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Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead cleared a new mystery quickly while we were learning about the XX helicopter. INSIDER breaks down the moments you may have overlooked on "Warning Signs."
Warning: There are spoilers ahead of Sunday's episode of "The Walking Dead," "Warning Signs."
The Mystery of the Missing Saviors may have come to an end on Sunday's Episode of "The Walking Dead," but was able to brew up underneath the surface between Rick and Maggie. The two have very different ways of dealing with problems in their respective communities.
Plus, Father Gabriel looks like he's going to get whisked away by Anne on that mystery helicopter. From the oceanside to another look at Hershel's watch, there were a lot of nods to previous seasons this week. Keep reading to see what you may have missed.
Sunday's opening of "The Walking Dead" teases a threatening sign, "Final Warning."
As Justin reanimates into one of the undead, pay attention to the screen and you'll notice the ominous message. After watching the episode, it seems to be a message to the saviors from the oceanside women. There were some thoughts this may be a message from upcoming villains, The Whisperers.
If you've been watching the season closely, this is not the first time we've seen this message.
You can see the same message on the show's new opening credits.
Showrunner Angela Kang said there are a lot of callbacks and Easter eggs waiting to be found in the new opening. Not all of them are on show like Carl and Glenn's death.
The noose hanging from the barn and the words "Final Warning" all hinted at moments on come nine.
It's also worth noting that. Michonne saying, "Wolves Not Far." That signifies the eventual introduction of a gruesome group who referred to the Wolves, who attacked Alexandria ,
Rick heads down the stairs at the episode's start and touches a panel with two handprints.
Alexandria with his children doing handprints and looking up at a wall?
Carl spent his good day making sure that he and his little sister before saying Goodbye to Michonne and Rick.
The entire scene with Rick is even more emotional when you think about how he went from room to room. Carl was the last one he passed before starting his day.
Rick visits, what appears to be a little memorial to his son Carl, and leaves a tomato.
Carl's dream for the new world to fruition. The fully grown tomato is a symbol of a caring environment for everyone. Carl envisioned in his emotional letter to his father.
"Show everyone that they can be safe again without killing. They can feel safe again, "wrote Carl That it can go back to being birthdays, and school, and jobs, and even Friday night pizza somehow, and walks with a dad and a three-year-old holding hands."
A Savior refers to Maggie as The Widow while on the road.
That was Negan's nickname for Maggie Rhee after her husband's death Glenn on the season seven premiere. Negan had nicknames for several of Rick's group, including the King for Ezekiel.
Rick is heard reading a book to Judith before he gets called away.
"As the hours passed and nothing happened," she read, "Rick read to Judith. "At last she crawled over the swaying floor to her bed, and lay down upon it; and Toto followed and lay down beside her. Dorothy soon closed her eyes and fell asleep. "
He's reading from the last chapter of L. Frank Baum's "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz."
According to "Talking Dead," Judith read from 1903.
A Savior refers to Anne / Jadis as "garbage lady."
That became Anne's nickname across the fandom and on screen while in charge of the Scavenger group. Some accuse of seeking revenge against the saviors since Simon has been massacred last season.
Rick has a heart-to-heart with Daryl and brings a moment from the series' second episode.
"Daryl, I know you do not agree with everything we're doing here. All I ask is that you try. Do it, "Rick tells an angered Daryl. "Let's see you and maybe everyone's moves. What's happened to you?" "
Rick references handcuffing Merle on a rooftop in Downtown Atlanta, Georgia and leaving with Glenn, T-Dawg, Morales, Laurie, and more. When Daryl first found out Merle left on a roof.
Maggie is seen holding her father's old watch.
Glenn was given the watch in episode 11 of season two by Maggie's father, Hershel.
After Glenn was killed by Negan, Maggie eventually took ownership of the watch. The watch has been featured in Maggie's family for generations. Hershel's grandfather brought it overseas from Ireland and made it his way down the family line.
Anne sheds some light on what her group is doing at the junkyard.
Anne says she is going to trade Rick and Gabriel originally for supplies. She's done in the past. On season eight, we see one of her drops when she drops a box full of applesauce.
It was revealed Cyndie and the Oceanside women were killing the Saviors.
When they were first introduced on the season seven, the Oceanside Women said they were killed by "another group," later revealed to be the Saviors.
"We got into a skirmish with another group. Natania told Tara on season seven. "We left our old home with just the clothes on our backs and then we found this place."
It was later revealed that he was killed by Simon and he was killed.
We finally saw Oceanside's old home Sunday night. Cyndie said that Arat was part of a sub-section of the Saviors who killed the Oceanside Men and Children. As a result, she eventually
"This was our home. My mother and my grandmother found this place for the group, "said Cyndie told Maggie. "Me and my brother used to play here, but then the Saviors came and Simon wanted what we had. He gave us our 'final warning.' "
"We went along because … until you killed Gregory. That's when we knew. Rick's rules are not the only rules. You showed us the way. It was time. "
"They murdered my mother. She [Arat] shot my brother. Cyndie continued despite Arat begging for her life. "You asked me to beg for his life. Hey what crying and you smiled … he was only 11 years old, and what did you say? "
"No exceptions," said Arat before Maggie turned her back and let Cyndie and Beatrice take her out.
In April, Steven Ogg told INSIDER he did not know that would have been his character's reveal and could have said he was responsible for massacring a group of men.
Maggie and Daryl walking down a road, mirroring image of Rick and Carl from season eight.
Maggie and Daryl are walking with their backs turned to the camera while Carl and Rick were walking towards it.
I think there's a significance there. On Eight Eight, Carl told his father during their walk to find a way to work together.
"We're fighting so it's all about us working together for something more than just killing other people," Carl told his father. "What are we just going to kill all of them? Finding some way forward, that's harder. That's something more. Dad, that's how it's gotta be. "
Maggie and Daryl walk in the reverse direction with the opposite intentions in mind Maggie has made it clear she does not see eye-to-eye She allowed the Oceanside Women to kill one of the Saviors, following in the footsteps of killing Gregory on the season premiere. Now, she and Daryl are ready to go and kill him.
That will obviously cause a rift with Rick on next week's episode.
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