The Walking Dead: The Art of Peace receives some new reviews on AmazonHe lives alone in a cabin in the woods, where he crosses paths with Morgan Jones and forms a strong friendship with him. Although he only appeared in one episode, Eastman was shown to be a highly intelligent, caring and peaceful person who was a strong, determined survivor. Before the apocalypse occurred, Eastman suffered a terrible tragedy at the hands of one of his former patients, Crighton Dallas Wilton who murdered his whole family and thus inspired Eastman to take revenge. Eastman was eventually able to achieve revenge against Wilton by capturing him and starving him to death in a cell. Eastman appeared to regret this later on and claimed that Wilton's death brought him no peace, and it was from this incident that he vowed to never kill another human being again, a vow he maintained for the rest of his life and is what finally brought him peace.
The Walking Dead: The Art of Peace receives some new reviews on Amazon
Read on to find out what Benjamin said to Morgan in a scene that was particularly difficult to understand. This post will have spoilers through Season 7 Episode Just before Benjamin died, he said something to Morgan that was really hard to understand. He said:. The words are part of an Aikido cree that Benjamin shared with Morgan when he delivered a painting to Morgan earlier in the episode.
The episode was written by Scott M. Gimple and directed by Stephen Williams. This episode is the second episode in the show's history to feature only one main cast member after " Live Bait ", which is centered on The Governor , and it focuses on the experiences of Morgan Jones Lennie James between the episodes " Clear " season 3 and " No Sanctuary " season 5. After the Wolves' attack on Alexandria is repelled, Morgan secretly imprisons the Wolf he had captured in the unfinished ground floor of an unoccupied Alexandria townhouse. In an effort to redeem the Wolf by convincing him to renounce his violent ways, Morgan decides to tell him about his past. Flashbacks show Morgan's life some time after Rick's brief reunion with him.
As the episode begins, Morgan is a merciless killing machine driven mad by the loss of his wife and daughter in the zombie apocalypse. Encountering a father and son in the woods, Morgan viciously stabs one in the throat and strangles the other with his bare hands. Soon Morgan is drawn to a cabin by the bleating of a goat. Eastman also shares that he served pre-apocalypse as a forensic psychiatrist for the state of Georgia and evaluated prisoners to determine if they were fit to rejoin society. And what does Morgan do? Eastman has a better explanation.