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Walking With The Dead: THE WALKING DEAD Podcast S6E9 – No Way Out

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AMC‘s The Walking Dead No Way Out Review. Walking With The Dead: The Walking Dead Podcast: Season 6, Episode 9: No Way Out is an audio podcast review in which FilmBook contributor Steven Bueno and his team Kristian Cabrera and Cornell Montgomery (from The League of Ordinary Gentlemen) analyze and discuss their thoughts about the latest episode of AMC’s The Walking Dead.

The Walking Dead: Season 6, Episode 9: No Way Out‘s plot synopsis (spoilers): “The Saviors threaten Abraham, Sasha, and Daryl, but Daryl kills a member of the gang and then kills the group using Abraham’s rocket launcher. In Alexandria, Fr. Gabriel takes Judith to safety in his church, while Rick changes their plan from walking to the armory to instead head toward their vehicles, to divert the walkers back to the quarry. The Wolf has a change of heart and formulates a plan with Denise to escape Alexandria. While attempting to do so, he is bitten in his arm, and Denise convinces him to come to the infirmary so she can save him. He saves Denise from walkers who surround her, but is shot and killed by Carol. Meanwhile, Sam panics and starts crying, drawing the walkers, who devour him. Jessie screams as she witnesses her son being eaten, and is promptly killed and devoured by the walkers herself. When Carl is unable to dislodge his hand from her grip, a distraught Rick is forced to hack off her arm. Ron then points a gun at Rick and Carl. Michonne stabs him from behind as he fires his gun; the bullet hits Carl’s eye. Michonne and Rick fight their way to the infirmary, where Denise tries to save Carl. In a fit of grief and rage at Carl’s shooting and Jessie’s death, Rick exits the infirmary, hatchet in hand, and begins to attack and kill them. His actions motivate the Alexandrians to leave their hiding places with their weapons and join him. Meanwhile, Glenn and Enid rescue Maggie, and are saved by Daryl, Sasha and Abraham as they are about to be surrounded. Realising that there are still too many walkers for the town to kill on their own, Abraham and Daryl fill a pond with gasoline from their truck and ignite it, creating a pool of fire which draws the walkers away from Alexandria and burns many of them up. Morgan kills the zombified Wolf. With the walkers now distracted, the survivors manage to eliminate the herd. The next morning, as the sun rises to reveal the town is littered with corpses, the townsfolk regroup and begin the clean up effort. Rick stays by the bedside of the previously unresponsive Carl, and tearfully begs him to try and pull through, in the hope that he can see Deanna’s dreams recognized, when Carl suddenly grasps Rick’s hand.

The Walking Dead: Season 6, Episode 9: No Way Out starred Andrew Lincoln, Lauren Cohan, Melissa McBride, Lennie James and Chandler Riggs.

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About the author

Steven Bueno

I regularly keep up with Gotham, The Flash, Constantine, Daredevil, and Arrow along with any animated movie DC releases. I have no personal preference when it comes to any comic book company but am a fan of the visual genre in general.

I grew up in the 90's and was lucky enough to grow up with both the Batman series and the Superman Animated series along with shows like Teen Titans and even kept up with short lived series like young justice. I regularly keep up with the latest news on future movie/television adaptations of comic books.

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