The Walking Dead Season 4: Lauren Cohan Reacts to Beth’s Possible Death (VIDEO)
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The Walking Dead Season 4: Lauren Cohan Reacts to Beth’s Possible Death (VIDEO)

Maggie Greene (Lauren Cohan) and her little sister Beth Greene (Emily Kinney) aren’t aware that one another is alive since they haven’t reunited yet, but we’re hoping they’ll get a chance to meet again soon, even though Maggie seems much more concerned with finding her fiancé, Glenn Rhee (Steven Yeun).

Lauren was on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live earlier this week, and one fan asked if Maggie is more interested in finding her man or her sister. Lauren quickly acknowledged that her character does seem to be leaning one way, but explained that both people are very important to Maggie. “The emphasis on the show has definitely been her mission for the husband, hasn’t it?,” she began. “But she’s hoping to find everybody. I think she’s hoping they’re together, not together but, you know…”

Unfortunately for Mags, Glenn and Beth are not together, but they are still both alive, which is a plus. We’ll see both sisters in this Sunday’s Episode 13: “Alone,” but we don’t yet know if they’ll join forces just yet.

Glenn, meanwhile, is off with Tara (Alanna Masterson) and Abraham Ford (Michael Cudlitz), Eugene Porter (Josh McDermitt), and Rosita Espinosa (Christian Serratos) after he convinced them to abandon (at least for now) their trek to Washington D.C.

Lauren’s fellow WWHL guest for the night, Flipping Out’s Jeff Lewis, made a point of saying that Maggie seems more into Glenn than he is into her, but Ms. Cohan was quick to dispute that. “That’s nice of you to say, but it’s not true,” she quipped with a laugh.

Jeff also said he hopes Beth dies soon, and as you may have guessed, Lauren wasn’t too supportive of that either. “No! We’re just finally getting to know her!,” she wailed. Lastly, Jeff also took issue with the episodes in the back half of Season 4 focusing on smaller groups, but Lauren was quick to defend that creative choice as well, reasoning, “We’re trying to build the anticipation for when you meet everybody again.”

Do you think Jeff was too hard on TWD, or did he bring up some valid points? Watch the clip below and tell us what you think!