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No One's Gone 

Madison fights to preserve the life she worked so hard to build; Morgan tries to do the right thing.

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Robert Kirkman (based on the series of graphic novels by), Tony Moore (based on the series of graphic novels by) | 7 more credits »
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Kim Dickens ... Madison Clark
Frank Dillane ... Nick Clark
Alycia Debnam-Carey ... Alicia Clark
Maggie Grace ... Althea
Colman Domingo ... Victor Strand
Danay Garcia ... Luciana Galvez
Garret Dillahunt ... John Dorie
Jenna Elfman ... Naomi
Lennie James ... Morgan Jones
Kevin Zegers ... Mel
Alexa Nisenson ... Charlie
Sebastian Sozzi ... Cole
Rhoda Griffis ... Vivian
Kenneth Wayne Bradley ... Douglas
Tommy G. Kendrick ... Slim
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Madison fights to preserve the life she worked so hard to build; Morgan tries to do the right thing.

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USA

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English

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10 June 2018 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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When Luciana asks "Can you see her?" at the stadium, a crew member's reflection is visible in the window over her shoulder. See more »

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Referenced in Talking Dead: Close Your Eyes (2018) See more »

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Love Love Love
Written by John Darnielle
Performed by The Mountain Goats
Closing scene with everybody sitting around a campfire, eating instant noodles.
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Huge Letdown
13 June 2018 | by AdamTamezSee all my reviews

The Walking Dead's downfall over the past few seasons has been due to sappy dialogue, slow-moving episodes and lame storytelling. It seems that has infected this episode of Fear the Walking Dead. With Scott Gimple coming on to "assist" the new showrunners this season, maybe it shouldn't be a surprise, but given that this season by and large has been pretty good, what else can I attribute this missed opportunity of an episode to? We've been getting teases here and there leading up to this episode about what exactly happened at the ballpark and why are protagonists are the way they are now, as well as why they harbor so much hatred towards Laura aka whoever. Well now we know what happened and I still don't know why they hate her so much. We also find out what happened to Madison, albeit from lame storytelling(literally the characters telling the story into a camera) accompanied by corny slow motion sequences with little to no action. What should have been an emotional reveal and an impactful scene was boring and empty. Nothing really happened this episode aside from that. I thought Season 3 was surprisingly good. The first several episodes of Season 4 were good and seamlessly introduced new characters well. Which is why I'm baffled things went so wrong here.


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