Fear The Walking Dead 403: Who died in Good Out Here

Althea (Maggie Grace), Alicia Clark (Alycia Debnam-Carey), Victor Strand (Colman Domingo) and John (Garret Dillahunt) - Fear the Walking Dead _ Season 4, Episode 2 - Photo Credit: Richard Foreman, Jr/AMC
Althea (Maggie Grace), Alicia Clark (Alycia Debnam-Carey), Victor Strand (Colman Domingo) and John (Garret Dillahunt) - Fear the Walking Dead _ Season 4, Episode 2 - Photo Credit: Richard Foreman, Jr/AMC /

Fear The Walking Dead continued bringing its A  game in episode 3 of season 4. Here’s a look at who died episode “Good Out Here” including a major character death.

In Fear The Walking Dead’s third episode of season 4, Good Out Here’ a major character didn’t make it out alive so be warned – spoilers ahead.

The third episode of the new Fear The Walking Dead season 4 delivered a major character death and a couple of shocking twists. It also raised a very important question about the fate of another major Fear The Walking Dead character.

But first things first. The first character to lose the battle of survival in ‘Good Out Here’ was the brother of the leader of The Vultures. Or who we think is the leader. One of the twists in tonight’s episode pointed to another figure being the actual dominating power in The Vultures.

Mel’s brother Ennis met a gruesome end at the hands of Nick Clark. Nick tracked Ennis down and seemed very enraged about something. He indicated to Morgan that Ennis had done something terrible which was why Nick was intent on killing him. And kill him Nick did. In a brutal hand to hand fight Ennis was impaled on some antlers and then viciously stabbed by Nick.

What was the terrible thing that Ennis did? There was a possible clue later on in the episode. The episode seemed to jump back and forth between two different timelines. Those two separate timelines indicate that Ennis may have killed another major character.

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Nick Clark

After Nick killed Ennis he seemed to be still very rattled. As he sat on ground trying to compose himself and clutching a Bluebonnet flower shots rang out. Nick looks down at his bloody hand and realized he’s been shot. He looks up to see Charlie, the little girl that Madison and Nick had taken into the Diamond who turned out to be a spy for The Vultures, standing nearby with a gun pointed at him.

Nick slumps over onto the ground and starts to bleed out. Alicia, Luciana and the others come around the corner because they heard the shots and they see Nick on the ground. Charlie has disappeared. Alicia tries to comfort Nick as the others try to stop the bleeding but it’s no use.

Surrounded by Strand, Lucie and Alicia Nick Clark dies with the Bluebonnet flower still in his hand.

Where’s Madison?

Throughout the episode Nick is shown talking to Madison. In one scene Madison and Nick pull over the vehicle they are in and get out to walk in a field of Bluebonnets. Later Nick seems to fall into the same field as he is dying. Does that mean that Madison is dead as well? If Ennis killed Madison that could be what made Nick so determined to kill Ennis. It remains to be seen if Madison is actually alive or not. Perhaps Nick will appear in flashbacks or visions to Alicia and reveal what really happened that caused him to hunt Ennis down and kill him.

Nick, The Original Survivor

It’s a shock that Nick Clark made it through everything that he has gone through so far only to be killed by someone he thought was a friend. From the very beginning of the outbreak Nick was the survivor who adapted the most easily to the changing apocalypse world. As an addict Nick walked the line between life and death for years before the outbreak, so he was uniquely suited to face the dangers and horrors of the post-apocalypse world. But in the end it was a living person who caused his death, not the dead.

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RIP Nick Clark. Fear The Walking Dead won’t be the same without you.  Hopefully you and Troy Otto, Ofelia Salazar, Travis Manawa,  and your father will be reunited in the afterlife