"You know, I’ve been doing something with Henry the entire year," Reedus says of Matthew Lintz's character. "I’ve been changing dialogue a little bit here and there. I’ve been changing stage direction a little bit here and there, trying to give Henry responsibility. If there was a line that was like, 'You stay here. I’m going to go do this,' I would be like, 'I need you to watch my back. I need you to watch these people while I’m away.' I change things a little bit because I have a teenage son, so I know that when you give a teenager responsibility, he feels like he’s part of the group. If you empower people, you can trust them a little bit more."