Walking Dead Season 7, Episode 13 Preview Brings Carol Out of Hiding
Shortly after last night's episode of The Walking Dead, AMC released a new preview and a clip from next week's episode, Bury Me Here, which airs Sunday, March 12 at 9 PM ET on AMC. The preview shows Carol (Melissa McBride) leaving her home outside The Kingdom, while taking out a bunch of walkers. We also see that King Ezekiel (Khary Payton) has seemingly made the choice to stand up to the Saviors, which most likely means he's ready to join Rick's group to take down Negan's massive army. The brief preview ends with King Ezekiel and his group drawing their weapons against this group of Saviors, teasing an intense showdown.
In the clip released on AMC's YouTube shows that Carol isn't actually striking out on her own, but simply going to The Kingdom, seeking out Morgan (Lennie James). It's clear that she's quite determined to find Morgan, but it isn't clear why at this point. Perhaps she found out the truth about what The Saviors did to Rick's group in the Season 6 finale, killing Abraham (Michael Cudlitz) and Glenn (Steven Yeun), after Daryl (Norman Reedus) lied to her a few episodes back, telling her that everyone is fine, and that Rick's group cut a deal with the Saviors like Ezekiel did.
It's also possible that she could be seeking out Morgan to help him sway King Ezekiel to join Rick's fight against The Saviors. However, it seems from the preview Ezekiel and the rest of his men are already squaring off against a group of Saviors. The preview cuts out before revealing what actually happens during this showdown. We'll have to wait a few more days to see if cooler heads will prevail in this showdown.
There are just four more episodes left in The Walking Dead Season 7, and aside from the premiere, where we learned about the fates of Glenn and Abraham, there haven't been too many deaths in this back half of the year. The midseason finale showed the death of two Alexandrians, Spencer Monroe (Austin Nichols) and the doctor Olivia (Ann Mahoney), but since then, no major characters have been killed off. As we head into the final episodes, though, that very well could change, as these characters prepare for what will likely be an all-out war with The Saviors.
In addition, we also have two photos from Bury Me Here, eight photos from last night's Say Yes and the most talked about scene from Say Yes. This scene in question is where Rick and Michonne are at this carnival, and Rick finds himself surrounded by a horde of walkers. When Michonne runs up to where Rick had fallen, she sees a group of zombies feeding on someone, or something, and she immediately thinks it was Rick, and drops her sword. Take a look at these new videos and photos from The Walking Dead to get ready for next week's episode.