“The Walking Dead” Season 7 Episode 16: Here Are The Highlights That You Might Have Missed

The much-awaited conflict between the emerging factions in "The Walking Dead" has undeniably been surrounded by months of anticipation whether what's going to happen next. The show has already introduced to Oceanside, Jadis, and the power struggle at Hilltop, Ezekiel's Kingdom and Negan's Sanctuary. All of which has been seen as the reason for some lines to be intertwined, in order to create some drama to be burning up at Alexandria.

Episode 16: The First Day Of The Rest Of Your Life

Unfortunately, according to Metro, while the show's season finale has allegedly included all the rattling gunfire that an audience could ever hope for, it turns out to be the other way around. What has actually happened is that the impact has been softened due to the familiarity and predictability of the showdown, not to mention the lack of major casualties that many were perhaps expecting. However, the good thing for one of the characters, Sasha, who was purportedly never been shortchanged because although many have been expecting her exit to the show, it was done beautifully.

Furthermore, as per The Independent, although it's always sad to see old-timers depart the series, Sasha, who was first introduced back in the third season's prison arc, is no different. However, the show has reportedly made sure of it that it's her final moments that will endure as her most memorable, and they seem to be very successful in doing so. As of the press time, writers of "The Walking Dead" seem to haven't successfully found their way around the paradox of having made their characters fully embrace violence while wanting them to feel really bad about it.

Ultimately, "The Walking Dead" season seven is set to air its season finale tonight at 9 pm on Fox. Scott Gimple, the Showrunner was quoted to have assured the viewers that unlike the controversial season six finale, this year's would not end on a cliffhanger.


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