Refugees begin flooding into the hotel the group is staying at, and they recognize a familiar face among them. Madison has a hard time dealing with the entire situation.

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Nick Clark (credit only)
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Victor Strand (credit only)
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In the farm, Chris betrays his father Travis and his new friends kill the wounded James. Then they leave Travis behind that sees the light and walks to the hotel. When he arrives, the hotel is under siege of dozens of survivors and Madison let them in. What will happen to the other refugees? Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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In the scene where Madison reveals to Alicia the true cause of her father's death, she says: "There's so much of your father in Nick, you know? The way he could light up a room with his smile. Or silence it with his mood. It's impossible to ignore. You just couldn't not see it". In the pause afterwards, the audio is silent (aside from the surf), but the closed caption includes the line: "They shared the same demons." See more »

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Madison Clark: [Madison looks at the refugees outside the gate, in Spanish] I'm sorry.
Female Refugee: [in Spanish] Please, let us in!
Elena Reyes: [in Spanish] We can't let you in. We're sorry.
Female Refugee: [in Spanish] What will happen to my son?
Elena Reyes: [in Spanish] We will figure something out.
Male Refugee: [in Spanish] We have nothing, and you have that castle.
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Featured in Talking Dead: Pillar of Salt (2016) See more »

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One episode left in me
26 September 2016 | by See all my reviews

I'm trying so hard to stick with this show but after this episode I'm not sure if I can anymore. The episode ends up being a continuity mess with Travis leaving Chris, seeing the lights at the hotel and making it through the refugees that stand between him and the gate. Then we focus on Travis coping with his son being a deranged psycho for way too long. All the while a "mob" is trying to push their way into the hotel property. That's it, that's what the whole episode is about.

FTWD has lost its way and is now circling the drain of mediocrity and might have 1 season left in the tank. The writing is flat, acting is weak and the Madison character is a complete disaster. Between Alicia and Madison the writers should have had a field day with stories they could have told but instead we get the overbearing mother with a millennial daughter story retold (blah blah blah); neither of which make for good TV.

Here's how you fix the show: Kill off Alicia and/or Madison and Travis. Focus the story on Chris transforming into a "Negan" like character and Nick transforming into a strong leader of the post-apocalyptic world. What about Victor? Well they need to turn him back into a "Wolf" like he was in S1 and be done with the whole hotel story. Ugh.


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