Pinterest SPOILER ALERT: Read on only if you have already watched Sunday’s episode of Fear the Walking Dead, “100.” Having scenes in different languages with subtitles is becoming more commonplace on television — but they are usually just that: individual scenes. However, for Sunday night’s “100” episode of Fear the Walking Dead , AMC went even further, airing an almost completely Spanish-language episode. With the exception of one scene between Daniel Salazar and Victor Strand, the rest of the episode — which told the backstory of what happened to Daniel after he set fire to the Mexican compound back in season 2 — was entirely in Spanish. We asked Fear showrunner Dave Erickson about that decision, as well as mapping out Daniel’s backstory and his moment-of-truth choice at the very end. ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: We haven’t seen Daniel since the season 2 midseason finale, so it’s been a while. When did you come up with his story in terms of what had happened to him? Did you know all the way back when he set the compound on fire, or did it come together later? DAVE ERICKSON: There are a lot of circumstances creatively and practically that went into the […]