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The Dog 

After they escape a riot, Travis, Liza and Chris seek refuge with the Salazars; Madison defends her home.

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Adam Davidson

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Robert Kirkman (based on the series of graphic novels by), Tony Moore (based on the series of graphic novels by) | 4 more credits »
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Episode complete credited cast:
Kim Dickens ... Madison Clark
Cliff Curtis ... Travis Manawa
Frank Dillane ... Nick Clark
Alycia Debnam-Carey ... Alicia Clark
Elizabeth Rodriguez ... Liza Ortiz
Mercedes Mason ... Ofelia Salazar
Lorenzo James Henrie ... Chris Manawa
Rubén Blades ... Daniel Salazar
Patricia Reyes Spíndola ... Griselda Salazar
Steven Allerick ... Guardsman #2
Noah Beggs ... Peter Dawson
Cynthia Rose Hall ... Guardswoman
Cici Lau ... Susan Tran
Jim Lau ... Patrick Tran
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Travis, Liza and Chris stay in Salazar's barber shop with his family waiting for the right moment to run to the truck. When the looters try to break in the shop, they flee with Daniel Salazer, his wife Griselda and their daughter Ofelia. However a scaffolding collapses on the leg of Griselda. They try to take her to a hospital, but the place is chaotic with infected people under siege of the police. They decide to bring the Salazar family to Madison's house. Meanwhile Madison, Alicia and Nick plays Monopoly waiting for Travis. Soon they see their neighbor Peter Dawson wandering in the direction of their house and Nick decides to go to the next door house to take the shotgun that belongs to their neighbors Patrick and Susan Tran. They see Peter entering in their house and killing the dog that Nick had brought home. Then they see Travis arriving in his truck and they run to warn him. Will they arrive in time? Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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USA

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English | Spanish

Release Date:

13 September 2015 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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Trivia

This episode marks the first instance in which the dead are referred to as "walkers" See more »

Goofs

When Salazar is aiming the double-barreled shotgun at Dawson, the distinctive reloading sound of a pump-action shotgun is heard although this type of shotgun has a break-action by which the shells are inserted directly into the rear portion of the barrels. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Travis Manawa: [Chris looks outside of the barber shop window when he see's an infected stare back at him] Chris!
Chris Manawa: [Chris jumps from getting startled] Dad!
Travis Manawa: What do you see out there?
Travis Manawa: [Chris hesitates to answer, hearing the rioters in the background outside] I told you to stop looking.
Chris Manawa: Some guy, he was - He was messed up, Dad.
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Connections

Referenced in Talking Dead: Fear the Walking Dead (2015) See more »

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Fear the Walking Dead Main Title Theme
Written by Atticus Ross
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Not a Dog's Breakfast.
24 May 2018 | by southdavidSee all my reviews

Episode Three of Fear The Walking Dead starts with our extended family split into two locations, but each facing a different threat. At the barbers, Travis and his family are holed up inside the Salazar barber shop, whilst the random violence of the riots take hold outside the shutters. Meanwhile, in the suburbs Madison and her kids await Travis' return and come under assault from the neighbour, who turned into a walker in the last episode.

Another pretty good episode. The gore factor, that some had complained about in previous episodes, takes a big step up as we see the effects of a rifle blast to the face. The scale of the disaster also increases as we see the effects of an overrun hospital and the blackouts across the whole of Los Angeles. It's a lot of fun to see those scenes of what we missed with the way "The Walking Dead" started. It also increases the human intrigue, as various characters are at different points of understanding what is going on, and only Daniel Salazar seems to really appreciate that there is no cure and that help is unlikely - and people are going to have to going to have to start to look out for themselves pretty soon, or be "the first to die". The ending to the episode is not something you see coming and though we know it's going to be a false dawn, it does also give us another angle on the pandemic that we have only heard about in the shows big brother.

It had some odd moments, I didn't buy the angles or the distance, with the scenes crossing into the neighbour's yard and then looking back at their house to see the walker entering and I'm not really sure why the neighbour has built what is essentially a maze in the back of their garden, but it certainly was useful for the tension on a couple of occasions.

A solid continuation to what has been a decent first half of the series.


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