As people across the globe stay home to fight the spread of novel coronavirus, Diane Kruger brightens fans’ days with a look at how Norman Reedus prepares.
She sent him out for non-perishable groceries and he came back with potatoes. That’s what happened when Diane Kruger sent her longtime love Norman Reedus out to buy supplies for the next two weeks as the couple stays inside with their daughter.
Given that Reedus plays Daryl Dixon, zombie apocalypse survivor extraordinaire on The Walking Dead, you might think that he would focus on canned goods and food that won’t spoil. Then again, we must remember how his supply run with Rick turned out…. (Spoiler alert: The truck full of supplies was hijacked and ended up in a lake. Upside: We met Jesus!)
Kruger posted an image of Baby Reedus inspecting a box of potatoes and a box of yams with the relatable caption: “I don’t think he understood the concept of two weeks worth of non perishable foods #whenyouletyourboyfriendgogroceryshopping”
Reedus’ TWD co-star Christian Serratos liked the post and added that she’s experiencing something similar at home: “[Story] of my life. David got lots of floss….so…”
While the photo is adorable and Kruger’s caption is hilarious, Reedus’ selection of potatoes isn’t a bad thing. Potatoes are a great staple in tough times. Just ask Matt Damon’s character in The Martian. You can stretch them out for a while, and when stored properly in a cool, dark place they keep rather well, much better than some of your other vegetables. Potatoes are a staple, darn it.
The quest to keep novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, from spreading has led to production delays for the upcoming season of The Walking Dead. Writers will be working remotely on season 11 scripts and at this point filming might be pushed back a few weeks.
Thankfully, fans still have several episodes of The Walking Dead season 10 to enjoy on top of Ride with Norman Reedus season 4, and the good news is that as we stay inside watching our favorite shows we’re all doing our part to flatten the curve.