AMC‘s Fear The Walking Dead The Dog. Hear The Walking Dead: The Fear The Walking Dead Podcast: Season 1, Episode 3: The Dog is an audio podcast review in which FilmBook contributor Steven Bueno and his team (Cornell Montgomery, Kristian Cabrera, and Joshua Grijalva) discuss their thoughts on the latest episode of AMC’s Fear The Walking Dead.
Fear The Walking Dead: Season 1, Episode 3: The Dog‘s plot synopsis (spoilers): “With a riot raging outside, the barbershop occupants flee due to a mob-set fire in an adjacent store. The group reaches Travis’ truck and escapes, but not before Griselda is injured by a scaffolding collapse. They drive her to a hospital, but it is blocked by police due to zombie activity. The group heads to Madison’s house, which Nick, Madison, and Alicia temporarily flee when the zombified Mr. Dawson attempts to enter after hearing a barking dog Nick had let in. Travis’ group reaches the house. Daniel fatally shoots Mr. Dawson as he attacks Travis. All three families decide to stay for the night and evacuate in the morning. Nurse Liza tends to Griselda’s injured foot, but notes that she will die if not treated by a doctor. Ofelia tells Daniel they should flee with Travis, but Daniel insists his family can survive alone and will later join his cousin. The next morning, as the Clarks and Manawas start driving away, the military arrives and quarantines the block. While Travis says “It’s going to get better”, Daniel laments that it’s “too late” as he watches a soldier mark a neighboring house”
Fear The Walking Dead: Season 1, Episode 3: The Dog starred Kim Dickens, Cliff Curtis, Frank Dillane, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Elizabeth Rodriguez, Lorenzo James Henrie, and Ruben Blades.
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