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Walking Dead Mystery: Was That Glenn We Heard Calling For Help On Walkie-Talkie?

  • by: Alan Duke
  • (Mon, 16 Nov 2015 07:06:18 Z)

"The Walking Dead" Season 6, Episode 6 didn't answer the question that's been driving fans mad for three weeks -- Is Glenn still alive? -- but it taunted viewers with a hint at the very end of the hour.

"Help" is heard over a walkie-talkie as Daryl, Sasha and Abraham drive down a road at the very end of the episode, prompting many hopeful fans of Glenn to speculate that it is him calling.

But don't get your hopes up. The Hollywood Reporter has an exclusive confirmation from actor Norman Reedus that it was not Glenn's voice on the radio.

"It's not Glenn -- but it's somebody at Alexandria," Reeds told THR about the scene.

There are two more episodes to see before the show takes a break. "You ain't seen nothing yet," Reeds told THR. "There are no slow episodes left; it's 100 miles an hour from here on in."

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