AMC's latest Q&A feature is with Melissa McBride, who plays Carol on The Walking Dead. There was definitely some confusion about what happened to her character after watching episode five, and we got our answers last night. Continue reading to learn about her relationship with Norman Reedus off-camera, what she does on her time off, and her favorite moment of this season:

Via AMC: "Q: The chemistry between Carol and Daryl is pretty evident now. How do you and Norman Reedus get along off-camera?

A: I love my scenes with Norman. He is such a fun guy to be around and he throws in some great stuff. He's always unpredictable and organic. It really is something that's evolved. We had a great sit down in Season 2, and we were talking about our own lives. He gets me and I get him and I feel like Carol and Daryl are sort of the same way.

Q: You spent a couple episodes this season presumed dead. What did you do with your time off from the set?

A: I actually like to go to the set and hang out and watch everybody. When you're acting in a scene, you're focused on doing the scene. You can't break character and go, "Oh my God, I love what you're doing"! But these are such great actors and I love to go see them perform. I was there when Rick broke down. They did it many times, and it was so beautiful every time and a little different. I was there when Sarah had the baby and Maggie delivered it and Carl put her down. It's wonderful to watch and makes me proud. It inspires me to see these incredible performances.

Q: What have been some of your favorite moments for Carol this season?

A: I love the scene where Daryl finds Carol, in the cell. It was funny we were joking about making sure that he would be able to pick me up, and I told him that I lost four pounds just so he could pick me up. He was like, "What are you saying?" I was like, "Nothing, Carol is supposed to be dehydrated and tired!"

**Here's an excerpt from a recent interview we conducted with Norman Reedus, where he talks about working with Melissa McBride:

Daryl and Carol’s relationship grew over the course of Season 2. Is that relationship stronger by the start of Season 3? What has your experience been like working so much with Melissa McBride?

Norman Reedus: I think all of the relationships between characters are stronger at this point. Daryl and Carol have a lot of similarities, not just because they are more country than the other characters, but because of the abuse. They have more history than other characters and I’ve been fortunate to do a lot of scenes with Melissa. She’s such a good actress and one of the strongest actresses I’ve ever worked with. She says a lot with her face and I really like those subtleties. They say volumes and she’s really good at playing those little beats. I got lucky because she makes you look so good when you work with her.


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Source: AMC