So does honoring Eastman's legacy belong above other people's lives? Because why would you take down a ruthless murderer, right, in order to protect people under your protection? Where is the room for an "all life is precious" philosophy in a world where people hack innocents into pieces for their own entertainment, where human-beings have turned to deceiving other human-beings into being eaten, where kids grow up so ****ed up that they become dangerous? Disorders must become common in a world like that, I can imagine. And I can also imagine how he'd struggle with it. I definitely don't think he'll ever be completely "normal". And Eastman was of great impact in who he is today. Someone mentioned people like Rick only save themselves and their people and kill everyone else, but I don't agree with that either. I haven't often disagreed with Rick killing an outsider. He tries to take them in, he tries not to be in that situation where he has to pick their lives over others. If he had been going on a killing spree on every stranger, this would mean he's no better than the Wolves. This would also mean Father Gabriel wouldn't be there right now. It would mean he hadn't joined Abraham, Rosita and Eugene. Many more people who were ever with them would've died by his hands if that were true. It's true that Morgan has spent almost the entire ZA alone, if you think about it. I'm also guessing he wasn't really out there much, and I can say for sure that he hasn't seen the things Rick & Co have seen. He hasn't encountered any ****ed up minds who trick naive survivors into wanting to murder an entire group because this said person wanted what they had or rather, didn't want them to have what they had. Maybe this plays part in this, but I don't think it influences much. Eastman was, in a way, very special to Morgan. I perfectly understand why he would want to honor his legacy. However, if it's causing indirect deaths, in my opinion, it's time to put that aside for a bit. Maybe, considering the disorder, that's more difficult. While I struggle with two disorders myself, I don't have PTSD, so I wouldn't know how his mind works. That being said, I do understand viewers who dislike him now. I wouldn't want to kill if it's not necessary either. But the question is: was killing the Wolves not necessary? They attacked a community where almost everyone was incapable of protecting themselves. Morgan was one of the very few who could do that for them. Instead, he spends time tying up one of those killers and arguing about it with Carol. Carol wanted to get things done as fast as she could to save more lives. Carol knew that it wasn't an option to spare all their lives. Now, I'm not so salty about not killing the Alpha. If he had locked him up in a safe place, one where he definitely wouldn't be able to escape, I'd even pat him on the back for it. I'm sure in the next episodes they won't have time for these Wolves but the idea is good. Hadn't it been that shit was going to go down quickly, they could've even interrogated the guy, even though I don't believe they'd be much wiser by it. He doesn't strike me as a person who's going to be honest about anything other than that he's planning to kill everyone. But what I do hold against Morgan is letting those Wolves go, letting them grab a weapon, and leave. He could've known nothing good was going to come out of it. In fact, I think it's lucky it's Rick the Wolves ran into. I don't think there would be many people who'd be able to kill them all. They probably would've just killed more people if it hadn't been him. I think the episode was interesting, and it filled a few empty slots. I also don't want to say I dislike Morgan. I'm just disappointed where they are going with him, I hope this is not the end of his character development. But I get why people do dislike him. His wanting to honor Eastman's legacy is not really adjustable when you're together. It works when you're alone, maybe. It works when you're with the two of you, I guess, maybe three. But not in big groups - especially not if more than half of these people don't even know how to knife someone. I don't think he should've put that above saving them at all cost.