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[S9E8] Rest In Pieces [EXCLUSIVE]

Donna probably thought she was all talk when she said she was going to murder the journalist. But only a handful of episodes earlier, she took Montana's life. Brooke is probably the most underestimated character on the series.

[S9E8] Rest in Pieces

It was nice that Montana was thinking about someone other than herself for a chance and put her love interest's needs before her own. It showed that Montana was not as one-dimensional as we've been led to believe.

Shortly before Halloween, Bruce recovers and drives to Camp Redwood, interrupting a fight between Ramirez and Richter's ghost in the process. Ramirez enlists him to help eliminate Richter, eventually learning Richter is a ghost. Donna and Brooke are approached by Stacy, a tabloid writer who knows their identities, and they take her with them to Camp Redwood. Brooke promises to reveal the true story to Stacy, secretly planning to kill her, but Donna stops her and convinces her to focus on Margaret. Stacy flees, only to be killed by Bruce, Ramirez, and Margaret. Margaret reveals to Bruce and Ramirez her plan: inspired by places like Jim Morrison's grave, the Dakota and Graceland, she plans to murder the rest of the bands (except Billy Idol at Ramirez's insistence) at her festival, turning Camp Redwood into a memorial shrine for the deceased musicians and rake in a fortune from the people flocking to pay their respects. Trevor declares his love to Montana's ghost and plans to kill himself to join her, but she pushes him away, guilty and distraught about her relationship with Ramirez, having learned of what he had done from Richter. The dead counselors, enraged at Richter's past murder spree, tie him up and refuse to allow him to escape to kill Ramirez, intending to kill him over and over for the rest of his afterlife. Bobby's ghost appears and drags Richter into the lake; he awakens next to Bobby and Lavinia (the latter of whom has had a change of heart) and who convince him to stay with them.

Richard Ramirez stalks around the music festival set up and asks one of the crew members if he's with Billy Idol. The crew member responds that he is and shows him Billy's rings. Ramirez is tempted to touch them, but the crew member tells him he's not allowed. He gives him a guitar pick from Steve instead. Ramirez later starts singing 'Rebel Yell' while playing an air guitar in the forest clearing. However, Benjamin Richter tackles him. He intends to kill Ramirez for the murder of his wife. The two fight and Richter is struck by the vehicle driven by Bruce.

Richter wakes up in the forest and is overwhelmed with emotion. Jonas walks up to him and tells him dying as a ghost for the first time feels the absolute worst. Richter asks how many times Jonas has died and Jonas can't recall. He explains that he's lost pieces of his memory over time. Richter refuses to accept that he will forget his motive to kill Ramirez and protect Bobby.

Trevor finds Montana all alone in the forest. He tells Montana that he will kill himself so they can be together forever. Montana snaps at him and goes on a long tirade that Trevor doesn't know her. She is upset for being blamed as the one responsible for Ramirez being a murderer. Trevor tries to calm her down and explains that her past does not define her. Montana wishes to never see Trevor again and tells him to leave.

In The Beginning of the End - Part 1, Cozy Glow aggravates Tirek with her continued attempts at friendship until the two are suddenly transported out of their cages by Grogar, who assembles them together with Queen Chrysalis and King Sombra in order to join forces against the Mane Six. Cozy is unfamiliar with Grogar since his name has all but faded into legend, but she is interested in the idea of befriending other villains. In Part 2, Cozy tries to help Tirek and Chrysalis get along, with little success. Upon learning of Sombra's defeat by the Mane Six, Cozy and the others nervously agree to Grogar's terms to avoid meeting the same fate.

In Part 2, Cozy and her fellow villains imprison Twilight's friends and celebrate their victory, but fail to reach an agreement regarding what to do with the magic they stole. After the rest of the Mane Six escape and the windigos appear as a result of their creating distrust among ponies, Cozy and the other villains face off against the Mane Six, and later an army of their allies, in a grand final battle. At the end of the battle, Cozy is turned back into a Pegasus, and she and her cohorts are frozen in stone for their crimes.

"I think we've seen what grief in the immediate aftermath of of a death or loss has done to our people and it was really interesting, to me, to think about, 'What is a person's impact on people even years after they're gone?' So, that was part of the story we wanted to tell," said Kang.

"There are definitely some ways that we are going back in time and telling some pieces of the story," Kang confirmed. "We're a show that over the years, I think has existed really pretty much in the present because we like to keep things moving forward. That's an aesthetic that I really like about the show, I want to keep, but, that said, there are some very specific pieces of the story that we want to fill in over the course of the season. There will be some interesting flips back in time."

Dwight is shown to be a brave, highly intelligent and caring person who is a strong, determined survivor and a loving husband towards his wife, Sherry. Dwight is initially introduced as being completely disgusted living a life as a Savior and as a result attempted to get Sherry and sister-in-law Tina as far away as possible and is even willing to cause harm to his former group members in order to escape. While he appreciates the help that Daryl gives them in the forest, Dwight, following Tina's death, quickly betrays him and steals his possessions, showing that he has cowardly tendencies and can be a liar and manipulative.

Following being punished by Negan for fleeing the Sanctuary and causing Tina's death and being permanently mutilated and separated from Sherry, Dwight is shown to become fanatically loyal to the Saviors again and devolves into an antagonist. He is shown to have developed a personal vendetta against Daryl as he attempts to kill him with his own crossbow, though he kills Denise instead and shows little remorse, showing that he is capable of cold-blooded murder. He is shown to want to fulfill Negan's wishes of taking over Alexandria as he attempts to force Daryl and Rosita to take them to their base, though he is stopped by them. Following this he cruelly captures Glenn and Michonne and then Rosita and Daryl and personally delivers them to join the rest of their group in being punished by Negan. His desire to kill Daryl is very evident as he volunteers to kill him after he punches Negan in the face after killing Abraham though Negan does not allow him to. Following this Dwight is left in charge of torturing Daryl psychologically after he is taken as a prisoner and takes some pleasure in tormenting him and is visibly upset when he discovers that Daryl was released by Sherry. He even takes pleasure in taunting Rosita and Aaron when he and his fellow group members arrive at Alexandria to collect their tribute.

During Season 8, Dwight his shown to be dedicated to his mission to defeat Negan and is able to help the Militia achieve a majority of their victories against the Saviors by passing them valuable information and in the process gets numerous members of his former group brutally slaughtered. He is shown to be careful, cautious and cunning as no member of the Saviors, except Eugene, are able to deduce that he is the Militia's spy. Dwight's loyalty to the Militia is clearly evident in "How It's Gotta Be" in which he takes measures to ensure that the survivors are able to escape from the Saviors posted outside and personally guns down numerous Saviors, though in the process exposes himself to Laura who is able to escape. Following this, Dwight even rejoins the Saviors after learning Laura has not been seen in order to divert them away from Tara and the rest of the fleeing Alexandrians and in the process earns Tara's respect and forgiveness for his killing of Denise. Following Negan's brief disappearance, Dwight chooses to align himself with Simon in taking over the Saviors, possibly showing that he has some slight hope that the Saviors can still function as a group without Negan. However this is shown to be a bad move as Simon is even worse than Negan and wants to completely exterminate the survivors at the Hilltop and Dwight is forced to go along in order to protect his cover. During the assault however, he saves Tara's life again by injuring her before Simon can with an untainted weapon, further proving his care for the Militia and what he is willing to do to earn her full forgiveness.

During the onset of the outbreak, Dwight was present alongside Sherry when the initial chaos and devastation occurred. The pair were forced to flee into a nearby forest which had become infested with a large herd of walkers. In an act of desperation, the pair utilized a large truck through opening the vehicle's valve in order to spread a trail of gas throughout the forest which they ignited to create a massive wildfire that engulfed the pursuing walkers.

Eventually, Tina fell behind on points and became unable to purchase the insulin which she so desperately required. She was offered the opportunity to marry Negan and become part of his harem, in exchange for no longer operating in a point capacity and therefore always having access to medication. However, acting on impulse, Dwight personally stole the medication whereupon he, Sherry and Tina fled from The Sanctuary. To their misfortune, they were begrudgingly forced to travel on foot with only a limited amount of supplies as well as a lone pistol for protection. At some point later the three managed to take temporary refuge in the forest which they had previously inhabited.

Daryl Dixon, Sasha Williams, and Abraham Ford are intercepted by a group of survivors apparently led by Wade. When Sasha and Abraham are split from Daryl, they deduce that they were looking for someone else. When Daryl wheels his motorcycle far ahead of the survivors following him into a burnt out forest to hide from them, he walks straight across the road in the other side of the forest. He collapses in fatigue due to his injuries he sustained falling off his motorcycle, when he gets up and decides to try and find the others. He walks past several charred corpses, some still undead and as he gets closer into the heart of the forest he hears noises. He hides his motorcycle and vest under a fallen tree branch and finds two women, Sherry and Tina, who proceed to tell Daryl "You found us" and "We earned what we took." As he hears a noise behind him Daryl turns around and Dwight knocks him out with a baseball bat. 041b061a72


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