Part 13 of the Fear the Walking Dead: Flight 462 showed the vicious walker getting impaled in the head after attempting to tear some flesh off of Michelle Ang’s character. After this, things seem to settle down for literally two seconds until the passengers notice one of the bullets the air marshal had previously fired struck one of the plane’s windows. Take a look at what happens next in part 14 of Flight 462:
Yikes! Things aren’t getting any calmer in Flight 462. So the clip starts off with the walker’s recently bitten wife leaning on the flight attendant’s legs. The flight attendant looks down at the wife, observes her labored breathing, and utters “she’s dying.” Ang’s character who we all know at this point to be the most walker solidified expert glances over at the suffering wife, thinks for a few seconds, and stabs her in the eye which immediately kills her. The flight attendant screams in horror as the air marshal says “Oh my God.” He then states the obvious ”You killed her.” Ang’s character shakes her head in disagreement as she replies “I saved her.” The final seconds of the clip shifts back to the bullet struck window which has now completely shattered.
For those who have yet to see part 13 of Flight 462 click here.
AMC has been featuring Flight 462’s mini series during commercial breaks of The Walking Dead. When the web teasers are premiered, they are then made available for viewing on the AMC website and on their official app.
As most are aware, Flight 462 will eventually tie into the second season of Fear the Walking Dead. One survivor of the Flight 462 series (Ang’s character or Brendan Meyer’s character) will eventually cross paths with Travis’s (Cliff Curtis) team.
Fear the Walking Dead’s upcoming season will take place shortly after the conclusion of the first season which showed the untimely death of one of the group’s characters. Season two will resume with Strand (Colman Domingo) leading Travis’s (Curtis) family and the Salazar’s on his grand yacht.
Season 2 of Fear the Walking Dead will debut in less than a month on Sunday, April 10. Check back for coverage on part 15 of Flight 462!