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Norman Reedus was 'pissed' about what happened to that Walking Dead character

Another Sunday has passed and we still don't know whether or not that Walking Dead character is actually dead.

There weren't many developments this week into the investigation of said character's disappearance, but Norman Reedus — who plays fan-favorite Daryl Dixon on the show — finally voiced his thoughts on the situation.

Warning: From this point forward, there will be spoilers about the show.

Talking to Entertainment Weekly, Reedus was quick to point out that the strangled cry of "help" that ended this week's episode definitely did not belong to Glenn (Steven Yeun). He added that it was probably someone from Alexandria, but he unfortunately had about as much information as fans did when it came down to Glenn's conspicuous death.

The actor did take a minute to address how he felt about the situation, joking that even though he was in the now-infamous episode, he was still in a state of shock.

"I was in that episode. And I was still pissed at the end of the episode," Reedus said. "I was in shock, and I was there!"

Reedus said that after the episode was over, he turned his television off and walked around his room in a daze, but added that the episode was full of shock and fear, so they must be doing something right.

Glenn's death is still a mystery, but last week, cast member Ross Marquand told that showrunner Scott Gimple wasn't going to leave fans hanging in suspense. The actor said Gimple planned to reveal whether or not Glenn was dead to fans pretty soon.

The Walking Dead is currently in its sixth season and was recently renewed for a seventh by AMC. It's still one of the highest-rated programs on television today.

The show airs on Sunday nights at 9 p.m. ET on AMC.

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