Travis' rage causes unrest at the RBH. Madison must decide if she will stand by Travis. Nick takes on leadership of the Colonia as Narcos close in.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ofelia Salazar (credit only)
Antonio Reyes (as Ruben Carbajal)


Alejandro is bitten by a zombie and Nick learns that he is not immune to the infection. He tries to convince the leader to let his people go before the attack of Marco's gang and to head north with him. Meanwhile Madison decides to leave the hotel early in the morning with Alicia and Travis that was expelled. But there is a surprise during the night and their getaway does not happen as planned. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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2 October 2016 (USA)  »

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The border crossing scene was shot at a real border crossing in Tijuana that is no longer in use. The show was granted special permission by the Mexican government to fire guns at this location. See more »


The scenes just after Travis, Maddy and Alicia leave the hotel show a full moon setting on the Pacific. A full moon setting in the west would only happen within the last hour or so of night. Yet, they eventually arrive at the supermarket in full dark some time later. Also, in one scene as they're driving north along the coast, the setting full moon is ahead of them, just west of north. In Baja, the moon would be much more to their left, toward the west. See more »


[first lines]
Madison Clark: [Madison and the others break into the locked room of where Travis sits at] No...
Madison Clark: [the glass shatters] Hurry, hurry! Open the door! Unlock the door! Unlock the door!
Andrés Diaz: Oscar!
Madison Clark: Travis. Travis.
Madison Clark: [Madison looks to Travis who sits silently] Baby, talk to me, please.
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Finally the episode that fully meets or exceeds high expectations
3 October 2016 | by (Austin, Texas) – See all my reviews

I have almost felt sorry for this show since the beginning. Even if it was a very good show, it would be virtually impossible to match the characters and story line of the incredible "The Walking Dead" show. There is no way that right off the bat you can care about a character or understand their motivations, so I knew going in this show would have a tough time getting traction.

Well, after a first couple of seasons where the shows ranged from "pretty good" to "meh", the finale delivered a home run that puts it squarely in the territory among the best episodes of "The Walking Dead." Action, complex characters, and just the ability to pull in the viewer to where you are REALLY 100% engaged is what this episode provided for me. I cared about what was happening on the screen. I emotionally felt for the characters. I enjoyed the "gags" of new ways of killing the dead and clever ways of staying alive.

This episode for me was really to first that moved me, and at the end of the day proved to be an incredibly enjoyable two hour ride of television. And thanks to this episode, I am now engaged enough with this show that I can't wait for the next season. For meeting (and in some ways exceeding) my sky-high expectations that were cemented by the original "The Walking Dead", I give this particular episode of "Fear" a 10.

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