[WATCH] ‘The Walking Dead’ episode 7 preview: ‘Sing Me a Song’ switches between Alexandria & the Sanctuary

AMC’s trailer for next week’s episode of “The Walking Dead” is short but jam-packed with characters and clues. Titled “Sing me a Song,” this newest outing looks like it will cover a good deal of territory when it airs December 4, including switching between both Alexandria and the Sanctuary. Watch the preview trailer for “The Walking Dead” Season 7, Episode 7 above.

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It seems that several characters will flee their relative safety of Alexandria next week. Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and Aaron (Ross Marquand) are out on some type of supply run. They hop a fence, clearly ignoring a “keep out” sign. Hopefully whatever group or person put the sign up is not waiting in ambush. Michonne (Danai Gurira) also hits the road, but falls into her old habit of wandering solo. Could she have left without Rick’s knowledge? The two lovers butted heads the last time we saw them.

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The preview also gives some of the spotlight to Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and his Sanctuary. Negan is spouting his usual propaganda about his rules, saying, “There is always a cost.” It is unclear who he is speaking to, but it does look like he addresses a large crowd of his people at one point. Though he could simply still be harassing Daryl (Norman Reedus), who remains a prisoner of the Saviors.

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The final pieces of the puzzle are the stowaways on their way to the Sanctuary. Jesus (Tom Payne) and Carl (Chandler Riggs) might make it to their destination this episode. Gaining intel on the Saviors’ location would be a huge asset to the Alexandrians — if Carl and Jesus can make it out alive, that is. The preview shows shots of Jesus in the supply truck, but neither character is seen inside the actual camp. Hopefully they formulate a solid plan before they arrive.

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