The Walking Dead Season 8, Episode 10 Review: Depressingly on Point

Posted by March 5, 2018 Comment

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We’re back once again with another edition of Bleeding Cool’s weekly recap of AMC‘s The Walking Dead Season 8; and after saying our final goodbyes to Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs), we’re back to the main action in a big way that was more emotionally painful than even the mid-season premiere. You’ll find our “revap” (review/recap) of the series’ tenth episode ‘The Lost and the Plunderers’ after an episode reminder and a little disclaimer.

The Walking Dead Episode 8×010 ‘The Lost and the Plunderers’: Groups unite their forces and converge on the Hilltop; Aaron and Enid search for allies; Simon takes matters into his own hands.

The show’s mid-season finale saw Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and his coalition beaten pretty hard but still not broken, driven underground by a newly emboldened Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and the Saviors. As the Hilltop readies itself for a final battle and the Saviors poised to launch a final strike, our heroes have realized that “It’s Time to Finish the Fight!” Aside from Carl (Riggs) shuffling off this mortal coil during the mid-season opener and Morgan (Lennie James) set to move on to Fear the Walking Dead, all bets are off going into the final eight episodes.

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But one quick thing before we get our recap under way…

Just to be clear, this is what I like to call a “revap”: a recap/review/stream of consciousness mash-up “monster” all its own — but I will be covering some themes and takeaways involving major and minor plot points from the episode. Just something to keep in mind before watching or re-watching the episode. Definitely not looking to have angry fellow geeks outside my apartment with pitchforks and torches because I slacked off on the spoiler warnings.

AMC gives us a behind-the-scenes look at the horrifically tragic “zombie grinder” scene from the episode:

Negan (Morgan) tries to convince Rick (Lincoln) to stop fighting before he loses any more loved ones in the final scene from the episode:

Thanks for joining us this week, and make sure to join us next week as we take a look at:

The Walking Dead Episode 8×11 ‘Dead or Alive Or’: Daryl finds himself in bad company as his group heads to the Hilltop; Maggie makes difficult decisions at the Hilltop; Gabriel’s faith becomes tested.

The Walking Dead Season 8, Episode 9 Review: “I Will Honor You, Carl”

The Walking Dead Season 8, Episode 8 Recap: “That’s How It’s Gotta Be”

The Walking Dead Season 8, Episode 7 Recap: “I Am a Small Person”

The Walking Dead Season 8, Episode 6 Recap: “Who Am I to Choose for Them?”

The Walking Dead Season 8, Episode 5 Recap: “Things Change, Man”

The Walking Dead Season 8, Episode 4 Recap: “And Yet I Smile”

The Walking Dead Season 8, Episode 3 Recap: “He’s Not Worth Killing; Not Yet, Anyway”

The Walking Dead Season 8, Episode 2 Recap: “Fake It Till You Make It, Baby”

The Walking Dead S08E01 Recap: ‘You’re Gonna Make Me Count?’

(Last Updated March 5, 2018 2:11 pm )

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