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The Walking Dead Season 11 Episode 14 Scene Fans Couldn't Help But Love

AMC's "The Walking Dead" is entering the home stretch of not only Season 11 but the series as a whole. After fighting flesh-eating walkers since 2010 and losing plenty of beloved survivors along the way, "The Walking Dead" is coming to a close, but not going away entirely. 

Aside from the already airing "Fear The Walking Dead" spinoff series that runs alongside "The Walking Dead," several different other spinoffs have been announced for the franchise. This includes a Maggie (Lauren Cohan) and Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) spinoff series and a movie franchise starring Andrew Lincoln, who plays Rick Grimes, the long-running main character of "The Walking Dead" before his exit in Season 9.

Season 11, Episode 14, "The Rotten Core," follows two different storylines. One part of the show is about Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) trying to break into a rich person's house to steal some cash, and the other storyline follows Maggie and Aaron (Ross Marquand) on a different path of danger. There's a lot to digest in this episode, but one scene stands out as a favorite of the fans, and for a good reason.

Carlson gets what he deserves according to fans

Well, it happens. In the most recent episode of "The Walking Dead," the extremely likable Aaron takes out the extremely corrupt Toby Carlson (Jason Butler Harner) with both justice and symbolism. During a rooftop standoff that leaves Carlson attempting to negotiate for mercy, Aaron decides he's had enough and shoots him three times in the chest. However, these are apparently special bullets, and instead of killing Carlson, they cause him to fall off the roof.

This scene has fans excited on Twitter, with some like @Jeanine_ly calling this the "Best episode of the season!!", while another fan, @Zuzutig, calls it "A taste of his own medicine." This is most likely referring to what happens after Carlson hits the ground, as the fall also doesn't kill him. Instead, what kills Carlson is the reanimated corpses of those he makes jump off the roof to their own deaths prior to this moment. The hungry walkers are quick to peel through his armor and provide what seems to be the only suitable form of justice in this post-apocalyptic world.