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You’ve even caught yourself feeling a little sorry that you previously held the misconception that all girls that look this great are vapid and stuck up.
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With guns, knives and cleavers aimed in their faces eh group look terrified - save for Rick who smiles echoing Michonne’s words earlier on in the episode: “We’re here. We’re the ones who live.” Perhaps if he gets these people on side, they'll stand a chance in taking down the Saviours together.
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Titled 'Rock in the Road,' the episode saw Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and the gang attempt to recruit new faction The Kingdom into the upcoming war against Negan and his Saviours. Father Gabriel takes off - against his will Episode eight’s post-credits sequence saw a hooded figure spying on Alexandria as Father Gabriel (Seth Gilliam) stood guard during the night.
This outing begins with the anguished priest as he reads his bible; departing his station, he stocks up on food, weapons and petrol after taking a notebook containing what looks like co-ordinates as well as a drawing of Negan’s baseball bat and driving off into the night. It seems he may have been forced to leave at his own will in scenes that we'll see in a future episode - enhanced somewhat by the second figure appearing in the passenger seat as he drives off. King Ezekiel - and Morgan - are proving tough customers After the still-annoying Gregory (Xander Berkeley) refuses to help, Jesus (Tom Payne) takes Rick and the gang to “seek an audience with the king” at the Kingdom. Rick pleas with him to join in their fight against the Saviours, filling in Morgan (Lennie James) on the deaths of Glenn, Abraham, et al. Ezekiel, however, can’t help Rick - he has the blood of too many people on his hands.
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You listen to the same bands and have similar interests, irks, aspirations, and idiosyncrasies.