AMC's The Walking Dead

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i feel like its gonna be a pretty low-key actor but my first pick is rollins, second waterburton

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As long as the dude gets the job done, I'm good with it

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friend just spoiled it for me -_-

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TehBatGetsBraked wrote:friend just spoiled it for me -_-
Tell him to look at the flowers.

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WHAT THE ACTUAL SHIT
Glenn's first and last times talking to Rick was through a talkie-walkie while calling him a 'dumbass', and both episodes ended with Rick being trapped in a vehicle surrounded by walkers. Well played AMC, well played...

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Can't wait to hear everyone's reaction when they find out
HE'S NOT DEAD.

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Dead or not dead, that's still not entirely sure

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-f ... ers-834509

Glenn may very well be dead but only back for flashbacks. I know some people have seen him on set with another upcoming major comics character but this may as well be for that closure thing they do to make you believe a character's not dead

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If that's the case, they went out of their way for months. He, Steven, also reportedly filmed scenes with another current character in that same alley. All that aside, I really don't think he's dead and he'll be back and not in flashbacks.

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