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[S10E22] The Next In The Last ((FULL))



Maggie is walking with her son Hershel in Alexandria when she meets Negan, sharing a tense stare with him. Carol observes this, and shortly after takes Negan to Leah's cabin, claiming the Alexandrian council voted to banish Negan so that he could live away from Maggie. Negan suspects this is Carol's doing and not the councils'. At night, Negan has hallucinations of his old antagonistic self and begins to debate himself. The next day, Negan returns to where he was defeated by Rick Grimes at the end of the Savior War, recalling how Michonne told him that his baseball bat "Lucille" was never recovered afterwards. Negan searches and digs up his long-lost bat as a walker approaches and he reflects on his past.




[S10E22] The Next in the Last


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The next day, real time Negan goes back to the tree where Rick defeated him. He remembers when Rick slashed his throat. He also remembers asking Michonne to let him see Lucille. She told him they left the bat at the tree. Negan starts digging and a couple of walkers approach. He keeps digging until he finds the bat. He gently picks up the bat and smiles.


In Shreveport, Louisiana, a young man named Cyrus Styne exits a school building named Styne Hall. As he walks away, a group of guys stop him and start teasing him. After Cyrus is pushed to the ground, Eli Styne, who is in a car parked a short distance away, notices and gets out. He asks if anything is wrong, but the bully backs down. However, later that day, Eli confronts the bully after he leaves a convenience store, and he and Roscoe Styne corner him and kidnap him, putting a plastic bag over his head so he cannot breathe.


After finding the Styne estate, Dean kills three men who appear to be lookouts, stabbing one and shooting two. He then enters the house, which is dark for the first several seconds, until the lights switch on without warning, and a group of men with guns appear over the stair railings above Dean. Monroe appears among them as Eli sneaks up behind Dean and pulls a plastic bag over Dean's head.


Crowley continues coughing up blood. Sam tells Crowley that he is going to watch him die. Crowley admits that he is a monster, and, his eyes turning a demonic red, that he has enjoyed every minute of it. Standing up, pulls the bullet out, and sends Sam flying across the room with a flick of his hand. He considers killing Sam, but at the last minute lets him live.


Dean, unconscious, has been taken to the basement and tied to the operating table. When regains consciousness, he tells them that he can't die because of the Mark, but this doesn't stop them. As Monroe lowers the scalpel, Dean breaks free from his restraints. Headbutting Monroe, he grabs a knife and slices Eli's throat. He next kills a woman with a syringe that she was trying to inject into Dean, and then grabs Monroe and breaks his neck. Sam lets Rowena know he failed to kill Crowley, and then receives a call from Castiel, who is at the Styne estate, looking at the bloody bodies of the Stynes. He tells Sam that Dean was there, and that he killed at least fifteen people, brutally. He also tells Sam that Dean is headed back to the Bunker.


Moments later, Castiel arrives. He stops Dean from leaving, saying that he and Sam are only trying to cure him. He tells Dean that he can't fight the Mark forever, that it's only a matter of time before he turns. Dean again attempts to leave, and Castiel stops him. Dean punches Castiel and beats him mercilessly, until he is bleeding and semi-conscious on the floor. Dean pulls Castiel's angel blade from his coat, and prepares to stab him with it. Castiel looks up and pleads with him. After a pause, Dean stabs a book next to Castiel's head, then turns and walks out of the room, with a warning for Sam and Castiel to stay away from him, because next time he wouldn't miss.


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That's not how anyone talks about texts and not how they work. You can't have separate threads with the same person unless you are using different phone numbers or group texts, so all texts are just in one thread. For instance, I have one text thread with my sister that goes back however many years I've had this phone, but it has thousands of texts in it. I don't say I've only sent her one text in the last X years.


In the end Carole ended her Howife marathon the same way she began - as too cool for school. Too cool to stick up for a friend (acquaintance?) sitting right next to her and too cool to exit gracefully. Instead she gets together with another perceived Cool Kid and posts a video making fun of someone else's livelihood. Truly head scratching. As Carole is known for taking on the personalities of her current besties, that doesn't say much for Cassandra Grey. If this is girl-power and empowering women, I don't want any part of it.


In the end Carole ended her Howife marathon the same way she began - as too cool for school. Too cool to stick up for a friend (acquaintance?) sitting right next to her and too cool to exit gracefully. Instead she gets together with another perceived Cool Kid and posts a video making fun of someone else's livelihood. Truly head scratching. As Carole is known for taking on the personalities of her current besties, that doesn't say much for Cassandra Grey. If this is girl-power and empowering women, I don't want any part of it.


I have a feeling that next season, it may be Tinsley's turn, mostly because of the underlying bitterness Bethenny is feeling about her friendship with Carole, which actually turns out to not be a friendship. I was never a huge fan of Carole's, but she hit a new low with me last night.


Speaking of, did that crazy asshole actually say that she's not emotional or the hugging type because she's sane? Bitch done lost her mind. I don't care how big her brain supposedly is, it's broken if that's what she thinks. And she should probably revisit elementary school level math if she believes that 2001 or 2002 is 14 or 15 years ago. Admit it, Carole. Bethenny is right - - you haven't had a career or profession in at least the last decade. And quit playing dumb with Andy. You know damn well you told him off.


Judging from Lu's appearance on WWHL last night, she is trying really hard to take on that role for next season! She wants to be B's new bff so badly! It's her way of staying relevant on the show. And all I can think of are the times in the past B was calling her a snake and a whore and she eff's everybody!! Just goes to show what fake, phony bitches they all are. Next season it will be Beth as queen with Lu and Sonja by her side. Ramona, Dorinda and poor Tinsley will be the outcasts. Not sure I'm up for that.


Gordon asks Aaron to step in for a personal lesson on cooking langoustines with Subha. Nick realizes he has to check the cook on everything without blindly plating. They are now lagging behind the other team in terms of getting tables complete, but seem to be finding their rhythm at last.


Unfortunately, they end on the same bad note that they began. Because she had to refire a few scallops, Shari has run out on their last table. Joe has to go beg the table to accept langoustines instead, the horror. The diner reluctantly accepts the switch to an equally delicate and delicious protein but makes sure Joe knows he was really, really looking forward to scallops. 041b061a72


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