WARNING: Spoilers ahead for Sunday night’s episode of The Walking Dead. Please continue reading only if you’ve seen the show’s most recent episode.
Since “The Walking Dead” showed Glenn Rhee getting killed off, there has been a lot of speculation as to whether or not his death was for real. Fans speculated that when Nicholas shot himself, he landed on top of Glenn and we saw the herd of walkers noshing on Nicholas’ body – and not Glenn’s. Others have said that when Nicholas fell on top of Glenn, it allowed for a moment of time in which Glenn slid under the dumpster, allowing for his escape.
Also of note was the fact that Steven Yeun never appeared on the subsequent episode of “The Talking Dead” which shows an ‘in memoriam’ for each of the characters killed off on the show.
Now, it appears that Yeun’s name has been removed from the credits of the hit AMC show. Does that mean that Glenn is done for good? Or are the show’s creators just messing with all of us?
We waited for the show to give us some hint on Sunday’s episode, but instead, they took us through Morgan’s back story. After being part of the walker uprising for so long, all Morgan knew about was to “clear” – whether it be humans or walkers. Since approaching a man named Eastman’s cabin, he was taught to defend himself and not to harm any creatures (with the exception of walkers). The duo also buried the walkers after identifying them and creating grave markers.
At the end of the 90-minute episode, it’s revealed that Morgan had captured one of the wolves and was attempting to teach him the same lesson that Eastman taught him.
Speculate in the comments: Do you think Glenn is really dead?
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