Four years after the attack on the prison. Daryl and Beth escaped with Judith and have been on their own ever since.
I was cussin’ out loud and thinkin’ bout quittin’. Lookin’ back now, I’m sure glad I didn’t. Because just when I thought it couldn’t get no hotter…I caught a glimpse of the farmer’s daughter.
While vacationing in Aruba, Beth falls head over heels in love.
They couldn’t bury Beth when they came out of the hospital, so Daryl returns to do things right. What he finds isn’t what he expects.
“Before I give it to you,” Daryl starts, the words falling freely from his mouth, as if this moment of intimacy has opened a floodgate. Beth’s quiet groan of frustration is nearly as amusing as it is arousing.
“How long have you wanted it?”
The apocalypse hasn’t really played out the way the preacher used to say it would.
Set some time after “Coda”, the group eventually finds haven in a safe house and starts moving on, while Daryl tries to come to terms with what happened. Little did they know, Beth was still alive…
Daryl doesn’t need a magazine. The object of his fantasies is a living breathing girl named Beth Greene. And apparently, his moral compass is broken.
Out on the road, constantly moving from place to place, things look pretty bleak for the family as every day the weather gets worse and Lori’s belly grows bigger. With dark clouds gathering overhead, they find shelter from the storm just in time. But as tough as things are right now, Beth knows that every cloud has a silver lining.
He had never seen anybody cry over coffee before. If he had, he would have laughed at them. It’s just coffee. What’s the big deal? But, he isn’t laughing and it wasn’t just anybody. It was her. It was Beth. And, she used to love coffee and she had missed it so bad. And, now she had some. And, this was a big deal.