The Walking Dead's Norman Reedus Talks That Shocking Daryl Moment!
SPOILER ALERT! Don’t continue reading if you don’t want to know what happened on tonight’s episode of The Walking Dead.
The Walking Dead star Norman Reedus is opening up about that shocking moment in the final seconds of the Sunday (March 27) episode!
Dwight shoots Daryl (Reedus), and you see blood splatter and hear him say “You’ll be alright.”
When asked by THR if Darryl is dead, Norman said, “I can’t tell you that. But Dwight definitely shoots him. You don’t know where he shoots him but that definitely is his blood right there. Dwight knows if Daryl spins around, he’s not spinning around to say something; he’s spinning around to attack. Dwight knows if Daryl turning around Daryl is going to end him. But that’s definitely Daryl’s blood.”
“You should be very worried about Daryl. At the end of the episode, there’s a comment that Dwight makes ["You'll be alright"] — and we’re really good about throwing you off base. That comment might not even be to Daryl. It could be to Rosita — or to anybody there. Or it could be to something that some scuffle that happens directly afterward. Do you trust that guy? Anyone automatically assuming that’s the obvious play is trusting words that come out of that guy’s mouth and we’re really good at throwing you for a loop. So… food for thought,” Norman added.
The season finale of The Walking Dead airs next Sunday.