Morgan confesses to Rick that he took a Wolf captive during the attack on Alexandria. Morgan wakes up in a cell inside the cabin. Rick fires at the man, but Morgan pushes him and causes him to miss.
To a certain extent it's the ravings of a lunatic but it's also about him trying to clear out his life and clear out any entanglements around him.
While training Ben, Morgan borrows him The Art of Peace book given to him by Eastman and states that he is struggling with his beliefs as he was forced to kill again to save Carol, but still continues to value life. Morgan claims that Rick, Carl, and his people will die either by bullets or by walkers, and refuses to join them, not wanting to see anyone else die.
So it was a lot of fun having him back and also having him do things that were so different from what he had done before.
Morgan refuses as he doesn't want to be the one to break the peace. Morgan asked the Wolves to leave, but instead the Wolves attacked him. But the day you stop caring is the day disaster strikes.
Following this, Morgan remained firmly protective of his son where he endeavored to create a a sense of normalcy for Duane including correction his grammar as well as engaging in mealtime prayers.
While clearing out the walkers caught on his traps, Carl approaches Morgan and tells him that he is sorry for shooting him earlier.
Morgan lunges at Rick and Rick defends himself by whipping Morgan with the butt of his rifle. Rick returns fire and a shootout ensues. Ezekiel convinces him to march with them to Alexandria.
To save John's life after he gets shot, Morgan, Al, June, who is the woman John knew as Laura and a young girl named Charlie return to the Dell Diamond baseball stadium where Alicia's group had formed a community before it was destroyed by the Vultures. Susie Spear Purcell as Shelly Neudermeyer, resident of Alexandria, that has an obsessive eagerness for the machines to make pastas.
A man orders him to put his gun down. He is about to kill him when Jesus stops him, stating they've surrendered. The show obviously has such a devout fan base. As Michonne tries to get out of the mud, walkers surround the car.
Morgan succeeds in reaching the others in time and countering the antifreeze poisoning through the ethanol in beer from Jim's brewery.
Morgan participates in the defense of the Hilltop Colony and helps to repel the attack and then to deal with the reanimated residents who have been turned by the Saviors' tainted weapons. Despite this, the scenario in which Rick Grimes chases down a man who betrayed the group's trust was a moment from the source material, albeit with a different character.
He then goes to see Carol and reveals what happened as well as telling her the truth about everyone the Saviors as killed. Their disagreement over killing leads Morgan to attack Jesus, leading to a heated fight.
Morgan replies he was taught by a Eastman, a cheese maker. The two struggle, as Morgan pins Rick down. Call it the Carl Grimes Memorial Episode.
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