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In the words of Europe...

It's the final countdownnnnn!

Admit it, you sang that ;)

We're down to the last two episodes of The Walking Dead! After 2 more episodes, just think how empty the internet will be without all those “who's gonna die” theories.

But until then, let's theorize!

Actually, this time, we're going to go over the preview for next Sunday's episode, 'East' and go over all the “OMG! NOOOO!” moments.

Daryl? Uh oh...

This moment:

And this one:

And these:

All happen because of this:

I know he cares about Carol, but DO NOT LEAVE ALEXANDRIA! Negan and Lucille are less that 2 ½ hours' worth of episodes away!

And now, Glenn and Michonne are out looking for Daryl:

Since they make up 2 of the people in the group who have to kneel before, the comics, that's not good! Plus, Heath and Tara are still out on a run, so right there you have Heath, Tara, Glenn, Michonne, Rosita, Carol and Daryl out on the road for sure, you have 7 people. Not counting Carol, who could very well get caught.

In the comics, there are 7 in line-

That's a little too close to the number of people that witness this nastiness-

Do what Rick says! No one else leave the damn town!

Uh oh, Carl...

Carl looks like he may have a fear of guns now, or at least a hesitation to use them. I would be too, if I just got my eye shot out by one!

Whatever the case may be, Carl is ready to looks like he's staying behind in Alexandria, at least.

OMG...I mean, uh oh! Not another CLOCK!

As nekked Michonne is reaching for the apple, we see yet ANOTHER clock. As Alannah mentioned, if you do some fancy math, you can get to episode 15 of season 6.

Bonus uh oh

Looking closer at the scene, you see two books:

The Mullah's Storm by Thomas W. Young, and what appears to be Assassins by Mxlltlpk Lrbmb.

The preview on the amazon page for Tom's book says this:

A transport plane carrying a high-ranking Taliban prisoner is shot down in a blizzard over Afghanistan's mountainous Hindu Kush. The storm makes rescue impossible, and for two people-navigator Michael Parson and a female Army interpreter, Sergeant Gold-a battle for survival begins against not only the hazards of nature, but the treacheries of man: the Taliban stalking them, the villagers whose loyalties are unknown, and a prisoner who would very much like the three of them to be caught.

Two people? Rick and Michonne, maybe. Battle for survival? Everyone! Hazards of nature? Zombies, I guess. Treachery of man? Villagers whose loyalties are unknown? Prisoner who would like them to be caught? All most likely Hilltop peeps, since we're still not sure who's on who's side, or if somebody will cross Rick & Crew.

Assassins...well, not too sure about that one. Without an author, it's kind of hard to figure out what it's about, other than assassins. Which, honestly, is pretty much what Rick and everyone were in 'Not Tomorrow Yet.'

More "Uh oh!" moments to come when AMC squirts out another preview!


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