Fear The Walking Dead, Survival Rule Of The Week: It’s All About Trust

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Christine Evangelista as Sherry, Lennie James as Morgan Jones, Mo Collins as Sarah, Colman Domingo as Victor Strand, Bobbie Grace as Ranger Samuels – Fear the Walking Dead _ Season 6, Episode 10 – Photo Credit: Ryan Green/AMC

Things are a mess for Morgan and his friends in Fear The Walking Dead: The Beginners are very much aware of all the anti-Virginia factions (Morgan’s community, the Outcasts, Strand’s Pioneers), it’s only a matter of time before they get violent, and it seems likes nobody can get along or even trust each other, or even themselves.

It’s clear that the group will need to work together to defeat The Beginners. It’s equally clear that to do that, they’re going to have to learn to trust one another, and clearer still that they can’t.

War is on the horizon in Fear The Walking Dead, and everyone needs to come together, but how can they do that when people don’t TRUST each other?

With this in mind, that is how I decided on this week’s Fear The Walking Dead, Survival Rule Of The Week. You see, because so much of a zombie apocalypse is life-and-death, trust becomes absolutely vital between people. If you’re with so much as one other person, you need to be able to trust that person with your life because that IS what you’re trusting them with. You need that person to watch your back against the dead or hostiles, and they need you for the same reason. Without that trust, you have nothing.

So, this week, we’re going to discuss just how vital trust is, why it’s vital, and how much people will do to gain it, especially when they don’t deserve it.

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