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The Walking Dead - Season 4 - Norman Reedus interview

3 Mar 2014

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Daryl blames himself for The Governor's deadly attack. How will we see him move forward after this, now that he's finally opened up about it?

He goes to a real dark place but the good thing about this week's episode, is he's always finding hope through other people. He is one of those personalities that needs somebody to give him an extra push. And Beth shows him a candlelight in the darkness and he moves on that. Daryl is still upset about Carol (Melissa McBride) and he's going to be more protective of the group and he'll have his guard up more. I don't think he'd let [The Governor's attack] happen again.

The seed for this episode was first planted in the season four premiere in terms of Daryl and Beth's kindred spirit. How will we see the Daryl and Beth's relationship evolve now that he's finally opened up to her?

That may be addressed. I like seeing those two together. They're not characters who you'd normally see or partner up together. Being stuck with each other, this episode starts with Daryl in a dark place and he doesn't want to go on and he's growling at Beth the whole time. But it ends on positive note. Beth showed him something about himself. He struggles a lot of the time and he's got a chip on his shoulder; he doesn't think people like him. But Beth helps him shed some of his old demons and feel good about himself and the need to let those things go and move forward. That's a lot of what our show is about. He definitely has a soft spot for her forever. They've bonded during this journey.


1 comment:

  1. Slightly bitter the Oscars ran over and I didn't get to watch the repeat at eleven like I was planning.


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