After finally getting back to Rick and the good people of Alexandria, it looks like The Walking Dead will head out on the road once again.
'Go Getters', which is set to air Sunday night on AMC, is the fifth episode of The Walking Dead's seventh season.
The episode is set to follow the events over at Hilltop, and give fans their first look at how Maggie has been doing since Glenn was killed in the season premiere.
This will also be the first time anyone has seen Sasha, Gregory, Jesus, or Simon since the season premiere, if not before.
If you're wondering what to expect from The Walking Dead this week, click throught the slideshow to check out five of our predictions.
Sasha Finds The Kingdom
It's been made clear that Sasha is hanging out in Hilltop with Maggie. She got her friend to safety, but staying in one place has never really been Sasha's M.O.
In an effort to help out Hilltop, or to send a message for Maggie, there could ba a good chance Sasha leaves the gated community in this episode.
Think about it, there isn't another person in Hilltop that Maggie truly trusts. If she needs to tell Rick something, or get some kind of medicine that they may not have at Hilltop, Sasha will be the one to go.
If she does happen to leave, she could possibly stumble upon The Kingdom. Their soldiers are always out scouting, and the communities aren't that far away. This could be the first step in getting the entire group back together again.
Rick Appears At Some Point
This season has been a carousel of different storylines. One week is with The Kingdom, the next stays at Sanctuary. Last week, Rick finally had the spotlight back.
According to the preview for 'Go Getters', the episode will be spent at Hilltop. No one has seen Maggie, Sasha, or Jesus for some time, and this is the episode that will bring them all back around.
AMC did, however, release a clip of Michonne and Carl talking in their house. Their conversation mentioned Rick going away, but nothing more was said.
Even though this is Hilltop's episode, it will likely start with a bit of Rick's story.
In the comics, Dwight is Negan's right hand man. Simon, however, is completely absent.
The show has been known to add in characters from time to time - Daryl, Tara, and Sasha are great examples of this.
While Simon is a fun addition, he's not all that necessary. He also takes away from Dwight's storyline, making him seem less important than he actually is.
In this episode, Simon comes knocking on Hilltop's doors, and the dynamic duo of Maggie and Sasha likely aren't over the loss of their loved ones. Once these women see Simon, they will immediately think of what Negan did.
If any kind of conflict erupts this week, Simon isn't going to make it.
Maggie Sets Up Leadership Role At Hilltop
One of the biggest storylines in the comics revolves around Maggie's rise to power as the leader of Hilltop. Negan killing Glenn was the first step in this process.
One Maggie is broken by loss, she heads to Hilltop to escape the sad memories in Alexandria. Once there, she can't stand by and watch as Gregory runs his people into the ground. It's been made obvious that the man is a coward, and that's the kind of thing Maggie doesn't abide.
When Rick and Negan eventually go to war, Rick calls on Hilltop for help. Gregory refuses to stand up to the villain, but Maggie overthrows him and comes to the rescue.
In this episode, look for this storyline to be teased. Maggie won't make any moves to take over, she probably has no desire to at the moment, but the seeds will be planted for this eventual power struggle.
Carl Runs Away
Carl doesn't stay in the house. Carl NEVER stays in the house.
Rick and Michonne are both heading out of Alexandria this week, and that means no one will be around to tell Carl what to do. Well, no one that Carl is willing to listen to anyway.
Since this edgy teen always has the heart to want to help, but always botches the execution, he will likely take this opportunity to run off.
He may try to go find Negan, or he may just go to gather some supplies for the community. Either way, there's no way he actually stays where he's supposed to.
What do you think will happen in 'Go Getters'? Let us know in the comments below.