Following last night's intense episode of The Walking Dead, AMC has debuted two previews for next week's Twice as Far, airing Sunday, March 20 at 9 PM ET. The first preview features a scene between Daryl (Norman Reedus) and Carol (Melissa Suzanne McBride), who are finally back safe in Alexandria after their run-in with the Saviors. During last night's episode, Daryl actually got his motorcycle back, after it was stolen in the sixth episode Always Accountable. In this new scene, Carol (Melissa Suzanne McBride) notices his bike has returned, asking him about the people he saved in the burnt forest.

Before Carol comes over, Daryl is seen going through a backpack, where he finds a familiar item. The small soldier figurine that he took from the trio he met in the forest, Dwight (Austin Amelio), Sherry (Christine Evangelista) and Tina (Liz E. Morgan). After helping them out, these Saviors ended up turning on Daryl, stealing his motorcycle and crossbow before taking off for parts unknown. We saw the motorcycle in last week's Not Tomorrow Yet, where one of the Saviors tried to use it to make his escape after Rick and his crew raided the Saviors compound.

We haven't seen Dwight, Sherry and Tina since Always Accountable, so it's possible that this scene, where Daryl says he was wrong for saving them, and he should have killed them, could foreshadow their return. They obviously went to the Saviors' facility at some point after stealing the bike from Daryl, but it seemed from Always Accountable that they were trying to escape this group, lead by the nefarious Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), who we'll meet in the season finale Something to Fear on April 3.

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The new trailer for next week's episode teases some interesting developments, like Eugene (Josh McDermitt) finally cutting off his mullet, perhaps to impress the newly-single Rosita (Christian Serratos), and Rick examining what appears to be Morgan's (Lennie James) jail cell. Last week, executive producer Greg Nicotero confirmed that Morgan is in fact building a jail cell, which is a callback to a previous episode. The fourth episode of The Walking Dead Season 6, Here's Not Here, was a flashback that showed how Morgan became such a pacifist. The episode showcased his run-in with Eastman (John Carroll Lynch), who initially kept Morgan in a small cell, although Eastman later revealed that it was never locked. Throughout the course of the episode, Eastman teaches him the ways of t'ai chi and how to properly use a bo staff, as Morgan finally finds peace within.

If that wasn't enough, we also have two new photos from next week's Twice as Far, and 10 images from last night's The Same Boat. There are just three episodes left on this season of The Walking Dead, and there have been hints that there could be two big deaths coming up on the show in the final episodes, if the show follows the original comic books, with Abraham (Michael Cudlitz) and Glenn's (Steven Yeun) end quite near. Take a look at the videos and photos below, and stay tuned for more on The Walking Dead.

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