Between his career-defining roles in "Boondock Saints" and "The Walking Dead," Norman Reedus has developed an intense fandom. A fandom so fervent they threaten to riot if Daryl Dixon bites it on "Walking Dead." And that's fine by Reedus. But he has some specific instructions about how to rage on Daryl's behalf.
Spinoff Online: "The Walking Dead" fans say that if Daryl dies they will riot. What is that kind of fan response like for you?
Norman Reedus: I mean I know it's a t-shirt. Thank you? I like a good riot. I remember the LA riots, and I was like, "Why don't we get the DMV? Let's take down the DMV. Why are we taking down this store? Who needs a TV? Let's burn the DMV!"
So if Daryl dies you would prefer your fans specifically riot at the DMV?
[Smiling] Just go straight to the DMV, yeah. Take out all your anger at the DMV.
Look for our full interview with Reedus, where we discuss his upcoming sci-fi thriller "Air," in the coming days.