It is not Rick who leads the Alexandrians, but Shane. That night in the field on Hershal’s farm, Shane was the one who beat Rick. He kept Rick alive, and he never let Rick forget that Shane was the alpha-male now. Things hadn’t been terrible, but as time progressed, after Lori died and Rick became sick with grief, Shane began looking at him differently. He became increasingly more demanding, and he acted possessive and weird, going so far as to insist Rick live in the same house as him. Shane was in charge from that night on. He led them to that fateful night where they met their greatest enemy yet: Negan, who, when he finds out the nature of the two's relationship, is less than forgiving.
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21 Jun 2018