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  Beth Greene
Season four beth greene (2)
Actor Emily Kinney
Gender Female
Hair Blonde
Age 16 (Season 2)
18 (Season 4)
Occupation High School Student/Farm Hand
Family Hershel Greene - Father (Deceased)
Annette Greene - Mother (Deceased)
Maggie Greene - Half-Sister
Shawn Greene - Half-Brother (Deceased)
Arnold Greene - Cousin (Deceased)
Glenn Rhee - Half-Brother-In-Law
Jimmy - Ex-Boyfriend (Deceased)
Zach - Ex-Boyfriend (Deceased)
First Appearance "Bloodletting"
Status Unknown
Series lifespan "Bloodletting" to Present
Ethnicity Irish-American
Beth Greene Gallery
Emily Kinney Gallery
"It's beautiful... Whoever did this, cared. They wanted these people to get a funeral. They remember these things were people... Before all this. They didn't let it change them in the end. Don't you think that's beautiful?"
—Beth to Daryl about bodies of dead people.[src]

Beth Greene is one of the main protagonists and survivor of the outbreak in AMC's The Walking Dead. She is the youngest daughter of Hershel and Annette and the half-sister of Maggie and Shawn Greene. She was in a relationship with Jimmy, another survivor of the apocalypse. After his death, she later began a relationship with Zach in Season 4. She later formed a close bond with fellow survivor Daryl Dixon.

OverviewEdit

Beth was a shy, soft-spoken 16-year old girl who lived a normal life with her family. She lived on her father's farm and attended the local high school. She was a vegetarian and went to church regularly and strongly believes in her faith. As a result of her father's heavy drinking, she never drank alcohol. Her first appearance was in Season 2 and as the season developed so did she. As the apocalypse started, Beth had been sheltered from the chaos surrounding her. At first, Beth is rather timid, pessimistic, and keeps her emotions to herself, but after being forced to see her mother's death and horrific reanimation, Beth finally breaks down and a different part of her is shown. She tells her sister, Maggie, that she wants to commit suicide. However, after a minor attempt she has a change of heart and decides to live. With the support from her father and sister, Beth regains her will to live and since then, becomes even more assertive, even after the death of her boyfriend and Patricia.

By the third season, Beth has grown more self-assured and goes on to become a more important and vocal member of the group. Beth is a source of optimism and hope for the group, often singing to help boost morale. She is much more hopeful and optimistic and sees the positive side rather than the negative side in a hopeless situation. After the death of Lori, Beth becomes a caretaker for Judith, taking on a more motherly role.

By the fourth season, Beth is emotionally stronger, trying many different ways to deal with the loss of hope that grows everyday, realizing that things may someday take a turn for the worse. After dating Zach, she became emotionally distant, preparing herself so that when someone she loved dies, she won't shut down emotionally like she used to in the past. After Zach's death, she spent her time dealing with the new crisis surrounding the prison. Beth kept hope alive, while struggling with herself not to break down emotionally. After her father's death, Beth was distraught but grew stronger and found new strength in herself. Beth became more independent and more skillful at killing walkers. After spending time together with Daryl after the prison assault, Beth's faith becomes stronger, and she believes there is still hope and good people somewhere, even in this cruel world. Ultimately she was kidnapped after being separated from Daryl during a walker attack on the house they were staying in. Her whereabouts are currently unknown.

Pre-ApocalypseEdit

Greene Family FarmEdit

After Hershel married Annette, and she moved into Hershel's Farm, she gave birth to Beth. Beth has lived her entire life on the farm. Beth never went out on vacation outside her country. As Beth grew older, Hershel still has his habit of drinking alcohol, but strictly forbid her for ever drinking one. Hershel also raised her to do good things in life, and to believe in god and faith. Hershel always protected Beth from the harsh reality from the outside world and not to follow the bad things he had done in his past live, such as going to jail or drinking alcohol. Her family raised her to have good manners and behavior, and are usually overprotective of her. Unlike Maggie, Beth was oblivious to the outside world and she see things in a different perspective and that she believe there's goodness and hope in everything, even in the most desperate situation. She also used to sing and play piano in front of people when she was little.

She attended high school, along with Jimmy, and began a casual relationship with him at some point. As the apocalypse broke out, Hershel barricaded his family, Jimmy, Otis, and Patricia within the farm. She was devastated by her mother and brother's deaths. She was often protected by Jimmy.

Post-ApocalypseEdit

Season 2Edit

"Bloodletting"Edit

Beth is first seen coming out of the house with her boyfriend Jimmy to see who's approaching the house. When Rick explained his son Carl had been shot by Otis, Beth holds Jimmy's hand and approaches him. Hershel leads Rick inside the house to treat Carl and Beth helps by gathering some towels for Carl and putting them on the bed. Afterwards she can be seen with her boyfriend Jimmy while Otis goes to his wife.

"Save the Last One"Edit

Beth does not appear in this episode.

"Cherokee Rose"Edit

Beth is first seen gathering some rocks for Otis's funeral. She stands outside with everyone else when both groups greet each other. She and the others attend the funeral where everyone piles up the rocks in memory of his contributions to the group and, more specifically, Carl's survival. She stands next to her sister and Patricia quietly.

"Chupacabra"Edit

Beth approaches Rick to let him know that her dad wants to see him. Afterward, she helps Lori, Carol and Patricia prepare for dinner. She runs outside along with everyone else when they hear Andrea shoot Daryl. Beth and everyone else eat their meal and she ends up sitting at the "kids" table with Jimmy, Maggie and Glenn. She cleans the table and does the dishes after everyone has finished eating.

"Secrets"Edit

Beth and Patricia approach Rick and Shane, announcing they would like to take part in gun training. Rick says he first has to ask Hershel and, with his approval, he takes Beth, Patricia, and others to the shooting range. Beth watches the others learn how to shoot.

"Pretty Much Dead Already"Edit

Beth is not seen until the end of the episode, when she is playing checkers with Carl and Patricia. She witnesses Shane handing out guns to his group and notices her father, Jimmy, Rick, and two walkers; Louise Bush and Doug. She runs towards the barn with the others and watches as Rick's group shoots the walkers that were kept in the barn, including her mother and half-brother. She and Jimmy hold each other and watch as all their zombified friends and family are shot.

"Nebraska"Edit

After seeing her mother Annette and half-brother Shawn get shot, Beth becomes hysterical. She hovers over her mother's corpse, unaware that she is still undead. She turns the body over and is subsequently attacked by the zombified corpse of her mother. The group manages to pull her away before she is bit. Hershel comforts her as their family walks back to the house, with Shane throwing his accusations at them along the way. She then attends the funeral for her mother, brother, and Sophia. Later, she is seen washing dishes and suddenly collapses to the kitchen floor. Maggie, Patricia and the others then lay Beth on a bed in the guest bedroom thinking she might be in shock of what she had seen earlier that day. Rick and Glenn then travel into town and accompany Hershel and tell him about Beth.

"Triggerfinger"Edit

In the farm house, Beth is still in a state of shock, not being able to react to anything. Maggie tells Andrea a story about Beth finding her birth control pills, and how she lied to their father to keep her out of trouble. After Hershel returned from Patton's Bar, he gave Beth a sedative to keep her body from working too much. Maggie angrily told Hershel that she doesn't know what to do to Beth when he was gone.

"18 Miles Out"Edit

Beth is the center of a dispute between Lori, Maggie, and Andrea. After she woke up from her coma, she was given a plate of food by Lori. After a while, Lori checked on Beth and found her crying. "It's just so pointless" said Beth. Lori comforts her, saying that she has to be strong as there are people that care about her. When Lori was washing up Beth's plate, she found out that the knife was missing. It is revealed that Beth wants to commit suicide, having lost hope in the world. Maggie scolds Beth for making such a cowardly decision. Beth tried to make her sister commit suicide together with her, much to Maggie's dismay. While the sisters are fighting, Andrea argues with Lori about Beth and wants Beth to have the freedom to make her own choice, while Lori and Maggie try to prevent the suicide from happening. After being given the opportunity by Andrea, Beth attempts to kill herself with a broken shard of glass from the bathroom mirror. She realizes how painful it is and ultimately decides it was a mistake. Lori and Maggie and her father help her after they find her. Beth also finds out about Lori's pregnancy in this episode, and that Maggie had sex with Glenn, something that Beth was afraid for Maggie when she was younger.

"Judge, Jury, Executioner"Edit

In the farmhouse, Glenn finds Hershel checking up on Beth. Glenn asks how Beth is feeling and Hershel states that she is doing much better, Hershel then leaves Beth to have a conversation with Glenn.

"Better Angels"Edit

Having made a full recovery, Beth attends Dale's funeral, and is later seen moving some of the Atlanta group's things into the house. She is then later seen fixing up and barricading the farmhouse for the group to move into. She is with the group when they discover that Randall is missing and retreats to the farmhouse for safety.

"Beside the Dying Fire"Edit

Beth is waiting in the farmhouse for Rick and Shane to get back. Once they notice walkers coming toward the house, Beth, Patricia, Lori, and Carol opt to stay in the house for safety. Beth is the first to notice the barn ablaze and alerts the others about it. Lori, knowing they have to leave, flees the house with Beth and the other girls. However, while Beth is running with Patricia, a walker manages to grab the older woman. Patricia is killed by a group of walkers, whilst holding Beth's hand. Finally realizing Patricia's life is lost, Lori pulls Beth away, and they get into Otis's truck with T-Dog. Later, the survivors, with the exception of Andrea, regroup on the highway where the Atlanta survivors left supplies for Sophia. Beth told the others about Patricia's fate and she is devastated when she discovers Jimmy did not make it off the farm alive. When Rick discuss about their next plan on the highway, Beth stated her worries about walkers or a hostile group who may come and give them troubles. She was shocked to learn that the virus resides in everyone of them and that they will immediately turn into a walker after they died. That night, she camps out with the group just off the side of the highway with The Prison in view behind them.

Season 3Edit

"Seed"Edit

Beth is first shown scavenging an abandon house for supplies after the house has been cleared from walkers. Carl was going to share the dog food he found with Beth and the others, but Rick threw it away. Later she is guarding the group while they figure out what to do next. When they find the prison, Beth helps clear out the prison yard by killing many of the walkers. That night, they camp right outside the prison. Beth told Lori that this place is great for having the baby because it's secured. Then Hershel asks Beth to sing "The Parting Glass". At first, she is shy about singing the song as there are lots of people, but Glenn asked "Why not?" and Beth started singing. Maggie assists her sister while singing once they are halfway through the song. The next day, Beth is seen helping the group kill walkers by the fence with Carl, Lori, Hershel and Carol. After Rick and the others cleared out a cell block, Rick called the others to come over. They finally enter the prison and choose a cell to sleep in for the night. It is shown that Carl may have a small crush on Beth as he is planning to share a room with Beth, but Hershel arrived and Carl left the room. Later, Beth stays behind with Carol, Lori, and Carl while the others go and search for the cafeteria.

"Sick"Edit

As the group brings the wounded Hershel into the cell block, Beth immediately becomes distressed at the mere sight of her unconscious father. She is seen multiple times at Hershel's side throughout the episode. She also cut her father's pants on the right side so that he could move easier. She hoped that her father survives the amputation and yelled at Maggie for being so pessimistic. When Carl told his mother to "get off his back," Beth scolded him, saying that he should not talk that way to his own mother so Carl walks away. After that, she watches over her father and at one point begins screaming hysterically for help when he stops breathing, summoning Lori who comes in and does CPR on Hershel, successfully resuscitating him.  After Hershel woke up the second time, she and Maggie hold each other while crying and finally things calmed down.

"Walk With Me"Edit

Beth does not appear in this episode.

"Killer Within"Edit

In this episode, Beth is first seen smiling at Carl as she walks with Lori to Hershel's cell. She helped her father get up from bed with his new crutches. After that, she escorted Hershel into the prison yard with the others. As the group looked at each other happily, walkers invade the prison yard. Beth immediately ran to the upper level of the prison and locked herself there with Hershel. She stayed there with Hershel for the entire episode. When Rick, Daryl, Glenn, Axel, and Oscar arrived in the prison yard, Beth and Hershel told them about the directions the others had ran. At the end of the episode, Beth and Hershel got out of the cage and the group found out that Lori had died giving birth.

"Say the Word"Edit

Beth is first seen looking at Carl and the baby. Once Daryl, Maggie, and Glenn decided to look for supplies for the baby, Daryl asked Beth to keep an eye on Carl. Beth, along with Hershel, console a grief-stricken Carl over the death of Lori. Beth waited inside the prison for Maggie and Daryl to return from their errand while she continues to watch over Carl. When Daryl and Maggie arrived with supplies for the baby, Beth helps get the bottle ready when they get back, and then gives it to Daryl. When Carl says all the possible names for the baby girl, Beth listens in grief along with the others. Daryl then suggest the name "Little Ass-Kicker" and the group laughed.

"Hounded"Edit

Beth is mostly seen by her father's side and along with the rest of the group. When Rick appears in cafeteria for the first time since Lori's death, Beth can be seen holding the baby and sitting with the others. Beth appears when Rick returns to the group for a second time. Beth is busy heating up more formula for the baby while Rick holds her for the first time. Then, Beth, Rick, Carl, Hershel, and the baby are then seen walking out into the prison yard while Rick walks down and sees a mysterious woman holding a basket full of baby formula and ignores her.

"When the Dead Come Knocking"Edit

Beth, Carl, Hershel, and Rick quickly carry Michonne into the prison and Rick asks Beth to get water and a towel for Michonne. Beth was also happy when Carol got up from her bed. Beth then proceed to hand Judith over to Carol. When she found out that her sister was kidnapped, Beth becomes even more assertive. When the group bickers over whether or not to rescue Glenn and Maggie, she asks why they are even considering this, Maggie is her sister. Then, when the group was planning a rescue mission to recover them, she volunteered to accompany the group. She opens the gate into the prison courtyard and Michonne asked her if the group really takes over the prison which was overrun with walkers, with just the few of them. Beth said there were others. She ultimately stayed behind at the prison with Axel, Carl, Carol, Hershel, and Judith.

"Made to Suffer"Edit

Beth appears mostly by her father's side. In the prison cell, she is seen holding Judith as Axel tries to flirt with her before being called out and reprimanded by Carol. Later when Beth is reloading guns, she, Carl, and Hershel hear the screams of Donna, Carl goes and finds out where the screams came from. Beth and Hershel wait at the cell block for him to return and when he does, he locks up the unexpected group in the common room. Beth suggested to Carl that they should help the new group, and he replied that he did.

"The Suicide King"Edit

Beth is seen holding Judith in the common room, while Hershel attends Allen's wound. Sasha believes that Judith is Beth's baby, but Beth informs her that Judith isn't hers. Beth and Axel take shovels to Tyreese's group when they go to bury Donna. Later, when Rick and the other group members arrive at The Prison, Beth runs up and kisses Rick on the cheek for saving Maggie's life. She then hold hands with Maggie as they walk to the prison. After that, she gives Judith to Rick, and stated that she has Lori's eyes. Rick feels uneasy hearing the statement and feels headache as Judith's cries echo through the room and fill it with disturbance around his mind.

Later on, Beth is walking with Judith and she comes up to Carol. Carol says that Judith reminds her of Sophia when she was still a baby. Beth told her that she always wanted a child. They bond with each other while doing laundry. They also discuss the situation with Daryl, and Beth states that she is angered at Daryl for abandoning the group, also states that Merle sounds "like a jerk." Later that evening, Beth is concerned about Judith's safety as she is worried about The Governor retaliating. She and the others are present when Rick decides the fate of Tyreese's group. When Rick is screaming furiously, Beth held Judith tightly and hid behind Maggie and Carl. She and the others worry about the current state of Rick's mind.

"Home"Edit

Beth is shown talking with the group in the beginning. She believes that Woodbury won't attack because they had been scared off. After Glenn and Carl announced that the boiler room is infested with walkers, Beth and the others argues about the safety of the prison. Later on, Beth is seen holding Judith. Beth asked Maggie to hold Judith for a while as she wanted to make Hershel something to eat. She sits down with Maggie and gives the baby to her. Beth instructs Maggie how to take care of Judith properly and held Maggie's hand. They smiled and Beth proceeds to make food for her father. At the end of the episode, she is shown walking with Carl when The Governor attacks. Carl quickly protects her by leading her to a table for cover, where she hides behind Carl. While the Woodbury soldiers reload, she and Carl run behind a wall for cover. Maggie runs to hand her and Carl guns. Carol then runs to them and Beth hands a gun to her. After The Governor's forces leave and zombies invade their field, Beth, Carl, Maggie and Carol run to the gate and open it for Hershel, Glenn, and Michonne. Beth and Maggie were relieved when Hershel made it out alive and the group glanced with distraught at the prison field, now overrun by walkers.

"I Ain't a Judas"Edit

Beth is seen along with the rest of the group when they discuss the Woodbury situation. Beth stops Maggie when she lashes out at Merle, wanting the group to come to a decision rather than assigning blame. When Andrea arrives at the prison Beth is seen along with the others running out to protect the prison then Beth is not present until near the end of the episode when Andrea leaves the group, as she is taking care of Judith or possibly keeping watch. Beth is seen with a gun protecting the prison along with the others. Later that night, Beth sings the Tom Waits song, "Hold On", by the candlelight while the rest of the group listens on.

"Clear"Edit

Beth does not appear in this episode.

"Arrow on the Doorpost"Edit

Beth stayed at the prison as she is waiting for Rick, Daryl, and Hershel to come back from their negotiation with The Governor. She is later seen helping put extra ammo around the prison. When Glenn and Merle are fighting, Beth shoots into the air to stop the fight between Merle and Glenn and glare at them without saying anything. She is later seen listening to Rick's briefing about the meeting between him and The Governor.

"Prey"Edit

Beth does not appear in this episode.

"This Sorrowful Life"Edit

Beth is seen setting up booby traps in the prison yard for when Woodbury attacks. She uses a car to load and carry traps around the yard. She is later seen praying with Hershel and Maggie. When Hershel stopped praying, she asked her father if he's okay and he replied that he would do anything to keep her and Maggie safe. She is seen at the end of the episode listening to Rick's speech about how they are all equal.

"Welcome to the Tombs"Edit

Beth was seen at the beginning of the episode loading clothes and other belongings into a car for the prison survivors to leave. She and Carl load a bag into the back of the car garage hastily, and she gave him a confused look as to why he's throwing a tantrum. Later, during the attack, she was with Hershel and Carl in a forest close by the prison. Together, they hid and waited. She was protected by Hershel and Carl when a Woodbury soldier came across them and was shot by Carl. When the coast was clear, Beth walked into the prison with Judith in her arms. She lets Rick kiss Judith on the forehead and then walks away. When Rick, Michonne and Daryl leave for Woodbury Beth kills two walkers as she Carol and Glenn shut the gate behind Rick's party. Later, at the end of the episode she is with the prison survivors and the new Woodbury prison members. Beth along with the others, all walk into the prison. She welcomes the newly arrived groups of elders and children from Woodbury into the prison.

Season 4Edit

"30 Days Without An Accident"Edit

Beth was first seen talking to Zach, her new boyfriend. He said he was going on a run with the others and kissed Beth. She said "Okay" as if she didn't care. When he asked if she's going to say goodbye, she said no. Later on in the episode, Zach gets bitten and dies. Glenn tells Maggie that Daryl is going to tell Beth the news. Daryl found Beth writing something on her notebook. To his surprise, when he told Beth that Zach had died, she didn't seem upset. Beth stated she doesn't cry anymore and she's grown up. She says she was glad to have spent the time that she had with him and asked why Daryl was upset. He said he's tired of losing people as Beth looks at a sign that says 'This workplace has gone 30 days without an accident' (a reference to the episodes name). Beth takes the 3 off and it said 0 days. Beth hugged Daryl and said she hated saying goodbye. He agreed.

"Infected"Edit

Beth is first seen in the morning picking up Judith from Rick after she woke up from her sleep for morning walk. After the walker threat from cell block D had been subdued, Beth is seen caring for Judith while treating Michonne's injured foot. She tapes up Michonne's injured foot, and comforts her about her injury. Beth talked about people dying and Judith then begins crying, so Beth cradles her and sings her a song. Judith then throws up on Beth, and Beth asks of Michonne to hold her while she changes her clothes. Michonne reluctantly agrees. When Beth returns, she sees a teary Michonne hugging Judith, so she leaves her in peace.

"Isolation"Edit

Beth is first seen talking with Maggie in an isolated room. She confides Maggie that they all have jobs to do and that they shouldn't be giving up on a desperate situation. She believes that things will get better if they all work hard. Later on, she informs Maggie that Hershel had left to get medical supplies. Beth tells Maggie that they don't get to get upset, while holding back her tears.

"Indifference"Edit

Beth does not appear in this episode.

"Internment"Edit

Beth does not appear in this episode but was mentioned by Hershel and Maggie where the former had asked if Beth was okay where Maggie responded that she was fine. She is later mentioned by Rick and Carl that she is with Judith, in another block away from the chaos surrounding the prison.

"Live Bait"Edit

Beth does not appear in this episode.

"Dead Weight"Edit

Beth does not appear in this episode.

"Too Far Gone"Edit

Beth appears outside of the prison with the group when the tank blows up the watchtower. She witnesses her father being pulled out of the truck at The Governor's orders by Alisha and she and Maggie hold hands, hoping that their father's life is spared. She along with the group witness Rick reasoning with The Governor. Beth is handed a gun by Daryl to fight to keep the prison safe, and when she witnesses The Governor slicing into Hershel's neck, she and Maggie start tearfully shooting through the fence at The Governor's army, crying over the loss of their father. Both Beth and Maggie relentlessly fight against The Governor's forces until they are forced to retreat. As the battle ensues, both Beth and Maggie make their way to the bus to evacuate the Prison. Maggie leaves Beth to find Glenn telling her that "We all have jobs to do" and that her job is to get the survivors in the bus. This line mirrors what Beth said to Maggie in the episode "Isolation". When Maggie returns with Glenn to the bus, she is told by Jeanette that Beth had left to get Judith. However, Beth returns without Judith, as she could not find her and instead finds Daryl. Daryl tells Beth that they have to go, so they leave the prison into the unknown.

"After"Edit

Beth does not appear in this episode.

"Inmates"Edit

Beth is first seen narrating the episode. She is writing in her old journal which she found in her backpack while traveling after the farm was destroyed, as she and Daryl are running in the woods and killing walkers. She said that keeping hope alive is crucial in this world. She tries to kill a walker but her gun has no bullets, so Daryl shoots it in the head with his arrow. The two quickly escape. Her and Daryl escape the walkers and run in a field and then fall from exhaustion. She and Daryl later set up a small camp in the woods, with pieces of paper from Beth's notebook. Beth tells Daryl they should do something and look for the others. She sees that Daryl has shut down, and Beth gets up and heads off to search for Maggie, Glenn, or any of the other members of the group after Daryl silently refuses to make an effort to look for them.

The following morning, the two walk by a log where two bunnies are seen decapitated (from Lizzie the night before.) Beth tells Daryl he needs to keep hope alive, and he replies "Hope didn't do shit for your father." She looks at him angered. She finds berries on a tree and tells Daryl the others will be hungry when they find each other. Daryl hands Beth his bandanna and she puts the berries in it for safe keeping. While traveling in search for the others, a walker attacks Beth, but Daryl pulls it away. The walker then falls onto Daryl and Beth stabs it in the head. Together, the two head down the train tracks seen throughout the episode. They see a pile of bodies of people from the prison. Beth finally breaks down. She cries after she realizes how traumatizing the world is. Daryl turns around to tell her to move along, but she stays there, crying. Daryl doesn't comfort her. Later that night, Beth and Daryl set up a small camp and she told herself to believe for her father and everyone else that no one in her group will ever die again.

"Claimed"Edit

Beth does not appear in this episode.

"Still"Edit

Beth and Daryl come across a destroyed car along the side of the road and she tries to hotwire it. Walkers are heard coming from the trees and both of them hide inside the car trunk, waiting for the walkers to pass. The next morning they get out, scavenge the car for anything useful and leave. Later, Beth set up a small camp and start a fire with things that she found while scavenging the car they were hiding in. She also collect some bugs and put them inside a jar, and looked horrified when Daryl skinned a rattlesnake he found. While they both eat the rattlesnake that Daryl skinned, Beth says that she wants a drink. Daryl throws her a water bottle, but she clarifies that she wants some alcohol (due to her father not allowing it). She goes off to find some but encounters several walkers. She distracts them by throwing a stone and luring them away but before she could manage to continue, Daryl finds her and brings her back to camp. Furious, Beth flips out, stating that she wanted something to do rather than just sitting around in their camp, and will find some alcohol, whether Daryl helps her or not. They make their way to a country club, but the front door is locked and walkers are chasing after them. They break in through the back entrance and find walkers, hanging by their necks from the ceiling, having committed mass suicide while still alive. In the kitchen, Daryl looks for supplies while Beth goes to find some alcohol. Eventually she finds a bottle, but is forced to destroy it when a walker pins her to the wall, making the bottle as a makeshift weapon. Daryl watches Beth kill the walker, and Beth sarcastically thanks him for his help. In one part of the club is a clothing store, and Beth takes a fresh change of clothes. Beth and Daryl find a dead woman staged as a mannequin with the sign "Rich Bitch" hanging from her neck. Beth asked Daryl to help her put the woman to rest in peace, and after being persuaded, Daryl finally help Beth by covering the woman with a blanket. Suddenly, the grandfather clock they encountered earlier rings and the two run towards a dead end while being chased by walkers. Daryl ferociously clubs the walkers to death with a golf club while Beth hid behind him, and he accidentally splashes walker blood on Beth's new shirt. The two later find the bar as well as a bottle of Peach Schnapps. Beth asks if it tastes good, but Daryl said no. He breaks a picture frame containing a map and plays with a dart sign while Beth looks for a glass. She cries and Daryl smashes the bottle, saying that it won't do for a first drink.

Daryl leads Beth to a shack he found with Michonne and brings out some moonshine. Beth hesitates due to the supposed effects of moonshine, but Daryl pours her a glass anyway. She drinks some, and is disgusted by the taste; nevertheless, she pours another for herself and one for Daryl. Later on, she teaches Daryl the drinking game 'I never'. Daryl asked Beth is she's ever played it before, but she said she's never played it, and only watched her friends playing the game. She tricks him into revealing several stories but accidentally angers him during her turn while saying she never went to jail. After taking a piss against the wall nonchalantly, Daryl goes berserk, starts yelling, and smashing jugs, attracting a walker outside. He sarcastically screamed at her that he never had a frozen yogurt, never had a pet pony, never had a present from Santa, never sung in front of a big group like it was a game, and never slit his wrist to gain attention, which makes Beth angry. He drags Beth outside and (due to her saying she never shot a crossbow before) begins to drunkenly teach her. After he haphazardly shoots several arrows at the walker, Beth stabs it in the head and the two have a fight. Beth yells at Daryl and told him not to just shrug off everything they have went through like it was nothing, and yells at him for thinking that she's just another dead girl. She told him that Daryl can feel emotions like her as well when Sophia and her mom came out of the barn. Daryl lashes out at her, saying she didn't feel a thing when two of her boyfriends died, and told her that she's naïve for thinking that they're going to see the others again. However, he eventually breaks down and cries, blaming himself for Hershel's death while Beth hugs him from behind. That night while the moonshine wears off, the two of them share stories about their past. Daryl tells Beth a story about his family and Merle, and said that he misses him. Beth admits that she envisioned a normal happy life for herself, Hershel, Maggie, Glenn and everyone else at the Prison. She also told Daryl how she misses Shawn, Annette, Hershel, and Maggie. She acknowledges that she doesn't have the skills necessary to survive and will probably be dead soon. Daryl tries to say otherwise, but Beth knows it to be true while he will most likely be "the last man standing", also advising him to be who he is right now, not who he was. She then suggests they both should burn the building down; Daryl goes inside, saying they need more booze. They empty all the jugs and light a wad of money Daryl found. As the cabin burns, they flip it off and leave into the night.

"Alone"Edit

Beth is first seen using Daryl's crossbow and practicing tracking skills. She said that she's getting good at hunting and tracking, and jokingly said that soon or later she won't need Daryl to protect her anymore. She finds a walker feasting, however, before she can kill the walker, she gets her foot caught in a trap, alerting the walker. Beth fires the crossbow, but it doesn't pierce the brain, and she is saved by Daryl. Daryl takes her via piggyback to a nearby graveyard, where Beth sees a grave with the inscription, "beloved father",reminding her of Hershel. Daryl picks up some wildflowers and places them on top of the grave. She then holds Daryl's hand and they continue to walk into the funeral home. At the funeral home, Beth and Daryl find a funeral parlor with walkers dressed up in suits and placed in coffins and on mortuary tables. Beth says it's a beautiful thing to do because the people who cared for the dead bodies still remembered that walkers were once people. Daryl and Beth check the kitchen and find that the shelves are stocked with foods which have no dust, and Daryl determines that someone else is using the funeral home for themselves. Beth believes that there are still good people who survived until now, and that they are leaving food for other survivors to take. At night, Beth is singing and playing a piano beside a coffin, and Daryl listened to her from behind, which startles her. Daryl then decides to sleep inside the coffin beside the piano, and tells Beth to keep singing and playing the piano. She seems amazed and comments that she thought he was annoyed by her singing. She then continues to sing and play the piano as a goodnight song for Daryl.

The next morning, Daryl carries Beth into the kitchen. Suddenly, they hear the cans tied to the porch rattle as if a walker has come up. Daryl opens the door and sees a one-eyed dog barking and wagging its tail. As Daryl reaches to pet it, it runs away. At night, Beth writes a thank you note for the people in the house. Daryl said she shouldn't because they should stay here a little longer. Beth asked why and thought that Daryl finally believes that there are still good people out there. She asked him why he changed his mind and is somewhat surprised when she realizes that she has had an impact on him afterall. They then hear more rattling and the dog barking outside. Daryl goes to the door and opens it believing that the dog wants in, only to have a herd of walkers attempt to barge in. Daryl instructs Beth to run outside and meet him on the road while he distract the walkers. But when Daryl finally makes it outside he sees Beth's bag on the ground with the contents scattered and a car speeding off. Beth is believed to have been kidnapped and her current whereabouts are unknown.

"The Grove"Edit

Beth does not appear in this episode.

"Us"Edit

Beth is referred to indirectly by Len, questioning as to whether Daryl is suffering because he lost "some tail".

"A"Edit

Beth appears in this episode through flashbacks from the beginning of Season 4, where she is seen holding Judith at the prison. Hershel is telling Rick that Beth will be taking care of Judith for the day and then Beth said good morning to Rick, reaches for Judith and walks away. In the present time, when Rick and Daryl talk the morning after the fight with the Marauders, Daryl mentions that he was with Beth for a while after the prison attack. Rick asks if she died and he states "She's just gone." Once again in another flashback, Beth is seen with Patrick, Carl and Judith. She is holding Judith and watching Patrick and Carl putting blocks and gun together. The final flashback of the episode is outside in the prison yard where Hershel, Beth, Judith, Rick, and Carl are digging holes for planting. Carl dropped his hat while digging and Rick puts his sheriff's hat on Beth and jokingly says that she's the new sheriff in town. He compliments her that it looks good on her and says he wants things to stay the way they are. 

Season 5Edit

Showrunner Scott Gimple has confirmed that Beth's fate will be revealed in Season 5. He has said that Beth's story is not yet over.

Killed VictimsEdit

This list shows the victims Beth has killed:

RelationshipsEdit

Hershel Greene

"I thought-- I hoped he'd just live the rest of his life in peace, you know? I thought Maggie and Glenn would have a baby. And he'd get to be a grandpa. And we'd have birthdays and holidays and summer picnics. And he'd get really old... And it 'd happen, but it'd be quiet... It'd be okay... He'd be surrounded by people he loved. That's how unbelievably stupid I am."
—Beth remembering Hershel.[src]

Beth is Hershel's youngest daughter. They have a normal, loving, father-daughter relationship. Hershel is protective of Beth as she is still considered a kid, at the age of 17. Hershel always kept Beth out of harm's way for as long as she can remember, even after the outbreak happened, and teaches her to always do good things in life. After Beth tried to commit suicide, Hershel was by her side watching and caring for her. Hershel calls Beth, "Bethy", and is proud of his daughter's singing skills.

When Hershel is bitten, amputated and taken back to the cells, Beth starts to cry in Lori's arms at the sight of her unconscious father in "Sick". Beth does not give up on Hershel and still believes he will be okay, Beth starts to make new pants for Hershel and Maggie asks why in which Beth moans at her for sounding as she has given up on their father. When Hershel regains consciousness, he and Beth are seen walking around together, Beth helping Hershel walk and cope with his new disability while Maggie is off with Glenn. Hershel always protects Beth despite his inability to walk normally, such as in episodes "Killer Within" and "Welcome to the Tombs". Sometimes, Hershel would also give medical advice regarding Judith to Beth and Carol. In season 4, Hershel and Beth had very little interaction due to the flu outbreak surrounding the prison, although when she and Maggie were struggling in the aftermath of the virus, Beth reminded her of Hershel's advice that they all had jobs to do. After Hershel was murdered before her eyes, Beth began to scream and cry, and opened fire on the Governor alongside Maggie. Maggie later calmed her by reminding her of Hershel's advice. After his death, she admit that she missed him and Beth promised herself to keep her father's teaching alive.

Annette Greene

"Mom would be ashamed, to learn she raised such a coward."
—Maggie to Beth about Beth trying to kill herself.[src]

Beth loved her mother and immediately hurried to her mother's (seemingly) dead body after the barnyard massacre and started crying. After her mother was put down she went into a deep state of shock. In a bout of hopelessness, she tried to kill herself. Maggie tried her best to stop Beth, by telling her that their mom would not want Beth to do this. Beth then realized that she wanted to live for the sake of Maggie and Hershel.

Maggie Greene

"Maggie, we don't get to be upset. We all got jobs to do, that's what daddy always says. Daryl and Michonne will get the meds, you and Carol and Rick will help everyone till they get back, and I'll take care of Judith. Just focus on what you have to do. No matter what happens, we'll deal with it... We have to."
—Beth to Maggie about not giving up.[src]

Maggie is Beth's older half-sister and she loves her dearly. When they were younger Beth often worried about Maggie when she went to college and did not want Maggie to start dating boys or having sex, one reason why she threw Maggie's birth control pills into their duck pond. When Beth wanted to commit suicide, Maggie told her that their mother would be ashamed if she were to know that she raised such a coward. Beth cared about her sister as she wanted Maggie to know the peacefulness of killing herself. Maggie is by her side when Beth changes her mind about killing herself.

Months later, in the prison, Beth is seen together with Maggie throughout the episode where Hershel is unconscious. Beth is hopeful when it comes to her father's situation, compared to Maggie who gives up hope for Hershel when he is unconscious. They are usually seen hugging and holding hands when together. Whenever Maggie is depressed, Beth, Hershel or Glenn are usually the ones who comforted her. Beth would go to great extent to keep her sister safe. This is seen in "When the Dead Come Knocking" when she immediately wants to go on a rescue mission to get Maggie and Glenn back from Woodbury. Despite having made a promise to Lori to take care of Judith, Beth ends up the one who takes care of Judith the most. By spending most of her time with Judith, Beth was able to teach Maggie a few tricks about nurturing Judith. Maggie always looks out for Beth and will always protect her, even if it means her death.

In Season 4, Beth is somewhat emotionally distant from everyone, including her family, but Beth attempts to keep Maggie stable during her tough time when The Flu out-broke. Beth and Maggie are both devastated when their father is killed by the Governor, and Maggie attempted to calm Beth down by reminding her of their father's words.

Shawn Greene

"I miss my big brother Shawn... He was so annoying and overprotective."
—Beth remembering Shawn.[src]

Beth and Shawn had a loving relationship. She cared for her brother since when he was killed in the barn shootout, she was crying but did not run to her brother's corpse. Shawn was also Beth's only "playmate" when Maggie went to college. Beth also mentioned that Shawn was very protective of her.

Jimmy

"W-w-what about Jimmy? Did you see Jimmy?"
—Beth to the group, after seeing he is not among them.[src]

Jimmy was Beth's high school boyfriend for 3 months. The couple were usually seen together and it was obvious that they cared deeply for one another. However, Beth showed some frustration when saying "We went out for three months and now I'm married to him?" hinting their relationship might not have been as solid as first thought. Still, Beth is visibly devastated when she finds out that Jimmy died from a walker attack and starts to cry in her father and sister's arms.

Patricia

"They got her, too. Took her right from me. I was...I was holding on to her, daddy."
—Beth revealing Patricia had been killed to the group.[src]

Beth and Patricia were best friends. They spent much of their time talking or working around the farm together, playing checkers, and doing general chores together. When the farm got attacked, Patricia was holding Beth's hand while running towards the truck. When Patricia was snagged by a walker, Beth refused to let go of Patricia's hand. It took Lori to separate the two, leaving Patricia to die.

Glenn Rhee

"Why don't you go check on Beth? Go on."
—Glenn to Maggie about checking up on Beth.[src]

Glenn cares for Beth due to her youth and the fact that she means the world to Maggie and Hershel. Before they arrived at the prison, it is presumed that they started caring deeply for one another like siblings. Glenn is Beth's brother-in-law, after he and Maggie got married between Season 3 and 4.

Rick Grimes

"There's a new sheriff in town."
—Rick to Beth while giving Beth his sheriff hat.[src]

At first, Beth seems shy around him, even addressing him by "Mr. Grimes", but as times goes on she develop a friendship, as well as trust and respect for him, as he has saved her family members multiple times. She also calls Rick by his name after spending months together with him. When he returns at the prison with Maggie, Beth sweetly hugs Rick and gives him a kiss on the cheek to thank him for what he did for her sister, which seems to slightly surprise him. Later as Rick walks in, she gives him Judith, and she comments that she has her mother's eyes. Rick doesn't let Beth do dangerous activities, unless he had to. Rick often leaves Beth in charge of taking care of Judith and Carl, which she happily accepts. Throughout their stay at the prison, they develop mutual respect for each other, and Rick cares about her a great deal. During flashbacks in the episode "A", Rick and Beth are interacting more and Beth is looking after Judith more regularly as Rick starts to farm. Later on they are seen joking with each other as Rick gives her his sheriff hat, telling Carl and Hershel there's a new sheriff in town.

Lori Grimes

"This will be a good place to have the baby, safe."
—Beth talking to Lori about the the unborn Judith.[src]

Lori displays a maternal protectiveness towards Beth and is often seen comforting her. When Beth comes out of her catatonic state she is nursed by Lori, who makes sure she has food and exercise and offers empathy for the loss of Beth's mother (who as a walker was killed outside the barn after attacking Beth). Lori could not support letting Beth commit suicide and argued heatedly with Andrea over this. When the group evacuate the farm after it is overrun with walkers, Beth winds up escaping together with Lori and T-Dog. After months of traveling together, they became even closer. Beth also shows concern about Lori's pregnancy, she shows she is supportive and even informed Lori that the Prison is safe for the baby to be born. When Beth saw her father lying on the bed unconsciously Lori hugged Beth and told her that he's going to be alright. Beth also told Carl not to disrespect Lori when Carl yelled at Lori. After Lori's death, Beth looked out for Judith becoming her main carer.

Carl Grimes

"I was just making sure Beth was safe."
—Carl lying to Hershel about his intention to share a cell with Beth.[src]

Beth is Carl's closest friend. They are seen together numerous times. It has been hinted that Carl has a small crush on Beth, despite the fact that she is 4 years older than him. This is seen in the episode "Seed", when Carl tries to put his belongings on the top bunk bed in Beth's cell. Hershel, observing this, asks him if he was looking for something. Carl stutters "no" and lies that he was just making sure Beth was settled. Afterwards, Hershel gives Beth a knowing look and she rolls her eyes. It would appear that she is entertained to the idea, as she and Carl share in a few private looks while the others aren't looking. Sometimes, Beth acts as an older sister to Carl, such as telling him to be polite to his mother, and consoling him when he's crying over Lori's death. In "Made to Suffer", after Axel flirts with Beth, Carl appears jealous and angry. Whenever Beth tried to reload or put a gun together, Carl is always seen instructing her. Carl usually watches Beth do her chores or taking care of Judith. In the episode "Home", when The Governor attacks the prison, Carl kept Beth close to him at all times while the others repel The Governor's forces. Carl is always seen guarding Beth whenever both of them are actively present at dangerous activities, such as when The Governor attacks the prison the second time. She and Judith are Carl's priority to protect as they are physically the weakest of the group.

Judith Grimes

"I always wanted a child."
—Beth to Carol about caring for Judith.[src]

Beth is very attached to Judith; she is always seen holding and nurturing her. She gets along very well with Judith, in contrast to Rick, who, at first, made her cry every time he held her. After Judith's birth, Beth is usually seen preparing formula or boiling milk for Judith. Sometimes later, Beth admit to Carol that she always wanted a child of her own. After being informed that The Governor is planning to attack the Prison, Beth becomes concerned about Judith's safety and feels that the group should flee before they attack. Beth is skillful when it comes to nursing Judith, as she instructed her sister to hold and give her food when Maggie takes Judith away from Beth for a short time. Beth is very protective of Judith and would do anything to keep her alive and to honor Lori. Beth willingly goes into isolation with Judith to take care of her due to the flu. Beth plans to take Judith and the other children on a bus fleeing the prison, but becomes separated from everyone in the melee.

Carol Peletier

"Men like Merle get into your head, make you feel like you deserve the abuse. I’m hardly the woman I was a year ago, but if Ed walked through that door right now, breathing, and told me to go with him, I’d like to think I’d tell him to go to hell."
—Carol to Beth.[src]

Beth is seen being kind and friendly to Carol. When Hershel's life hangs in the balance after he is bitten by a walker, Beth seems highly confident in Carol's ability to save her father's life. Carol seems to be developing a bond with Beth, similar to that of a mother and daughter, as evidenced by her intervening during the incident between Beth and Axel in "Made to Suffer", in which Axel began to flirt with Beth. The two of them are the primary caregivers of Judith, as Carol is experienced in taking care of children and Beth loves taking care of Judith. In "The Suicide King", while Carol is doing laundry, Beth comes up to her with Judith and they talk about Daryl leaving. The two have bonded and now can talk about almost anything together. In "I Ain't a Judas" Carol glances at Beth as she is singing, making Beth feel more comfortable further suggesting they have a close relationship. When Beth is killing walkers in "Welcome to the Tombs", Carol was by her side, protectively holding Beth close to her. After the war is over and the new residents from Woodbury arrive at the prison, Carol and Beth came out of their hiding place, holding hands.

Daryl Dixon

"You’re going to miss me so bad when I’m gone, Daryl Dixon."
—Beth to Daryl during their time together.[src]

Daryl and Beth are not seen interacting very much until Season 4. Daryl acknowledges Beth's ability to handle Judith and Carl. Beth was confused when Daryl left the group and felt that they are weak without him. Carol told her that this world needs more men like Daryl, who has his own code. After spending months with him, they became even closer and Daryl thought of her as his own family. After the fall of the prison, Daryl and Beth are separated from the rest of the group. Withdrawn and dealing with his own emotions eternally, Daryl says little to Beth during their first few days alone. She eventually gets him to release his anguish and guilt over what happened at the prison, and she slowly draws him out of the darkness he has allowed to take over him. After Beth goes missing in Alone, Daryl feels overwhelmingly guilty that he was unable to protect her.

Andrea

"The pain doesn't go away...you just make room for it."
—Andrea to Beth about Beth's decision to commit suicide.[src]

Andrea and Beth do not interact much, but after Andrea kills Annette with a scythe through her head, Beth began to have depressing thoughts, and eventually falls unconscious and tries to kill herself. Andrea argued heatedly with Lori about Beth's decision to kill herself. She support Beth's decision because she believes that Beth should have the freedom to do whatever she wants. Andrea tries to encourage Beth about her decision and when Maggie finds out, she forbids Andrea to go anywhere near Beth again. But in the episode "Beside the Dying Fire", Andrea and Beth are seen sitting together on a sofa at the beginning of the episode. Presumably, Andrea has made up with Beth.

Axel

"Seventeen...interesting."
—Axel to Beth about Beth's age.[src]

Beth and Axel are first seen interacting in "Made to Suffer" when she is caring for the baby. When he begins flirting with her, Carol interjects and tells him to stay away from her. He exclaims that there are no women left since, "Maggie is with Glenn, and you're a lesbian." They are later seen assisting Tyreese's group when they step outside the prison to bury Donna.

Michonne

"We care about you."
—Beth to Michonne while treating her foot.[src]

Beth is first seen interacting with Michonne when Michonne was going to escort Rick, Daryl, and Oscar to Woodbury. At first, Beth seemed uncomfortable talking to her, but as time goes on, they became friends. Beth comforted Michonne while treating Michonne's injured foot from falling and fending off walkers, and they spoke about loss in the new world.

Merle Dixon

"What difference who's fault it is? What do we do?"
—Beth stopping Maggie from lashing out to Merle.[src]

Beth and Merle rarely interacted, but at first, Beth was not thrilled being around with Merle in the prison. Especially when Daryl left with Merle after Rick refused to let Merle come to the prison and Daryl leaving with Merle for a short time before coming back to the prison and saving Rick. When Merle wanted to go after The Governor while Rick was at the meeting with him and Glenn refused, Merle started a fight with Glenn and everyone had to jump in to try to break up the fight before Beth had no choice but to fire her gun in the air to stop the fight.

Sasha

"How are you feeling?"
—Sasha to Beth.[src]

Sasha and Beth interacted very little but Sasha was very grateful when Beth and Axel brought shovels to Sasha and her group to bury Donna, Sasha then later complimented Beth by telling her she is very good with the baby. Beth, like everyone else seemed to disagree with Rick's choice to kick Sasha and the rest of her group out the prison. After Sasha rejoins the prison group, she gives Beth a warm greeting.

Zach

"Is he dead? ...Okay."
—Beth to Daryl about Zach's demise.[src]

Beth and Zach were barely seen together, but they were boyfriend and girlfriend. They seemed to have been together long enough for Beth to feel comfortable teasing him and bantering with him before he went on a supply run with others in the group. Beth seemed to not care after receiving the news about his death, but explained that she was just happy she got to know him and doesn't cry over death anymore.

Luke

Luke and Beth aren't seen interacting, but it is assumed they had a good relationship. This is shown by how Beth is searching for them during the assault on the prison and how Beth is cheered up when she tells Daryl that the footprints could be Luke or Molly's. Beth is also shown to be deeply saddened when she realizes that both Luke and Molly are dead.

Molly

Molly and Beth aren't seen interacting, but it is assumed they had a good relationship. This is shown by how Beth is searching for them during the assault on the prison and how Beth is cheered up when she tells Daryl that the footprints could be Luke or Molly's. Beth is also shown to be deeply saddened when she realizes that both Luke and Molly are dead.


AppearancesEdit


TriviaEdit

  • Beth is one of the many characters that did not speak in the episode she was introduced.
  • After the prison is destroyed in the Comic Series, Maggie is the only remaining Greene family member alive. In the TV Series, both she and Beth made it out alive from the prison.
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Sheriff's Department LambertShaneLeon
Jones Family MorganJennyDuane
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JacquiAmyEdJim
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Terminus MaryGarethAlbertAlex
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