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“There’s a Little Love” Coming on The Walking Dead Season 3, but For Whom?

Where's the love? It's coming. And we're crossing our fingers it's between Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and Daryl (Norman Reedus). (Kidding! Sort of.)

The Walking Dead Season 3 is returning this Sunday with Episode 9, "The Suicide King." We've already been warned that "no one is safe" and producer Gale Ann Hurd teased that "a few more people" will be dying in the final eight episodes of the season.

However, she also said, "There's a lot of betrayal. There's a little love. There's a lot of zombie action." The betrayal has to be all over the place — from Andrea (Laurie Holden) and The Governor (David Morrissey), to Merle (Michael Rooker) and maybe both The Governor and Daryl, and probably the new prison folks too.

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But what's the little love? It sounds like Andrea is (finally) falling out of love with The Governor, but will Tyreese (Chad Coleman) find love, with either Carol (Melissa McBride) or Michonne (Danai Gurira)? (Or maybe Andrea again, if they decide they can't get enough of her love stories.) Or will young Beth fall in love with young Ben, one of the new prison people? Will Daryl get closer to Carol and make the Caryl shippers happy?

They can't just mean Glenn (Steven Yeun) and Maggie (Lauren Cohan), since they've been in love for a long time now. And they'd better not mean anything with that little chaste kiss Beth (Emily Kinney) gave to Rick. That's just a "thank you for saving my sister" kiss, right?

At this point, we're guessing Beth and Ben in a teenage Romeo & Juliet love story. Do you have a guess? Maybe Axel finds a woman desperate enough to take him on!

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02.8.2013 / 12:31 AM EDT by Gina Carbone
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