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[S8E7] Walk A Mile



Eugene sits in his room, attempting to brainstorm a list of facts he knows about the current situation. He then confronts Dwight in his room and makes it known that he is aware of his involvement in Rick's plan. He attempts to talk Dwight down from any further opposition in exchange for keeping his involvement a secret, but Dwight insists that, with all that is occurring, the Saviors are sure to face defeat. Eugene refuses to defy Negan and walks out, warning Dwight not to try anything else that would result in any harm to the Sanctuary's inhabitants.




[S8E7] Walk a Mile



When Eugene deems Gabriel's beliefs as absurd, he retorts that as a man of science, Eugene would have initially doubted the concept of walking corpses, showing that the unbelievable is still possible. With this concept, Gabriel expresses hope that Eugene will eventually know when to do the right thing when the time comes. Eugene ponders his words, looking down at the dry red paint on his thumb.


Eugene is visited in his room by Tanya, who inquires about a broken radio that Eugene was tasked with repairing a week prior. He explains that he was unable to complete the task due to the current situation, and expresses concern that Tanya does not seem troubled; she recounts that she's already felt trapped while serving under Negan. Tanya gives Eugene one more day to fix her radio, but he asks for the second bottle of wine that she is holding before she leaves, explaining that it'll help him sleep. Tanya explains that she also has trouble sleeping, due to the stress of not being able to rid the Saviors of Negan and the unsuccessful attempt of enlisting Eugene's help with the task. She condemns his choices before handing him the bottle and leaving. Laura then walks in, informing Eugene that Negan sent for him.


Tara recounts how she had waited before telling Rick about Oceanside and their weapon cache, showing regret at the fact that she had not informed him earlier, which could have helped better their situation. She explains that she is not going to wait again and is willing to follow with Daryl's plan, with or without Rosita. Rosita opts out, but approaches Michonne before leaving, asking if she is okay with the plan. When Michonne insists on seeing it through, Rosita points out that it may be easier to wait than to take risks, explaining that she used to believe in rushing ahead and taking action to better themselves until she witnessed Sasha walking out of the coffin - a result of them both taking matters into their own hands.


Getting to work on the radio, Eugene extracts one of the speakers, inspecting it. Gaining a fresh idea, he searches one of the storage rooms for materials. He comes across the coffin used to transport Sasha, having vivid and disturbing flashbacks to her shocking reveal as a walker. He opens it, discovering her discarded iPod still resting at the foot of the coffin.


On one of the Sanctuary's balconies, Eugene sets his new contraption - a makeshift drone fitted with a speaker and an iPod - on a ramp leading out and above the walker herd, in hopes that the herd will follow the blaring music when it goes airborne. He records an audio log of his observations, but as he prepares to activate it, he is called out to and held at gunpoint.


Negan and Eugene propose a plan to clear out the walkers with whatever firearms they have left, with Eugene affirming that he will be able to stock the Saviors up on freshly-made ammo should they run low. He then proposes another solution to deal with the issue. Negan again praises Eugene on his initiative, but before he can hear the plan, the other lieutenants report to Negan about the situation with the herd. Negan has high hopes that Eugene's plan will give them the upper hand. Eugene stares intently at Dwight, then informs Negan that he intends to repair the intercom system, giving them an advantage in communications with the rest of the community. Negan is underwhelmed by Eugene's second solution.


Rick is brought out from the container by one of the Scavengers, who drags him to the center of the the Heaps. He is forced to his knees, before Jadis. Another Scavenger brings out a walker with an armored head, led by a rigid pole, as their method of execution. Rick is able to free himself and fight off the two Scavengers with the rod used to hold the walker - the sudden jerking motions with the rod cause the walker's head to become detached from its body. Knocking out the Scavengers, he then fights off Jadis, who makes several attempts to shoot him, before holding her on the ground in front of the walker's head. He asserts to the surrounding Scavengers that regardless of what happens, he will leave the Heaps to regroup with his people and, due to their rejection of Rick's deal, they will attack the Scavengers at some point in the future.


Rick leads the Scavengers to the outer perimeter of the Sanctuary. Walking in, he finds one of his snipers dead, being devoured by a small group of walkers. Dispatching them, he calls through the walkie, but no one responds. He takes the rifle and climbs the water tower. He looks towards the front of the Sanctuary, but finds an abandoned garbage truck, an open door and no walkers in sight, alarming him.


Dexter sees Hannah getting off a yacht with a man who appears to be her significant other. The Hannah McKay I know hated the ocean. But it does make for an easy escape into international waters. Brave of her to be walking around Miami like that. Or maybe she's found someone to protect her.


The Dateable podcast is an insider's look into modern dating that the Huffington post calls one of the top ten podcast about love and sex. On each episode, we'll talk to real daters about. From sex parties to sex droughts, date fails a diaper fetishes and first moves to first loves. I'm your host Yue Xu, former dating coach turned dating sociologists. You also hear from my co host and producer Julie Krafchick as we explored this crazy dateable world. Hey, everyone. Welcome to another episode of dateable a show all about modern dating. We've talked about gingers before with a co host has name was Aaron he loved gingers that was his thing. Right. But we haven't gone into this topic that deep yet. So our guest today, Jack is going to tell us about what it's like to be a ginger and also to date as ginger hijack Har grave, and I'm happy to be your first. Not on the podcasts. Very exciting. So Julia early in the day did a quick Google search. So she did the auto fill you know, when you type in on Google, she wrote do gingers, and this is what popped up do gingers, half blue eyes. Jinja's go ball ginger SCO, gray, ju just feel more pain have rights to ginger tan. Do they get gray hair feel less pain? Do they bleed more? Wow. They've ever the auto fills on Google. I mean, I think every good research project should start with just auto fill on because that gives you only different directions. So many different directions of what people are searching for on the internet about ginger specifically. So before we get into your experience, we want to talk about some of the studies have been done about gingers and dating. So according to a study published in psychology studies found that men who have had red hair aren't treated the same as their blonde or Brown haired counterparts, so they had this. Experiment, where they put men in different colored wigs to see who women would approach more. And the men who were in red wigs were rejected the most and only thirteen point eight percent of them got women to dance with them on the dance floor while men with Blacklock's lead the group with thirty five percent success rate at this was also a similar problem for their lady counterparts as well. So what what is interesting about this whole topic is that it's a little bit about it's like to me it's very similar to racial yet entity. But to others could be similar to your body identity your body issues. How you how you see yourself physically Jack? When you think about what we just talked about. You're you're in your mid thirties. You've lived in San Francisco for three years from Minneapolis. You're currently single inactivity going on dates what is it like dating ginger yet? I mean, I think a lot of that goes back to your identity as a redhead, you know, it's it's really hard growing up with a redhead. Like, you talked about the groups that are bully. Lead in you know, in like the playground, and like like call every name in the book, you know, from like carrot top to fire crotch. You know, calmer topic I heard every single name growing up as a kid you'd like you just want to sit in you, don't you don't you don't wanna be different. I think it's something that redheads embrace as they get older they kind of find themselves and become more confident. But I think those early formative years where you like you're on the playground. And and kids, you know, how kids are these look for that one thing that's different about you in town like, you know, pick on that. And the Kelly names about that. And I think a lot of red heads. I know grew up with sort of like less confidence because they that was called out as like something that was not only different about them. But some that was kind of like inferior. So when did, you know your red head? I dunno know, I was Chinese until I moved to America. It was something like that that my family, my parents and extended family, and especially like old people would call it constantly as like a let's say five six year old kid with bright red hair. What I remember? Most is like going to church with my family, and there'd be all it was always the elderly people with like white hair. And if you let like, oh, you've got such beautiful red hair medicos girls on the playground are all over you. And I'm like, what are you talking about nineteen exact opposite? I don't know. But it is in times of change. You know, that sound like why like why do obvious adult think this red hair is such a gift in a blessing is is like it's something terrible. Because as a kid, it's just something. You're you're sixty Prada tension to do we know where this Kidger name stemmed from. I don't know the the origin of the name. I know like a lot of slang terms globally. I think maybe it's like a British thing or something. But there was a south park episode won't now ten years ago or something where like same situations red kid at school, and they're all picking on him, and then like carbon or whatever, you know, comes up with this thing. Like gingers have no souls. The sunshine because they'll burst into flames. Like this. This to like, there's this special class of genders. They call them day walkers, and they can go out in the sun and the rest of you. 041b061a72


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