Friday on “The Talk,” Jenna Elfman spills on upcoming episodes of “Fear The Walking Dead” and her character June. “I think June has a broken heart,” says Elfman. “[John] is so upset and ruined from how dirty Ginny does business…and he’s so troubled. He can’t stay around and [that’s] the fork in the road. I think he’s going to follow us and he goes the other way and that is heartbreaking for June…I think June has a broken heart and so does John.” On the upcoming storyline twists Elfman reveals, “This episode, Ginny’s sister, Dakota, goes missing and this seems to be one of the most important people to Ginny. So she kinda becomes a valuable commodity, because you start looking at what’s important to certain people. And it seems like Dakota might become a chess piece. But this episode sort of starts to turn a corner, opening the door as we see what threat might be starting to loom in the future and how everyone is going to approach it.”
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