'The Walking Dead' Season 7, Episode 12: Rick, Michonne In Danger; Rosita Makes A Move Alone

Rick and Michonne will need to battle their way out in a large group of walkers while searching for supplies in "The Walking Dead" season 7, episode 12. Meanwhile, spoilers reveal Rosita will go for an alone mission.

Fans saw Negan for the first time in the "The Walking Dead" season 7B in this week's episode. Dwight framed Dr. Carson of letting Daryl go to remove Negan's trail on Sheryl and concocted a story that Sheryl has died. Meanwhile, it looks like Eugene has completely succumbed to the dark side.

The official synopsis for "The Walking Dead" season 7, episode 12 via Spoiler TV revealed the group will search for supplies. The sneak peak video for next week's episode feature Rick and Michonne entering a compound which looked like a previous base of some American soldiers. "Something has seriously happened here, a long time ago," Michonne said as they observed the place -- empty shells of gun bullets are on the ground. They also found some supplies of ammunition from a soldier zombie.

However, Rick won't be satisfied and urge Michonne that they search some more. "We should get back," Michonne said in the episode 12 promo as Rick drives the car. "Just a little more, Okay," Rick answers. The next thing, they are fighting to find their way out in a large group of walkers. There is also a glimpse of Rick's bloody face. "It's not about us anymore, it's about our future

Meanwhile, it looks like Rosita is off on a search mission by herself. The promo also shows Rosita wandering alone to find supplies. In episode 11, Tara suggested that the group should go back but Rosita said she can go alone to find supplies. "I can't just wait," Rosita said in the episode 12 promo. The synopsis also revealed someone in Alexandria must make a challenging decision.

"The Walking Dead" season 7, episode 12 titled "Say Yes" will air on Sunday, March 5 at 9 p.m. ET on AMC.

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