The Walking Dead Recap 11/15/15- Season 6, Ep. 6- Always Accountable
“The Walking Dead” is revealing so many secrets and giving fans some answers but we still do not know about the fate of Glenn. We’ve learned about Morgan and how he went from a killer to a more zen man but we are ready to get back to some Daryl Dixon and walker fun. You can keep up with season six of “The Walking Dead” right here.
Rick Grimes is telling Alexandria that they have to stay calm because this is a real issue as he reminds them to be as quiet as they can and keep the lights off at night. Jessie is doing what she can to keep her family safe but it is hard to kill walkers with her kids watching. At the same time, Deanna is doing what she can to ration the food that they have and apparently, they have a secret pantry. Her son Spencer keeps stealing from said pantry and he claims that if they are going to die, then he should be able to eat and that is what he does…the entire episode. Fans feel like Deanna is getting her walker killing groove back but really, she looks like a traumatized woman who has no idea what to do. Rick’s son, Carl is just like his father…a daredevil. He is ready to hop the wall to look for a friend and of course, he is told on because he could be in danger.
While Maggie and Aaron are underground with some really gross and muddied walkers, she reveals that she is pregnant with Glenn’s baby. She says that he always said he would send her a sign to let her know that he was okay and she has yet to get that. We see the town put Glenn and Nicholas’ name up on the wall of the dead but by the end, Maggie has removed Glenn’s because it is not over until it is over. On top of all of this sadness and attempted hope, Rick stops by Jessie’s home and by the end of the episode, they are kissing. New love. At least something good may have come from all of this.
Tonight, Daryl, Abraham and Sasha run into multiple obstacles, including a new threat, while trying to return to Alexandria after a mission. We also may learn whose blood saw dripping at the very end.