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'The Walking Dead' spoilers: Will love endanger Glenn and Maggie?

In an interview, Lauren, who plays Maggie on "The Walking Dead," says that Glenn and Maggie finding each other is essential.
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On March 9 Inside TV shares an interview with Lauren Cohan, who plays Maggie on "The Walking Dead," where she says that Glenn and Maggie finding each other is essential because in a world that is full of nothing, there has to be some kind of hope.

Since Laurie's death, Glenn and Maggie have been the only constant couple. While there isn't a lot of romantic bliss happening in the midst of a zombie apocalypse, for the future of the world, the few Glenn and Maggie's that are left need to stay together. It's not just survival but hope.

In last night's episode Maggie, Bob, and Sasha all walked through a misty forest in search of Glenn. It seems that love may end up getting someone killed in the end since there are so many dangers lurking in the unknown and what it will take for them to find each other.

Cohan says about her mission to find Glenn;

“It’s such a necessary hope and I definitely feel that invisible bridge between Glenn and Maggie the whole time of trying to find each other, and needing that.”

Do you think that Glenn and Maggie finding each other alive is important to "The Walking Dead" story? Will their love for each other get someone killed?