Beloved ‘The Walking Dead’ character Glenn makes appearance in emotional finale

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Glenn Rhee, a popular character played by actor Steven Yeun, made a brief surprise appearance in the emotional series finale of AMC's The Walking Dead, which aired over the weekend.
The final episode of the hit zombie drama series, entitled Rest In Peace, aired on Sunday. As part of the finale, according to Entertainment Weekly, series executive producer and episode director Greg Nicotero added a montage briefly showing scenes of characters, both living and dead, from all seasons.
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Some of the characters featured in the montage played over the repeating voiceover line "We are the ones who live" are Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs), Maggie Greene (Lauren Cohan), Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus), Yumiko Okumura (Eleanor Matsuura), Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and Glenn.
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Yeun was part of the main cast from Season 1 through the first episode of Season 7 when he met his brutal death at the hands of Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and his baseball bat, Lucille, wrapped in barbed wire.
Although Negan was the one who killed Glenn, Maggie, his wife on the show, managed to find a way to reconcile with her tormentor in an emotional monologue in the final episode.
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In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Cohan said it "feels good to be able to talk about Glenn after so many years," even if it wasn't comfortable given the brutal way in which he was killed.
"The line I remember is 'Glenn was beautiful'. And I feel like that's all I said," Cohan told EW. "And in those three words you have to remember how wonderful a person was and celebrate it and keep an open mind and keep your heart open."
When asked if Cohan also depicts Yeun's face when she delivers emotional lines like those in the finale, the actor said, "When you ask if I depict Steven's face, I'm imagining what it feels like to really love something . And I don't know what I'm imagining, but I just know that it's like standing on a cliff and knowing you're going to fall but hoping you'll be caught. It's so cheesy, but it really is what it means to love."
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The montage wasn't the first time Glenn has appeared on the show following his gruesome death. AMC released an extended dream sequence in August 2017 showing "what could have been" if he hadn't been killed in the season seven premiere. Yeun, 38, is loved as an actor by his fellow The Walking Dead cast members and fans for his character.
Speaking to the Los Angeles Times, showrunner and writer Angela Kang said Yeun was the first actor she became friends with on the show, sharing that the two sometimes hung out and went to dinner and shared their experiences as Koreans in the industry exchanged.
"We've talked a lot about how we're Korean-Americans in the industry and what the struggles are, but also how you can continue to improve? That definitely affected me personally, but [also] a lot of people in the cast. He was such a leader," Kang said.
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Other cast members shared some of the moments they had with Yeun while filming The Walking Dead, such as Melissa McBride (Carol Peletier) and Yeun spending time looking for furniture. He was also the first actor to text Josh McDermitt (Eugene Porter) before he first arrived on set, McDermitt told the Los Angeles Times.
Following his stint on The Walking Dead, Yeun starred in several critically acclaimed projects including the award-winning drama Minari, Jordan Peele's sci-fi horror Nope, and Bong Joon-ho's upcoming sci-fi film Thriller based on the 2022 novel Mickey7.
"Steven...I love him so much," McBride told the Los Angeles Times of her former co-star. "He's so talented. I've loved following his career since he left but what a loss for us. I miss him much."
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