If you read the comics, you knows that Daryl's death on The Walking Dead 2016 is inevitable, but is this how it's going to happen? The Walking Dead breaks new ground in the area of zombie-show-related mixed-race sex. We're fine if Daryl makes it out alive (we love him too much to think about him dead), but somebody's going to have to pay the piper soon. "But he definitely gets shot, you're definitely seeing exactly what happened". That's (Daryl's) blood that hits the camera.
Reedussaid, "It's not a trick". As to whether the shot kills Daryl, "You don't know, but he's definitely not looking good". "That's Daryl's blood that you see", confirms Norman Reedus, who plays Daryl. "I know... but some people are such fans that they interpret everything and try and find every clue and I'm like, 'You know, if they miss the line, that's all right". "There's other people standing there".
"What's interesting is Daryl's the first person he addresses, and he addresses him in a way that it nearly feels like he feels bad for saying the things that he's saying, but he's still doing them", Reedus told EW. Then Glenn and Michonne were taken prisoner by Dwight and the Saviors.
After the episode fades to black, Dwight's character says, "Don't worry". Rather than turn back, however, Rosita agrees to help him hunt down Dwight. "He wants revenge", Reedus says.
Tech Insider caught up with Austin Amelio, who plays Dwight on the show, to find out what was going on during that final scene, and, if you haven't already, you're going to want to go back and take a closer watch. There was a lot of blood and the only thing said as the screen got dark was from Dwight to Daryl and he said "you'll be ok".
Did that really just happen? But, when you're acting out of passion, sometimes you make a mistake. And it's one of - if not - the best episode I've ever seen of our show. Dwight and his fellow Saviors hold Michonne (Danai Gurira), Glenn (Steven Yeun) and Rosita (Christian Serratos) captive; a bloody trail is the only evidence of Carol (Melissa McBride); and pregnant Maggie (Lauren Cohan) is stricken by abdominal pains. Yes, according to Norman Reedus. "Everyone can go at any minute". Lost in a haze of guilt and rage, Daryl goes after the (relatively sizable) group that killed Denise, a decision that only serious Walking Dead lovers know was one of his most nerve-wracking yet - more on that later.
In an interview with EW, Kirkman said, "I think everybody on the show recognizes it for the iconic, monumental moment that it is in the comic book series".