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'Fear the Walking Dead' recap: Zombie fights and frictions reflect the real world

As a package, the two explored the shaky peace between the ranchers and the Nation and the scramble in the desert country along the U.S.-Mexican border for what has become the most valuable resource in the post-plague world: water.

The opening montage, of life on the ranch after the “sacrifice” of Jeremiah Otto, is overlaid with a rendition of Bob Dylan’s “Death Is Not the End,” which takes on a completely new complexity in the aftermath of the zombie plague.

It has now been a full season since the Abinauts were scattered after Daniel Salazar (Ruben Blades) started a fire at the Abigail estate.

Daniel’s el soldado past has reemerged, now as protector to a woman, Lola Guerrero (Lisandra Tena), who is nominally in control of the Gonzalez dam, a major source of water.

They are showing roughly the same state of civilization — a loosely connected series of settlements that are just barely hanging on, subject to desperation and violence.

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