ByJancy Richardson, writer at
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Jancy Richardson

In what was probably the best episode of The Walking Dead season 7 so far, Rick and Michonne went on a romantic road trip to find guns for the Scavengers. The episode had some great action, and was a nice light-hearted alternative to the gloomy tone of the majority of 's seventh season.

One downbeat moment in an otherwise cheery, colorful episode was also the most touching: after a near-deadly fight, Rick tells Michonne just how much fallen comrade Glenn meant to him.

 A clean-cut Glenn and Rick at the start of their saga on 'The Walking Dead' [Credit: AMC]
A clean-cut Glenn and Rick at the start of their saga on 'The Walking Dead' [Credit: AMC]

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Re-read Rick's full, touching eulogy to his dear friend Glenn Rhee, cruelly robbed from us by Negan.

I haven't been sleeping. Thinking about what we lost. Thinking about my friends. Glenn saved me. Right at the start. I couldn't save him. It's normal. I know that. Being stuck on it. We went through something. This... this doesn't cure it. We're gonna fight them. That's what happens next. And we're gonna lose people. Maybe a lot of them. Maybe even each other. Even then, it'll be worth it. . . . You asked me what kind of life we had just surrendering. It wasn' wasn't a life.

What we did back there, what we're doing now - making a future for Judith, for Glenn and Maggie's baby, fighting the fight - that's living. You showed me that. You can lose me. Yes, you can. I can lose you. We can lose our friends, people we love. It's not about us anymore. It's about a future. And, if it's me who doesn't make it, you'll have to lead the others forward because you're the one who can.

Goodnight, Sweet Prince. We'll never forget you.


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