3Tough Decisions On The Walking Dead

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There are several dilemmas on The Walking Dead’s “Say Yes,” but perhaps the greatest one is Tara’s dilemma to tell Rick about Oceanside. She knows there are weapons there, but she’s scared people will die.

It did seem a little too easy for Rick and Michonne to simply find enough guns in one day. Despite finding over sixty guns, Jadis decided that it wasn’t enough for them to follow through with their agreement.

This weighed more on Tara’s dilemma.

Tara Rhetorically Confides In Judith

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Tara decided to confide in Judith early in the episode. She gives Little Ass Kicker a bracelet that Cyndie gave her and talks about the importance of trust, being good in a cruel world, and someone who “put her ass on the line” for her.

“She saved my life. She didn’t have to but she did,” Tara spoke at Judith. “That means something now — it has to,” she confirmed, rhetorically to herself. “If I say something, Rick won’t leave there without their guns.”

For Tara, this means that Oceanside may fall to Alexandria.

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