'The Walking Dead’ Season 7 Episode 5 Spoilers, News & Update: Will Revenge Finally Be Served? Here's What We Know! Plot Details

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Nov 21, 2016 11:09 AM EST

"The Walking Dead Season 7 Episode 5" has currently landed onto the awaiting fans, and while the season started off with quite a bang, not many can agree to this one in particular being the same. However, there may be some hints that fans may like especially in the coming weeks.

As some may know, "The Walking Dead Season 7" introduced the communities of The Saviors, the people from The Kingdom and as previously seen, those from The Hilltop. For "The Walking Dead Season 7 Episode 5," some spoilers are indicated below and could hint a few more for the coming weeks.

According to past reports, some fans were quite worried on what could happen to the cast of "The Walking Dead" after the gargantuan cliffhanger that Season 6 left. Now, for "The Walking Dead Season 7 Episode 5," it is apparent that some of the people who have were gravely affected have some ideas up their sleeves that need to burst out. This includes Maggie and Sasha, who parted ways from Rick and the gang after the traumatic punishments rendered by Negan.

Prior to "The Walking Dead Season 7 Episode 5" entitled "Go Getters," the people from the Hilltop were left dealing with Rick and his group to take out The Saviors, but failed to do so. Now, finding safety and medical care at The Hilltop, Maggie and Sasha are being hid from the opposition by Jesus who urges the protective leader Gregory to permit their stay. While they may be temporarily safe, it can be seen that Gregory does not tolerate the two, even igniting an exchange of words with Jesus.

While this may be good, Carl is also on a mission of his own to at least get a piece of The Saviors. Alongside Enid, they make their way to The Hilltop, with Enid wanting to help Maggie whereas Carl is after vengeance. This leads to the speculation that "The Walking Dead Season 7 Episode 5" will now proceed as the novel says-with Carl headed to the lair of The Saviors to extract revenge.

There are some, however, who see that "The Walking Dead Season 6 Episode 5" fell short of expectation. Some may see that this is due to the momentum the season carried from the get-go, as well as the rather cheesy build-up of the Carl-Enid romance. Another is the overexposure of The Hilltop arguments between Jesus and Gregory, but nevertheless, it could be the turning point of the season in which Carl and Jesus can finally infiltrate the lair of The Saviors.

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