The Walking Dead Season 8 Finale Should've Killed Off SPOILER

The Walking Dead Season 8 Finale Should've Killed Off SPOILER

The Walking Dead Season 8 Finale Should've Killed Off SPOILER

Spoiler alert! The following recap includes all the dirt from the season finale of The Walking Dead, Episode 416: "Wrath". After the mishap with the guns, The Saviors no longer hold an advantage over Rick's group; some try to keep fighting, but most throw up their hands in surrender. Contrary to what Rick's behavior throughout this season has suggested, it seems the Grimes patriarch finally learned the lesson his son tried to instill from his deathbed: mercy is the only way forward in this apocalyptic world, where the dead walk and death gets doled out seemingly indiscriminately. Even Carl had something to say about it.

"The Walking Dead", 9 p.m. (AMC): Season-eight finale; the communities join forces in the last stand against the Saviors as all-out war unfolds. Earlier episodes this season already began laying the groundwork for this daring new direction (see the addition of Georgie), and following the events of the season 8 finale, the series is now free to explore these new ideas.

Rick took Carl's advice. The characters' immediate pasts mix with an uncertain present of struggle and discovery as they meet new friends, foes, and threats. Or does she just mean that she wants to kill Negan anyway behind Rick's back? Maggie wasn't too pleased and ICYMI, neither was Daryl.

Talking about Rick, Carol and Jesus' brief appearance on "Fear the Walking Dead", new showrunners Andrew Chambliss and Ian Goldberd, who replaced Dave Erickson, said to Entertainment Weekly that they were both "thrilled" and excited. "So it was a slightly odd undertaking, but it was a lot of fun".

Somebody give these two a spinoff because the Internet will watch. Sharpening their weapons, the two discussed the future and made the Internet smile.

Fans also probably hated last night's finale.

There's no way around it. They will think they are on the right track but when they show up to get Negan, he won't be there. And: How is his hair blue when blue washes out faster than any other color? It was before Eugene was taken, we had had that storyline.

Turns out Eugene Porter isn't a coward, he's a genius. In mounting up their arsenal, Eugene noticed that Gabriel (Seth Gillam) was making them incorrectly - and on goal.

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That makes the finale the flawless timing for Eugene's demise. And they should - he rigged The Saviors' bullets and saved Hilltop from destruction.

Daryl gave Dwight everything he needed to start his own spinoff alongside the Jerry and Ezekiel show.

Instead we got a moment that was so GIF-ably hilarious it might rank with some of the greatest slapstick of all time.

Former Savior Dwight for example has also flip-flopped between sides, but he isn't just doing it simply to save his skin.

Maggie Rhee (Lauren Cohan, left) lets ex-Savior Alden (Callan McAuliffe) stay at Hilltop Colony, but isn't happy with how the war with the Saviors turned out on AMC's "The Walking Dead". He'll be back, right?

Speaking to a small group of reporters following the finale, showrunner Scott Gimple explained why he chose to stick so closely to Kirkman's vision for the end of Rick and Negan's feud.

Or, we could be looking at a soft reboot where Rick - and Negan - take Carl's goodbye letters to heart and attempt to form a new community together; as impossible as that may seem. Maggie is completely driven by revenge (and maybe some pregnancy hormones?). After Rick lets Negan, who smashed her husband's head in with a baseball bat, live, Maggie tells Daryl (who was humiliated by the Saviors) and Jesus, "Rick was wrong to do what he did".

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