To each their own. For me nothing refreshing about the 4th time someone in the band of merry men has fallen through a roof and there's zero drama in these extended zombie clearing scenes when no one ever dies this way. It's boring filler.
Not trying to convince you to change your opinion at all. But to me it's just what a large part of life would actually be in that situation. Once you manage to live long enough to get past that initial flurry where nobody is quite sure what's going on, figure out how to deal with the zombies and find a relatively safe place to live, most of life is going to be the drudgery of trying to acquire the things you need and keeping the zombies from congregating too heavily in your general vicinity. I think any potential dramatic or exciting major events would be much fewer and farther between than what the show is doing.
What can I say? I called the double cross with the Dumpsters. Man, that was so obvious.
What a fitting end to a beloved character. I think the conversation between Sasha and Abraham sums up the overall theme of the "Walking Dead" that good people put their heads on the chopping blocks for the sake of others.
Where did Negan get the Snake Plissken gun?
You'd think we were here for something other than fun. - Ishmael