'Walking Dead': Sonequa Martin-Green on Sasha's "Perfect" Fate

The Walking Dead Season 7 finale, titled "The First Day Of The Rest Of Your Life", starts with Sasha listening to Donny Hathaway's "Someday We'll All Be Free" on headphones inside a coffin and having flashbacks of her last morning with Abraham (miss that guy). But I'm happy now that everyone knows what's happening and we can talk about it openly.

Starting as it did with the brutal on screen deaths of Glenn and Abraham, Season 7 of The Walking Dead was a mixed bag.

It tackled all of those things and more, to different measures, and some worked a lot better than others.


There was an emotional end to this season of The Walking Dead. On their way there, Sasha will voluntarily go into a coffin and take the pill Eugene gave her.

"One of the things I dislike most about this show is that you make friends with people, you become family with people", said James, who plays Morgan Jones. And thanks to the note that Dwight left (via a carved soldier, fittingly) confirming that he didn't know about the double-cross, now the Alexandrians and their allies have an inside man to use against Negan in Season 8. While Rick and Carl were on their knees, she was in a struggle for her life on a balcony with one of Jadis' followers.

"Every year you ask me that question", Gimple told host Chris Hardwick when asked what's next. Meanwhile, most of the episode was filled with Sasha in a coffin, which Negan meant to use as bait.


"For me, if I love a certain series or movie, I don't want to go and be like, 'what happens at the end?'" Rick will also be joined by the Kingdom and Hilltop communities. This season has definitely seen its up's and down's but we're gearing up for a battle of epic proportions tonight. Perhaps that's why there were so many different flourishes upon which to chew, from Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) engaging in her noble sacrifice to an unexpected betrayal to an old-fashioned last-minute rescue, sending Negan and his band into uncharacteristic retreat.

What wasn't surprising at all was the death of Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green), which was telegraphed a long, long time ago.

So what did you think?


'I am Negan, ' which we've heard Eugene say before, but now he says it to the ones who have jumped through hoops to keep him alive in hopes of deterring Rick Grimes and our heroes from their blitz attack.


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