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Top 3 Easter Eggs From The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 3

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He's a monster, she's a monster, everyone is a monster! Welcome to Watch The Walking Dead, the weekly show where we look at the most fun and interesting moments, references and easter-eggs in the newest episode of AMC's The Walking Dead. Today we're looking at Season 8 Episode 3, "Monsters". Have an idea you want to see made into a WatchMojo video? Check out our Interactive Suggestion Tool at http://http://WatchMojo.commy/suggest.php
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He's a monster, she's a monster, everyone is a monster! Welcome to Watch The Walking Dead, the weekly show where we look at the most fun and interesting moments, references and easter-eggs in the newest episode of AMC's The Walking Dead. Today we're looking at Season 8 Episode 3, "Monsters".

#3 Rick Forgot About T-Dog
During the drawn out discussion that Rick and Morales have about right, wrong and who the real 'monsters' are, Rick lists off mutual friends who died after the two parted ways. When Rick first meets Morales, the latter is already friends with Andrea, Glenn and T-Dog. But, of course Rick doesn't mention T-Dog when he tells Morales about the people they both knew who have since died. T-Dog has always been the show's most unrecognized hero and it seems Rick has forgotten about him too.

#2 Rick and Daryl Mirrors Rick and Shane
So the kid that Daryl killed at the end of the episode was Todd, one of the Savior's forced laborers and not, in fact, a fighter. Rick is visibly upset about the killing as he had just promised Todd that he would be free to go if he surrendered both himself and information. This is very similar to season 2, when the survivors encounter Randall, and Rick and Shane debate on killing him to ensure the safety of the group, or sparing him and showing that the group still retains some humanity. And we all know how that one ended.

Before we get to our top moment, here are some of the best lines from this week’s episode:

"I know who it was. Don't matter."

"He's not worth Killing. Not yet anyway."

"I'm not right. But that doesn't make me wrong."

#1 Why The Camera
Towards the end of the episode we see rick using a Polaroid camera to take pictures of the aftermath of the attack on the Savior outpost. Why is Rick doing this? Well, think back to season 6, when the Survivors discover a wall of Polaroid photographs in the Savior's satellite outpost, depicting many of Negan's victims. Rick probably plans on doing the reverse to Negan, by showing Negan the bodies of dead Saviors. Rick and Company have been trying really hard to differentiate themselves from Negan and his people, but actions like this make it harder and harder for Rick to take the moral high-ground.
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