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Warning: Full spoilers for the episode below.

Bookended by Daryl and Carol's new split over the sanctity of life (or, at least, her no longer wanting to kill), "Twice as Far" tried to be many things. It had moments of comedy. It was a meditative, atmospheric "run" episode. It furthered the Saviors storyline (they now know where Alexandria is - *gulp*). And it circled things back to some earlier series dynamics - like Eugene and Abraham's past falling out and Carol's first exile.

So maybe it tried to have too many different components. Though maybe, without Rick (this one was Rick-less - yup!), that's the way it had to be. And using the format of two groups going out on separate did help give it some shape. I was a little bummed that we didn't learn more about Rosita, as the episode felt like it was leaning toward that, but I did enjoy Denise's time outside the gates. Even though it ended rather badly for her. It's been a while since we've watched someone experience the horror of the outside world with fresh eyes, so I liked her trying to absorb it all. And then I also enjoyed learning about how she wanted to head out there because she regretted not being able to go along with Tara.

A lot of little things transpired in this one, but let's start with the big stuff. Denise getting an eyeful of arrow and then Eugene freakin' ferociously biting Dwight in the d***! Eugene, the adapter. What a phenomenal move. AND I enjoyed that he wasn't lying about Abraham being out there.

And yes, we got the return of Dwight. Now with a wickedly burned face and a shaky crossbow aim. Denise fell here, but overall this was still a big win for Alexandria. All things considered. They're now three (or four) up in the confrontation game. Which means there's a hurting coming. I can only assume. Because right now the Saviors, aside from perhaps having a numbers advantage, kind of suck.

By the way, it'd be funny if Carol somehow wound up having to save everyone's ass again like she did with the Terminus situation.

Back to the "little things" now. Eugene (RIP Mullet) had a great idea about making bullets, Rosita started half-heartedly seeing Spencer, Morgan built a prison cell, Abraham officially made his feelings known to Sasha, Denise risked her life to get Tara that damn Orange Crush, and Daryl sucked at driving stick. A far as quieter, "come down" episodes go, this one was pretty busy. Maybe too busy, but perhaps a crunch was needed in order to get through all these little story pieces before the final two episodes.

The Verdict

"Twice as Far" was a little disjointed, trying to get a lot of Rick-less story in before the Season 6 endgame, but there were still some nice, powerful scenes. I don't know that I fully buy Carol's choice to leave. I was in on the quick decision to make her weary of killing, but this type of self-exile didn't feel quite right. Denise's story and the two run missions worked well though.

The Walking Dead: "Twice as Far" Review -
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