Spoilers ahead! Want to know whether or not Beth will be saved by Daryl on ‘The Walking Dead’? HollywoodLife.com has ALL of the details!
On the Nov. 2 episode of The Walking Dead, Emily Kinney returns as Beth, one of the survivors who was kidnapped by a mysterious vehicle in season four. Daryl, portrayed by Norman Reedus, has made it his personal mission to save Beth from her abductors, but will he succeed?
‘The Walking Dead’ Reveals Beth’s Fate — SPOILERS
If you do not want the Nov. 4 episode of The Walking Dead to spoiled for you before you can watch it, I highly suggest you stop reading this article right now.
Seriously, this is your last warning… SPOILERS BELOW!
In true The Walking Dead fashion, where Beth has ended up is far more complicated than any run-of-the-mill hospital. Whether or not their intentions for Beth are pure remain to be seen, but one thing previews have revealed to us is this: Beth wants out. ASAP.
In the above preview, Beth appears to be waking up in her new “home” for the first time since being snatched up on the side of the road. We aren’t given much information, but the view from her window instantly brings us straight back to season 1 — Atlanta, Georgia.
In episode 2, Daryl and Carol (Melissa McBride) spotted the mysterious vehicle that took Beth and followed it without hesitation. When Daryl returned in episode 3, we were left with a cliffhanger of who he could be with: Carol? Beth? Both?
How about this: it’s neither Carol nor Beth. That’s right, Daryl has someone new in tow with him, and according to WetPaint it will be a friend of Beth’s from the hospital, Noah (Tyler James Williams).
They are also reporting that Beth attempts to escape with Noah but only he manages to get out, while she gets caught. Once he is out in the world again, Noah runs into Daryl — who is alone because Carol was taken away by police officers.
Police? In Atlanta? Wow, it sounds like a lot sure has changed since we last saw the city.
Will Rick Follow After Abraham Or Will He Go After Carol & Beth?
It’s probably safe to assume that the cops who take Carol away put her in the same place as Beth.
So, when Daryl returns to tell Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and the rest of their gang what happened, will they rally together to save Carol and Beth?
It seems like a no-brainer, but don’t forget that Rick waved goodbye to Maggie (Lauren Cohan) and Glenn (Steven Yeun) in episode 3 when they decided to leave with Abraham (Michael Cudlitz), Eugene (Josh McDermitt), and Rosita (Christian Serratos).
Now, there is a major fork in the road for our remaining survivors: go after Beth and Carol, or go after Abraham and his group?
Stay tuned for a review of The Walking Dead‘s episode 4 on Nov. 4 to find out what happens!
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Who returns to the church with Daryl? Will Rick go after Beth and Carol or follow Abraham to D.C.? Comment below and let me know your thoughts!
— Lauren Cox