No rest for the insidious? Well, there ought to be no sensitivity for them either. We truly need to see the writers make a case out of a specific villain by the name of Dwight. He played a crucial part last season to Denise’s demise and to the torment of Daryl. He turned out to be the greatest snake in the grass. In the comics, it was uncovered that Negan took Dwight’s wife as his own and the burn on his face was a punishment for rebellion. Those strings may have been laid in Season 6, but instead of taking the redemptive course of the comics (where he turned on Negan and brought him down), we’d rather see Daryl get his revenge. Simply put, the time’s perfect to demonstrate hatred for Dwight!
6. Man of God, not War
Father Gabriel’s arc has been a standout amongst the most intriguing in the show. He’s gone from a man of broken confidence to one who’s some way or another re-establishing himself when the world keeps on disintegrating. Aside from his self-revelation, he’s at long last won over the trust of Team Rick, which ended with Rick approaching him to take care of his child when he’s not around. He joined the military of Alexandria in the comic books, which in the end prompted his demise in the battle. For this TV arrangement, such a move simply doesn’t fit, so we’re trusting they don’t militarize him. His redemptive arc stands tall, so to stain it by having him use arms would detract from his journey.