When Fear the Walking Dead season 3 episode 11 airs on AMC on September 17, one of the especially-intriguing things that you will see is expansion. We’ve seen this over time on The Walking Dead proper over time, and here on the spin-off we could also be due now to see a little more of the world beyond just Broke Jaw Ranch and Walker’s community. There are new places that could prove valuable, especially when you consider the present state of affairs with the ranch. After all, we are in the midst of a drought, and Madison and the rest of the surviving members of the team are going to operate with one primary goal in mind: Making it through. Once they handle the water crisis, there are some other issues that the show can deal with. For example, at that point they can start to figure out the leadership crisis and everything else that is going on. It has to be one foot in front of the other for some of these characters; you don’t have time to think that much more into the future.
The title for this upcoming episode is “La Serpiente,” and the title is a reference to precisely what so many of you out there probably think it is: A snake. In the case of this show, we foresee it being mostly being a reference to a snake in the grass, a traitor in the midst, or someone who is not necessarily operating with the good of the entire team in mind. When the episode airs, we’ll get more of a sense as to whether or not that is the case.
If you look below, you can see some additional insight into what is coming up next.
Fear the Walking Dead season 3 episode 11 synopsis – “Following the rekindling of an old friendship, a mission is launched to replenish the Ranch’s water supply by seeking the help of another community.”
Of course, we already interested in seeing just what this other community could be like … and we’re hoping that this wording isn’t just to trick us and we’re dealing just with Walker all over again. We’d rather see new worlds and new characters!
What do you want to see when it comes to Fear the Walking Dead season 3 episode 11, and do you think that the water-supply storyline will be a key component of the show for a long time to come? Be sure to share in the CarterMatt comments section below! (Photo: AMC.)