WARNING: Contains spoilers!
Four episodes into the current season of The Walking Dead and, as Negan’s grip tightens, things aren’t looking great for our group…
Thanks to the trailer for Go Getters, we know what to expect from the next episode, but AMC has now released titles and plot overviews for episodes six, seven and eight as well, reports Digital Spy.
And from the info we have it seems like fans of the comics can expect a few iconic moments to be adapted – so if you don’t fancy spoilers you should probably stop reading…
The synopsis for episode six – called Swear – says:
Someone stumbles upon a brand new society, and this society is unlike anything seen before.
So it looks like Tara and Heath look are about to return from their supply run – which let’s face it – we’d mostly forgotten about.
It sounds like they’ve come across a new group and there’s been a lot of speculation over whether this ‘society’ will be a group from the comics (Oceanside perhaps?) or an entirely new group…
Episode seven (Sing Me a Song) is described as:
A deeper look at the Sanctuary and the world of the Saviours as members of Alexandria look for supplies.
Not much to go on really – or is there…? The interesting thing here is the title. It sounds like this episode could adapt a seriously great scene from the comics where Carl comes face to face with Negan.
Having sneaked to the Sanctuary and killed several of Negan’s men, Carl is caught and sits down with Negan for a ‘little chat’.
He makes Carl take off his eye patch, before bizarrely making the teenager sing to him as punishment and then gets the kid to hold Lucille for a bit while he irons the face of an unfortunate rule-breaker – this episode could be an absolute belter!
Next we’re on to Hearts Still Beating which is described as:
Negan’s unwelcome visit to Alexandria continues as other members scavenge for supplies; things quickly spin out of control.
The midseason finale is bound to go out with a bang as Negan continues his bastardly tormenting of Alexandria.
And if Rick is one of those out scavenging for supplies we can probably expect the death of yet another regular character at this point.
If they choose to stay true to the comics it’ll be Spencer who meats his end – and AMC’s official character bio for the last surviving Monroe does suggest his arc will be similar to the comics.
Let’s face it, it could be worse – he’s a bit of a douche bag.