Viewers were treated to an especially romantic hour of television on The Walking Dead Season 6 Episode 10.
Wait… what?!? Romantic? The Walking Dead?!? Yes! Kind of. Sort of. Scroll down to see what we mean…
Picking up two months after the dramatic events of last week’s The Walking Dead Season 6 installment, we saw on Sunday night what life is now like in Alexandria.
And it was pretty darn good, with Rick, Michonne, Carl and Judith playing house… Eugene thinking about grains… and Maggie encouraging Enid to embrace this new world.
On a supply run, Daryl and Rick found a truck with a pasta maker and a vending machine with candy and soda and it was seeming like the best post-Apocalyptic day ever.
Soon, however, our two heroes ran into a man named Jesus. He claimed to be “running from the dead” and then claimed he had to keep going – and then he stole Rick and Daryl’s truck full of goodies.
After Rick and Daryl tracked him down (and Jesus saved Daryl from a walker), a tussle ensued, the truck was lost to bottom of a lake and Daryl succeeded in finally knocking Jesus out.
Back in Alexandria, Spencer (shovel in hand) told Michonne that he had to take care of something; while Carl and Enid came across a walker in the woods.
But Carl did not kill it. He led it away instead because it was actually Deanna.
Spencer had seen this version of his mother the night that Alexandria fell, he told Michonne.
After putting a knife in Deanna’s skull as gingerly as possible, he explained that he was out there to bury her once and for all.
Once his heartbreaking task was over, Michonne assured Spencer that he still had family.
Toward the end of the episode, Rick and Daryl drove Jesus back to town, just before Rick and Michonne sat back and relaxed on a sofa.
And then Rick grabbed her hand and the entire television world gasped and the two made out. And then they had sex!!!!!!!!!
Seriously, Rick and Michonne are now a thing! Go watch The Walking Dead online if you do not believe us.
Later that evening, the brand new lovers were awakened – in their bedroom, no less! -by Jesus.
How did he break free? We have no idea. But this is what he said right before the credits rolled:
“We should talk."