On Sunday's episode, Rick's group joined the community of the Alexandria Safe-Zone. It was hard for them to adapt, we saw them struggle, distrust, fight, doubt, fear & find happiness. Emotions were encountered & long-buried memories from the past came back. After seeing 'Remember', it's easy for me to say that great things are coming.
Even tough The Walking Dead is an action show, it always has some space for emotional moments & the exploration & establishment of characters' relationships. They are finally part of the Alexandria community, they need to embrace their new identity & play along with it for their own good.
Finally, Rick's beard is gone for good, we won't miss it. The disappearance of it definitely is one of our favourites deaths of the season. That beard was awful, he looked like a homeless Santa Claus, I'm glad we won't see it anymore. The Grimes apparently find killing zombies therapeutic, they bond over stabbing 'walkers' until they die.
Michonne, Rick, Daryl, Carl & Carol did not want to feel weak & vulnerable again by feeling comfortable around Alexandria's environment, they do not want to lose their strength, they have to keep being strong, those survival skills that made them last this long cannot perish.
I'm glad that they assured themselves that if the ones in charge of Alexandria don't have what it needs to be strong enough to maintain the community, they will take over by force, in order to make it their own. They lost Hershell's farm & the prison, apparently losing this place is not on their plans any time soon.
Knowing The Walking Dead as I do, I can tell there's always gonna be some action, so that sooner or later they'll be trouble in paradise & believe me, it will be intense, I'm sure they are saving it for the season finale.
In conclusion, things are looking better for the characters, they are settling again, reintegrating society & trying to fit in. Zombies are not gonna be the main enemies anymore, because social issues will be the thing they are going to face next.
The verdict from 'Remember' reflects the impact it had on me as a viewer, as well as plot-related issues.