The Walking Dead Season 7 has had some great episodes, including the infamous “The Night Of The Hunter” where Negan and his gang kill Daryl, Rick and Carol.
But there are also episodes where the group gets caught up in the conflict between the Capitol and Governor Miller, and it’s not always easy to see the other characters’ perspective.
But here’s one that really stands out, “The Walking Death.”
Written by Chris Ryan and directed by Scott Derrickson, “You’re Here” (Season 7, Episode 10) is the story of two women, Maggie and Tara, who get separated after being separated from their baby.
After a horrific crash, Maggie wakes up in a hospital with no memory of her whereabouts, and when she tries to talk to Tara, she hears a strange voice.
The voice is not from Maggie, but from her daughter, Lilly.
As Maggie tries to figure out what happened, the voices of Tara’s daughter, Lori, and Tara’s son, Ryan, come to life and warn her that she may be in danger.
The only thing Maggie can do is keep her daughter safe while she searches for her.
The episode is an absolute classic, and the cast’s performance is incredible.
Ryan plays Maggie, a woman who is still in shock after losing her daughter.
She’s not sure what to believe about her daughter’s strange voices, but she can’t stop talking about her.
When Lilly comes to the hospital to pick up her baby, Maggie sees her daughter and starts crying, but the next day she finds out that her daughter has a dangerous disease.
The next day, Maggie goes to a diner with Ryan, who has a vision of her daughter with Lilly, and Ryan tells her about her story.
As she listens to Ryan, she begins to understand that Lilly is the daughter of the Capitol.
The Capitol knows that the baby is a threat to their position of power, so it’s trying to kill Lilly, so Ryan tells Maggie to keep Lilly safe.
Ryan is able to save Lilly, but that is only the beginning of Maggie’s search for her daughter that leads to her and Ryan being attacked by Governor Miller and his army.
The two women are eventually reunited, and Maggie and Ryan reunite with their daughter, but it’s a short-lived reunion.
It’s a nice change of pace, but I’m not a fan of this episode, and I think it feels a little rushed.
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