Warning: If you do not want to know "The Walking Dead" spoilers for "This Sorrowful Life," then do not continue reading.
As fans remember, Daryl Dixon used to be insensitive and a bad boy, just like his brother, Merle. But once his brother was gone, Norman Reedus' character turned into a nice guy and a team player without getting mushy or losing his edge. It seems odd that he would try to convince Glenn to forgive... especially for him to forgive Merle of all people.
Earlier in season 3, Merle kidnapped Glenn and Maggie. Glenn was beaten, tortured, tied to a chair and a zombie was thrown in the room. Maggie was humiliated by the Governor and fans thought for a while that he might even sexually assault her.
While it is understandable that Daryl Dixon cares about his brother and doesn't want any bad feelings between anyone since they are all fighting the same enemy, something like that is not easily forgotten.
What do you think of "The Walking Dead" spoilers for "This Sorrowful Life?" Do you think it is unreasonable for Daryl Dixon to want Glenn to forgive Merle?