King Ezekiel, on the other hand, isn’t so sure that war is the answer, so he decides to opt-out for the safety of The Kingdom. Still, he offers, to house Daryl since he has a target on his back ever since escaping being tortured by the Saviors. King Ezekiel tells Daryl, “You will be safe here, the Saviors do not step foot inside our walls.” Let’s be realistic for a moment, though, we all know that this arrangement won’t last. Eventually, the Saviors will find a reason to harm the people of The Kingdom however they want in order to maintain dominance and control.
Hopefully, while Daryl is staying at The Kingdom, he can talk some sense into King Ezekiel, who most assuredly has the best interest of his people in mind (even though he seems to be making bad decisions right now). My best guess for what’s going to happen is that Daryl, who already has some first-hand experience with Negan, is going to convince Morgan how necessary it is for them to defeat Negan and the Saviors. Then, Morgan is going to plea to King Ezekiel to join the fight, but then again, that may be wishful thinking. One way or another, though, The Kingdom is going to join Rick before all is said and done.
While all of this is going on, and in true character, Carol manages to threaten yet another child. Okay, it wasn’t all that serious, but these short clips of Carol that could fit in a Snapchat video are getting pretty old. Her story has gotten stale, which is unfortunate because she was my favorite character for the longest time. What happened?