Jeffrey Dean Morgan's new job at The Walking Dead meant unemployment for a couple of series regulars. The new actor coming into the show as Negan meant two major characters were getting killed off. After months of waiting to find out who his victim was, we watched both Abraham and Glenn take Negan's Lucille to their heads.
Since the sendoff, The Walking Dead family have all paid heartfelt tributes to Steven Yeun and Michael Cudlitz who are no longer on set. That said, Cudlitz is having some fun in between gigs and poking fun at the man who brought a bat down on his head.
In a new Instagram post, Cudlitz hops inside of the Winchester family's iconic ride from the CW's Supernatural. The long running show once starred Jeffrey Dean Morgan as John Winchester, father of the Winchester Brothers, and longtime monster hunter seeking revenge for his wife.
Abraham might just be riding off into the sunset in the Winchester family's ride, all the while flipping the bird to Negan.
Morgan's time on Supernatural spanned 12 episodes over 3 years. Fans of both The Walking Dead and Supernatural were ecstatic when he was officially announced as the new big bad of the apocalypse. Still, his arrival was not only brutally violent but devastating for fans of Glenn and Abraham, two of the leading men on the AMC series.
After Sunday's episode, it's hard to imagine Abraham could have survived in a world with Negan for long. The villain marched around Alexandria collecting mattresses, medical supplies, and weapons. The military man would have never stood for it.
The two definitely have a good time joking about one another. At Walker Stalker Con in Atlanta a couple of weeks ago, Morgan concluded his panel by joking about Cudlitz, saying, "That guy needs a job!"
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