I'd go to a moonshine cabin with Daryl anyday. :D
I really hope they don't "go there". Beth is a minor and Daryl tapping that would make him a pedophile....ick.
Never have I ever is the official drinking game of TWD :rofl
How old is Beth's character supposed to be? She's 28 in real life, so I don't see how they could have her playing a juvenile. I'll be honest, I thought this past episode was one of the most boring in a while, probably since around the never ending soap opera in season two involving Lori and Shane.
I waited all day long for my husband to get home so we could watch it together. We both agree that we didn't need to see the moonshine shack to know that's how Daryl grew up. In the south guys like Daryl are a dime a dozen. So are the trailers they live in. The second I saw Daryl in season 1 I knew he grew up like that. I didn't need them to waste time talking about it. And why show him stealing money and jewels? I can understand showing us that Daryl is retreating back into his cold, thieving ways. But money and jewels? I thought for a minute that he had lost his mind and thought he was in the pre apocalypse world. Would have been better if he stumbled across a small camp in the woods and robbed them of food and water.
All of the interviews I've read say that they're "setting the story up to go forward". Just go forward already. The "set up" is about to bore me to death.
I am still enjoying all of the shows. I love the character information we are getting from them. This is a soap opera after all, just set among zombies lol. What we are seeing is how important it was to be in that group of people. They were forced apart from a violent act, and look at how many of them are struggling to not go back to how they were before the zombie apocalypse. I am just getting a stronger sense of who these characters are, which makes me appreciate their individual journeys and love them even more. Being in that group gave them a sense of purpose. Some of them fell into natural roles that they had beforehand, others rose to the occasion and took on roles they never thought they could. It's all pretty intriguing if you allow yourself to really get down and dirty with them. :)
Well with Carol back on the scene - I would imagine it might be her that he eventually hooks up with.
I don't need romance in my action movies but I find myself spending way to much time wondering who Daryl will hook up with. And I do not want it to be Carol. I just think they have been together way to long. If sparks were going to fly they would have by now. I hope if he finds love it's with someone we haven't met yet.
I am way to intrigued with the thought of a Rick/Michonne pairing. They are both the same amount of broke and trying to heal. It would be good for Rick to have such a strong wife. Might actually make him strong enough to be the leader we always hoped he was.
I read an interview with the actor who plays Eugene. He said he loves working on WD because he sweats a lot. In other shows they are constantly mopping at him and trying to get him to stop sweating. On set of WD sweating is not only acceptable it's encouraged. :laugh I found it relatable because I sweat profusely during the summer. Doesn't help that I live in Alabama.
What the...who took Beth away in that car? There they were, having their little "white trash brunch" as Daryl called it, and everything goes to hell. I was thinking that a funeral home would be the very last place I'd want to hang out. Was it a trap with the food set there like that?
And Daryl snuggled up in a coffin = still sexy. :lol
Anybody recognize that song they were playing in the beginning and end of the show? I really liked it...