Fear the Walking Dead, Season 2, Episode 10, “Do Not Disturb”

If last night was Sunday, then this must be Cassidy’s recap for Episode 10 of Fear the Walking Dead. And here we learn about the Father and Son Walkabout and the really crappy service at the hotel Maddistrand.

It’s happy wedding reception time at a ballroom and it doesn’t take long to figure out it’s the same hotel seen in the last episode. Everyone’s having a good time: the bride and groom are having a good time, the guests are having a good time, everyone’s having a good time—except for Mrs. Stowe, who tells the hotel manager Elana Reyes (Karen Bethzabe) that they need to go, that all the talk of this illness going on is worrying, that she’s heard rumors that the border between Mexico and the U.S. will be closed and there’s no way in hell she wants to be stuck in Mexico should that happened. Elana tells Hector to get the vehicle ready as the guests are gonna leave. Right then and there Daddy Stowe, who was dancing with his daughter the bride, has a heart attack and dies. Elena can’t get a mobile signal and Hector can’t find a doctor, so scratch one off the guest list, then… oh wait! Daddy turns and gives his daughter one last kiss—which is to say he rips out a huge hunk of her cheek …

Source: Fear the Walking Dead, Season 2, Episode 10, “Do Not Disturb”


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