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The war between Rick and Negan finally came to an end on the season eight finale of "The Walking Dead." Amid, the gunfire and the bloodshed, there were a lot of references to episodes past and plenty of comic nods for fans of the graphic novels.
After berating Father Gabriel for attempting to sabotage the bullets, Eugene wound up doing it anyway himself.
Eugene tells his workers at the end of the episode that it's time for all of them to do something useful with their pathetic lives.
She tells him he was a selfish traitor to work for Negan willingly and turning his back on the only friends he ever had. As they attempt to march him back to the Hilltop she says he'll live out the rest of his days doing "something useful with his pathetic life."
They're a group that cover themselves in the skin of the undead and walk hidden among them. The giant horde Rick saw could have been them.
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