'The Walking Dead' Followers React To This Season's First Major Fatality

The slipperiest bastard in all of The Walking Dead lastly met his maker in tonight's season best of The Walking Dead.
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March 01, 2017

The slipperiest bastard in all of The Walking Dead lastly met his maker in tonight's season best of The Walking Dead. Presented way back in the 6th season, Gregory constantly appeared to be on the verge of death. He made it through being stabbed by Ethan in the 6th season; in the 7th period, he survived a Rescuer strike on The Hill and also Maggie saved him from a zombie attack; and in the eighth season, he endured being thrown down a flight of stairways, being sent to prison with the Saviors, and also yet an additional strike by the Saviors on The Hill. He's played both sides for as long as he's been about, easily selling out either Maggie or Negan to stay alive, as well as in some way, he's never dealt with any kind of actual repercussions. 




Finally, nevertheless, in the 9th season premiere, Gregory took it too damn far, and after being formally ousted as leader through Democratic means, Gregory tries to oust Maggie with an insurrection. He obtains Bernard liquored up, works him right into a craze by recommending that his kid's fatality was Maggie's mistake, and Gregory sends out Bernard to kill Maggie.

The stroke of genius fails, as well as Maggie promptly seeks Gregory as the mastermind. More established than ever to show herself as the leader of The Hilltop, Maggie makes implementing Gregory among her first orders of business. After significant demonstration, Gregory is hung.



Though Gregory has taken care of to make it through much longer than he needs to have, he never accrued much using follower love. He was neither a hero, neither a correct bad guy. He was a serpent-- he defaced Glenn's grave, for God's benefit!-- as well as though Rick and Michonne might differ, Gregory got what he should have. The only pity right here is that it took this lengthy.





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