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FEAR THE WALKING DEAD: Season 2.10: Do Not Disturb: Trailer [AMC]

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AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead Do Not Disturb trailer. Never mind the (hopefully) ironic post-relevance of the title, the next episode of FTWD takes the Die Hard route; as Alicia (Alycia Debnam-Carey) fights her way, solo, over, around, and through multiple levels of hotel guests from Hell. Kinda like a zombie-themed video game, I’m thinking.  Okay – hoping.

She won’t be completely solo, either; but the worst case scenario, there, would be more characters of lesser value, making her look good by comparison (there were pirates, a seemingly long time ago, IIRC….).

As for the Maddy & Strand (Kim Dickens, Colman Domingo) predicament, Walker walled-in behind a bar: I’d recommend an obvious solution (involving alcohol & fire) I’ve seen before – but these characters never seem to watch anything useful to their predicaments, it seems.

Speaking of never getting the memo, Travis & Chris (Cliff Curtis, Lorenzo James Henrie) finally show up, and seem defaulted to unforced error mode (fire, in wide open night spaces, draws more than bugs). No offense, guys, but I think I’m going into this episode with some Alycia cardio spectating in mind.

‘Do Not Disturb’ also stars Frank Dillane, Mercedes Mason, Danay Garcia, Raul Casso, Arturo del Puerto, Rubén Blades, and Michelle Ang (‘cause IMDb says so). It airs Sunday, Sep. 4, at 9:00pm EST, on AMC.

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