“The Walking Dead” gave hope for Glenn’s survival only to take it away shortly after. At the end of the latest episode, someone yelled, “Help!” on the walkie talkiin after Abraham found a truck full of rockets, cigars, and a walker wearing a rocket launcher that would be enough to rescue Glenn from the dire situation.

In interviews with various news outlets about the November 15 outing, Norman Reedus answers whose voice was that asking for help. “It’s not Glenn. But it’s probably somebody at Alexandria with all we know that’s happening there,” he tells The Hollywood Reporter.

Responding to fans’ theory that Glenn might be able to hide under a dumpster, Reedus says with a laugh, “I saw what I saw [in the episode]! You can make theories this way or that way but what ever you see is right. So what ever your take on that is, you saw what you saw and you’re reacting to what you saw.”

He goes on sharing to about his reaction watching episode 3 of the season that marked Glenn’s last appearance so far, “I had the same feeling that everyone else had when they saw it and I was in the episode – I was pissed! I was mad at AMC and mad at everybody – but that’s the point. He’s such a beloved character and I’m rooting for him, too. But I saw what I saw.”

Reedus also talks about his character Daryl’s journey in the latest episode, “Always Accountable”. He encountered a trio on the run who had mistaken him as a foe in the woods. He was held captive but managed to escape with their bag. When he found insulin in the bag, he returned to his captors and they soon found themselves pursued by another group who wanted to bring the trio back to the camp from which they fled.

The diabetic girl unfortunately died and Norman planned to recruit the remaining two strangers. But his goodwill fired back as one of the guys pulled a gun on him and they took his motorbike and crossbow. “I’m sorry,” the guy said, and Daryl replied, “You will be.”

Apparently Daryl’s words mean he plans revenge to reclaim what belonged to him. “That had a double meaning. That’s Daryl saying, ‘I’m going to get you and you’ve pissed me off to the point of no return.’ It’s Daryl thinking that if this is your game plan – to steal motorcycles and keep running – you’re just going to keep running. You can only survive in numbers in this world and if that’s your plan, you’ll get caught and will run out of gas and can’t haphazardly steal everybody’s stuff; you’ll never get very far,” Reedus explains.

He adds, “It had that meaning and it also had the, ‘I’m going to beat the shit out of you when I find you [meaning].’ No one takes Daryl’s motorcycle and crossbow! C’mon!”

Following Abraham and Sasha’s flirtation in the episode and Rick kissing Jessie, Reedus is asked if his character may also find love. “I don’t think it’s the first thing on his mind; but yeah, I think it’s possible and I think he might have already found it and hasn’t realized it,” he says, “I think maybe he’ll find something else, who knows. It could be one of those things; but there’s definitely hope, especially with who he is now vs. who he was before. He’s turning into someone who would allow that.”

“The Walking Dead” returns with “Heads Up” on Sunday, November 22 at 9/8c on AMC. A preview for the episode hints at an intense situation as Rick is heard yelling, “C’mon, go! Hurry, keep moving!” Also, there’s a glimpse of someone from the back whose clothes are similar to those worn by Glenn the last time viewers saw him.



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