|First seen||"The Endless Thirst"|
|Last seen||"Imperfect Circles"|
|Series lifespan||"The Endless Thirst" to "Imperfect Circles"|
|Appeared in||2 episodes, (see below)|
|Portrayed by||Linds Edwards|
|Family||Clint Dundee † (Brother)|
|Killed Victims||1 killed|
|Status||Dead (Imperfect Circles)|
|Cause of Death||Shot by Linda|
|Waylon Dundee Gallery|
- "Nobody is going to miss that old hag."
- —Waylon about Rose.[src]
Before the DomeEdit
Waylon Dundee, along with his brother Clint Dundee, were childhood friends of Junior. Waylon was a famous high school baseball player in the town, and was scheduled to go into the Minor League until the Dome came down.
Under The DomeEdit
After the water supply in Chester's Mill was depleted, the people began looting the stores and restaurants for supplies. Among the looters were Waylon Dundee and his brother Clint. The brothers broke into Sweetbriar Rose and demanded the food that was left in the diner. When Rose Twitchell and Angie McAlister refused, the brothers decided to take the food by force. As Waylon went to take the food Rose tried to stop him. Waylon then beat her to death with his 'all star' baseball bat. He soon attempted to rape Angie, but was stopped by Barbie, and fled the diner with Clint.
Barbie first sees Waylon and Clint causing more trouble. Later, they both set up a road block and when Julia stops her car while taking Harriet to the clinic, they both start stealing the car's gas. Barbie arrives and attacks them both but they then flee the scene. The Dundee's hold up in the former junkyard of the town, where they held all of their stolen goods which is located by Junior and Linda. Junior chases after Clint while Waylon tries to shoot him down but is soon shot by Linda and dies after a fatal wound.
Waylon died due to a fatal gunshot wound to the lower forehead by Linda Esquivel after Dundee tried to kill James Rennie, who was currently in pursuit of the fleeing Clint.
|Season 1 appearances|
|"Pilot"||"The Fire"||"Manhunt"||"Outbreak"||"Blue on Blue"|
|"The Endless Thirst"||"Imperfect Circles"||"Thicker Than Water"||"The Fourth Hand"||"Let the Games Begin"|
|"Speak of the Devil"||"Exigent Circumstances"||"Curtains"|
- Rose Twitchell (beaten to death with a baseball bat)
- Out of the two Dundee brothers, Waylon seemed to be supreme over his brother, most likely due to his position as older brother of Clint.
- Like Lester Coggins and Paul Randolph, Waylon seemed to go partly insane after the arrival of the Dome, with episodes of massive paranoia and overconfidence. An example of this would be how he beat Rose Twitchell stating, "Nobody is going to miss that old hag".