Norman Reedus says you should worry about Daryl in the Walking Dead finale

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The Walking Dead season 6 is wrapping up next week, and in typical fashion they're getting ready for a brutal, bloody episode to keep fans craving to devour more. The Hollywood Reporter sat down with Norman Reedus to discuss his character Daryl Dixon and his nebulous fate. If you haven't seen the most recent episode, steer clear.

When asked about his fate following an encounter with Dwight, who says "you'll be alright," Norman said:

You should be very worried about Daryl. At the end of the episode, there's a comment that Dwight makes ["You'll be alright"] — and we're really good about throwing you off base. That comment might not even be to Daryl. It could be to Rosita — or to anybody there. Or it could be to something that some scuffle that happens directly afterward. Do you trust that guy? Anyone automatically assuming that's the obvious play is trusting words that come out of that guy's mouth and we're really good at throwing you for a loop. So … food for thought.  

Regarding the episode as a whole, he says it's:

super shocking and it's pretty hardcore. Andy [Lincoln] said he was late for work because he read it all night; Josh [McDermitt] said he threw the script; Lauren [Cohan] threw up. It's gnarly. I was instantly curious. I had ideas about what would happen and it made you feel sick and it was painful.

Now, I don't know if even the Walking Dead people have the balls to bump off fan favorite character Daryl, but if it's making even longtime cast members throw up, it's certainly going to have to be something more horrific and gruesome than anything we've ever seen before.

You can read the full interview RIGHT HERE!

In the season 6 finale, entitled "Last Day on Earth":

To save one of their own, Rick's group must venture outside the walls. Their experience there will change their lives forever.

Check out a sneak peek at the season finale below!

The Walking Dead stars Andrew Lincoln, Steven Yeun, Norman Reedus, Chandler Riggs, Lauren Cohan, Danai Gurira, Melissa McBride, Sonequa-Martin Green, Michael Cudlitz, Merritt Wever, Xander Berkeley, Tom Payne, Alicia Witt. The Walking Dead finale will air with a 90 minute expanded run time on April 3rd at 9 PM on AMC.

Extra Tidbit: What do you think will happen to Daryl?



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