The Walking Dead season 10, episode 21 airs on Sunday, and we’ve got some fresh SPOILERS to share about the upcoming plot courtesy of The PT Channel on YouTube . Picking up from the Daryl-Carol plot of episode 18, this one further establishes the growing rift between these two fan-favorite characters. Want to know more about the future of their friendship in advance of the premiere? Then you’ve come to the right place. Fittingly titled “Diverged,” the upcoming plot explores the ongoing feud that has longtime walker stalkers in a world of concern. Knowing they’re at an impasse, Daryl and Carol decide to go on separate missions: Carol and Dog return to help out a struggling Alexandria, while Daryl embarks on a solo quest to fix his motorcycle. The plot shifts between these two concurrent stories to suggest a parallel in their predicaments. Starting with Daryl, he discovers that he needs a hose to fix his bike and a tool to attach it. Unfortunately, however, Daryl remembers he gave his Swiss army knife to Carol. So, he begins the plot with a busted ride and no means of making the situation better. Shifting over to Carol, she finds Alexandria’s community… Read full this story
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