You may believe that a great Negan to escape The walking dead, something that does not happen until much later, in the source material of comics, was practically a late reflection in the full Sunday episode? As if that was not enough, many questions went unanswered, at least one fan favorite died, and the survivors got into some really scary corners. It's hard to choose just one or two bizarre or shocking moments from The walking dead Season 9 final season, so here are a few of them.
The Whisperers finally arrived The walking dead, although the way this episode has fallen may not have been the way fans expected this long-awaited group. As the characters in the AMC series discussed the upcoming "fair" among the various outposts, fans could have been reminded of a similar event in the comics. Alpha, the leader of the Whisperers, infiltrates the book fair – and is one of the inciting incidents of war. However, neither the fair nor Alpha appeared late Sunday.
Instead, the quest to rescue Eugene and efforts to find a home for Magna's group had some terrifying twists. Here are just a few of them to roll in your mind until the series returns in February 2019.
1. Negan * Casually * gets out of jail
So that happened, right? Gabriel let him out? Gabriel just forgot? Negan coming out is cell is a big deal for the series and no one even noticed yet. That being said, in the comics, there is a fake with the door of Negan being open – so even if we see him reunited with Lucille in the promotion for the rest of the season, it may take a while until that happens.
2. The Whisperer Reveal
Daryl holding that head mask was relaxing, and it's really cool how the survivors have to figure out what the Whisperers are, right? The fact that the group is seriously concerned that hikers have developed the ability to speak is a good way to introduce this new clan.
Is Jesus dead?
Unfortunately, it looks like it is. That graveyard fight was something else, though The fog, the twilight blue light and those "talking" zombies. It was so different and like this spooky.
"You are where you do not belong," said the Whisper that killed Jesus. What at that to mean? Some kind of Whisperer slogan? Add this to the list of mysteries for the return of the series in February.
4. The Hut In The Forest
Why is there a teenage drama subplot in The walking dead now, and why do teenagers living in a zombie apocalypse willingly place themselves in a situation of the most basic horror films? The fact that they probably have not seen any movies, since they grew up after the world crashed, hardly seems an excuse. In addition, the fact that Enid does not seem to be totally interested in being a part of "zombies Riverdale " is particularly hilarious, since she and Carl practically invented it.
5. Earl's Lesson for Henry
After the foster son of Carol and Ezekiel had had fun with the other young people at the top of the mountain, Earl locked him for 38 hours and instructed him about the error of his ways. Yes, the same Earl who got lost (six years ago for him, less than a month for all of us) and tried to kill Maggie. What paper model
6. Daryl Has A Dog And His Name Is Dog
OK, of course, this was revealed slowly this season, but watching the two interacting is still wild.
7. Why is Tara so cold?
We still do not know what happened in those six years that is making everyone act so weird around each other. However … Tara is the top leader of the hill, especially now that Jesus is dead and she and Michonne apparently still have some strange steak.
That's a lot to ponder. The peaceful world in The walking dead was only broken by various threats, not to mention the personal drama between our heroes that apparently can not be resolved by embracing him. Mix it up with zombie masks and Season 9 became even weirder.