S07E13

Okay, it was brought to my attention that I never finished and submitted last week’s recap (:O), which is pretty wild because that was one awesome episode. So, without further ado, let’s get in there!
OOOOOOOOOMMMMMMMGGGGGGGG! So much jawdropping in one episode. I came to realize that we do not drop our jaws as much during action scenes as much as we do at statements or at scenes that are a single, simple action, such as a hand shake or a YOU HURT JERRY, YOU BASTARD!”. Speaking of Jerry, omg the look on his face. He didn’t even have to give a Rick promise for me to see that he will get back to the Savior and end him!!! Sometimes silence drops our jaw and bulges our eyes! I was on the edge of my seat throughout this whole episode, and I had no intention of being there. LOL! As I have mentioned before, I run a group chat during the show in my TWD group on Facebook because, as TWD fans, we are often screaming at the TV and beating up or crying into the throw pillows, so it’s refreshing to yell to like-minded folk. Click here to join us.
Was anyone else asking their television what was up with one damn crate loaded onto the truck?!?! I could tell it wasn’t going to be a good reason by the look on everyone’s faces and how few words were spoken, but damn I am pissed at the reason! Benjamin’s death stirred up A LOT! And there were a lot of beasts awoken in this episode: Richard’s evilness, Morgan’s craziness, and a Savior’s softness. We also saw that it woke up a few more – Carol, Ezekiel, and Jerry – and gave us promise of their beastly actions in the future.
The episode began with a new character (to us) approaching King Ezekiel about problems in the garden. They have weevils! This is hard news to take. They rely on produce a lot. That’s how they have been keeping the Saviors at bay, not to mention keeping them fed inside the Kingdom. They cannot afford this. The lady suggests burning the crop. That is, in these circumstances, the best way to get rid of the weevils. I took it to be very symbolical, and there was quite a bit about REBIRTH in this episode (as I mentioned before, many beasts are awakening). And Shiva gives a slight roar as if to agree, and new lady leaves us, talking about pissing herself. LOL. So the Kingdom is Peepee Pants City. HA.
Now about Richard… His future didn’t look so good when he decided not to like Carol, anyway. LOL. That’s just a bad choice. I did feel his pain and his frustration. It did not look like anything would ever be done about Negan and The Saviors. He, too, had lost his family and was living in misery, but along the way he took a few wrong turns! Looks like at least two from where I’m standing. So Richard comes up with this brilliant plan, sets up a road block that points to a grave with a sign that reads, ‘Bury me here’. The crew didn’t know who was supposed to be buried there, so they just saw it as such a pity, figuring there was a Walker roaming around the area that was intended for that grave. But while everyone is investigating this road block, Richard hides a cantaloupe. The reason for this is to make their delivery late and short! As soon as they pull up Gavin (the Savior’s ‘drop off’ leader) yells at them. He then demands they turn over their weapons. Which led to another one of my eye bulging scenes, and all of our buddies raise their weapons. A screaming match and some scuffling and my Jerry gets hit!!  HELL TO THE NAW!
I was hoping shit would get shut down right then and there, but Ezekiel (bugeyed and nasals flared) calms the crowd. Everyone turns over their weapons, but them looks! Jerry, especially, was shooting laser beams out of his eyes. Y’all really messed up! HELL, even Daniel (y’all remember the ‘Knight’ looking for his horse way back when Morgan was looking for his Carol) had a ‘Oh no, you didn’t’ look for them. Doesn’t it look like he’s ready to slay some dragons?
Jarad (long hair asshole) thinks it’s all funny. Your mistake. So we come to Gavin discovering one melon short. That’s my new line, “He’s one melon short of a drop off”. And here is what Richard had in his head: since he and Jarad had a scuffle and both hate each other, it would appear that Richard would be the one he takes out “as a lesson”. But Jarad does something no one saw coming and shoots Benjamin. Morgan’s student. Carol’s spy.
You could not have sealed your fate any worse than that!!! The team bring wounded Benjamin to Carol’s house – apparently because hers was the quickest to get to, and she had some medical training from Herschel, but I see more reasons Ezekiel chose her house. Benjamin dies on Carol’s dining room table. The same table where Carol recently served her beloved Daryl. Morgan finishes Benjamin off with a knife in the skull. Double whammy. Then Morgan goes off and goes bat shit! We see him screaming at people that are not there, spinning around, and squaring up ready to fight his demons if they were to pop out of his head! Well Morgan is back!! Of course, after his mad fit, he confronts Richard, who explains to him that it was supposed to be him that died, and that it was to wake Morgan up and bring him back around. Richard, you get an A+ honey.
So the crew head back with one damn melon. Gavin learns of Benjamin’s fate, and we see a peek at some human feelings in him. Gavin sends Jarad walking back to The Sanctuary, and then Morgan, realizing Richard is not coming clean, releases his beast! Morgan kills Richard with his bare hands while everyone (both sides) stands there eyes wide and mouths opened. Only Ezekiel was shouting at Morgan, but even that wasn’t full force. Morgan tells them what Richard did. And all is finished…except Richard’s body is just lying there on the street. Morgan will come back and drag his body off to that grave.
Yep, lessoned learned, thanx Richard. Now Morgan tells Carol everything. He tells her about Negan and who Negan had killed. That did it! Carol’s break is over! She packed up and we see her heading off. We will find out later if she went to The Hilltop or straight back to Alexandria. I personally am excited to learn what Carol has became during her break. No one will know until shit hits the fan again (as it is certain to). I cannot wait to see the look on Carol’s face when she finds out Negan cooked spaghetti for Rick. HAHAHAHA! Carol is going to kill Negan with spaghetti, you wait and see! LOL I’m just tickled pissless that my Carol is back!

And DAMN!!! That was some awesome Walker kill with a street sign. Was that One Way also symbolic? Probably!
The episode ends showing Ezekiel replanting the garden, with the help of Benjamin’s little brother – once again a symbolic statement about rebirth – and Ezekiel is ready. 🙂
RECAP: TWD, S07E13, Bury Me Here

RECAP: TWD, S07E13, Bury Me Here

Okay, it was brought to my attention that I never finished and submitted last week's recap (:O), which is pretty wild because that was one awesome episode. So, without further ado, let's get in there!
OOOOOOOOOMMMMMMMGGGGGGGG! So much jawdropping in one episode. I came to realize that we do not drop our jaws as much during action scenes as much as we do at statements or at scenes that are a single, simple action, such as a hand shake or a YOU HURT JERRY, YOU BASTARD!”. Speaking of Jerry, omg the look on his face. He didn't even have to give a Rick promise for me to see that he will get back to the Savior and end him!!! Sometimes silence drops our jaw and bulges our eyes! I was on the edge of my seat throughout this whole episode, and I had no intention of being there. LOL! As I have mentioned before, I run a group chat during the show in my TWD group on Facebook because, as TWD fans, we are often screaming at the TV and beating up or crying into the throw pillows, so it’s refreshing to yell to like-minded folk. Click here to join us.
Was anyone else asking their television what was up with one damn crate loaded onto the truck?!?! I could tell it wasn't going to be a good reason by the look on everyone's faces and how few words were spoken, but damn I am pissed at the reason! Benjamin's death stirred up A LOT! And there were a lot of beasts awoken in this episode: Richard's evilness, Morgan's craziness, and a Savior's softness. We also saw that it woke up a few more - Carol, Ezekiel, and Jerry - and gave us promise of their beastly actions in the future.
The episode began with a new character (to us) approaching King Ezekiel about problems in the garden. They have weevils! This is hard news to take. They rely on produce a lot. That's how they have been keeping the Saviors at bay, not to mention keeping them fed inside the Kingdom. They cannot afford this. The lady suggests burning the crop. That is, in these circumstances, the best way to get rid of the weevils. I took it to be very symbolical, and there was quite a bit about REBIRTH in this episode (as I mentioned before, many beasts are awakening). And Shiva gives a slight roar as if to agree, and new lady leaves us, talking about pissing herself. LOL. So the Kingdom is Peepee Pants City. HA.
Now about Richard... His future didn't look so good when he decided not to like Carol, anyway. LOL. That's just a bad choice. I did feel his pain and his frustration. It did not look like anything would ever be done about Negan and The Saviors. He, too, had lost his family and was living in misery, but along the way he took a few wrong turns! Looks like at least two from where I'm standing. So Richard comes up with this brilliant plan, sets up a road block that points to a grave with a sign that reads, 'Bury me here'. The crew didn't know who was supposed to be buried there, so they just saw it as such a pity, figuring there was a Walker roaming around the area that was intended for that grave. But while everyone is investigating this road block, Richard hides a cantaloupe. The reason for this is to make their delivery late and short! As soon as they pull up Gavin (the Savior's 'drop off' leader) yells at them. He then demands they turn over their weapons. Which led to another one of my eye bulging scenes, and all of our buddies raise their weapons. A screaming match and some scuffling and my Jerry gets hit!!  HELL TO THE NAW!
I was hoping shit would get shut down right then and there, but Ezekiel (bugeyed and nasals flared) calms the crowd. Everyone turns over their weapons, but them looks! Jerry, especially, was shooting laser beams out of his eyes. Y'all really messed up! HELL, even Daniel (y'all remember the 'Knight' looking for his horse way back when Morgan was looking for his Carol) had a 'Oh no, you didn't' look for them. Doesn't it look like he's ready to slay some dragons?
Jarad (long hair asshole) thinks it's all funny. Your mistake. So we come to Gavin discovering one melon short. That's my new line, “He's one melon short of a drop off”. And here is what Richard had in his head: since he and Jarad had a scuffle and both hate each other, it would appear that Richard would be the one he takes out “as a lesson”. But Jarad does something no one saw coming and shoots Benjamin. Morgan's student. Carol's spy.
You could not have sealed your fate any worse than that!!! The team bring wounded Benjamin to Carol's house – apparently because hers was the quickest to get to, and she had some medical training from Herschel, but I see more reasons Ezekiel chose her house. Benjamin dies on Carol's dining room table. The same table where Carol recently served her beloved Daryl. Morgan finishes Benjamin off with a knife in the skull. Double whammy. Then Morgan goes off and goes bat shit! We see him screaming at people that are not there, spinning around, and squaring up ready to fight his demons if they were to pop out of his head! Well Morgan is back!! Of course, after his mad fit, he confronts Richard, who explains to him that it was supposed to be him that died, and that it was to wake Morgan up and bring him back around. Richard, you get an A+ honey.
So the crew head back with one damn melon. Gavin learns of Benjamin's fate, and we see a peek at some human feelings in him. Gavin sends Jarad walking back to The Sanctuary, and then Morgan, realizing Richard is not coming clean, releases his beast! Morgan kills Richard with his bare hands while everyone (both sides) stands there eyes wide and mouths opened. Only Ezekiel was shouting at Morgan, but even that wasn't full force. Morgan tells them what Richard did. And all is finished...except Richard's body is just lying there on the street. Morgan will come back and drag his body off to that grave.
Yep, lessoned learned, thanx Richard. Now Morgan tells Carol everything. He tells her about Negan and who Negan had killed. That did it! Carol's break is over! She packed up and we see her heading off. We will find out later if she went to The Hilltop or straight back to Alexandria. I personally am excited to learn what Carol has became during her break. No one will know until shit hits the fan again (as it is certain to). I cannot wait to see the look on Carol's face when she finds out Negan cooked spaghetti for Rick. HAHAHAHA! Carol is going to kill Negan with spaghetti, you wait and see! LOL I'm just tickled pissless that my Carol is back!

And DAMN!!! That was some awesome Walker kill with a street sign. Was that One Way also symbolic? Probably!
The episode ends showing Ezekiel replanting the garden, with the help of Benjamin's little brother - once again a symbolic statement about rebirth - and Ezekiel is ready. 🙂
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