Children of Virtue and Vengeance Reader Q&A
I don't think the dead care about vengeance...
Hoss accidentally kills Willie the town drunk. His remorse may not be enough to stop Willie's hate-filled brother who only wants revenge even though the towns people know it wasn't Hoss' fault. Hoss kills drunken neighbor Willie Twilight while trying to disarm the man and is devastated with guilt. Willie's brother Red is determined to get even and shoots Hoss in the back. While Hoss lies in bed unconscious and clinging to life, a vengeful Joe vows to his big brother that he will kill Red Twilight. Willie Twilight is drunk and firing his gun in all directions mostly to the sky.
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Community Showcase More. Follow TV Tropes. You need to login to do this. Get Known if you don't have an account. Me dad's still dead and I don't feel the slightest bit different. It only leaves you with more anger! Properly speaking, there is no such thing as revenge.
Things are tense in Alexandria. There's only one person who can keep the group and the Alexandrians from turning on each other, and that's Rick Grimes. Which makes it problematic that Rick Grimes is missing, and Crazy Rick last seen making imaginary phone calls to Ghost Lori has taken his place. Trying to tell whether "Try," the penultimate episode of The Walking Dead 's fifth season, is a good episode or not is kind of impossible. It's clearly such a set-up to next week's finale that it might as well have been titled "Part One and "Part Two" even though the finale is going to be 90 minutes long, apparently.