‘Fear the Walking Dead’ recap: The mysterious tree painter is revealed
Self-help memes painted onto the sides of trees since doing this will make her feel fine about murdering walkers or something. I really don’t understand. It does not matter. Thinking a lot about why these folks do exactly what they will just further show the reason why this narrative arc in year 5 is mainly empty. Whatever the case, she discovers the individual and it is someone we have already fulfilled.
That man Wes, the one using all the motorbike who had been accosted by Logan’s Cronies, is the manufacturer of memes. Obviously, meeting him does not do for Alicia what she believes it is gont do. If just anyone could have predicted that coming.
She and Victor are on the Lookout for this man for a while before They eventually encounter Wes. He radios them on the walkie for aid hauling his broken bike. He believed he can push it himself back, but he had help after all. Wes cites a brother awaiting back to him in their foundation, but he does not have one. Not anymore. He died when the epidemic began; he went outside for condensed milk and did not return alive. Wes simply said all that so as to get into the police station at which the guy who uttered some things out of him is hiding out.
Alicia and Victor drop off him and guarantee to leave him petrol because of his or her Busted bicycle, but they hear gunshots and watch Wes’ burglar rush from the channel using a bag along with a gunshot wound on his side. In addition, he jacks their vehicle and drives off because the sound draw from the surrounding deceased. Wes catches bags of riot equipment so that they could defend themselves, but it makes it increasingly difficult. He has blinded attempting to subdue the lifeless while smoke strikes his eyes.
Finally, They’re all safely in the channel, but the deceased have Wes does not come off because the man who’d Disperse positivity on trees throughout the land. He is put in his thinking Characters’ issues can not only be about the exact same thing again and again And above. And that becomes true.