Fear the Walking Dead 416 synopsis: I Lose Myself

Maggie Grace as Althea - Fear the Walking Dead _ Season 4, Episode 16 - Photo Credit: Ryan Green/AMC
Maggie Grace as Althea - Fear the Walking Dead _ Season 4, Episode 16 - Photo Credit: Ryan Green/AMC /

Fear the Walking Dead wraps up season 4 with “I Lose Myself.” Here’s your synopsis of episode 416 airing September 30, 2018.

The Fear the Walking Dead season 4 finale has arrived. Al is still out there and the group wants to find her before making the trip to Alexandria. However, the Filthy Woman is also on the loose and she has Walker Jim with her, ready to terrorize her next victim. Will the group be able to rescue Al and remain unscathed? Something tells me that it won’t be an easy task.

Here’s the episode description of Fear the Walking Dead 416, “I Lose Myself”:

“Morgan struggles to find the strength to help friends in dire need before it’s too late.

The Filthy Woman is obsessed with Morgan and it’s beyond weird how much she knows about him. It doesn’t really make sense, other than she might have become infatuated after losing her husband.

In fact, it might be Morgan’s sense of hope and optimism that she’s looking to extinguish, and in her mind those two things might make a person “weak.” Regardless, her obsession with Morgan is not going to go away by itself and Morgan has to put a stop to it. They have extended offers to help her but she might be beyond help.

The problem with finding Al is that she could be anywhere. Finding a moving target in the middle of streets full of walkers will be a huge challenge, but this group has shown that they can make it through anything. And Al is part of the team. But the Filthy Woman is a threat and she won’t rest until she has Morgan in her grip.

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Fear the Walking Dead airs Sundays at 9pm on AMC, with Talking Dead airing immediately afterwards. This week’s Talking Dead guests include Maggie Grace, Lennie James, Ian Goldberg, Andrew Chambliss, and Scott M. Gimple.