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Something They Need 

A group of Alexandrians embark on a journey; One member of the group must make a heartbreaking decision.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Carol Peletier (credit only)
Morgan Jones (credit only)
Rosita Espinosa


Tara discloses to Rick about the arsenal of the Oceanside and Rick and his group heads to the community to take their weapons. Maggie is working at the Hilltop and Gregory lures her telling that he wants to make up with her. Meanwhile the Savior David tries to rape Sasha that is locked in a cell; however Negan surprises the man and kills him. He leaves the dead man inside Sasha's cell and gives a knife to her. Then he proposes Sasha to join the Saviors. Rick and his group attacks Oceanside and take all his guns to fight The Saviors, leaving the community without any weapon. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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26 March 2017 (USA)  »

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Norman Reedus said Oceanside had a completely different vibe than Alexandria. It reminded him of a beach in Costa Rica. See more »


A little girl makes a walker fall to his knees by kicking it in the groin. See more »


[just as David is about to rape Sasha in her cell, Negan interrupts]
Negan: HEY! What the hell are you doin' in here?
David: Negan, sir...
Negan: [interrupting him] D'you REALLY think I need you to answer that? I can see that you're tryin' to rape this woman. You... were tryin' to rape this woman, weren't you? Ah... this is some unacceptable behavior. Rape is against the rules here. I wouldn't wanna be somewhere where it wasn't. Someone in charge... who lets somethin' like that fly...
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Referenced in Talking Dead: The Other Side (2017) See more »

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Tomorrow is Gonna Be a Big Day
26 March 2017 | by See all my reviews

Tonight was one of those episodes that attempted to build up the next episode in a dramatic way, but didn't hit on all the levels it probably should have. We caught up with almost every section of the cast, but with very little return.

However, there are a few things that worked well for me, one being Sasha's arc. The whole "Rapey Davey" thing in the beginning felt out of place, especially because most of The Saviors have felt unhinging in less disgusting ways. I didn't need to watch that creep nearly rape Sasha, a different approach would have been more appropriate, but I guess it wouldn't have led to Negan's proposal. But besides that whole sequence, I loved every time Sonequa Martin- Green was on screen. She barely said anything to Negan or Eugene, but you can see every emotion in her face and body language. I particularly found it devastating hearing her plea to Eugene for a weapon to kill herself (only to find out she was likely playing him, and then consequently see him give her a poison pill instead). Just seeing Eugene's face and hearing her voice is all we needed.

The rest of the crew went to Oceanside to take their guns and attempt to get their group on board with fighting the Saviors. Only half was successful, getting all of their guns, but this whole thing felt a bit anticlimactic. We didn't get a battle with any consequences against Oceanside, all we got was a quick and predictable spiel with some walkers. I expected more out of an Oceanside conflict. At the very least, we could have gotten a shocking (even if unimportant) death, ala the Beth conflict at the hospital in season 5. No matter, I'm sure Oceanside will come into play down the road.

The other thing worth noting is Gregory's little mix-up with a walker and Maggie. Did anybody actually think Gregory would kill Maggie? Or better yet, him step up and kill a walker? The man is so pathetic, which pretty much guarantees that he will make an awful and devastating choice next week that could lead to something horrible happening. I happen to think he was the "little bird" Negan was speaking of to Sasha early in the episode. Figures he would be the guy to mess everything up.

So it was a frustrating episode in some regards, but perhaps an episode better suited as part 1 of 2 as next week's episode surely will have some major stuff going down. Dwight's switch to the good guys is exactly what I hoped for. I love Austin Amelio in that role, and his turn can only mean good things for his character. The question is, will it all be too late for him. I think the march to war is nearly over. War is coming.

+Sonequa's acting

+Dwight's turn

+Negan monologues

-Oceanside was anticlimactic

-Creepy Savior was unnecessary


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