For some Americans, the image of lucha libre might come from the 2006 Jack Black movie "Nacho Libre," which farcically harkened back to a time when masked luchadores were Mexico's working-class superheroes.The masks were cover for their daily alter egos -- taco vendors, construction workers and desk jockeys.Because we all knew that no one person's plan was going to get the job done here. It's understandable that we'd have to go through another Negan episode so that something bad could happen that would make Rick want to push back - and Negan would have to be an extra pain in the ass -- with his spaghetti and lemonade and billiards -- to get Rick to that place. What we did wind up with though, in the end, was a transformed Rosita (who thought her life was expendable because the show had basically only ever given her one thing to live for), a respected on-the-rise leader in Maggie, an emboldened and more interesting Aaron, a slightly more courageous Eugene (he admitted to making the bullet...after a few people did it first), and an escaped Daryl.But there's still just so much reliance on Negan as a tool for roll-the-dice chaos. And yes, I did tear up when he and Rick hugged at at Hilltop in the end.
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