Walking Dead Season 2 Episode 11 "Judge, Jury, Executioner" Sneak Peek
So what are they going to do about Randall? Will they decide to kill him? Will he be held as a prisoner? Will he join the group? He did try to plead his case when Rick and Shane were going to leave him "18 Miles Out," but it didn't go over so well like he hoped when he mentioned he knows Maggie. What will the group decide to do?
In the Walking Dead season 2 episode 11 sneak peek for "Judge, Jury, Executioner" (below), Dale wants to change Shane's mind. Neither of them is going anywhere, so they might as well talk it out "like men." While Dale acknowledges that they're in danger having Randall there, he also does point out that they outnumber him. However, Shane argues that there are more where he comes from. Dale is right when he says, "killing him doesn't change that...but it changes us." If they do kill RandallÂ—and it looks like Rick may be the one to do it, as he is standing over Randall holding a gun in the promoÂ—they're doing it in cold blood. He's not a threat at the moment, though his friends are, and he's not pointing a gun at them or trying to threaten what they have at the farm like Dave and Tony did. However, could it be too late as it is? Have they already been changed? Rick did acknowledge that he's not the good guy anymore in "18 Miles Out," but would killing Randall be a step too far even if it is for the best for the group?
Shane tells Dale he won't say anything if Dale convinces everyone else not to kill Randall when they get together to discuss it, but he still thinks he's wrong. When Randall kills someone, the blood will be on Dale. Is Dale "dead wrong" like Shane says he is? What will everyone decide? It does look like they decide to kill Randall, unless that shot of Rick standing over him is from when they first bring him into the barn to scare him. With Randall saying that he knows Maggie, will Maggie speak up to defend him? He did say they weren't friends and he just knew of her, so perhaps that won't even matter. What is important is that they can't let him just leave and possibly alert the others in his group to where the farm is. But should they kill him?
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