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Ah, love in the apocalypse. Be it supercouple Maggie and Glenn or the ongoing bromance between Rick and Daryl, even those whose lives are spent mostly trying to avoid becoming zombie chow take time out to get all romantic once in a while. In honor of The Walking Dead’s midseason return on Valentine’s Day, here’s a look back at the sweetest, most romantic moments that have unfolded in five and a half seasons of life among the walkers. The Walking Dead returns Sunday, Feb. 14 at 9 p.m. on AMC
Warning: This recap for the “Always Accountable” episode of The Walking Dead contains spoilers. The Herd Daryl on his motorcycle and Sasha and Abraham in their hoopty car are leading the herd (that portion of it that didn’t follow Rick, anyway) away from Alexandria, and the trip seems to be moving along uneventfully until shots are fired at the bike and the car. Related: Take a Bite Out of Our ‘Walking Dead’ Recaps Daryl’s knocked off his bike, but manages to get back on and drive away, with a car following him, and its passengers continuing to shoot at him. They shoot those dudes to death, and Daryl continues his getaway, driving through a pack of walkers and into a forest, where he hides until the car following him drives on by.
Warning: Spoilers ahead for the “Now” episode of The Walking Dead. He’s responsible for bringing Rick and his group into Alexandria, but while viewers may be able to see the big picture – i.e. how the townsfolk wouldn’t have even had a chance of surviving the quarry walkers and the Wolves without the savvy and skills of the Ricktatorship – Aaron’s friends and neighbors still aren’t totally sold on the Rick way of life in the new world. That’s just adding to the guilt that recruiter Aaron feels about his role in the town’s recent tragedies (see: quarry walkers and Wolves), and it’s at least part of what sent him off on a Glenn-finding mission with Maggie in “Now.” Aaron’s portrayer, Ross Marquand, talked to Yahoo TV about Aaron’s heartbreak over the Wolves finding those pictures, Maggie’s major revelation to him in “Now,” and whether or not he regrets bringing Rick and the others into the Alexandria community.