You can’t just lock your doors and plug your ears. This is the world’s end, not your mother telling you to clean your room.
The Fear the Walking Dead finale airs tonight, and we’re dying to know who will make it through. But more importantly, how would you make it through the apocalypse?
If Fear the Walking Dead has taught us anything, it’s that not everybody wakes up in the middle of an apocalypse ready for action like Rick Grimes. There’s people like Travis who adamantly refuse to acknowledge what’s happening in every situation; the Nicks, who get their butts out of a situation as quickly as possible; if you’re like Alicia, you’re more likely to help people, even at your own risk; Tobias’ lot stock up on supplies in preparation for a long wait; and then there’s people like the guy hiding in the bathroom who just mentally collapse like the world around them.
Ever wondered how you would make it through alive? Well, wonder no more: Take our quiz and find out!
On the finale tonight, we’ll see who has what it takes to make it through this initial phase of humanity’s demise. Does Nick really possess some useful trait to get him through this new world? Will Travis finally wake up and smell the (undead) corpses? And how is Tobias holding up in his fort? All questions we hope will be answered!
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