This past Sunday, fans of The Walking Dead had to say goodbye to Glenn Rhee for the final time. There won't be any miraculous crawl out from the dumpster, as he is officially KIA.
It's a sad moment for every fan, as Glenn was truly the heart of the show and the voice of reason for Rick. A Walking Dead legend was lost, and audiences haven't quite recovered.
Some of these audience members seem to be a little more affected by the situation, and have brought Glenn's death over the the harsh realities of our every day life. Since you can't audibly say goodbye to a television character, why not write him a real obituary?
Looks like a couple of fans in Arkansas went that exact route and gave Glenn a proper, newspaper goodbye.
Yes, it sounds like a bit much, but the words of the obituary were actually quite accurate. It was a moving piece that will even make you laugh a couple of times.
Take a look:
It's touching to see that the author mentioned Glenn's surviving family. Instead of just including Maggie and their baby, many of his friends from the group were included.
Just as you are about to tear up, however, comes an unexpected joke that sums up everyone's thoughts perfectly.
Once you're eyes glance to the final sentence, you're suddenly shocked with these words:
"In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations of LITERALLY ANYONE WHO CAN HELP THEM DEFEAT NEGAN be made in his memory."
A plea for help with Negan is exactly what Glenn's friends and family need at the moment. So, instead of sending flowers to Lauren Cohan, or a sympathy card to Steven Yeun, grab your weapons and prepare for an All Out War.0comments
The Walking Dead returns with a new episode on Sunday, October 30 at 9pm ET on AMC.