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Kim Dickens on Her Favorite ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Memory

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The article contains spoilers for Season 4 of Fear the Walking Dead! 

Fear the Walking Dead’s recent midseason finale has certainly rocked the core of the Fear universe. Series star and group leader Madison Clark, played by Kim Dickens, sacrificed herself to a hoard of walkers, sending the fandom into a frenzy. While Dickens would have ultimately liked for Madison’s story to continue, she only has fond memories when looking back at her time on the show, especially the people that she worked with.

“Gosh, there is so many memorable, indelible moments that I will never forget. Mostly the bond that I had with the cast and the crew and how intimately we all worked together to make the best show we can make on a daily basis, on an hourly basis. That comraderie I will miss to great, great deal…We’re all in touch and still text and we value that experience together,” she told ComicBook.com.

Her favorite specific memory to look back on though did not take place on screen or during her run four-year run on the series, but rather after she’d learned of Madison’s fate.

“I think though the intimate dinner that the cast and I had. The send off for Frank and myself. I think that night was kind of a really memorable night. It just had magic to it, the tears and the laughter and where the night went through in Austin. It was just a great night.”

To see what fans were saying about Fear’s shocking mid season finale, check out our Twitter roundup here! What are your thoughts on Madison’s death? Let us know!

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