Wetpaint Entertainment is here to set the record straight on matters related to your favorite Walking Dead characters and stars — from Andrew Lincoln's marital status to Norman Reedus's sweet pad.

Using our Internet wiles, we grabbed some of the most burning queries made to Google, Bing, and more hoping to shed light on some hot topics. Get some answers below!

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How Did Andrew Lincoln Meet His Wife, Gael Anderson?

We've discussed before that Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes) is bound in matrimony to Gael Anderson, daughter of famed Jethro Tull frontman Ian Anderson. Gwyneth Paltrow's daughter, Apple, was the flower girl at their wedding! But how did these two lovebirds meet?

According to a 2009 profile by The Independent, the pair met on the set of the British comedy Teachers. Andy was the star of the show, but they met while he was working as a director for a couple of episodes — Gael was working as a runner at the time. The couple now have two children together, a daughter and a son.

Source: The Independent

Does Norman Reedus Live in New York?

While the cast lives in Georgia while filming TWD, most of them have homes outside the Peach State. Seeing as how Norman Reedus (Daryl Dixon) is an actor, model, and impossibly hip man-about-town, it would only make sense that he would live in the Big Apple!

In October 2012, Norman told NYTimes.com that he lives in Chinatown, New York, and he really misses the noodles when he's away filming — although he eats less of those noodle-based dishes nowadays.

As of June of 2013, though, Norman owns a $3.8 million penthouse in the Chinatown/Little Italy area. Avoiding noodles must be absolute torture now!

Sources: Curbed, NYTimes.com

Where Are Hershel's Crutches?

When we left Team Prison at the end of Season 3, Hershel Greene (Scott Wilson) was still walking on crutches to compensate for his amputated leg. But when we began Season 4, the doc was mysteriously off the crutches — and wearing two shoes. So where did those crutches go?

We're not sure about the details, as presumably this happened between Seasons 3 and 4, but Hershel found himself a prosthetic leg. Since he's not really a shorts-wearing type, we don't get a peek at it too often, but you can see it in some shots — see fan screencaps here.

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