The Walking Dead's Opening Credits Had a Major Omission - Vulture.com

It's likely you tuned into The Walking Dead to find out what happened to Glenn, the best boyfriend of the zombie apocalypse. Did he survive that ravenous zombie horde after Nicholas offed himself? Did he use Nicholas's body as a shield and wriggle his way underneath the dumpster? Is he going to become zombie Glenn? Well, you're just going to have to wait a little bit longer. The fourth episode of this season was almost entirely removed from the overall narrative arc of the season, and instead focused on Morgan and how he arrived back at Rick's camp at Alexandria. So while we don't have confirmation on what happened, there was a hint of bad news in the opening credits: Steven Yeun, the actor who plays Glenn, wasn't in them. In fact, he's not listed in the credits at all. This marks the first time Yeun hasn't been credited in the opening sequence since, yes, the pilot — a run only matched (and now surpassed) by Andrew Lincoln and Chandler Riggs.

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Nov 2, 2015 4:12PM EST

They have to be trolling us, right?

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