We get a look at what's been going on at the Hilltop with Maggie's pregnancy and the citizen training. However, the bulk of the episode is Sasha and Rosita's Thelma and Louise journey to take out Negan at the Savior's compound.
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A boiling point is reached between the Saviors and the Kingdom on their specified tribute day, but Morgan discovers that the outcome was rigged by someone inside. Carol decides to leave her safe haven once the truth catches up with her.
The timeline reverts back to when Eugene was taken by Negan from Alexandria. We see at the Saviors compound, there are repercussions for Dwight in the aftermath of Daryl's escape. And we get to see how Eugene settles into his new reality as Negan's resident smarty-pants.
Rick and his posse figure out the lay of the land with their Mad Max-like captors. Father Gabriel is revealed as a hostage of the monochromatic collective. Back at The Kingdom, Richard thinks he has a like-minded ally in Daryl. Carol is reunited with her BFF. The Saviors are getting rammy when it comes to their "deal" with Ezekiel.
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