Fear Walking Dead star Maggie Grace says there is something "really beautiful" about the surprise romance between Althea and beginner Isabelle (Sydney Lemmon), an enemy ally who formed a fast but strong bond with Al that culminated in a goodbye kiss.
"I loved the character the story was with and how cautiously it was earned," Grace told TV Insider .
"Given the recent experiences with these characters since the fall of society and before, it is not so easy to trust, not? So it was interesting to find the moments when they see each other despite themselves. I loved The episode that uncovered new details behind CRM outfitters later responsible for Rick Grimes disappearance (Andrew Lincoln), so an originally stoic Isabelle admits Al to fireside beer "I would have much rather met you before all this. Or maybe whatever it comes after."
"There were a couple of different drafts, and I'm glad they went with the one. It felt right," said Grace.
"That moment was really special to me because it feels like they both recognize the lives they could have had. They mention it briefly, at the campfire ̵
Al follows Victor Strand (Colman Domingo) as Fear & # 39; s second prominent LGBTQ character and Grace is fond of his character's sexuality is not a "big deal".
"Because we are dealing with a world after society, I personally think it will be another conversation," she said. "I cannot see social conventions or labels much to these people, under these circumstances. [Laughs] Is it sensible?"
Her meeting with Isabelle taught Al to be more open: ironically, the journalist is curious about the stories of all , she meets a little by herself.
"I think there's something really beautiful about thinking about Al, it's something of a miracle to meet someone in this world that you can recognize it deeply and trust it quickly and identify with so strong in such a short time, "Grace said.
"That being a woman is not the big deal. The big deal meets anyone at all in this world. I don't think people are concerned about labels or social conventions they care about."
New episodes of Fear Walking Dead Season 5 premiere Sunday at 9/8 at AMC.
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