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No Way Out 

Daryl, Abraham and Sasha face-off against the Saviors. Back at Alexandria, Rick and his group make their way through the herd.



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Rick's plan doesn't go very well leading to many accidents. Glenn runs into trouble while attempting to save Maggie. The Wolves leader and Denise run into trouble. Daryl, Sasha, and Abraham are trying to get home in time to save everyone. The Alexandrians finally learn how to fight.

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Drama | Horror | Thriller


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14 February 2016 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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First episode to share its title with a comic volume since The Walking Dead: Too Far Gone (2013). See more »


The previous episode ended with a character talking loudly among walkers (which would attract their attention, of course). This episode then skips that point in time, picks up a few minutes later with the talking having no consequences. Later, although the character isn't as loud as before, talking draws walkers quickly. See more »


[first lines]
Gang Leader: [in the flashback, we see Daryl, Sasha, and Abraham come upon the gang of bikers sitting in the middle of the road] Why don't you come on out, join us in the road? That's great. Doing well right out of the gate. Now, step two, hand over your weapons.
Daryl Dixon: Why should we?
Sasha Williams: Well, they're not yours.
Sasha Williams: Whose are they?
Gang Leader: [the Gang Leader steps forward] Your property now belongs to Negan.
Gang Leader: [in the present] And if you can get your hands on a tanker, you're people our person wants to know. So let's get ...
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Referenced in Talking Dead: Start to Finish (2015) See more »


The Walking Dead Theme
Written by Bear McCreary
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The show REALLY should've ended here
2 December 2017 | by See all my reviews

I'll start off with saying that after this episode, the show gradually goes downhill, so far downhill that currently I have stopped watching the show. The rest of S6 is flawed but has it's moments, S7 was awful in every single way due to god-awful writing and painfully unrealistic new characters that are introduced, and S8 so far has just been underwhelming and worst season of the entire show.

But as of this episode, this was the best episode of what used to be my favorite show of all time. The character development mixed with superbly directed action just made every scene of this episode just amazing. This episode had everything that makes this show stand out above any other TV show. This episode breathes the realm of the show so much it just bleeds epicness.

The show would be so much better off ending off here, because after this episode, the rest just doesn't get anywhere close to the brilliance of "No Way Out"

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