The Walking Dead Season 7: Episode 7, Carl Saviors in our criticism
Last night AMC aired episode 7 of Season 7 of The Walking Dead and you can not discover that our critique of “Sing Me A Song”. Beware of spoilers!
New week, new on AMC zombie adventures! After you have found Carl who took off his headband in an excerpt from episode 7 of Season 7 of The Walking Dead , now is our criticism of “Sing Me A Song” they offer you. Obviously as usual, beware spoilers if you have not seen the episode. As expected this is the Sanctuary we spend the most time this week but AMC made the episode a little more momentum as we walk with Michonne, Rick and Aaron, Rosita, Eugene, Spencer and Father Gabriel. We feel that intrigues converge to the final winter even though it is not always very reassuring . Michonne and Rosita are planning both their vengeance on their side so that they would be more effective together. Spencer his side demonstrated ingenuity but always to better serve Saviors while continuing to maintain an endless resentment towards Rick. The latter found a very well kept property and promising with Aaron but one wonders whether the result will live up to their expectations.
On the side of Carl and Jesus, the road to the Sanctuary continues but when Jesus jumped from the truck, Carl remains inside. A movement as predictable as stupid since it only after catching a gun as if it would be sufficient while its vision is greatly reduced. As expected, his blitz attracts Negan but his moment of glory did not last long since the Dwight control fairly quickly before the helpless eyes of Daryl . The suite is pretty surreal since Negan did do a small tour to Carl and does not hide his satisfaction with the son of his new enemy and audacity. He presents his women and gives him a beer, a rather fatherly ritual that shows how Negan would make his disciple Carl. Yet after a discussion with Sherry and reprimand to Daryl in a mysterious savior that gives the chance to escape at the end of the episode, the award ends up falling. As punishment, Negan asks Carl to remove his blindfold and cracked before apologizing promptly. Like a cult comics scene, he then asked to sing a song while it softens wrist Lucille waving in every direction.
This small time oh so reassuring past Carl attends the famous iron punishment board but it does not stop threatening Negan again. He decided to bring it back to Alexandria and there met Judith to end the episode on a rather disturbing scene in which Negan, Carl and Judith are on the porch of the house of Rick pending his return. In the end of Carl arrival at the Sanctuary will we learned more about this community that episode 4 which we are taken for the first time. Moreover even the character of Carl is shown in a new light that makes it more interesting that most intrigues that were given him so far . The dynamic between Carl and Negan works well and makes us want to see how this strange relationship will be developed in the future. With “Sing Me A Song”, the series prepares us effectively to final mid-season while cleverly exploiting the potential of Negan and its impact on all the characters whose lives are all now facing him. Until next week, it was still asked what happened to Carol Morgan and in season 7 of The Walking Dead . And you, what did you think of the episode?