Negan and Rick head toward war on 'The Walking Dead'

The Walking Dead Season 7 finale took its first victim.

Now, we're happy Sasha one-uped Negan. There's no other show I can tune in to and feel the sense of dread I had while watching the season seven finale, worrying that something awful might happen to a character I like.

As the season rolled on, Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and his colleagues plotted to stop Negan.

It tackled all of those things and more, to different measures, and some worked a lot better than others.

Sasha appears to be falling in line with Negan, how she'll help with the attack, but only one person has to die, little do we know, that one person she is referring to, is herself.

Their worlds were rocked again when they were betrayed by the Scavengers, who happened to also be serving Negan and his group. Earlier this season, Maggie almost leaves it on Glenn's grave but changes her mind at the last minute.

To say more would be to spoil the elegant plot twist, so instead let's talk about all the fond words Martin-Green's co-stars lobbed her way on the after-show. He took her back to her "home" in a coffin - when she finally chose to take the pill and end her life. Plus, Sasha gets surprising advice in her plan to thwart Negan's efforts. On their travels, they bumped into Morgan, who was going after the Saviors alone. Abraham and Sasha, but their love will never die. Unbeknownst to him, however, when he opens Sasha's casket, she is a walker. What if he decides to take out his anger and aggression out on the Hilltop? Thanks to Maggie and other survivors at Alexandria, the Kingdom, and Hilltop, there will be more days and decisions like Glenn's.

Sasha, who'd gone full zombie after ingesting said poison, leapt out of the coffin Negan meant to hand over to Rick and the Alexandrians, giving Negan le mini heart attack and creating the most badass moment of the episode.

It's not like you're a critical thinker. Negan leans over the balcony where a group of guys are waiting, and yells, "We're going to war boys!" and is met with cheers. We're guessing it won't take long for the Big Bad to mount his counterattack, so expect some action right from the get go when the series returns later this year. We met Ezekiel (swoon), watched Carl sing to Negan (terrifying), and saw Spencer get knifed (sorry not sorry, Spencer).