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Gif source:  T-Dog

Imagine going to tell T-Dog that you’re pregnant only to find out that he was killed by walkers.

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“No, no,” you gasp in almost a chanting manner, as if if you say it enough it won’t be true. Your knees give out for a moment, calling you to nearly fall to your knees as you take the news of T-Dog’s death hard.

Rick kneels by you, placing a hand on your back as he rubs, looking with both worry and pity at you, “I’m sorry.”

Your tears fall and are soaked up by the dirt outside the prison as you sob, “I’m pregnant, Rick! He was all I have, but now—!” You can’t continue, breaking off as your throat closes in another sob.

“Hey, hey,” Rick soothes, promising, “we’re gonna’ take care of you and the baby. You’re family.”

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Theodore ’T-Dog’ Douglas in Every Episode» Tell it to The Frogs
I stopped long enough to chain that door. Staircase is narrow. Maybe half a dozen geeks can squeeze against it At any one time. It’s not enough to break through that Not that chain, not that padlock. My point Dixon’s alive And he’s still up there, handcuffed on that roof. That’s on us.

OKAY BUT WHAT IF THE VERY LAST EPISODE OF THE WALKING DEAD IS RICK WAKING UP IN THE HOSPITAL WITH CARL AND SHANE AND LORI ALL SITTING NEXT TO THE BED AND HIS HEART MONITOR IS STILL WORKING AND THE CLOCK IS TICKING AND ALL THE LIGHTS ARE WORKING AND MERLE AND DARYL ARE IN THE HOSPITAL BECAUSE MERLE IS A DAMN IDIOT AND GOT HIMSELF HURT AND GLENN'S DELIVERING A PIZZA TO SOMEONE DOWN THE HALL AND AND AND CAROL IS IN THE HOSPITAL WITH SOPHIA BY HER BED BECAUSE ED WENT MUCH TOO FAR AND RICK JUST SEES ALL OF THESE PEOPLE AROUND AFTER HE LEAVES THE HOSPITAL AND TRIES TALKING TO THEM BUT THEY ALL HAVE NO IDEA WHO HE IS AND JUST THINK HE'S CRAZY OH MY GOD SOMEONE STOP THESE THOUGHTS

Missing Pages - Schwoozie - Chapter Nine - The Deluge - The Walking Dead (TV) [Archive of Our Own]

Chapters: 9/?
Fandom: The Walking Dead (TV)
Rating: Explicit
Warnings: Creator Chose Not To Use Archive Warnings
Relationships: Daryl Dixon/Beth Greene
Characters: Daryl Dixon, Beth Greene, Maggie Greene, Hershel Greene, Glenn Rhee, Lori Grimes, Carl Grimes, Shane Walsh, Carol Peletier, Andrea (Walking Dead), Patricia (Walking Dead: Greene Farm), Jimmy (Walking Dead: Greene Farm), Theodore “T-Dog” Douglas, Rick Grimes
Additional Tags: The Greene Farm, Alternate Universe - Canon Divergence, Season/Series 02, Sexual Frustration, Awkward Conversations, Late at Night, Older Man/Younger Woman, Grief/Mourning, Introspection, Implied/Referenced Self-Harm, Self Confidence Issues, Masturbation, Developing Relationship, Sexual Tension, Injury, First Aid
Summary:

After the barn and the tragedies that follow, Beth needs masturbation—her nightly ritual of stress relief—more than ever. But when Hershel invites Rick’s group out of their campsite and into the house, Beth finds herself lacking the privacy she needs to take care of herself. Stressed, smothered, and tired as hell, Beth is close to her breaking point—close, that is, until the only group member to maintain a space of his own offers Beth his tent as a solution.

Despite the very real danger stalking the farm, being alone in Daryl’s tent so far from the house doesn’t worry Beth at all. He’s looking out for her, see. No matter what, she knows he’ll keep her safe.

This, of course, could be the start of a new problem for both of them.

Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln), Lori Grimes (Sarah Wayne Callies), Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs), Sophia Peletier (Madison Lintz), Carol Peletier (Melissa McBride), Theodore “T-Dog” Douglas (IronE Singleton), Glenn Rhee (Steven Yeun), Andrea (Laurie Holden), Dale Horvath (Jeffrey DeMunn), Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) e Shane Walsh (Jon Bernthal).

Shane Walsh (Jon Bernthal), Andrea (Laurie Holden), Carol Peletier (Melissa McBride), Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus), Sophia Peletier (Madison Lintz), Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln), Lori Grimes (Sarah Wayne Callies), Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs), Glenn Rhee (Steven Yeun), Theodore “T-Dog” Douglas (IronE Singleton) e Dale Horvath (Jeffrey DeMunn).

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“She still hasn’t said it back yet, has she?” Carol asked, Rick.  He was leaning against her kitchen counter, eating a cookie that she had recently placed on a platter to cool.  His chewing slowed at that, and he swallowed heavily, glancing away.

“No.  But that’s not–”

“I don’t understand,” Carol interrupted.  “You two are living together.”

“We’re not–I just stay over.  A lot.”

“And you said it to her?” Carol asked.

“A month ago, yeah.”

“Have you said it again since then?”

Rick’s brow furrowed.  Not because he was thinking, but because he didn’t want to tell her the truth. “Maybe once or twice.  It’s no big deal.”

“Oh, Rick,” Carol said with a sigh, putting in her next batch.  “Honey, you can lie to yourself, but not me.  I know you, remember?  You walk around with your heart on your sleeve for anyone to jab at,” she said, poking him playfully above his heart.  “You shouldn’t have said it at all.”

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I think my favorite part of Melissa’s quotes is this line right here:

For those losses, for those people that sacrificed themselves, she’s doing it for them.

It reminds me of her mentioning how she still thinks about T-Dog’s sacrifice to keep her alive in the tombs. I just love her love for her family, and I LOVE her love for T-Dog. Their relationship, we didn’t see a whole lot of interaction between them on screen, but I like to think they were close and bonded over that winter on the road. T-Dog was such a good man. I miss him so much. I miss his goodness.