Exclusive scene from Fear the Walking Dead 415: I Lose People…

Alycia Debnam-Carey as Alicia Clark - Fear the Walking Dead _ Season 4, Episode 14 - Photo Credit: Ryan Green/AMC
Alycia Debnam-Carey as Alicia Clark - Fear the Walking Dead _ Season 4, Episode 14 - Photo Credit: Ryan Green/AMC /

Undead Walking has an exclusive scene from Fear the Walking Dead 415 “I Lose People…” that features Alicia and Charlie coming face to face with the Filthy Woman.

The Filthy Woman has been dogging the group ever since she commandeered Al’s SWAT van. In this exclusive scene from Fear the Walking Dead “I Lose People…”, she finally meets Alicia and Charlie in an explosive confrontation.

With only two episodes left in season 4 the group is still separated and despite taking a shot to the shoulder the Filthy Woman is still on the rampage. She’s out for blood in her mission to stop people from being “weak” and she runs into Alicia and Charlie.

Take a look at the exclusive scene from “I Lose People…”:

There are quite a few takeaways from this clip. At the end of “MM 54” Alicia and Charlie arrived at the flooded area and Alicia smiled. We can hope that she was smiling at the sight of John and Strand across the way. In the clip, Alicia and Charlie find a store with a parking lot, and Alicia declares that the canoe on the top of the car is exactly what they need.

Any rescue efforts might have to wait, though, as gunfire rings out and the Filthy Woman approaches. She’s moving slowly, clearly in pain, but she’s determined to fulfill her personal mission to fix everything. She heard Alicia and Charlie on the radio. She doesn’t want them helping Morgan’s group because they broke her “chain” and she’s going to fix it.

Alicia sees that the woman has been injured and offers her help, despite the fact that the woman had been shooting at them. But Filthy Woman doesn’t want help. She isn’t weak, and she is going to make them strong. However, Filthy Woman collapses before she can do anything else. However, Alicia’s first inclination to help the woman is a testament to how far she has come.

Alicia and Charlie are fast becoming the dynamic duo to watch on Fear the Walking Dead. After Alicia gets the girl out of the line of fire, Charlie hides under the car (still wearing John’s hat, which barely clears the space between the car and the ground) and she watches the Filthy Woman approaching. Alexa Nisensen delivers another thrilling performance without having to say anything at all; this actress can emote like a seasoned pro and her face conveys the entire story.

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Fear the Walking Dead “I Lose People…” airs this Sunday, September 23, at 9pm on AMC.