THE WALKING DEAD 10×17 Reaction – The Governor Reacts

The Walking Dead Season 10 Episode 17, “Home Sweet Home,” is the first of six bonus episodes added to Season 10 to reintroduce Maggie and provide an epilogue to the Whisperer War. The Governor reacts to this episode and plans to give his special viewpoint on the rest of the season. So far, we know it will be filled with flashbacks to explain more about Negan’s origins and when Daryl was looking for Rick.

This particular episode showcases Maggie Rhee getting caught up on the events she missed and explains what happened to her in excruciating detail. This oddly paced episode serves as setup for the rest of the season, introducing a new threat while showing the aftermath of the last one. Daryl, Carol, Kelly and Negan appear and of course that last guy really makes Maggie less than thrilled. We meet her “people,” including a guy named Cole and the mysterious masked martial artist is revealed to be Elijah and not a Mandalorian. Get ready for seeing lots of walking in this episode and not just by the dead.

This video is the Governor’s reaction to the episode followed be his in depth review.

TWD S10E17 contains clues as to what we are going to see next. But it doesn’t contain any information about the Clone Troopers from the Commonwealth. Guess we’ll have to wait a few more episodes for that.

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