First Hilarious Clip From 'The Walking Dead' Episode Of 'Robot Chicken'

The first full clip from Robot Chicken's The Walking Dead parody episode has been released online [...]

The first full clip from Robot Chicken's The Walking Dead parody episode has been released online and it is painfully funny.

Mocking the scene from Season 7 of The Walking Dead which saw Negan forcing Carl to remove his eyepatch and expose the scar on his face, the Robot Chicken version of the scene sees a hilarious turn of events when the wound is revealed. The clip features the voice of Negan actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who is one of many Walking Dead cast members who worked on the parody episode.

Check out the clip, as posted to The Walking Dead's official Instagram page, below!

Negan and Carl don't always see eye to eye...coming soon to @adultswim. #TWD #robotchickenwalkingdead

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Though Carl is not heard speaking in the clip above, Chandler Riggs is among the many cast members who lent the voice to the Robot Chicken episode.

"[The special] is just this ultimate kind of love fest of The Walking Dead, of 'Hey, let's put this in, oh, we got to have Carl doing this, we gotta have Darryl's crossbow, and Carl's hat!'" Robot Chicken writer Breckin Meyer told Yahoo. "All of that. I think that was just the ultimate love letter to The Walking Dead."

The story of how the episode came to be is actually quite simple.

"I wish it were a more elaborate story," Robot Chicken co-creator Matthew Senreich explained. "At San Diego Comic-Con, I do this annual dinner with a bunch of people… We all kind of started in comic books, and Robert Kirkman is one of those people. So we were sitting there during our annual dinner, and [Kirkman] was like, 'Hey, you've done these DC specials for Robot Chicken, why don't you do a Walking Dead?" And I was like, 'OK.' So, really, it was very casual, and we just kind of joked about it at that dinner."

Robot Chicken's The Walking Dead episode is set to air on October 8 on Adult Swim.

The Walking Dead's sibling series Fear the Walking Dead airs Sunday nights at 9 pm ET on AMC. The Walking Dead will return for its eighth season on October 22, 2017. The Season 8 premiere will mark 100 episodes overall for the popular AMC series. For complete coverage and insider info all season long, follow @BrandonDavisBD on Twitter.