They hug when they meet again. She then holds Daryl's hand. Maggie angrily told Hershel that she didn't know what to do with Beth when he was gone. Later, Beth sets up a small camp and starts a fire with things that she found while scavenging the car they were hiding in. She finds berries on a tree and tells Daryl the others will be hungry when they find each other. Rick and Glenn then travel into town and accompany Hershel and tell him about Beth. She believes that Woodbury won't attack because they had been scared off.
Later on, Beth is seen holding Judith. Later, during the attack, she is with Hershel and Carl in a forest close by the prison. Daryl said she shouldn't because they should stay here a little longer. At the end of the episode, Beth and Hershel got out of the cage and the group found out that Lori had died giving birth. She sees that Daryl has shut down, and Beth gets up and heads off to search for Maggie, Glenn, or any of the other members of the group after Daryl silently refuses to make an effort to look for them. But is this utopia truly everything it seems? In Season 5, Tyreese appears to care about Beth and what she means to the group as he comes to help the group get her back after her abduction. We all got jobs to do, that's what daddy always says.
Edwards tells her of the group's history and guides her through many of the community's amenities and pitfalls. Once they notice walkers coming toward the house, Beth, Patricia, Lori, and Carol opt to stay in the house for safety. Dawn regains the advantage and calls for Beth, who gets to her feet and shoves him down the shaft. Beth and Maggie are both devastated when their father is killed by the Governor, and Maggie attempted to calm Beth down by reminding her of their father's words. Beth also shows concern about Lori's pregnancy, she shows she is supportive and even informed Lori that the Prison is safe for the baby to be born.
After that, she escorted Hershel into the prison yard with the others. She finds a photo of her and Hanson, and Dawn tells her that he was her mentor and friend and explains what happened to him. Lori comforts her, saying that she has to be strong as there are people that care about her. He'd be surrounded by people he loved. After Rick and the others cleared out a cell block, Rick called the others to come over. Dawn then admits that she was wrong about Beth being weak, then handing her the drug locker key and tells her to get the medicine to save Carol.
She and Noah instantly form a good friendship. She welcomes the newly arrived groups of elders and children from Woodbury into the prison. Your journey took you far and wide, and you met many people. We are the Wolf Pack! As Edwards walks out of the room, Beth grabs some scissors and prepares to murder Edwards for his shocking actions. He is shown to be shocked in the scene immediately after her death. After Glenn and Carl announced that the boiler room is infested with walkers, Beth and the others argues about the safety of the prison. Beth told the others about Patricia's fate and she is devastated when she discovers Jimmy did not make it off the farm alive.
She and the others attend the funeral where everyone piles up the rocks in memory of his contributions to the group and, more specifically, Carl's survival. The two later find the bar as well as a bottle of Peach Schnapps. By the end of the day though, Shane makes a realization. Hershel, observing this, asks him if he was looking for something. Then, Beth, Rick, Carl, Hershel, and the baby are then seen walking out into the prison yard while Rick walks down and sees a holding a basket full of baby formula and ignores her.
Coming across a teenage runaway by the name of Daryl Dixon may have saved their lives, but keeping him around brings about a whole different set of problems. . Daryl leads Beth to a shack he found with Michonne and brings out some moonshine. She sits down with Maggie and gives the baby to her. Sometimes later, Beth admit to Carol that she always wanted a child of her own.
It is shown that Carl may have a small crush on Beth as he is planning to share a room with Beth, but Hershel arrived and Carl left the room. Later on, she teaches Daryl the drinking game 'I never'. With the support from her father and sister, Beth regains her will to live and since then, becomes even more assertive and stronger-willed, even after the death of her boyfriend and. Beth plans to take Judith and the other children on a bus fleeing the prison, but becomes separated from everyone in the melee. After he haphazardly shoots several arrows at the walker, Beth stabs it in the head and the two have a fight.
However, Carl's moodiness during the next couple of episodes might be due to it. She tapes up Michonne's injured foot, and comforts her about her injury. No matter what happens, we'll deal with it. She is writing in her old journal which she found in her backpack when the group settles at the prison, as she and Daryl are running in the woods and killing walkers. Beth lived her entire life on the farm prior to the outbreak. After Judith's birth, Beth is usually seen preparing formula or boiling milk for Judith. After Beth is shot by Dawn, Sasha can be seen with tears in her eyes, clearly saddened.