Everyone has the same idea on The Walking Dead: find as many guns as possible, by any means necessary. Here’s the preview for episode twelve, “Say Yes”!
Well, this season of The Walking Dead has certainly taken a turn after last week. “Hostiles and Calamities” focused on Eugene and his place in the Sanctuary as well as Dwight’s. Could we be seeing an unlikely alliance in the future? My sincere hope is that Eugene is using his master lying skills on Negan and is planning a way to take them down from the inside. After spending this week thinking about it, I refuse to believe that Eugene would turn his back on Glenn and Abraham. When he says, “I am Negan.”, it hurts, but there’s always more to this show than meets the eye.
Then there’s Dwight. His ex-wife ran away after she helped Daryl escape, and she left a letter for Dwight in their old home, explaining why she wasn’t waiting for him. Dwight isn’t a good man anymore, and she partially blames herself for that. It seems that the last of Dwight’s caring goes out the door with Sherry, because he promptly frames the Sanctuary’s doctor and Negan throws him into a furnace for thinking he helped Sherry leave.
Thankfully, we’re away from there this week, and we have a whole new set of problems to deal with.
First up, Rosita.
Rosita is on a self-destructive path and continues to barrel on full force. She wants revenge for Abraham and Glenn, maybe even Spencer, too, but she’s reckless. As Michonne said in season four, “Anger makes you stupid. And stupid gets you killed.”
Someone send that advice to Rosita ASAP.
Next, we have our favorite couple, Michonne and Rick.
We’re also getting a side trip with Rick and Michonne this episode. It’s date night and they’re hitting up a walker invested carnival. They’ve had some really awesome battle scenes together this season, from the cars slicing down the herd of walkers on the road to the junk yard walker. I have high hopes for the carnival of the dead they’re going into.
Plus, if you caught The Talking Dead last week, you know we’re getting a steamy Richonne episode, and I can’t wait. I love that the writers have managed to make these two a couple without compromising their characters, specifically Michonne’s.
Which brings us to the title of the episode, “Say Yes.” What exactly is the question that they want answered with a yes? Who’s asking it? Or is this a questions that multiple people will have to answer this episode?
You can check out all the sneak peeks for “Say Yes” below, and be sure to comment and tell us what you think the question is! Who do you think is asking it?
The Walking Dead airs Sundays at 9 PM ET on AMC.