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Published On: Thu, Feb 5th, 2015

‘Walking Dead’ season 5: Norman Reedus, Scott Gimple on Carol as love interest for Daryl

Fans are obsessed with the details of The Walking Dead and star Norman Reedus is probably getting pretty tired of talking about Daryl Dixon’s love life, but the dead of Beth Greene (Emily Kinney) points to an intimate bond between Reedus’ redneck and Carol Peletier, played by Melissa McBride.

“I think if he felt those feelings before, he didn’t quite understand what those feelings were. But I think there was a part of him that was open to that,” Reedus tells TVGuide.com.

carol and Daryl Melissa McBride Norman Reedus walking dead season 5 photo“I’ll never say never,” he adds. “Beth meant a lot” and she was “one of the only good people left in the world.” Beth was like a “beacon of hope” for Daryl and her departure saddened him.

Executive producer Scott Gimple told TV Guide that Daryl Dixon will definitely be going through “some stuff” when The Walking Dead returns.

“He’s full of grief at this moment and he’ll probably shut down a bit… There’ll be grieving and there’ll be anger and there’ll be outbursts. He’s ready to just ambush things and just attack.”

The shocking death of Beth in the midseason finale rocked the fans of the show and sets up more drama for the group and it. Celebdirty Laundry reports that fans can expect more gruesome deaths and shocking twists.

 The Walking Dead remains the biggest show on television, set to resume the second half of season 5 on Sunday, Feb. 8 at 9pm ET on AMC.

 

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