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"This Land Is Your Land"
Fear the Walking Dead episode
Episode no. Season 3
Episode 13
Directed by Meera Menon
Written by Suzanne Heathcote
Featured music "This Land is Your Land" by Woody Guthrie
Original air date October 1, 2017 (2017-10-01)
Running time 43 minutes
Guest actors
  • Michael William Freeman as Blake Sarno
  • Justin Rain as Crazy Dog
  • Sarah Benoit as Pat Daley
  • Eileen Grubba as Greedy Rancher
  • Hal Havins as Rancher Bob
  • Ila Marie Alvarez Kamena as Erin
  • Jake B. Miller as Dax Daley
  • Renee Venencie as Young Nation Woman
  • Josh Clark as Greedy Rancher's Dad
  • Timothy Docherty Naranjo as Greedy Rancher's Son
  • Cal Bartlett as Old Rancher Man
  • J. LaRose Old Nation Man
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"This Land Is Your Land" is the thirteenth episode of the third season of the post-apocalyptic horror television series Fear the Walking Dead, which aired on AMC on October 1, 2017.

This episode marks the final regular appearance of Sam Underwood (Jake Otto), who died in the previous episode after being bitten on the arm by an infected and bleeding to death when his arm was amputated in an attempt to save him.

Plot

The pantry into which Alicia evacuated everyone doesn't have enough air for them all; she asks for those bitten to come forward. A dozen people are given morphine and euthanized. Distraught as their executioner, Alicia bonds with 9/11 widow Christine. People begin passing out and rising as the dead; Alicia kills one in a fall before passing out. While crawling through a convoluted vent system, Crazy Dog panics and hyperventilates until he is calmed by Ofelia. Later, Crazy Dog collapses while Ofelia is clearing a zombie from a fan, and she barely survives. Nick and Troy drive through the herd and become trapped in the helicopter. Ofelia and Crazy Dog ignite the ranch's fuel depot. Madison, Strand and Walker return and rescue Nick, Troy and Alicia, the only survivor of the pantry. They prepare to return to the dam but Alicia refuses to go, wanting to go alone to Jake's cabin and find her own way to live in the world.

Reception

David S.E Zapanta of Den of Geek gave "This Land Is Your Land" a very positive review, with a 4.5/5 rating, stating; "Fear the Walking Dead delivers a strong episode that gives The Walking Dead a serious run for its money."[1]

Ratings

"This Land Is Your Land" was seen by 2.38 million viewers in the United States on its original air date, above the previous episodes rating of 2.08 million.[2][3]

References

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