23 March, 2017
Warning: There are spoilers ahead for "The Walking Dead".
Episode 14 of AMC's The Walking Dead Season 7 saw Sasha sneak into the Saviors compound in an attempt to kill their leader, Negan.
Series stars Andrew Lincoln, Melissa McBride, Sonequa Martin-Green, Lauren Cohan, Josh McDermitt, Christian Serratos, Alanna Masterson, Ross Marquand, Tom Payne, Seth Gilliam and Austin Amelio joined executive producers Scott Gimple, Greg Nicotero, Robert Kirkman and David Alpert. Their conversation doesn't exactly pass the Bechdel test, but at least Rosita has reframed things so we see how her character was informed by Abraham, as opposed to existing exclusively as his supporting player. Maggie is training the Hilltoppers how to throw knives, Sasha is sharpening knives - man, they are super into knives - Maggie's having ultrasound, Sasha's drawing blueprints, Jesus is drawing blueprints, Enid's looking anxious, and Daryl's looking sad.
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Daryl then turned around, crying and apologizing, despite Maggie insisting Glenn's death was not his fault.
Furthermore, having Jesus draw Sasha a map (of The Sanctuary) and then convince her not to go weakens his character a lot, throwing in a big inconsistency given his otherwise thoughtful and cunning approach to situations.
Daryl's clearly beating himself up over Glenn's death. Greg seems to have developed a full-blown drinking problem and continues to kiss as much Savior ass as he can; in fact, he's so successful at boot licking that Simon invites him to The Sanctuary, "as long as no shenanigans occur". "He would know because he was one of the good things, too". The formerly roaming gnome known as Jesus has also finally committed to the community because of Maggie, Sasha and Enid.
During a quick conversation he says he always found it hard to get close to anyone: neighbors, friends, and boyfriends.
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Maggie responds, "You should try it some time, even if it doesn't last". As a result of this, many fans like to use the comics as a source for what will happen in the TV series. He was first introduced in issue #91 of the comic series and remains an important character in the series. Jesus is the sixth LGBT character after Tara (Alanna Masterson), Alisha (Juliana Harkavy), Aaron (Ross Marquand), Eric (Jordan Woods-Robinson) and Denise (Meritt Wever) to feature on the show. (Also? Apparently Sanctuary's doctor was Hilltop doctor's brother.) That should complicate Maggie's pregnancy a bit. Rosita wants to infiltrate the compound, kill Negan up close so she is sure he is dead.
Sasha and Rosita are taking this approach as they appear to be training members of the Hilltop to fight, but have a plan of their own.
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So far, it's a bloodless affair, at least where Rosita and Sasha are concerned.
With Season 7's penultimate episode on the horizon, AMC has released some new promotional images... I wonder if she'll have a hallucinatory death like Tyreese's where he and Bob and Abraham come back and tell her it's okay, she did her best.
I'm hoping Rosita doesn't pay the price after Sasha takes the revenge mission on herself and shuts Rosita out of Sanctuary.
Of course, Holly does not exist on Walking Dead (unless you count the short-lived background player named Holly who debuted and died in Season six's "JSS"), and Denise is long gone at this point.
"Now that we've gotten a chance to really get to know Negan and what makes him tick, I think the fans are going to really get to see this clashing of the two men that they've been waiting for all season", Marquand told E!. I always thought "waaaa waaaaaaa" was the best interpretation of that low, vaguely flatulent lament. I love those moments because really.it's something that Rosita made for Abraham.