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The Walking Dead Season 6 Episode 6: Always Accountable Recap & Discussion

Daryl, Sasha, and Abraham approach the 20-mile marker with their zombie parade behind him (six episodes in and this plan from 601 is still happening). Suddenly, they come under fire from caravans of strangers with machine guns. Abraham and Sasha crash, jump out, and fill their attackers with led. Daryl maneuvers through walkers and escapes to a scorched forest. After hearing nothing back from the radio, Daryl notices he’s been wounded. After hiding his bike, he comes upon two women and is suddenly knocked out from behind.

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Daryl goes in and out of consciousness and hears a mysterious man with a blonde mustache (mysteriously named D) say, “Just another solider from one of the outposts. This is the last day we live like this.” When Daryl finally comes to, D demands him to walk with them through the forest. Obviously, D thinks Daryl is one of the people we saw in the beginning of the episode, but he’s not. “I ain’t who you think,” he protests. He and the girls (Honey and Tina) explain they set the forest on fire to eradicate the walkers. They arrive at a truck depot where they presume their friend Patty is. Tina passes out and Daryl takes the opportunity to escape with his duffle bag. He unties his hands, takes out a tree walker, and discovers Tina’s insulin supply. Sh*t.

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Meanwhile, Sasha and Abraham set up camp in an auto insurance building in a nearby town. A walker locked in an office looks on as they loot the place. Written on a dry erase board in the locked office is, “Proud to have provided value. I pray for the world…keep going…stay cheerful. The bites kill.” Sasha and Abraham debate over killing the walkers around them. She also lectures him about being “always accountable” (the episode title!) for people other than himself. Sasha doesn’t want to leave a trail but Abraham quips, “Loose ends make my ass itch.”

Daryl locates D, Honey, and Tina to return the insulin. Suddenly, a giant truck plows through the forest; men with green boots walk out, and demand D and girls give them back what they owe them. Daryl hides them and witness a rock walker bite one of their pursuers. His companion Wade cuts his arm off and they leave. D admits he believed Daryl was one of the men and questions why he came back to help. “Maybe I’m stupid too,” Daryl responds.

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Walker - The Walking Dead _ Season 6, Episode 6 - Photo Credit: Gene Page/AMC

The next day, Abraham discovers a military truck full of supplies and a walker hanging by a rocket launcher from a bridge. Abraham wrestles with him to grab the RPG to no avail. After giving up and lighting a cigar, the walker slides off the gate and conveniently leaves behind the RPG. Abraham returns to Sasha with the military supplies and confesses he’s realized he wants to make the most of what’s left of his life. He conveys he wants to get to know her “a WHOLE lot better.” She responds, flabbergasted, “Well…you have some stuff (Rosita) to take care of.” Damn it, Abraham.

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D explains to Daryl they mistook him for the others because they hadn’t met everyone in their new community yet. In that community, people have apparently given up everything in exchange for safety. (PAUSE. Is he talking about the Savior compound?!) The group locates their friends Carla and Delly, who burned to death from the forest fire. Suddenly, the walkers wake up from their glass cocoons and bite Tina. Daryl takes out the walkers but it’s too late. Later, as D buries Tina, Daryl busts out Rick’s infamous three questions: How many walkers? How many people? Why? D explains if he did, “there would be no going back to how things were.” Before leaving the forest, D and Honey hold Daryl at gun point and steal his crossbow and bike. (PAUSE AGAIN. If this guy now has a crossbow…and is named D…and MIGHT live in the Savior compound……..Is this DWIGHT?!?!?!) “We’re sorry,” they say as they ride off. “You’re going to be,” Daryl warns. Without a weapon or means of transportation, Daryl luckily stumbles upon a hidden fuel truck and uses it to pick up Sasha and Abraham. As they drive down the road reunited, Daryl hears someone on the other end of the radio cry, “Help.”

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Questions:

1. Do you think that was Dwight?!?!
2. Was his community the Savior compound?
3. What the hell’s going on with Sasha and Abraham??

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  1. Peaceful November 15, 2015 at 7:04 pm - Reply

    Who asked for help in the end? Rick or could it be Glen perhaps?

    • BillyHo November 15, 2015 at 10:46 pm - Reply

      I’m calling Glenn. If it was Rick then it has absolutely zero story behind it as we already know Rick’s situation is resolved and he is back home. No reason to have it as an end of episode teaser if it falls flat and has no story driven association to it in next episode where the three are featured.

    • RICKisagod November 16, 2015 at 11:38 am - Reply

      I hope it is Glenn too. If he goes, I just don’t see many viewers being happy about it. This season is lackluster to boot. So I vote Glenn. The whole top of the dumpster thing was a dream sequence-vision-hallucination-drug induced brain spasm. I don’t care how they resolve it. Glenn just needs to be alive. They can loose Deanna. She’s on another series as it is. That’s the ticket. No runs No drips No errors!!!!!!!!

  2. carlyyougoonie November 15, 2015 at 7:15 pm - Reply

    Been waiting for Abraham to call it quits with Rosita ever since it felt like he was flirting with Michonne at the party. Brother is just trying to get in where he can fit in.

  3. John_Skanes November 15, 2015 at 8:09 pm - Reply

    I have a feeling that it was guys from the saviors. I didn’t want it to come so quick but with the Negan casting being announced I feel like it could happen at anytime. Or at least some build up to it.
    I do not think that was Dwight.
    As far as Abraham and Sasha… lets just say Rosita isn’t going to be too pleased when those two start seeing more of each other

  4. Peaceful November 15, 2015 at 8:36 pm - Reply

    That’s a possibility. I hope not. I hope it doesn’t cause friction between Rosita and Sasha. They’re both tough.

  5. BASTET. November 15, 2015 at 8:36 pm - Reply

    Sure thought Abraham was gonna be a victim of a trap! Cringed the whole time he was up there with those RPGs & cigars!

  6. BillyHo November 15, 2015 at 9:11 pm - Reply

    Glenn on the radio. Will see him hopefully on the mid season finally? Along with Jesus maybe?
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    I have no clue who Dwight is but this D guy is going to regret taking Daryl’s crossbow.

  7. paulzs November 15, 2015 at 10:15 pm - Reply

    Yes that was absolutely Dwight and he has a price to pay! Also the voice in the radio more Rick like to me.

    • BillyHo November 15, 2015 at 10:24 pm - Reply

      Radio voice was guttural. But if we think back it was already discussed Rick’s radio got shot in the RV? So that would have been the likely time of him asking for help? (not sure how accurate that point was… would have to re-watch the RV scene.)
      .
      But we know Glenn had the other Radio and he is likely the person on the end of the radio. Though we can’t count out other radios that are possibly being picked up on same radio net? Would be far fetched though thinking it would be that. (though it could be a base station broadcasting across all net?)
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      The way the radio call was presented at end of episode points toward it being more story related then simply it being Rick who we already know is back safe and sound at Alexandria. So the only other story related drama during that time was Glenn who also had a radio.
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      People can keep thinking different but when all the clues are pointing towards Glenn still being alive then not… well I simply think this is leading towards it being Glenn on the end of that radio call.
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      We won’t find out in next episode though.

      • seanmathews1 November 16, 2015 at 4:25 am - Reply

        Hill top perhaps? Radios will pick up other radios. Who knows.

        On another note…. they never did show how Rick escaped the RV and thousands of Walkers… did they?

        • BillyHo November 16, 2015 at 7:16 am - Reply

          Possible hill top? And yes radios can pick up other radios using the same frequency. But far from likely.
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          But Walking Dead has never been known for accuracy. Especially when seeing people getting their arms chopped off in single quick blows and heads punctured like they were made of crepe paper. ha
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          So possible others are just happening to be on the same net as them and broadcasting a call for help just as they are within range.
          .
          But then we ask ourselves, how poor is the writing when you have all these circumstantial instances of radio interaction just to draw attention to a character that may or may not have died and everyone is annoyed with the fact thye are intentionally keeping us in the dark?
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          Nope on the Rick and RV thing and can’t imagine they would re-address it seeing he is already safe in Alexandria and no mention of it from Rick to others. We never knew if he was in the RV when the walkers actually walked by. He could have already been hoofing it towards Alexandria? He seemed to really enjoy running that day. ha
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          Interview from Daryl he says it isn’t Glenn but wouldn’t give details. I don’t see why it would be the guy that took his bike? Didn’t appear to take his radio too did he? Just the bike and crossbow.
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          I would have to watch the Glenn fall to see what happened to his radio? do you recall? Possibly a situation where someone else is pulling a Glenn and watching him trapped with Zombies while communicating on the radio during it? If he was able to pick up the radio?
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          At this point just hoping it gets resolved by mid-season finale. Would really be annoyed to have to wait any longer for clarification.

    • BillyHo November 15, 2015 at 11:48 pm - Reply

      Just listened to the voice on radio again and it is not even close to Rick. Doesn’t sound that much like Glenn either. So possibly someone trying to assist Glenn… or still could be Glenn?

  8. jmoore711b November 15, 2015 at 10:37 pm - Reply

    I know the consensus is that D was Dwight. That makes sense to me too. However, I’m thrown because they never show that one Savior’s face. It isn’t Negan so why not show his face? I thought they were saying “Dwayne” but then I read “Wade”. Either way, it is weird to me that they wouldn’t show him if he’s just a henchman. I figured that he was burned and that maybe he is the Dwight character even if they don’t use his name. I don’t know. But there has to be some reason his face was hidden.

  9. Tonnie2NA November 15, 2015 at 10:46 pm - Reply

    A fucking RPG! I wish Rick had that during all out war, cuz the fucking saviors would not have lasted the night.

  10. Tonnie2NA November 15, 2015 at 10:58 pm - Reply

    And that was definitely not Glenn on the radio. Sounded like some punk ass bitch that deserves what is coming. Hopefully it was that ass hole who stole the bike (may he burn)

  11. Tonnie2NA November 15, 2015 at 11:23 pm - Reply

    When is Clipper Sunny making his TWD appearance? One of him and Negan ain’t got a prayer

  12. JockyRhonson November 16, 2015 at 12:14 am - Reply

    Here are my 2 theories on who it is on the radio.

    Rick:

    In the previous episode (11/7/15) At the end, a crack was forming in the walls of alexandria. Walkers have broken in to the only safe haven for the gang, Rick needs help because he might have just lost his arm/hand.

    Glen:

    When Nicholas died, he fell on top of glen and blood and guts spilled onto Glen who was safely underneath Nicholas’ body. The last time blood and guts were on someone it was those 2 pretending to be walkers and it worked. The zombies didn’t react to them aggressively, so Glen is repeating himself by playing dead until the walkers left or were drawn to something else. He’s alive, and he needs help.

    but you know what, it could be both.

  13. seanmathews1 November 16, 2015 at 4:23 am - Reply

    Wow…. now we are talking! What an episode! Well… beside the slowness of the Abraham and Sasha scenes. Looks like Sasha is the new comic-book Holly (who has already departed the show). The love triangle begins!

    So… the big news is the gunfight and the Daryl’s story line!

    What do I make of it?

    First, I have a feeling that we are seeing three (now two) escaped Saviors. At least one of them, I believe, is one of Negan’s “Wives”. The, “He only wants willing ass” line is what leads me to believe this. Also, if you look at the girl (that forget her name) that died, her clothing was somewhat lacy. Could have been imagining things, but she had the look of a “wife”. Perhaps her insulin was being kept by Negan to keep her in check and they stole it so she could escape.

    Wade could be the new Dwight. I had a feeling they weren’t showing his face because half of it was disfigured from a hot iron. That’s my theory at least.

    So there you have it. My thoughts and theories. We are crashing ever closer towards issue 100… I mean the season finale.

    • John_Skanes November 16, 2015 at 5:03 am - Reply

      I was giving it some thought and maybe this D guy is Dwight. Maybe that was his girl and they had decided to escape. She was one of the wives and now when they are caught Negan will melt his face with the iron. Not sure. Maybe the other guy’s face wasn’t shown cause it was melted already and he’s the guy that will play the Dwight character.
      I did start to think Abraham was about to bite it when he was going for the RPG. I was waiting for an arrow through his eye while he was smoking the cigar haha!
      I’m also starting to think that Glenn is going to be alive (it’ll be cheesy) and he will survive because we will be introduced to the Jesus character. Jesus will somehow miraculously save Glenn from that horde of walkers and all the fans will rejoice while I puke haha!

      • BigRedThoroughbred November 17, 2015 at 1:32 pm - Reply

        I believe “D” is Dwight, prior to the infamous iron burn. He has the trademark long wispy blonde hair and slight facial scruff. More so, if we can believe him, he is a man that looks to uphold morals and has never killed a person.
        I think the group giving chase to “D” is the Saviors army as they are well armed, and move tactically (several men set-up a perimeter that Daryl spots through the trees). They show some level of mercy by not lighting up rounds of bullets, rather they calmly coax the group to come back and all they have to do is “repay what they have taken”–a nod the the labor for safety policy of the Saviors.
        Theory: “D” and his wife (“Honey”) are on the run with one of Negan’s wives Tina after Negan looks to add “Honey” to his polygamist concubines to the dismay of “D”. The 3 decide to escape the Savior compound, take the truck and attempt to make or find a new community. After Daryl helps them escape they reflect on what it means to leave the Savior’s, as Daryl says “meet up with my friends,” then “D” quizzes “how many friends did you say?” “D” and “Honey” have to quickly decide if Daryl has enough friends/community to offer safety versus the large army of the Saviors. Intuition guides them to take the offer to “repay what they have taken,” turn-tail back to the Saviors offering info on Daryl and this potential new community they have discovered, and ultimately must offer up “Honey” to Negan as well. “D” acquires his crossbow and a sweet new face tattoo (that will be shown near the E:06.16 to illustrate Negan’s tyrannical rules + “generosity” to accept him back).

    • billytyra November 16, 2015 at 6:10 am - Reply

      Agree %100. “D” could still become Dwight, but yeah, Wade’s face is probably disfigured. Sasha’s probably gonna get the Holly death, I was thinking she might be the new Andrea for a little bit. They’ll probably bring Glenn back for the mid-Only to have #100 in the finale.

  14. BASTET. November 16, 2015 at 6:15 am - Reply

    Comic Spoilers Within
    ~ I heard “bow down” twice, so there’s no doubt that these are the Saviors we’re dealing with. I’m with jmoore711b in thinking that Dwight is the one whose face we don’t see… the one heading up the hunt. I would think that we’d see him already burned, just like in the comic. This other guy… “D”… if that is Dwight, I’ll be sorely disappointed! Besides, we need to see someone suffer the punishment that Dwight has already experienced & this “D” guy would be perfect.
    ~ Abraham & Sasha… I just need to watch that whole exchange over again. Hard to concentrate when you’re thinking that at any moment, Abraham’s gonna be talking & not realize he’s been skewered.
    ~ The voice on the radio doesn’t sound like Rick or ghost Glenn to me. It was also timid-sounding, a major clue that it’s not one of our Survivors. I’m thinking this may be someone we haven’t seen yet. Maybe even another Sanctuary deserter. Maybe it’s that fuckwad Gregory. If there are soldiers at outposts, they’re bound to have radios, so I really don’t think our Survivors are the only ones who have them.

    • seanmathews1 November 16, 2015 at 7:12 am - Reply

      Yep. And TWD TV likes to change names and people around… so maybe Dwayne is indeed Dwight, burned and all. And the bow the kneel is definitely the Saviors. We are getting there.

      On a side note… (and about the spoiler alert you have 🙂 it is odd that even the questions asked…

      1. Do you think that was Dwight?!?!
      2. Was his community the Savior compound?
      3. What the hell’s going on with Sasha and Abraham??

      …allude to the comics. I really think that they are written with the notion that most of us commenters have read the comics.

      • BillyHo November 16, 2015 at 7:21 am - Reply

        Which is annoying to people like me who only know bits of the comic from comments that you and others bring to the discussion.
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        I don’t mind the comments too much but when they become a major focal point of the conversation then it can get disorienting for those of us out of the loop.

      • BASTET. November 16, 2015 at 7:37 am - Reply

        seanmathews1, I find the questions for the points of discussion & comic info dropped into recaps presumptuous & I’m always put off by it. I only feel so strongly about that because I remember how frustrating it was for me as a new comic reader trying to catch up while also trying to avoid info that would spoil both the show & the comic. BUT I am in the minority with my feelings now because times have changed over the course of the show & it has left me the “odd man out”. Still, when you feel a certain amount of courtesy & respect for a possible someone who may be going through what you’ve been through, it’s hard to ride the wave everyone else is on. I’ll always maintain my courtesy/respect, so there will be a change in the tide for me.

        • Peaceful November 16, 2015 at 7:40 am - Reply

          I haven’t read he comics, I mean. Seems that the series deviates from the comic stories at times.

          • BASTET. November 16, 2015 at 8:01 am

            It deviates, but it maintains its general course.

          • HeavyD November 16, 2015 at 8:59 am

            I don’t read the comics either. I love the show, but if I knew what was coming it would seem to me that I was watching a rerun and just waiting for the scene take place. I can only guess what the relationship is of Negan, Dwight, Jesus and the Saviors has to the show. Also it seems to be predicted that Carl loses an eye, Rick loses a hand, Judith gets killed and Negan kills Glenn/Daryl/Abraham or someone. I wish there was a separation of comments boards for show only watchers and those that follow the comics also.

          • BASTET. November 16, 2015 at 9:06 am

            Now imagine that you hate spoilers & you run across this load that HeavyD just dropped.

          • HeavyD November 16, 2015 at 4:00 pm

            That load was dropped here a long time ago by a lot of others. No other way I would have known of these things until I came to this website. I guess some people have to feel they’re smarter than everyone else.

        • BASTET. November 17, 2015 at 3:27 am - Reply

          HeavyD, did you direct your comment AT me? I just need to be sure of whether you were talking about people who drop spoilers when you stated, “I guess some people have to feel they’re smarter than everyone else” or if you were talking about me.

          • seanmathews1 November 17, 2015 at 3:53 am

            I think the show does it this way on purpose, or at least its one reasons. I imagine they assume readers want similarity, but they want it different enough to keep them guessing. Makes sense, and I’m glad. For instance, the hospital/cops story line. It was a pleasant break… Same with the Wolves.

          • HeavyD November 17, 2015 at 8:50 am

            Bastet, I directed it at you as you are the one that called me out. I get that you are the self-appointed authority on everything that has to do with TWD. I also suspect that you are patrolling these comment boards by the number of times you post, looking for someone to disagree with and that you will defend your position to the death. That said, I will bow out and never read or post comments here ever again.

          • BASTET. November 17, 2015 at 9:30 am

            HeavyD, I used your comment as an example of what frustrated me, regarding people’s untagged spoilers. Your comment indicates that you were exposed to all of that information, yet you felt it was OK to just repeat it with no warning & really no relevancy, which makes you no better than the person who spoiled it for you. I post a lot on this site because it’s always been my favorite site, the community has always been awesome, & I enjoy the discussion. I don’t see where I even have many disagreements on here & the last one I had with you was supposedly an “intelligent discussion” BY YOUR OWN TERMS (603 Discussion). I’m certainly not the authority on everything TWD or think I’m smarter than everyone else, but if you don’t get what I just explained & you felt it was justified to personally attack me & now abandon the site, then I’m definitely smarter than YOU!

      • Peaceful November 16, 2015 at 7:38 am - Reply

        I haven’t, so it’s confusing, but interesting.

        • Peaceful November 16, 2015 at 2:44 pm - Reply

          I saw a Walking Dead action figure (doll) where Carl wore an eyepatch. That was definitely a spoiler. Because of it I now know that Carl is going to somehow loose an eye. I thought that Jessie’s son was going to take it when he got into that shoving match with Carl. They made a point to show the knife in his pocket as he approached Carl. He was no match for Carl but accidents happen.
          I think Judith was supposed to die at the prison, according to some of the talk I read on this site. Glad the writers let her live on the series. I don’t think I could have handled it if she’d become a zombie appetizer. Even when I saw the blood in her car seat, at the prison after the Governors attack, I believed she somehow survived. And she did.
          The writings here are interesting, informative, sometimes humorous, but if I read too much about upcoming events I skip over it. But they do have me curious about this Jesus character.

    • Peaceful November 18, 2015 at 2:42 pm - Reply

      Thanks for the heads up. 😉

    • Peaceful November 19, 2015 at 3:45 pm - Reply
  15. Glenn24Rhee November 16, 2015 at 7:19 am - Reply

    I hope the voice on the radio was Glenn, but I the voice was to deep. Glenn’s voice is more subtle and recognizable, but AMC doesn’t want us to known exactly who it is. Sasha and Abraham’s scenes were just awkward. I thought Ab was definitely about to bite it when he went for the launcher. They kept showing the fence rattling at that one place, which look weak. It seemed like for a moment they were going to zoom way out and go into silence, where the fence would then fall and him along with it. I think I liked b!tchy/ I don’t care Sasha more than this preachy one.

  16. Glenn24Rhee November 16, 2015 at 7:23 am - Reply

    I really hope they don’t pull an Andrea and throw one of our survivors into the Saviors home and make next season about them escaping. If they do it better not be Glenn because if he is alive, he’s been through enough sh!t already.

  17. KingDead November 16, 2015 at 7:36 am - Reply

    Omg what a episode. Not excited about the Abraham Sasha relationship. I don’t want Sasha to have Holly storyline for a few reasons. One because I hate how she’ll die and I don’t want Sasha to die. 2 that means a certain character from Alexandria will survive no way out when I’d love to see her share the same comic fate she had and her dickhead son is plotting on Carl. 3 wtf was the point of giving Francine Holly’s original intro if you’re not going to use her do through. That right right there is just aggravating. Anyway moving on. My MF n****a Daryl proving again why he’s one of the only characters who can survive on his own by all means. Motorcycle and all he escapes the shooters. Wounded and all he bounces back. Kid napped and all he manages to escape and still show humanity and cut throat all in one when he returns to D. Gimme the gun or get a bolt through your fucking head. That’s what it felt like he said. Lol I could go on but moving on. This d guy. After first watching his first few scenes I was thinking could this be the infamous Davidson character that Aaron spoke of in season 5. He did say it was a woman in their group. I figured the other guy died and they met the other girl in a new community but wasn’t feeling it so very all decided to escape. It wasn’t until he said they been there since the beginning that made me stop feeling this way because clearly they knew nothing of Alexandria. Also the description of the community they came from did resemble the Saviors Community. This wade guy. Idk. He’s not Dwight. Could just be another one of negans generals. I don’t think it was Negan or Dwight I think it’s a issue like the had with michonne they just didn’t have the right person casted yet so they his r face. This d guy is definitely Dwight. I think this because he stole Daryl crossbow. Next we see this asshole he’ll have a hell of a burnwound and he’ll be working his way back into the good graces of Negan. Also will play a intricate role in all out war once he realizes Daryl was right and he royally fucked up by not trusting him in the first place. Last but not least the radio…. Hmmmmm who could it be…. Hmmm well I for one believe Glenn is dead but I also hold that false hope that he somehow survived. It could be him on the radio trying to be quiet to not startle the heard up again. He’s the likely candidate but something tells me it’s a big stinking trap that they should just let go. They’ve been through enough they need to go home and regroup and help out there. Plus they’re needed more there right now if anything. If that radio dude doesn’t confirm that he is Glenn I hope this one time they don’t have to be heroic. Look what happened to Daryl trying to be heroic. All in all this was a awesome episode. Can’t wait until three mid season finale. By then we’ll know what’s going on with Glenn and if that heard does some real damage. Next week episode will just be a tease but I’m thirsty for that one too. Somebody needs to get Morgan ass together. Rick says it best. You really think you can survive in THIS world without getting blood on your hands???? Eastman would’ve had to learn the hard way too

  18. NeganSavior01 November 16, 2015 at 8:16 am - Reply

    Those guys were definitely the Saviors. The announcement of the Negan casting proves that. It was timed perfectly to provide hints. Not to mention the kneeling thing.

  19. seanmathews1 November 16, 2015 at 9:13 am - Reply

    POSSIBLE SPOILER? MAYBE?

    The voice is Jesus.
    He is asking for help because he swooped in, saved Glenn and they are surrounded. Its on the way back for Daryl and co., so of course they will save the day.

    Given what has happened, Daryl will assume Jesus is one of Hilltop or a threat. They will tie him up like in the comics and we go from there.

    As Abraham said… Dollars to doughnuts.

    • BASTET. November 16, 2015 at 9:17 am - Reply

      I don’t think Jesus would sound so… weak… helpless. Not Jesus!

    • eleneetha@gmailcom November 18, 2015 at 3:46 am - Reply

      It looks like Rick simply had no choice but to run home! After Morgan screwed up and let those guys go!
      I can’t wait for the talk between Rick and Morgan. And where is his prisoner? Is Carol following Morgan around like the Ninja that she is? A real one not some worthless stick fighting..ok, not worthless, but still!

      I think the voice is Jesus. He is set to come anytime and I have seen pictures of Glen and the actor who plays him on set.
      I am so excited!

  20. mattbeef November 16, 2015 at 9:57 am - Reply

    Did you see the casing pic? The Jesus actor is 90lbs tops. If it’s not Glenn, I thought Jesus as well.

    Spoiler of sorts.
    Norman referred to D as Dwight twice in an interview this morning. So it would appear to be official.

    • seanmathews1 November 17, 2015 at 3:50 am - Reply

      Interesting… Norman spilled the beans on Dwight. Well, Negan is an interesting guy. Whereas the governor might just have killed Dwight for something similar, we know Negan has a skewed code. So…. iron anyone?

      • BigRedThoroughbred November 17, 2015 at 1:33 pm - Reply

        KingDead + seamathews1, I think you are both spot on.

        I believe “D” is Dwight, prior to the infamous iron burn. He has the trademark long wispy blonde hair and slight facial scruff. More so, if we can believe him, he is a man that looks to uphold morals and has never killed a person.
        I think the group giving chase to “D” is the Saviors army as they are well armed, and move tactically (several men set-up a perimeter that Daryl spots through the trees). They show some level of mercy by not lighting up rounds of bullets, rather they calmly coax the group to come back and all they have to do is “repay what they have taken”–a nod the the labor for safety policy of the Saviors.
        Theory: “D” and his wife (“Honey”) are on the run with one of Negan’s wives Tina after Negan looks to add “Honey” to his polygamist concubines to the dismay of “D”. The 3 decide to escape the Savior compound, take the truck and attempt to make or find a new community. After Daryl helps them escape they reflect on what it means to leave the Savior’s, as Daryl says “meet up with my friends,” then “D” quizzes “how many friends did you say?” “D” and “Honey” have to quickly decide if Daryl has enough friends/community to offer safety versus the large army of the Saviors. Intuition guides them to take the offer to “repay what they have taken,” turn-tail back to the Saviors offering info on Daryl and this potential new community they have discovered, and ultimately must offer up “Honey” to Negan as well. “D” acquires his crossbow and a sweet new face tattoo (that will be shown near the E:06.16 to illustrate Negan’s tyrannical rules + “generosity” to accept him back).

  21. RICKisagod November 16, 2015 at 11:29 am - Reply

    Geez Louise…Love stories? Really? Are they trying to morph TWD into “Love in the Time of Cholera”? I realize in high stress environments, humans beings still have needs, but come on now. The writing is getting soft. I realize you have to have loose ends for the story to tie together but this is getting very messy. That being said, it was an OK episode. The one thing you try to avoid at all costs in writing of any kind, yes, even screenplays, is coincidence. This device, if used repeatedly, proves to be disastrous to continuity. Therefore readers, and in this case viewers, get annoyed, then bored, then disinterested. I’m working on annoyed.

  22. tristainpittman November 17, 2015 at 9:03 am - Reply

    Voice on the Radio: It’s either Glenn, trying to keep his voice low because he’s surrounded by walkers (which is why it doesn’t quite sound like him), or the couple who stole Daryl’s bike. I’m really hoping it’s Glenn… because this whole side-show has gone on for too long.

    Abraham and Sasha: Awesome. I think it’s a great power-couple, and hope that Abraham doesn’t meet his comic fate, as that would likely be the end of Sasha.

    Wade: I’m definitely leaning toward him being ‘Dwight’, though I’m not ruling out ‘D’. ‘D’ has Daryl’s crossbow, and comic readers know that there is an important scene involving Dwight and a crossbow around this part of the timeline…

    Glass Tomb Walkers: So, apparently walkers don’t need oxygen to survive. Interesting. Less interesting? Another predictable, stupid, death. C’mon TWD, you’re better than this!

    The Couple: They’re clearly desperate and scared. I don’t think they are bad people, but they will likely regret crossing Daryl a second time.

    Next Week Prediction: Daryl, Sasha and Abraham make a detour to save Glenn, while Rick and company struggle to hold down the fort. The Episode ends with Glenn being saved, and the group heading back to Alexandria… while simultaneously the walls start falling. This will lead us to the mid-season finale where the walkers get inside, and the community has to fight them off. Many lives will be lost.

    • BigRedThoroughbred November 17, 2015 at 1:42 pm - Reply

      tristainpittman — love the Next Week Prediction.

      Many lives WILL be lost…and perhaps one EYE–serving as the major Season 6.A to 6.B cliffhanger.

      Could that tanker truck full of gas and 4-5 RPGs serve as means to rid a horde of thousands of walkers tearing down the walls? That would be cinematografically great and means to teach Micheal Bay what a meaningful plot-line relevant explosion looks like.

  23. Hard Case November 17, 2015 at 10:00 am - Reply

    So what if the group gets word from Glenn who is holed up and trapped somewhere and goes on a rescue mission to save him? In the season finale, Rick, Michonne, Maggie, Carl, and Heath find Glenn and are heading back home, when out of nowhere the Saviors ambush them and Negan makes his introduction…”Eenie-meenie-minie-mo-you thought Glenn would live-now he’s gotta go”… that would be a killer resolution to this missing Glenn nonsense. 🙂

  24. AlphaWolf November 18, 2015 at 8:06 am - Reply

    The truck at the end of the episode had the license plate Patty, was this perhaps what D and the girl were looking for?

  25. Palitoh November 19, 2015 at 5:22 pm - Reply

    I have my theory: That “D” guy is Dwight. He and Honey stole the crossbow from Daryl and return to their group (the Saviors). Then Honey is going to be one of Negan’s “girls”, and “D” is going to have his face burned, and is going to use the crossbow that he knows how to use.

    That guy looks alot like Dwight from the comic books.

    What do you think?


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