Daryl’s been around enough drunks to know which one people will likely be and he’s hardly ever been wrong.
Before that bottle of moonshine that had burned even his tongue he had never seen Beth Greene completely wasted.
And it was, honestly, the best thing he’s ever seen.
It’s all starting to look the same. The days, the nights, the blood, the scars, the kills. Everything is becoming one big merging horror story and Daryl’s drowning. All he needs in his life is some light, all he needs is a song and then he promises: he will be good.
During Daryl’s late-night patrol of the farm, he catches Jimmy doing a poor job of pleasuring Beth Greene, when this occurs twice more he snaps and throws the horny boy out of the barn to Beth’s shock. After mocking her for allowing Jimmy to continue his abysmal attempt to fuck her she dares to challenge him to do better, and so Daryl finds himself proving just how loud he can make Beth Greene scream.