Fear the Walking Dead Season 6 / Episode 6 - "Bury Her Next to Jasper's Leg" June / John Dorie: June blaming herself for the loss of the guy with the ruptured appendix is misplaced guilt; whatever happened in her past, it should not make her think she could make up for that by running be a mobile hospital in a devastated world with limited resources. She's sort of ridiculous to carry that on her shoulders. John itching to flee Virginia's group...sounds like the recipe for a terrible mistake, as its clear June is obsessed with trying to save everyone in sight--even if its against Virginia's wishes. Luciana: She lives (see NOTES). Sarah: So, she has her reunion with Wendell. If the showrunners have a backbone, they will not make him one of this season's losses. Far too predictable. Virginia and the Gang: Escapee Paige--one of the "End is Just the Beginning" people--preferred to commit suicide instead of revel what her own group is doing. She did note that Virginia was afraid...and that's interesting, as it would suggest she (Virginia) knows something not too pleasant about Paige's allies, which is teased again when she tells June she has something to talk about. Virginia believes Wes is a member of the spray paint crew. Surely, Luciana or June can explain that Wes is an artist who used spray cans when they met...? In a pleasant surprise, Virginia was bitten, however, even as the walker took a chomp, I knew June would save her, which would be her leverage against Virginia...that, and the show gets the added "benefit" of Virginia taking on the appearance of a (cliched) mutilated villain. If anything, she will use misplaced anger to fuel her death-wish for Morgan. Oh, and any promises or meeting of the minds June has with Virginia is not going to be on the level. With no gas source, it will be very difficult to transport anyone to her "hospital"--even via horses. Her obsession has now separated her from John--the other character carrying too much baggage from the past (trying to be his father / falsely believing he "failed" to save Janice). It remains to be seen if John stumbles across Morgan's group...or runs into the spray paint gang. NOTES: If this series has one failing, its the total lack of development of Danay Garcia's Luciana, who has been so marginalized and absent for most of the significant plotlines of the past two seasons. After Nick died (S4 - "Good Out Here"), she--or rather the showrunners--lost any real drive to develop a solid plot for Luciana. Back to June: she really comes off as an obsessive idiot. No one living in the zombie apocalypse would still run around with the TV medical drama stereotyped "Damnit! I'm saving everyone!!" personality. She blames Virginia for the oil field deaths, bur her not getting to the truck--playing that TV stereotype--led to their being in the area long enough to be caught in the explosion. For one of the series' protagonists, June really does not deserve anything she's asking for, and I would not be shocked if her "hospital" goes up in flames. NEXT WEEK: The mid-season finale, where Alicia is in some trouble, and Strand has a decision to make about what side he's on. GRADE: B.