‘The Walking Dead’ Season 6: Does This Song Prove Negan Kills Glenn or Daryl?
Just when we thought Glenn Rhee’s fate on The Walking Dead was sealed thanks to Negan and his barbed-wire baseball bat affectionately named Lucille, we’re getting more hints Daryl Dixon might actually be the one to die.
A TWD fan named Samuel Quentin has confirmed from several sources that the Season 6 finale will include (and probably end on) a tune from singer Maya Lavelle, optimistically called “This Ain’t the End.”
The folks over at Uproxx analyzed the song’s lyrics and, unfortunately, it’s not difficult to make the argument that the words suggest Daryl’s certain death.
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Those who think Daryl’s a goner believe Emily Kinney, who was reportedly spotted on set during filming of the finale, will make a reappearance as Beth Greene and possibly do a cover of this song.
Beth, who died in Season 5, could appear as a vision to Daryl and welcome him to join her in heaven. Lyrics like “I’m in the garden, drinking bourbon” suggest the pair might be reunited in the afterlife.
Uh, how heartbreaking would that be?
And let’s not forget even Steven Yeun himself strongly suggested the Glenn death storyline from the comics could very well be remixed on the small screen.
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Still, those who think Glenn might get exactly what came to him in the comics also have support from the song’s lyrics.
Instead of Beth, Maggie Greene could be singing lyrics like “We are family” and “Our legacy will never die” to her now-deceased husband, clearly referencing their unborn child.
Place your bets now, kiddos, because someone’s going to bite dust in two weeks!
The Walking Dead Season 6 airs Sunday nights at 9 p.m. ET on AMC.
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