SPOILER ALERT: DO NOT READ UNLESS YOU HAVE WATCHED “THE WALKING DEAD” EPISODE “SWEAR.”
Hello, recall Heath and Tara?
They’ve been left loose since they drove off in a camper to search for provisions in the wake of ricking (apparently) take out the Saviors at the station last season. It’s been two weeks demonstrate time (the greater part a year ongoing) since they cleared out. What’s more, they are still willfully ignorant of Negan’s ridiculous retaliation that slaughtered Abraham and Glenn. What’s more, Tara additionally still doesn’t realize that Dwight executed her better half, Denise, with a crossbow dart through the eye.
So on Sunday’s night scene, we at long last got the opportunity to make up for lost time with these two foragers as they surrounded the Atlantic drift. Pickins are thin, with the exception of eight rusted jars of okra and a container of ibuprofen. Tara stays as annoyingly hopeful as ever. “There’s nothing left in this world that isn’t concealed; we simply need to discover it!”
In any case, Heath is crippled. Also, he’s spooky by the slaughter that they caused on the Saviors just before they cleared out. “You take what you would, you be able to take out who you need to, and you continue onward,” he says. “No one is in this together; not any longer.”
Their fortunes changes — and not really for the better — in the wake of finding a relinquished settlement on an extension. It’s been closed off by transportation compartments on one side, and two dump trucks and a hill of sand on the other. They mindfully pick through the surrendered autos and tents that are deserted, and all proof focuses to these individuals taking off in a rush, or passing on all of a sudden. The pile of sand is covered with shell housings. What’s more, when Tara impulsively begins delving into it, the sand heap breakdown, and many walkers begin slithering out of it.
The showrunners play with viewpoint, making it look like Heath relinquishes Tara to sudden passing in scattered flashbacks for the main portion of the show. You suspect that she tumbled off the scaffold, got cleared down stream and toward the mouth of the sea, where she’s discovered appeared on shore by a teenager and a tween. The young ladies end up being Cindy, the more seasoned one, and Rachel, the more youthful. Also, they’re from a completely new group that we haven’t met yet.
The extent of “The Walking Dead” just continues getting greater.
We take in a considerable measure about these two young ladies with a snappy scene that serves as the frosty open at the scene’s starting: Cindy finds a teddy bear, which she supposes Rachel will appreciate once they dry it out and fill it with wise and lavender. In any case, Rachel takes more thoroughly enjoy murdering a walker on the shoreline with a solitary push of her lance. She later tosses the saturated teddy in the sea in an attack of disdain when she’s banned from slaughtering Tara — an oblivious, unarmed individual who is representing no danger right now.
It looks back to the hazardous course Carl was once heading in when he shot an unarmed teenager working for the Governor. Rachel is avid to murder Tara. Cindy just barely figures out how to extra Tara’s life, and make Rachel guarantee not to nark about it.
We discover that these two originate from a group made totally of ladies — and maybe a couple little young men — that have concealed themselves in an intensely thicketed part of the forested areas on the drift. They were a piece of a bigger group — it’s suggested it may be the gathering that was living on the scaffold. (They were in any event acquainted with the scaffold group when Tara specified it.)
Yet, they got into a war with the Saviors, and lost. Gravely. Negan and his men murdered the greater part of the men and young men more than 10, and the rest of the females were then expected to work for them. In any case, the ladies disappeared in the night, and have fabricated a super-mystery society by the water since. They live in consistent dread of the Saviors discovering them again — or of somebody like Tara driving Negan back to them. So they execute everybody they see without hesitation — something that Cindy has done, and finds as offensive as Heath discovered murdering the Saviors.
Tara discovers the concealed town when Cindy brings her nourishment and water. Tara takes after her back, and watches the ladies working and youngsters playing in what appears to be a repurposed campground finish with lodges, kayaks and open air tables. The sentries spy Tara, who scrambles toward it, however is at last got by one protect. Tara incapacitates her, yet saves her life, thumping her out with the knob of her rifle.
In any case, then Tara gets got by youthful Rachel, who is prepared to shoot her. Once more. “Doesn’t make a difference. Should,” the tyke says coolly, positioning her gun, yet at the end of the day Cindy ventures up and stops her. Before long Tara is encompassed, cuffed, and the ladies take her into the principle house for addressing.
Town pioneer Natanya, Cindy’s grandma, shares that they saved Tara’s life since Tara saved one of theirs; however now they’re screwed over thanks to what to do with her. They present a solid defense for her to stay with them. They likewise put forth a solid defense for murdering her. Be that as it may, Tara needs to go home, and for these ladies and the Alexandrians to cooperate. “On the off chance that you continue considering everybody to be a foe, then adversaries are all you ever discover,” Tara says. “At some point or another, you require a companion.”
Natanya appears to consent to this, and sends two scouts apparently to escort Tara back to the scaffold to discover Heath. At that point they should accompany Tara to Alexandria to choose whether the group looks safe. Cindy is requested to remain behind.
Goodness, and beguiling youthful Rachel spits at Tara’s feet as she’s taking off. Tara flips her the fowl consequently.
In any case, something’s spoiled in these woods, and it’s not only the walker that they unearth. It turns out to be clear these ladies are driving Tara out in the forested areas to slaughter her, not to take her home. What’s more, speculating that, Tara utilizes the diversion of taking out a zombie to take off all of a sudden away.
However, Beatrice — the monitor whose life Tara saved before — makes up for lost time with her. Tara requests that Beatrice save her life consequently, yet that is when Beatrice clarifies that they can’t chance Tara bringing the fierceness of the Saviors upon them. She dashes icy water on the majority of Tara’s trusts: Not just did Tara and Rick and organization not verge on dealing with the Saviors, however the Saviors have likely as of now gutted Tara’s people group. Which we know is valid.
“You have no clue what you began,” Beatrice says. “In the event that [the Saviors] think about your companions, it’s as of now past the point of no return for them. … They get what they need.”
Cindy comes through for Tara once more, in any case, and handles Beatrice so that our young lady can escape. Cindy gets up to speed with Tara, and makes her swear not to enlighten anybody at Alexandria regarding their little group over here. At that point she helps Tara return to the scaffold, gives her a knapsack with some sustenance and water in it, a lance, and a seashell arm ornament to recollect that them by. Cindy then lays some cover gunfire for Tara to gone through the walkers with.
What’s more, we get another flashback to Tara and Heath battling off the zombies, and this time we see that Heath truly tried to help Tara. “We’re in this together!” she shouts at him, as they are each overpowered by the walkers. “I know!” he says, shedding his criticism from prior. Be that as it may, then the walkers drag Tara off the scaffold, and she dismisses Heath.
In the present, there’s a fakeout where we see a zombie from behind that looks like Heath, however it ends up being a female walker. Tara discovers Heath’s broken glasses, however she likewise observes treadmarks from their camper peeling out toward home. So we can trust that Heath still made it.
Tara strolls her direction home gradually and consistently, notwithstanding getting a bobblehead specialist for Denise at a deserted knick-knacks shop. Oh, the viewers realize that Denise has been dead for a couple of weeks.
What’s more, when Tara at long last returns to the doors of Alexandria, one take a gander at Eugene’s face advises her that the notices of the ladies by the ocean were on point. The Saviors have hit her home, as well. Denise, Abraham and Glenn are dead; these were three of the general population she was nearest to in the gathering. She sits in the clinic, lamenting and supporting the specialist bobblehead.
Rosita, who’s grieving Abraham, inquires as to whether she discovered something out there — firearms, ammunition, anything — that they can use to settle the score with the Saviors. Rosita is still determined to inflict some damage, and has obviously lost tolerance with sitting tight for Eugene to make her a shot.
Tara takes a gander at the shell arm jewelery from Cindy that is presently hung around her rundown, and seems to consider ruining the shoreline group’s disguise for a minute. She needs to get exact retribution on the Saviors for butchering Denise, Abraham and Glenn as much as anybody.
In any case, she keeps the vow she pledged to Cindy, and tells Rosita that, “I didn’t see anything like that out there.”
— If you rewatch this scene, take a drink every time Tara swears that she’s “cool.” Drink twice every time she tries to clench hand knock somebody.
— When Tara says she and her companion have put in the previous couple of years on an angling watercraft, the ladies trap her in a lie by soliciting what kind from pontoon she was on. Fess up — some of you additionally thought a larder was a watercraft, and not an expansive space to store meat and nourishment.
— Is this the last will see of the ladies by the ocean? Do you think Negan or one of his men will notice Tara’s seashell arm ornament, and associate it to their MIA laborers?
Who else is simply tingling for the Kingdom, the Hilltop, the Beach people group and Alexandria to ascend and simply take the Saviors out unequivocally? Season finale, anybody?
— Cindy has Roman numerals inked to her wrist, making up the numbers 26, 13, 22 and 9. What do they remain for? The quantity of men, ladies, young men and young ladies executed from her group, including her sibling? Do they allude to the zombies or the general population that she’s needed to murder?
— Is any other person stressed over Heath driving that camper back home without his glasses? Additionally, do we know whether he made it home?