In case you haven’t seen the premiere episode of The Walking Dead and you haven’t found out yet who has taken the bat from Negan, it means you might definitely be living on a deserted island to escape all the spoilers that have been all around the Internet, but still, my job is to warn you not to go on any further if you don’t want The Walking Dead Season 7 spoilers for the episode, don’t read any further.
After the episode, all sorts of reactions surfaced, from people announcing to leave the show to people who were so upset, people who complained, cried, yelled, and cried some more (the last category is me, I admit it), but it doesn’t change the fact that from now on Glenn (Steven Yeun) will not make our favorite show better anymore.
After killing Abraham (Michael Cudlitz), Daryl (Norman Reedus) got up and punched Negan, which brought Glenn’s death as a consequence. But does Steven Yeun think Daryl should be blamed?
“No. I think Daryl is a character that will blame himself. I think that’s enough for him. Even if it’s not real or even if it’s not accurate or fair, I think he would shoulder that type of burden. It’ll be interesting to see what happens with that and I’m sure Norman will crush it.”
Well, I’m sorry, Steven, but taking into account all my feelings after the episode and how much I loved and appreciated everything Glenn stood for, I do blame Daryl.
During The Taking Dead episode, Steven also admitted he felt like the death in the comic books was epic enough and that he didn’t want that to go to any other character, so we can blame Steven as well? I’m joking, kind of.
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