"That’s what made it effective, when you’re standing there listening to her play piano, you’re just standing there watching her. And you feel like he’s thinking, ‘This may be the last living person I ever see.’ So, I thought that was a really great connection. A lot of it wasn’t in the script. The script wasn’t like, ‘Beth and Daryl totally hook up.’ It wasn’t there. But when I watched the episode, I felt I kind of wanted that, which was what he brings to it and what Emily brought to it."

Greg Nicotero  (via soufflegirlandbeakyboy)

jennifercarolyn:

Okay, up until now I’ve been super calm, but, when a show’s executive producer, who has his hands in almost every aspect of production, including developing a season’s narrative says that one character was falling in love with another.

That means it’s canon.

Whatever happens from here on out, Daryl fell in love with Beth because Greg Nicotero, the show’s EP said so. He said so here.

The. End.

"When they pitched Season 4, they were talking about when the prison goes down and having Daryl and Beth be bunkered together. And it’s interesting because I get to see all the cuts and I see all the edits from the director’s cuts onward. And I loved the scene in the kitchen when they’re talking, and I got the sense that Daryl was starting to kind of fall in love with Beth a little."

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"The Walking Dead" autograph signing [25.07.2014]

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Norman Reedus and Emily Kinney San Diego Comic Con 2014

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Emily Kinney and Norman Reedus

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Emily Kinney and Norman Reedus

Norman gets caught trying to take a selfie with Emily.

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Norman getting caught trying to take selfies with Emily during SDCC Panel.

Norman getting caught trying to take selfies with Emily during SDCC Panel.

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