‘The Walking Dead’ Season 8 episode 3 recap: Ezekiel shot during battle?

Khary Payton as Ezekiel (Facebook/The Walking Dead)

Khary Payton as Ezekiel (Facebook/The Walking Dead)

“The Walking Dead” Season 8 episode 3 titled “Monsters” aired on AMC on Nov. 5, Sunday. The episode was directed by Greg Nicotero.

In “Monsters,” Daryl (Norman Reedus) found Morales (Juan Gabriel Pareja) threatening Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln). Daryl shot Morales in the head and along with Rick, he pursued a group of Saviors who were transporting weapons to another outpost.

Gregory (Xander Berkeley) returned to Hilltop and had a heated argument with Maggie (Lauren Cohan). In the end, Maggie allowed Gregory him back in the community.

A group of Saviors was captured and was led by Tara (Alanna Masterson) and Jesus (Tom Payne) to Hilltop. Initially, Maggie initiated the idea of killing the Saviors but she eventually agreed to Jesus’s plan was to hold them prisoner instead.

The group of Carol (Melissa McBride) and Ezekiel (Khary Payton) searched for an escaped Savior. During the search, the group found another Savior outpost.

Carol and Ezekiel’s group attacked the Savior outpost. While protecting Ezekiel during the battle, several members of the group were shot.

Father Gabriel Stokes (Seth Gilliam), Morgan (Lennie James), Michonne (Danai Gurira). Aaron (Ross Marquand), Eugene (Josh McDermitt), Jadis (Pollyana McIntosh), Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), Enid (Katelyn Nacon), Todd (Lee Norris), Simon (Steven Ogg), Carl (Chandler Riggs) and Rosita (Christian Serratos) were also featured in “Monsters.” William Mahnken and Michael David Yuhl played Savior.

Dimitri Hale and James Sterling appeared in “Monsters” as Walkers. Scott Lomas played an Alexandrian in the episode.

After “Monsters,” “The Walking Dead” Season 8 episode 4 titled “Some Guy” will air on Nov. 12, Sunday. In “Some Guy,” the battle between the Saviors and Rick’s forces will continue.

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