WASHINGTON, September 27, 2015 – Last weeks “Fear the Walking Dead” titled “Not Fade Away,” lacked the zombie herds we are waiting for, however it is setting up the conflict between the survivors and the militarized National Guard and Madison, whose eyes were opened to what is really happen, and Travis, who believes the government will take care of them.
Nine days after the National Guard creates a demilitarized zone out of Madison’s suburban neighborhood, Madison, and others, are agitating with the lack of information of what has really been going on outside the fence. Particularly after Travis and Liza’s son Chris, intercepts SOS communications from outside the fence.
Nick, Griselda, and an elderly dying neighbor have been taken by the police to the “hospital” with Liza, who has been medically administrating to the people of the neighborhood, going with to “help” the doctor, or to actually see what is happening in this government run institution. The government is promising that they are taking “unfit” people for medical help, however Daniel, with his history in El Salvador, knows this is most likely untrue and he also goes with his wife, Griselda, begging Madison to care for his daughter, Ofelia, last seen seducing a corporal in order for him to get the extra medicine for Griselda.
The synopsis for the upcoming segment, “Cobalt,” said that the DZ neighborhood will finally be getting an idea on what the National Guards’ plan for them really is and this would create a rift between Madison and Travis.
“Fear the Walking Dead” airs this Sunday, September 27 at 9:00pm Eastern on AMC. Join CommDigiNews for our weekly FTWD Fan Chat and discuss these, and the other surprises coming for these, our first Zombie Apocalypse survivors.
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