WASHINGTON, November 15, 2015 – Season six has been lacking of Daryl concentrating on Carol, Deanna, Glen, Morgan; but if we take the sneak peeks as a clue to the upcoming episode, tonight might change that trend. What we won’t find out, definitively, is Glenn’s fate. With three episodes left until the mid-season break we can guess that we will not find out Glenn’s fate as the moment that answers that question is left for the return from break episode.
Though others are predicting that mystery will be answered in episode 607. Hence our love of The Walking Dead – you just never know what is happening next. Tonight’s episode directed by Jeffrey F. January and written by Heather Bellson synposis is “Daryl, Abraham and Sasha encounter many obstacles and a new threat while trying to return to Alexandria.”
That said episode 606 will be another edge of the seat episode including some very frightful moment for Daryl, whom we are being teased will be captured by the Wolves.
Additionally, others are still missing. Sasha and Abraham were last seen leading the herd alway and they haven’t arrived back to Alexandria. And young Enid seems to be trapped outside the walls. We still have the largest Zombie herd every pushing to get into Alexandria and Julie’s son Ron, I think he holds deadly promise.
There are grumblings that Negan’s and his group, The Survivors, may be the ones to ultimately save Daryl from a gruesome death. But when it comes to The Walking Dead, nobody knows for sure.
And we are all still waiting to find out about the future of Rick, Glenn and Carl — all of whom have met ghastly life altering situations — in the comic book.
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