In a preview from the Nov. 16 episode of ‘The Walking Dead,’ we get to see how Daryl and Carol track down Beth by following her kidnappers. Click inside to WATCH!
On the Nov. 16 episode of The Walking Dead, we will finally learn how Carol (Melissa McBride) ends up in Grady Memorial Hospital at the end of episode 3. A preview for the episode shows Daryl (Norman Reedus) explaining to Carol how he lost Beth (Emily Kinney), and how he plans to get her back.
‘The Walking Dead’: Daryl & Carol Track Down Beth — Preview
Tonight, things are finally going to start to make sense on The Walking Dead.
We are still stuck in the same time frame as we were for episodes 5 and 6, but, hopefully, at the end of episode 6 we’ll learn how Beth and Carol ended up in the same place.
In the preview for the Nov. 16 episode, Daryl and Carol are carefully following the black car with the white crosses painted on it.
Daryl is explaining to Carol how he lost Beth, and how he witnessed her getting thrown into one of the black cars and driven away into the night in season 4.
Unfortunately, they’re about to hit a major bump in the road — because they are running out of gas quickly.
That’s when Carol suggests to “end it quick” and run the other car off of the road.
So, is that how Carol ends up unconscious and being wheeled inside Grady Memorial as Beth watches, horrified?
Also, this is the first time we get to see Daryl and Carol alone together for an extended period of time. Does that mean we’ll actually get to see some “Caryl” romance action?! Fingers crossed!
Tune into the all-new episode of The Walking Dead on Nov. 16 at 9/8c on AMC — and remember, there are only 3 EPISODES LEFT until the mid-season finale!
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers — Are Daryl and Carol going to be able to save Beth? Do you think Carol is faking being hurt so they’ll take her in? Comment below with your thoughts!
— Lauren Cox