities all have united. Rick has worked out a plan, and everything and everyone is ready to go.

    The season finale ends like this:

    Rick and several groups of his people are starting their approach to the savior's compound(s)...it's go time. Flash to Carol, back at her little house, loading handguns and ammunition into her backpack. She then loads 2 rifles and Lucille (Negan's bat) into a canvas duffelbag, She walks back to the kitchen, and opens the pantry door. There sits Negan, bound and gagged, tied to a chair with barbed wire, with lots of cuts and bruises everywhere. She takes a step into the pantry and turns on a phonograph that plays, fittingly, "Easy Street". She then steps back into the kitchen, turns to Negan, and sardonically says {loudly, over the music) "I might be home late...don't wait up". She shuts the door, then props a mattress up against it, muffling the music. She walks back to the living room, collects her gear, and carries it out to her car.

    Roll end credits.
    I don't think the writers could script it any better! Works for me.

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    Poor Eugene.
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    I'm hearing a lot of friends saying Eugene is being smart and plotting his escape, but I have to disagree. He abandoned whoever he was with to go with Abraham. He sabotaged the bus they were going to DC in to stay with Rick's group, and he gave them up when Negan's folks caught him in the Winnebago. So Eugene screwing over the group to get a better deal is 100% consistent with his character. Also, we've just gone through a 3/4s of a season of Daryl and Rosita fighting against Negan, so at some point there has to be a Judas/Brutus who will betray the group. Enter Eugene.

    And not to put spoilers up, but the gal who plays Sasha is starring in the new Star Trek series, so you know she's toast. Since Sasha is the one bringing up Eugene being taken, I suspect she's going to try to bring him back, Eugene betrays her, Negan kills her, and when Rick finds out he betrayed Sasha he kills Eugene. I've heard two major characters are gonna die this second half of the season, so that's my pick of who.

    And by the way, don't expect anyone to kill Negan. In the comics, Rick captures him and holds him in a cell, but when The Whisperer's attack he uses Negan as an ally.

    One other thing... does anyone think that Carol believed what Daryl told her, about everyone being okay? She started crying when she saw the look on his face, and her character is savvy enough to know she's being lied to.
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    I want them to leave the comics alone & give us new material that isn't part of the comic canon. Because the comics are getting & have been redundant for a while now.

    But I guess all that particular energy is going to Fear the Walking Dead. I gave up on FtWD, but that was one thing I liked about it, it wasn't held hostage by the comics.
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    I wonder if an alliance will form between Dwight and Eugene. One that won't be in Negan's favour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RCIAG View Post
    I want them to leave the comics alone & give us new material that isn't part of the comic canon. Because the comics are getting & have been redundant for a while now.

    But I guess all that particular energy is going to Fear the Walking Dead. I gave up on FtWD, but that was one thing I liked about it, it wasn't held hostage by the comics.
    The one thing I liked about Fear The Walking Dead was... ah... give me a moment... I'll think of something...
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    I liked the characters of the kid, Nick & Strand from FtWD. I'd love to see them meet up with our Scooby Gang but I doubt they will.

    They could easily have many stories in different stages of this particular apocalypse, but then they take the risk of too many zombie shows & spread themselves too thin. Too much of a good thing isn't always good.

    Unless it's chocolate. You can never have enough chocolate. Or Jason Momoa, Chris Hemsworth, Hugh Jackman & Roger Clyne.
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    There's only a few episodes left so I'm guessing the whole war will carry into next season or start next season.
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