Fear the Walking Dead: Season 6, Episode 2 recap – welcome to the club


In sunday Fear the living deadStrand did what Virginia believed was impossible, earning herself an award that looked a lot like punishment. Read on and I’ll tell you why.

“YOU AND I WILL NEVER GONNA CLEAN ANOTHER LATRINE AGAIN” | At the start of “Welcome to the Club,” a group of prisoners wearing numbered horsemen were led to a sugar processing factory and instructed by Ginny’s Rangers – at gunpoint, natch – to send the horde to walkers trapped behind a door. All – the survivors, that is, not the walkers – had disobeyed Virginia and therefore deserved to be buried; this, the chief villain explained, was their chance to widen. But the door stuck, molasses oozed out, and one by one the Rangers and prisoners were all dragged to their sweet death, all except Prisoner # 41, Sanjay. After the opening credits, Strand and Alicia, apparently on latrine duty outside Lawton (Fear‘s response to Woodbury?), got to the heart of the matter with Ranger Marcus – to the point that Virginia’s teenage sister Dakota (new actress Zoe Colletti) was moved to step in on their behalf.

Of course, Strand and Alicia always landed in hot water, so they were ushered into Virginia’s office, where they interrupted the haircut she was getting from Daniel, who … whaaat? I didn’t recognize his friends at all. “His memory is like a catalog of cards,” Ginny explained, “but the cards are all mixed up” because he tried too hard to keep Skidmark with him, and things got ugly. (Not my Skidmark! Ginny, you bastard!) As for the duo’s punishment, Virginia was going to send them “somewhere that better suited your natural talents” – in other words, the sugar factory. Before they were driven there, Strand expressed his pity for Daniel. “You told me to remember who I was here,” Victor said. “You can’t even do the same. In response, the barber gave Strand his St. Kitts Medal to ease the heavy burden he appeared to be carrying.


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