Fans of The Walking Dead comics who thought they would never see the villainous Negan realized in live-action, F-words and all, have been proven wrong. AMC has released the uncensored version of Jeffrey Dean Morgan's iconic introductory scene as the most infamous villain to ever be a part of The Walking Dead universe and it is loaded with all that language comic fans have grown to love to hate.
It's all there. Right down to, "I'm gonna be the holy f--- f---ing f---ety f--- out of one of you." 23 F-words in total.
Needless to say, the scene which has leaked online following the release of The Walking Dead's sixth season blu-ray and DVD on Tuesday, is not to be played with the volume up around sensitive ears.
Most of the scene is actually identical to the cut aired in the Season 6 finale of The Walking Dead back in April. However, the added language gives Negan an almost entirely different feel. Taking out the awkward use of the word, "pegged," and replacing it with the correct vulgar language originating from Robert Kirkman's comics make Negan even more menacing -- as if pacing around with a vicious barbed wire bat wasn't enough.
The alternate version of the scene, which promises to be the first of many heading into the seventh season, is included on The Walking Dead's Season 6 blu-ray set. The set comes packed with bonus features. In addition to this alternate scene, commentary on episodes reveals fun moments from the set and making of difficult scenes.
The Walking Dead Season 6 is available now on blu-ray and DVD. The show will return for its seventh season on October 23 at 9 PM ET on AMC. For complete coverage, insider info, and more all season long, check out The Walking Dead on ComicBook.com on Facebook.