There are many sides to Madison, as there are to most people, and to most characters on Fear the Walking Dead. But the Madison you get is likely the Madison you deserve. If you’re weak-willed or fearful, she fills the void with outsized bravery. If you’re out to get her family, she’s out to get you. If you have her back, she has yours. Strand falls into the latter category, and in doing so, he has earned Madison’s trust. And with trust, comes honesty.
In the two-part Season 3 mid season premiere of Fear the Walking Dead, a new leader emerged and fans couldn’t get enough of seeing Alicia (Alycia Debnam-Carey) come into her own. Later, she stopped one of them from double-dipping at the well, proving that she’s willing to enforce the rules against the group of which she’s a member. She even revealed to the people that the water shortage was much more severe than Walker and her mother were letting on, and said that they all had to work together if they were going to survive. During a stand-off between militiamen and Black Hatters over the Nation digging for water, Alicia took a major stand, jumping in and helping them dig, extending a symbolic olive branch showing that at least one white person wanted to coexist.
Alycia Debnam Carey on differences between Alicia and Madison Clark in “Fear the Walking Dead”. Watch this video below.
It’s only the start, however, since Madison and her group will be facing a challenge they have not seen before deeper in the season. Troy was later subdued and shockingly ordered banished from the ranch by Madison (Kim Dickens). Erickson believes that Madison’s decision really went against her nature of the true and brutal killer she has become. Meanwhile, a new threat will be coming Madison and her group’s way. Erickson revealed that a new character is coming later in the season that “represents a greater danger and evil than anybody we’ve met to this point.”
Fear The Walking Dead season 3 mid-season finale – Madison’s strategy! Watch this video below.
With Madison and Walker away on a mission to buy water, it fell to Alicia and Nick (Frank Dillane) to hold things down at the Ranch, which was no easy task but one Alicia took care of with grace and honor. She talked some angry ranch-dwellers down when they were confronting Jake about the water shortage. Later, she stopped one of them from double dipping at the well, proving that she’s willing to enforce the rules against the group of which she’s a member. She even revealed to the people that the water shortage was much more severe than Walker and her mother were letting on, and said that they all had to work together if they were going to survive.
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With next week’s episode drawing in its focus to a select few characters, Fear the Walking Dead airs Sunday nights on AMC at 9:00 p.m. ET. To see everything else that’s heading to the small screen soon, check out our fall TV schedule.