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Though some character motivations remain boggling, a dangerous morality shift between hero and villain -- along with a gratifyingly gruesome death -- make "Still Gotta Mean Something" an enthralling lead-up to the final two episodes of this The Walking Dead season.
Jadis has always been an enigma, but this episode didn't really serve to flesh her out in any significant way, and Negan doesn't offer any new info, or at least any we couldn't already infer.
Okay, look. Things are really getting out of hand in season 8 of The Walking Dead -- and I mean that as a compliment.
It seems like the producers are trying to take Negan down a different path than he went down in the comics, and I like that.
I was determined to go into this week's episode of The Walking Dead with an open mind. I wanted to look for the good, I really did. Instead, I got a brutal, nihilistic reminder of the show's most fundamental problem: Rick Grimes.
It's one that leaves me wondering how much longer we're going to be left trudging along with nothing much propelling the show forward.
"Still Gotta Mean Something" had some cool action, a particularly heartless Rick, and a very satisfying death... but it sort of squandered the rest of it.
Although some critics refer to it as the "Disney Death," that old trick of seemingly killing off characters only to revive them hastily will soon be more closely associated with The Walking Dead if things keep on at the current rate.
I'm definitely intrigued by the helicopter and the mysterious passenger in Negan's car, and I'm actually looking forward to Negan's plans for Simon and Dwight,
Most of us are suffering from Savior fatigue, but even for an episode where not much of great significance happens, there's still a lot to unpack here.
Here's something we never thought we'd say about a current episode of The Walking Dead: one of the best sequences involved Negan. It's an Easter miracle!