"The Tyger and the Lamb" is the third episode of the first season of AMC's The Walking Dead: World Beyond. It is the third episode of the series overall. It premiered on October 18, 2020, the same night as "Welcome to the Club", the second episode of the sixth season of Fear The Walking Dead. It was written by Siavash Farahani and directed by Sharat Raju.
- Joe Holt as Leopold Bennett (Photograph)
- Dani Fish as Dani (Archive Footage)
- Aislin Freya Pax as Phoebe (Archive Footage)
- Unknown as Campus Student 3
- Unknown as Mr. Plaskett
- Unknown as Silas' Grandfather (Voice Only)
- Unknown as Silas' Grandmother (Voice Only)
- First (and last) appearance of Marco Voci. (Flashback)
- Last appearance of Barca. (Unknown)
- Last appearance of Dani. (Flashback)
- Last appearance of Phoebe. (Flashback)
- Last appearance of the Campus Colony. (Flashback)
- The title of this episode, "The Tyger and the Lamb", refers to the poem Iris wrote that Silas has.
- This episode was made available for streaming to subscribers of AMC Premiere on October 15, 2020.
- This episode is played directly after the second episode of Season 6 of Fear The Walking Dead.
- It is revealed that the Civic Republic has over 200,000 people.
- This episode marks the first time Hope and Iris kill empties.
- The Union Jack in Elizabeth's apartment is actually upside down, which is usually taken as signal of distress. Whether this is intentional or simply a filming error is unknown.
- A female student who had a speaking line during the scene where Silas was cleaning Leo Bennett's lab was left uncredited.
|Episodes of The Walking Dead: World Beyond|
|Season 1||"Brave" • "The Blaze of Gory" • "The Tyger and the Lamb" • "The Wrong End of a Telescope" • "Madman Across the Water" • "Shadow Puppets" • "Truth or Dare" • "The Sky Is a Graveyard" • "The Deepest Cut" • "In This Life"|