The day before the season 4 premiere The Walking Dead AMC official twitter tweeted this:
The day after “The Suicide King” aired The Walking Dead AMC tweeted this: (Reminder: In this episode Daryl left the group with Merle, telling Glenn that Carol would understand why he had to leave. When Rick & the group returned, Carol asked for Daryl and was visibly upset that he was gone).
And lastly, something else to make you smile..
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Rick: Now you put down your weapons, walk through those gates…you’re one of us. We let go of all of it, and nobody dies. Everyone who’s alive right now. Everyone who’s made it this far. We’ve all done the worst kinds of things just to stay alive. But we can still come back. We’re not foo far gone. We get to come back.
//This began the rise of Aperture Science.
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|Andrew Lincoln:||Maybe a kid should take me out. I texted Scott Gimple yesterday and said, "Promise me, when I die, on the credits sequence, you play Johnny Cash's version of 'Hurt'." And he said, "I can't make that promise." So when I die, even if Scott Gimple decides not to do it, please everybody [at home] play "Hurt."|
|Lauren Cohan:||Maggie and Glenn are running through a forest, and there's a horde behind them, and there's nowhere else to go - just a cliff. They hold hands and jump off the cliff and scream all the way down. [Laughs] And it freeze-frames on them with their arms up in the air.|
|Norman Reedus:||If I had my druthers on how I would go, I would just walk away. You would just see me walk down a road like Mad Max and I'd get smaller and smaller and smaller and smaller, and then a little dog would on the road with me and just start following me off into the sunset, and you'd never know what happened to him.|
|Chad L. Coleman:||I would want it to be heroic. Sacrificing myself for the others would probably be the most compelling way to me. One of those "Everybody go! Just go!" [Laughs]|
|Danai Gurira:||She's not going to go down without a pretty epic fight. That's how I see Michonne. That's what I want for her.|
|Michael Cudlitz:||As with everyone, I know it's coming. At some point everybody dies on The Walking Dead. I would hope that his death would be befitting of his life, and Abraham did everything hard. As they say in Spinal Tap, it goes to 11.|
|-Entertainment Weekly, 9/5/14 issue|
"Filming is about to commence on a scene that will find crossbow-wielding warrior Daryl and wallflower-turned-flower-gazing advocate Carol investigating a particularly creepy hallway that stands between them and their secret destination.
The good news: Daryl and Carol are back together! (Shippers, start your engines.)
More good news: They’re not stuck in a train car!
But also, bad news: This hallway is almost pitch-black, and there’s that dead walker on the floor to consider: You can’t help but feel it is not alone.
The man who plays Daryl stands at the ready, waiting for the director to yell “Action!” And then, well…
Norman Reedus decides to start flashing people. (I’m going to pause for the cause and give everyone a few seconds to stop hyperventilating.)
This particular flashing actually comes courtesy of a Daryl Dixon flashlight. (Sorry.)
First it lands on an unsuspecting crew member, who just sort of chuckles, because what the hell else are you supposed to do when Norman Reedus throws a flashlight in your face?
Then it is Melissa McBride’s turn to play victim. “Hey!” she barks at her costar, who continues to whip the beam around, faster and faster, until the energy in the room changes. Reedus starts beatboxing to the rhythm of the light, simulating a club remix jam, heavy on the bass. “DOOPH! DOOPH! DOOPH!”
The throbbing beat is more infectious than any plague of the undead.
Now McBride feels it too.
She turns this hallway of doom into her own personal Studio 54, dropping moves that would make Deney Terrio proud.
Never mind that McBride currently has on her person a knife, brass knuckles, and a massive rifle - the woman just wants to get down!
So there you have it.
This is what season 5 of The Walking Dead has come to, folks: Zombie Dance Party.
Entertainment Weekly, September 5th, 2014
***There are no words…YET!!!***
***They are TOGETHER!!!***
*BACK TO GLEEFUL CARYL FLAILING - Carry On!*
"The Daryl and Carol shippers at least seem to have the advantage over the Daryl-Beth (Emily Kinney) seeing how we know the first pair will share some screen time together in Season 5, while Beth…well, where the hell is Beth anyways?”
Entertainment Weekly, September 5th, 2014