What in the hell were those 3 idiots doing anyway? trying to round up their old gang from high school? WTF were "Patty" and who were the Aunt Beru and Uncle Owen lookalikes in the cabin?
Patty was the fuel truck Daryl found at the end. The 3 went to a fuel company lot "Pattrick fuels" or something. The license plate said "Patti" on it. (Who moved the truck out in the woods, we may never know)
The dead people were people they knew who got caught in the fire they started to kill the walkers.
I still don't get how they burned the whole forest up - what was the combustible agent? Gas? Dude's explanation was pretty sketchy.
Gas, hence the truck and the fuel company compound.
Why was everything that came out of those 3 people's mouths practically incomprehensible? All that crap about "earning" and being "on your knees" was baffling. Even the "Claimer" gang made more sense than that.
Deliberate confusion by the writers to create mystery by using characters who call a truck "patti" and are vague in their dialogue.
Why would anyone choose Sasha over Rosita???
Abraham isn't all there.
But the stupidest thing of all was the ending. Daryl is about to take them back to Alexandria where their lives will be infinitely better, they already know they can trust him because he came back to help them, and they STILL decide to screw him over and split? WHY??? Were they planning to go back to Negan's crew? or just take off on their own? That was completely asinine on every level.
Can't fix stupid. But they also have reason to be distrustful of anyone. Remember how Rick and Co. reacted to Aaron's invite.
Didn't mean to sound so grumpy. Just a hard episode to follow, IMHO.
I didn't get the "Patti" thing until Talking Dead mentioned it.
What bugged me. The ambush everyone had hero armor, Daryl gets a flesh wound. Abe and Sasha leave behind their enemies' guns and ammo because it's not like those are hard to find.
Also, from what I read, it's unlikely an insulin would still be usable this far into the pocky lips.