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Sleigh Ride 

Strand's loyalty is tested when the dam clashes with an adversary. The Clark family is pushed to new extremes as Madison reckons with her past.

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Andrew Bernstein

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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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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kim Dickens ... Madison Clark
Cliff Curtis ... Travis Manawa
Frank Dillane ... Nick Clark
Alycia Debnam-Carey ... Alicia Clark
Colman Domingo ... Victor Strand
Danay Garcia ... Luciana Galvez
Daniel Sharman ... Troy Otto
Sam Underwood ... Jake Otto
Lisandra Tena ... Lola Guerrero
Dayton Callie ... Jeremiah Otto
Rubén Blades ... Daniel Salazar
Michael Greyeyes ... Qaletaqa Walker
Justin Rain ... Crazy Dog
Ray McKinnon ... Proctor John
Matt Lasky ... Coop
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Strand's loyalty is tested when the dam clashes with an adversary. The Clark family is pushed to new extremes as Madison reckons with her past.

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USA

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English | Spanish

Release Date:

15 October 2017 (USA) See more »

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Reina Del Agua translates from Spanish to English as The Queen of Water See more »

Goofs

Nick is going around with a shopping cart collecting Walker heads so he can sell them for brain stem harvesting. (Who, BTW, was the first person to decide it was safe to try eating brain stems of dead Walkers? And never mind that human brain stems aren't even a source of adrenaline.) The severed heads continue to make the typical Walker growling noises. Which would be impossible without a source of air passing over the larynx. The only sound a severed head could make would be a gnashing of teeth. See more »

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Referenced in Talking Dead: Wrath/What's Your Story? (2018) See more »

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Sleigh Ride
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Written by Leroy Anderson and Mitchell Parish
Performed by Johnny Mathis
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A few quick words on "Fear the Walking Dead" Season 3 (2017)
16 October 2017 | by ericrnolanSee all my reviews

For my money, "Fear the Walking Dead" is the best zombie show on television. Yes, it has is share of stupid parts — sometimes the writers seem to throw in some incredibly implausible story points only to test viewers credulity. (My favorite this season was the occupants of a heavy truck throwing a beeping keychain from a horde- infested highway — the zombies are attracted to the sound of the keychain, but not the rumble and movement of the truck that sneaks past them.)

On other levels, "Fear the Walking Dead" can be a relatively smart show — at least more so than its more famous progenitor, "The Walking Dead." I'm talking about being smart in terms of character, dialogue and themes. Sometimes I think of it as "The Walking Dead for Grownups." The characters are … often more three-dimensional and compelling than their counterparts on the flagship show. Not being based on a comic series, they're not bound by the medium's character tropes, the way that Rick Grimes and company always seem so inescapably tethered. They feel more like real people, and not the disposable inhabitants of Robert Kirkman's (admittedly excellent) comic series. That makes the show scarier, because the characters are identifiable.

The dialogue and story logistics are far more thoughtful. The stories themselves are more expansive, more quickly paced and farther reaching. Consider the three major locales covered this season — the ranch, the dam and the bazaar. Two out of three of those settings are explored in depth — along with the characters inhabiting them. (I'd like to see more of that bazaar.) Now consider how slowly "The Walking Dead's" major plot-lines move. It would take the latter at least three seasons to cover the major stories covered in a single season of "Fear the Walking Dead."

I know this show has its share of detractors, but I'd rate Season 3 a 9 out of 10.


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