AMC’s The Walking Dead Season 10 Episode 19 and 20 Full Review

The Walking Dead is about to complete its run for season 10 as it is down to two last episodes that will be dropping on the network in the coming weeks. The Walking Dead season 10 was extended to 22 episodes  and all the 6 additional episodes were meant to give an insight about the characters and their back stories explaining why they are the humans that we see today.







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The Walking Dead is about to complete its run for season 10 as it is down to two last episodes that will be dropping on the network in the coming weeks. The Walking Dead season 10 was extended to 22 episodes and all the 6 additional episodes were meant to give an insight into the characters and their backstories explaining why they are the humans that we see today.

The starting episodes brought us a glimpse of what our beloved characters are going through in zombie-fed circumstances as Maggie and Negan still have a beef to solve. Carol and Daryl are maneuvering the woods when Daryl stumbles upon a barn which leads to the revelation of how he adopted the dog and how he once fell in love with a woman who he had to leave for his brother.

 

Let us take a look at episodes 19 and 20 and the surprises they brought with them.

Episode 19: Father Gabriel along with his one-armed friend go out to hunt for food but eventually end up trespassing into an abandoned shop that turns out to be a prison where a man has kept his brother a prisoner. Gabriel and his friend have a comfortable night together as they eat and drink anything they lay hands on only to find out that they have been captured by that man. The man starts playing death games which leads to his own death.

Episode 20: Princess, Eugene, and Yumiko are captured by newly introduced storm troopers alike defenders who keep all three of them in decommissioned train coaches until Princess starts hallucinating that Ezekiel had come out of nowhere to help them. Princess eventually leads the way all alone to try and free all of her friends by eliminating the people who have been keeping them captive.

The Walking Dead airs every Sunday on AMC.







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