The Walking Dead finale is just around the corner and it will have you on the edge on your seats.
Season 7 Episode 16 of “The Walking Dead” is titled “The First Day of the Rest of Your Life,” the synopsis reads, “The stakes continue to grow higher as paths cross; the group enacts an intricate plan.” The finale will be 85 minutes long and you can be sure to expect a whole lot of bloodshed. The big questions fans have been wanting to know is who is going to die next?
In the previews, you hear Dwight (Austin Amelio) telling Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) that he can slow Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and the saviors down. Dwight warns Rick and his group that the saviors are coming. He then tells them he can put some trees in the road to help give Rick and his crew more time before they arrive and as you can see the planned worked.
Back at the Sanctuary Sasha Williams (Sonequa Martin) is seen talking to Negan. You hear Sasha saying that no one has to die. Negan wants to make Rick and his group pay for betraying him and plans to kill three Alexandrians, but Sasha talks him down to only one. Little does he know she is planning on sacrificing herself so that no one she loves has to die.
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Meanwhile, Rick and his group are preparing for a war against Negan along with the junkyard gang. Once Negan and the saviors arrive Rick and his crew get a little surprise. Jadis (Pollyanna McIntosh) turns and pulls a gun on Rick. They then realize that they have been double-crossed. Negan’s plan to use Sasha to his advantage fails terribly when he opens a coffin that she agreed to ride in on the way to Alexandria. Once he opens the coffin out jumps Sasha as a walker! Then all hell breaks loose.
As Rick and his group are struggling with fighting both groups, the Kingdom and Hilltop will show up. Now the war is on. Shiva the tiger will have her a good little feast while there as well. Carol (Melissa McBride) will be seen leading The Kingdom and she will not be playing around. She will be kicking some butt and taking names. We have lots of excitement heading our way and it’s so sad to say, but we will have to wait until October for the actual all out war. It certainly gets off to a good start though in the finale. So make sure to tune into AMC’s “The Walking Dead” to catch all the action.
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