Season 7 Episode 7, The Portrait

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Colman Domingo stars as Victor Strand in Episode 7 of AMC's Fear the Walking Dead Season 7
Colman Domingo stars as Victor Strand in Episode 7 of Worry the Strolling Useless Season 7. Pic credit score: AMC/Lauren “Lo” Smith

We’re almost on the midway level in Season 7 of AMC’s Worry the Strolling Useless. Which means that all the pieces is gearing towards a possible cliffhanger earlier than the present goes on hiatus.

And, as a result of Victor Strand (Colman Domingo) is the resident dangerous man, Episode 7 offers viewers a a lot nearer take a look at his “group” — and of how this tyrant chief is holding up underneath the pressure of all of it.

Victor Strand will get his portrait painted

In true dictator fashion, Strand thinks he’s the king of the world. So, what king doesn’t get his portrait painted, hey?

An artist is among the choose few that Victor has let by his gates, and he or she known as in to color probably the most epic of portraits. Victor offers some specifics too, he desires her to color the true him, what he sees, not her interpretation of him.

As a result of nothing says your edge on actuality is slipping fairly like wanting somebody to learn your thoughts.

The poor girl will get to work and it takes many classes, so viewers get to see simply how many individuals try to get into Victor’s tower and protected from all the pieces outdoors.

He rejects all of them. That is based mostly solely on his intestine feeling, so he’s even turning away medics.

When the pic is finished, he takes one take a look at it and throws it over the aspect of the constructing. By this level, even Howard (Omid Abtahi) is getting sick of his s**t.

Keith Carradine as John Dorie Sr., Omid Abtahi as Howard, and Daryl Mitchell as Wendell, as seen in Episode 7 of AMC's Fear the Walking Dead Season 7
Keith Carradine as John Dorie Sr., Omid Abtahi as Howard, and Daryl Mitchell as Wendell, as seen in Episode 7 of Worry the Strolling Useless Season 7. Pic credit score: AMC/Lauren “Lo” Smith

Child Mo is sick

In the midst of all this, Morgan (Lennie James) turns up on his doorstep and begs his method in on account of Child Mo (Avaya Jeniel) being sick. At first, Victor gained’t let him in however, lastly, he relents.

June (Jenna Elfman) tends to Mo and even will get an opportunity to have a aspect chat with Morgan whereas Victor attends to another drama. June goes to remain, although, as a result of in response to her leaving the tyrannical rule of Virginia (Colby Minifie) is what received John Dorie Jr. (Garret Dillahunt) killed within the final season of Worry the Strolling Useless.

Morgan desires to speak some extra about all of it, however a flying zombie hits the window, and there are larger issues at hand. Like the subsequent zombie that breaks the window and sails on into the tower.

The Stalkers play their hand

Those catapulting the walkers are the Stalkers. You understand these guys, they’re those who actually did take that Mad Max meme critically.

Since they picked up the stray warhead that didn’t explode within the Season 6 finale of Worry the Strolling Useless and so they received rejected by Victor, they determine to power their method in. They offer Strand one hour to conform or they are going to begin loading up their catapult with nuclear walkers.

Victor will get poisoned

In the midst of all this, Victor will get poisoned. Or, so he thinks as a result of he’s additionally dropping his grip on actuality. You understand you’re a really evil chief when you’re paranoid sufficient to suppose that everybody desires you useless.

June confirms it, although. Fortunately for Victor (not a lot for everybody else), whoever poisoned him probably didn’t give him a sufficiently big dose to kill him.

Morgan tries to motive with him whereas he’s sick and says that he will help stalk the Stalkers as a result of he has individuals on the surface — he simply wants a radio to contact them.

Cue extra paranoid Victor Strand.

Nonetheless, ultimately, he has no selection within the matter and is a title a*shole by making Morgan quit Child Mo (who has been recognized with a double ear an infection at this level so should be feeling notably dangerous) whereas they head right down to the armory the place the radio is stored.

Dragging his poisoned a*s together with Morgan, they find yourself at a standstill and Victor lastly offers Child Mo to Morgan whereas he geese off to make use of the radio.

Realizing he has simply been had by Morgan, he asks that he seek for Alicia (Alycia Debnam-Carey) as a result of Victor figures Alicia just isn’t eager to be discovered by him on account of him being an a*shole. I imply, he’s not flawed.

Morgan, being not a significant douche, comes again to avoid wasting Victor after he eliminates the Stalkers, stating that he did so as a result of Alicia wouldn’t need him to search out her both as soon as she heard he let Victor die.

Besides, that’s the factor, it’s right here that Strand works out that Morgan was the one to poison him.

Morgan will get exiled –however meets outdated buddies

Strand takes Morgan to the roof to throw him overboard. Nonetheless, Grace (Karen David) telephones it and lets Victor know that solely she will search out the rogue nuclear walkers that escaped through the kerfuffle.

She gives to maneuver in with Victor as long as Morgan will get to reside.

Victor agrees to this and has Morgan exiled.

This implies it takes it no time in any respect to be discovered by the Darkish Horse and acquired again to a different camp belonging to the Stalkers. These are the great guys, although, and it seems that Alicia is the top of this group.

After a really transient hugfest, walkers flip up — nuclear walkers.

And, though Morgan makes it very clear to not shoot, the shooters are set off completely happy and blast the walkers till all of them explode.

Episode 7 of Worry the Strolling Useless ends with Alicia’s whole group now having to outrun the nuclear fallout from these blasts.

Season 7 of Worry the Strolling Useless is at the moment airing each Sunday evening on AMC.

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