If you watch The Walking Dead, you know about the shocking ending of an episode from about a week and a half ago that may have left a fan favorite character dead.
Also, if you DON'T watch The Walking Dead, you know the same thing, because the internet has been pumping out about a thousand stories on the same exact topic in a desperate attempt to squeeze every last click out of anyone even mildly interested in The Walking Dead.
This is the problem with the internet and TV - even in the time between episodes, where NOTHING new has happened, the internet STILL needs to pump out content, and it gets stupid real quick. Let's use MoviePilot as an example:
Okay! So - Glenn's actually NOT dead. They have proof (I guess). I'm not sure why "Whaaat?!" is their share description, but whatever.
But...I thought he WASN'T dead? Are you crying because he's not dead?
Also, thanks for labeling this a #MPOriginal. You can tell it's an Original because it's literally just a clip of The Walking Dead with text over it. Classic original video.
Uh. What? Yesterday you had proof he WASN'T dead. Now your proof says he IS dead? It's been ONE DAY. Make up your mind, MoviePilot.
Okay come on, how did we get back here? First he's alive, then he's dead, now he's alive again? What happened to the proof?! Well, at least you probably won't flip-flop on this again!
Spoiler: they're saying he's alive, which is what they had just said. Crazy.
How can you say "How He Died In The Show" AND "That's why I think he isn't dead at all!" in the same post?
Rad, he's definitely alive now. Cool. We've finally reached a consensus.
Welp, we're back to "Undecided."
Oh GOD DAMN IT MAKE UP YOUR FUCKING MIND
Also these status updates read like the stream-of-consciousness ramblings of a madman.
HOW CAN YOU HAVE THIS MANY ARTICLES ON THE SAME TOPIC IN THE SPACE OF A WEEK? WE'LL FIND OUT THE ANSWER ON THE NEXT EPISODE. CALM THE HELL DOWN, INTERNET.
I don't think you're allowed to give spoiler warnings anymore, MoviePilot.