The Walking Dead returned to screens for its eighth season last week and it was everything we could've hoped for. The jaw-dropping premiere saw Rick launch an attack on Negan and his Sanctuary, which left viewers in a state of shock during the AMC series' landmark 100th episode. As a result, many fans took to social media to voice their opinions.
The second episode of #TheWalkingDead Season 8 sparked a similar response from viewers, with many of them taking to Twitter to express their excitement at what was going on in the hit #AMC series. The biggest surprise was a surprising return, which has the internet in a state of shock.
Note: This article contains spoilers from The Walking Dead Season 8.
Morgan Goes On A Killing Spree
In a rather disturbing moment, Morgan went around one of the Saviors's outposts and killed as many of Negan's men as he could find. A far cry from the man who once swore that he would never kill, Morgan's behavior in the latest episode had many fans on the edge of their seat and it made for some great social media reactions. Check out the best below:
Jesus' Desire To Save The Saviors
In a bizarre series of scenes, Jesus and Tara went around the Satellite outpost and disposed of as many Saviors as they could find. In one room, Jesus discovered a man who was on his knees, pleading for his life. Tara wanted to kill him while Jesus wanted to save him — no pun intended.
Later, the two leaders clashed again when Jesus wanted to let the men who surrendered live, while Tara wanted to kill them all. Jesus' positive attitude didn't go down too well with viewers, some of whom think we've seen this story before.
One of the most shocking moments in The Walking Dead's history occurred in Sunday's brand new episode. As Rick was searching one of the Saviors' outposts for weapons, he was apprephended by a familiar face. Morales, who hasn't been seen since Season 1, is back!
As you can imagine, the internet was in uproar to discover that the former friend has turned enemy and now serves the Saviors. Check out the best reactions below:
The war between Rick and Negan wages on, and the second episode of Season 8 was pretty eventful. Let's hope this high #TWD standard continues, because Season 8 is proving to be much better than the disappointing seventh. Regardless of what happens next, we're sure that viewers will continue to take to social media and let us know exactly how they feel about whats going on in their favorite show.
The Walking Dead airs Sundays on AMC.
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