Spoilers for The Walking Dead Season 7 Episode 10 follow.
With the introduction of a new group in The Walking Dead on Sunday night came a new batch of politics for the AMC series. The bunch of characters calling a junkyard home seem to have struck a deal with Rick Grimes and his group of survivors, all in an effort to become more heavily armed and prepare for an attack on Negan's Savior.
Can this junkyard gang be trusted, though? After all, they did keep a spiked walker which looked like something from a Mad Max film in a pit to test their new acquaintances -- a test others have clearly failed to pass in the past.
"It has to be a little harder for them than that," McIntosh said. "Nobody tells Jadis what to do, you know?"
With Rick on a mission to retrieve guns for Jadis, he will certainly deliver if he is going to live up to Father Gabriel's praise seen earlier in the episode. When he does, fans will be hoping Jadis follows through on the deal and helps build Rick's army.
"Anything is possible and Jadis isn't a fair catch, at the least," McIntosh said. "She's trying to keep her group safe and they've survived very well in the way they've been working so far so she doesn't get too much away. To walk into our group and say, 'Oh, you're going to come and fight with us,' is not something I can actually say yes to. Even if I'm already knowing I might be doing it."
"I think I can safely say that anything is possible," McIntosh concludes.0comments