"The Dog" is the third episode of season one of the survival horror television series Fear the Walking Dead. The series is a prequel spin-off of the critically acclaimed program The Walking Dead and chronicles the stories of the first days of the zombie apocalypse. The episode was directed by Adam Davidson with a script written by Jack LoGiudice. It first aired on AMC on Sunday, September 13th, 2015 at 9:00 pm.

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Notes & Trivia Edit

  • This episode is rated TV-MA (LV). This program contains violent content which may be too intense for some viewers. Viewer and parental discretion are advised.
  • This episode had a viewership of 7.185 million people.
  • Main title theme by Atticus Ross.
  • The original broadcast of this episode aired with a sneak preview of the season six premiere of The Walking Dead.
  • Production designer Michael S. Bolton is credited as Michael Bolton in this episode.

Allusions Edit

  • The game that the Clark family is playing in the beginning of the episode is Monopoly. Monopoly is a popular board game designed by Parker Bros. back in 1903. It involves players moving pieces across a grid track and purchasing properties on various player spaces in order to form a monopoly, thus earning more money and valuable real estate than other players.

This is the one... Edit

  • This is the one where the Salazar family take up shelter at the Clark household.
  • This is the one where Griselda Salazar breaks her ankle while escaping from the family's barber shop during the riot.
  • This is the one where neighbor Peter Dawson becomes a zombie and eats a dog.
  • This is the one where the Clarks discover that neighbor Susan Tran is a zombie trapped inside her garden. Husband Patrick Tran returns home and finds her and is nearly eaten until the National Guard shoots Susan.
  • This is the one where Nick runs out of pain killers and goes scoping around the neighbors house looking for drugs.

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See also Edit

Fear the Walking Dead

The Walking Dead

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