Indeed, they are beautiful together and their relationship has blossomed in the second half of "The Walking Dead" season 4. Melissa McBride, who plays Carol Peletier on the show, thinks Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) and Beth Greene (Emily Kinney) are awesome. It is clear that they don't share a romantic bond, but whatever it is, it is strong and powerful.
Melissa loves the way the Daryl and Beth's relationship has developed in this season.
"Oh, I thought that was beautiful. I thought their whole experience together was really important and necessary," said Melissa to AccessHollywood.com.
"It was really beautiful what they were bringing out in one another. I don't sit there and watch it and think this going into a romantic thing, or I don't try to define what's going on anywhere, it's just, what they show me is what it is and I thought that it was beautiful."
Sadly, Beth was kidnapped at the end of "The Walking Dead" season 4, episode 13. Daryl was alone before he became a part of Joe's group. He is not loving the new group but staying with them, as it is safe to be in a group.
Now, that Daryl is away from Beth, Melissa is worried about him.
"Oh, boy. I don't know. Making Daryl mad, boy, I don't know. I worry for anybody that's out there by themselves like that. And then he's obviously surrounded by a bunch of disgusting thugs, but piss him off? Piss Daryl off like that? He is so loyal and loving with his group - the prison group - and that guy talking about Beth that way?"
She thought Daryl might kill Len, but Joe intervened and stopped him. Later, Joe killed Len when he lied about the rabbit in Daryl's bag.
In "The Walking Dead" season 4 finale, the teams have reached the Terminus. It will be great if Daryl and Beth can reunite before the show ends for this season.
Watch "The Walking Dead" season 4, episode 16 on Sunday, March 30, 2014 on AMC.