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Polar Bear (Santa Claus reference?) is a memorable, if transient, character. Anyone whose last request in life is a beer is OK with me. Wonderful, how his effort to redeem himself proved so karmatic personally and so motivating for Luciana.I think the biggest surprise was the Luciana met the box concept inventor and his dying request was to get the last bottle of beer, which consequently were in the box at the mile marker.
Do you really think that flooded riverbed would have provided the necessary draft for Abigail to cross from shore to shore?Abigail could have sailed over the alligators and be done with the journey instead of sinking in the bottom of the pool.
He claimed he has stayed 2 years in his brewery and on its roof, perfecting his recipes.Where has Jim been? How can he have survived so long without killing?
Sure. It would have left some marks, but nothing too permanent.Do you really think that flooded riverbed would have provided the necessary draft for Abigail to cross from shore to shore?
I think those in the truck cabin are in more danger than those at the back. With 1000 rnd/min, it's soon over and if Sarah has balls, she will ram the truck on MRAP and they will all gang up on Yana afterwards.Yana's knowledge of Morgan's dark side seems more based on instinct than direct knowledge. Who will be the token death in her machine-gunning of the truck?
Fear The Walking Dead
New Details About ‘Fear The Walking Dead’s Latest Villain Revealedhas a new arch foe for Morgan (Lennie James) in Filthy Woman (Tonya Pinkins), who “genuinely scares him.”
“Filthy Woman surprises him, and there’s not many times that Morgan has been genuinely surprised, and she does,” James said on Talking Dead.
“She kind of outsmarts him. By the time he realizes what’s going on, it’s already been going on for a bit of time. The first time she calls his name and says ‘Morgan,’ it’s a genuine shock to him. This person knows much more about Morgan than he would willingly choose to give to anybody again, and she’s got it. And it just feels like to him that she’s already three steps ahead, and I think it genuinely scares him,” James added.
As audiences have come to learn, Morgan and Filthy Woman are diametrically opposed: Morgan wants to help people, adopting the mission of Clayton (Stephen Henderson) — the "Polar Bear" trucker who distributed help boxes at various mile markers, with marker-scribbled instructions telling survivors to “take what you need, leave what you don’t” — while Filthy Woman believes such acts of kindness and selflessness makes survivors “weak.”
“It’s just this idea that help begets more help, and benevolence begets benevolence. It’s a pretty unique way to live in this world and that’s going to be very much of the storytelling going forward,” showrunner Ian Goldberg told EW.
“Even though, it also puts Morgan directly in the cross hairs of the Filthy Woman that we see in this episode. She doesn’t like that he is carrying forward Polar Bear’s legacy and I think we see just how determined she is to stop that and to be the opposite of that help that Polar Bear was trying to promote,” Goldberg continued.
With just three episodes left this season, answers about Filthy Woman’s twisted ideology are soon to come and will arrive “as soon as next week,” added showrunner Andrew Chambliss, who said there is “a very good reason for the philosophy that Filthy Woman espouses and why she is so dead set against stopping this group of people who have picked up Polar Bear’s mantel and kind of continuing to do what he set out to do.”
Viewers can anticipate learning Filthy Woman’s name and what Chambliss called “one of our favorite needle drop montage sequences” that will reveal more of the villain’s blood-soaked past.