If on-screen chemistry is a dart board, Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) and Beth Greene (Emily Kinney) can hit the bull's eye with their eyes looked into each other's like true lovers. In "The Walking Dead" season 4, episode 12 "Still," Daryl and Beth came close to each other and shared stuff. During the episode, Beth managed to help Daryl open up about the guilt and grief. Daryl did talk about himself.
Norman Reedus' character felt responsible for not being able to stop the Governor's attack on the prison. Beth comforted Daryl got him back from destroying himself. Fans will have to wait for the next episodes to find out if Daryl and Beth would hook up.
Norman Reedus talked to The Hollywood Reporter about "The Walking Dead" season 4, episode 12, "Still" and when asked about a probable romantic future for Beth and Daryl, he replied, "Everyone pairs Beth up with Carl in this weird way, and she's much older than Carl. He's looking for comics, and she's looking for food. They're definitely not the same age. I can't tell you if there's going to be a romantic thing; we're not allowed to talk about that stuff. But never say never! She's a cute girl in the zombie apocalypse, and Daryl could do much worse."
Norman says never say never, so there is a chance of a romantic future for the duo. In another interview with NBC New York last week, Norman talked about the hook up with Beth.
"It's a very unlikely duo," said Norman.
"They're getting to know each other on a different level but not romantically. There are definitely lessons being taught in both directions," added Norman Reedus.
"The Walking Dead" season 4, episode 13 titled "Alone" will continue to showcase Daryl and Beth's story.
Watch the new episode of "The Walking Dead" season on Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on AMC.