After last night's The Walking Dead episode, entitled Swear, AMC released a preview and a clip for next week's episode, Sing Me a Song, debuting Sunday, December 4 at 9 PM ET. If that wasn't enough, we also have a video featuring last night's most talked-about scene, where Tara (Alanna Masterson) learns a lot more about the Oceanside community that was introduced. We also have two new photos from Sing Me a Song, featuring Fat Joey (Joshua Hoover), Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and Daryl (Norman Reedus) along with eight more images from last night's Swear. If you haven't seen Swear yet, there will be SPOILERS below, so read on at your own risk.

At the end of Go Getters, which aired two weeks ago, Jesus (Tom Payne) was tasked with finding where exactly Negan lives, as he's seen sneaking into the back of one of the Saviors' trucks before they leave the Hilltop Colony. Jesus is quite surprised to find Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs) already hiding in this truck, and the preview for Sing Me a Song, which comes courtesy of AMC, shows Jesus looking back and nodding, presumably at Carl, before he jumps out of the truck and takes cover. We also see earlier in the preview that the truck has passed what appears to be a statue of Negan, along with footage of this leader addressing a large group of his Saviors.

The preview also gives us a glimpse at Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and Aaron (Ross Marquand) as they wake up in their own truck, before going on their own journey. We saw Rick and Aaron leave Alexandria on this mission in last week's episode, but it was never said why they were leaving on this journey. Most fans may have assumed that they were going on another supply run, but the preview shows both Rick and Aaron hopping a fence, which reads "Keep Going, Only Thing Here 4 You Is Trouble." While we don't know for sure, it's likely that Rick and Aaron's secret mission involves infiltrating the Saviors' compound.

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The brief episode synopsis reveals that fans will get, "a much more detailed look into the world of the Saviors and their home, the Sanctuary," while, "members of Alexandria look for supplies." The trailer gives us a brief shot of both Rosita (Christian Serratos) and Eugene (Josh McDermitt) leaving Alexandria, presumably on a supply run. The preview also gives us a brief glimpse at both Daryl and his Savior nemesis Dwight (Austin Amelio), who both seem to be in attendance when Negan gives his big speech, where he proclaims that the Saviors are bringing civilization back.

The new clip doesn't offer too much in the way of plot details, featuring Michonne walking by herself, whistling a tune which draws two walkers out of the woods, which she takes care of with her samurai sword. We saw in the Go Getters episode, just before Rick and Aaron left on their journey, Rick gave Michonne a walkie-talkie, in case she changed her mind and wanted to come with them. However, during another scene with Carl, Michonne makes it clear to Carl that she's going out on her own to figure some things out. Take a look at these new videos and photos from The Walking Dead, which has just two episodes remaining in the first half of Season 7.

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