Fear The Walking Dead, The Beginning: Things To Note

Nick Stahl as Riley- Fear the Walking Dead _ Season 6, Episode 16 - Photo Credit: Ryan Green/AMC
Nick Stahl as Riley- Fear the Walking Dead _ Season 6, Episode 16 - Photo Credit: Ryan Green/AMC /
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Austin Amelio as Dwight, Christine Evangelista as Sherry – Fear the Walking Dead  Photo Credit: Ryan Green/AMC /

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15) Just before kneecapping the bearded Beginner, Sherry says to him: “Enjoy the view, asshole.” This is obviously where the title card gets its quote from.

16) The presence of the two Beginners invading the Larsons’ home means that not all of Teddy’s minions died on the Pennsylvania. It makes you wonder: Are there more of them out there?

17) The title card for Teddy and Dakota’s segment says: “You have nothing to be sorry about.”

18) This segment’s title card quote comes from Teddy, who, after John Dorie Sr. forgives Dakota for killing John Jr., tells her, “You have nothing to feel sorry about.” This is the first of the segments to not have the exact title card quote.

19) When John Sr. finds Teddy’s hidey-hole, he says, “Thought you were the end? Looks to me like you’re planning on sticking around for the beginning”. Did Riley know about Teddy’s backup plan?

20) Howard, the historian, the first one we’ve met in Fear The Walking Dead, by the way, wears what seems to be a St. Christopher medallion. This is the same type of medallion Daniel gave Strand in the season’s second episode, “Welcome To The Club.” He wears it for what appears to be the same reason: His wife was religious and gave it to him because she believed it would protect him.

21) After Strand gives Howard the cliff notes of the event on the Pennsylvania, specifically about two men, one of whom chose to try to survive and take all the glory, Howard asks him: “And which man are you?” providing this segment with its title quote.