1. Dwight empties a cigarette box to look at a wedding ring.
There's also a partially used cigarette that falls out of the box. Both hold a special meaning to him.
The ring belongs to his ex-wife Sherry along with the used cigarette.
Dwight holds onto both as a reminder of his ex-wife Sherry who became one of Negan's wives to save Dwight's life. She fled the Sanctuary on season seven and left Dwight a note along with her wedding ring at their old home where she apologized for how she changed him.
"You've killed and you've become everything you didn't want to be, and it's my fault," Sherry's note read. "You were better than me. Most people are. I let Daryl go because he reminded you of who you used to be, and I wanted to let you forget."
Since then, Dwight has been trying to reform — or at least stay true to himself and be more of the man Sherry may remember. He's currently double-crossing Negan's Saviors to try to help Rick's group, even if they're questioning his motives.
2. Rick and Daryl gather together at a grave.
After losing his son, Rick's paying his respects to another person he recently lost.
He was visiting Glenn and Abraham's graves.
Glenn was the one who initially saved Rick back on season one when he was trapped by a horde of zombies. The former pizza delivery boy then reunited Rick with his son Carl. If it weren't for him, he may have never seen his little boy grow up at all.
Glenn was brutally killed by Negan on the season seven premiere. We'd like to think Rick is asking Glenn to watch over his son as he watched over him.
3. Simon makes a mention of Rick, the Widow, and the King.
"We've thrown a lot at Rick, the Widow, the King and they just keep coming," Simon tells Dwight when he suggests they need to handle their groups differently.
That line is the title of season eight's sixth episode.
The line is in reference to the leaders of the three communities working together against Negan: Rick at Alexandria, Maggie at the Hilltop, and Ezekiel at the Kingdom.
Negan said he wanted all three of them captured alive.
4. Georgie's traveling companions Hilda and Midge are twins in real life.
You may have seen Kim and Misty Ormiston in a big movie franchise playing sisters before.
The two played twin soldiers working with District 13 in "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay."
The sisters were part of the rebellion that was eventually led by Katniss Everdeen. They were referred to as Leeg 1 and Leeg 2 in the film.