Fear the Walking Dead Expanding with “Fun” and “Surprising” New CharactersFear the Walking Dead will continue to add to its ranks as Morgan (Lennie James), Alicia (Alycia Debnam-Carey) and their on-the-move group encounters more survivors — both good and bad — all promising to be “fun” and “surprising.”
“We’re going to see these characters look inward and deal with some things they haven’t dealt with before. At the same time, we’re going to have some fun,” showrunner Andrew Chambliss told TV Insider. “We have some fun new characters entering the show, and we also have some surprising characters entering the show. We’re going to expand the world in which Morgan and the rest of the characters are operating.”
Lone survivor Wes (Colby Hollman), who first ran afoul of bad guy Logan (Matt Frewer) in “Channel 4,” will use the recruitment tape and left behind walkie talkie to get in touch with Alicia and Strand (Colman Domingo) as they work to reconnect with the convoy after nearly exhausting their share of gas.
It’s fuel that has put the group in the sights of Logan and his heavily armed thugs, who are desperately hunting our heroes in their search for the oil fields. One of these thugs, Rollie (Cory Hart), attacked and captured Dwight (Austin Amelio) before Dwight turned the tables; he then set Rollie free, giving him the same second chance Daryl (Norman Reedus) once gave Dwight.
Also still ahead is a group of cowboys on horseback and a currently identified character played by series newcomer Holly Curran (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel), who joins in a recurring role.
“She will be playing a character who is going to help someone make a fundamental change in their beliefs. That’s all I want to say,” Chambliss teased. “But we were excited to have her join the cast and she’s done a fantastic job, so we’re excited for people to see that story.”
Whoever is still out there and in the range. His mission is to save as many as he can, before the end comes and turns him to one of the deads. But first he'll need to help Alicia, who stayed behind to do whatever, and mostly not to kill. We know how it'll go when you refuse to dispose the dead as the end is not long far behind.I didn’t catch who Morgan claimed he needed to go out and save
One of my treasured memories is seeing Viv standing at the Heathrow's Departure Lobby when I had made an error and sought out help from Finland. I am glad I changed my mind and came back to the four foot eleven woman of my life. Back then I broke my heart, but that sight of her is one my treasured memories that helped me to get over the loneliness in Finland. I feel that Morgan will weep on his own, off the camera and never on it, as we have not seen him doing so since first season of TWD.I expected Morgan’s resolve to crumble when the sight of Grace’s stricken face in his rearview mirror produced tears of his own. His departure was my only disappointment in this episode.