– by Seth McDonald

Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who plays Negan on AMC’s The Walking Dead wants fans to learn more about the character in a flashback episode. While speaking with Entertainment Weekly, Morgan expressed his desire for a Negan backstory.

“And you know, I always am hoping that, at some point, we do a backstory episode for Negan, because it’s an amazing story. I don’t know that that’s going to happen this year, but we are going to see enough of him and he talks quite a bit, as you know. So he’s going to reveal some of himself to the audience this year, which is going to be awesome. It’s going to be fascinating. [pauses] Of course, he’s still going to be a big f—ing dick!”

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Negan is an almost untouchable character on The Walking Dead, and last season he appeared to be invincible. It was extremely difficult to watch Rick Grimes bow down to him. With fans having mixed reactions to the most recent season of the show, learning a little bit more about what makes Negan who he is might be a good idea. How did this man from a civilized society become such a unforgiving warlord? To me, this would be one of the more interesting episodes of The Walking Dead over the last couple of seasons.

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Source: Entertainment Weekly

  • suckit15694

    na totally not necessary . would be one of them filler episodes

    • Kindofabigdeal

      I was so excited when we spend an hour and a half with Morgan and the Zodiac killer.

  • J’Accuse

    If you’re going to be a post-apocalyptic warlord, you might as well enjoy yourself.

    • TheOct8pus

      That’s why I think Negan is the only good character on the show. He has fun with his psychosis…he kills with glee. Everybody else is such a downer…

  • Kindofabigdeal

    I want to see Jeffrey Dean Morgan in short shorts, knee socks, and a coaches whistle telling students to run laps. He goes inside and has a drink, because alcoholism. Time jump skips to him running across the baseball diamond with a bat and whacking zombie teens left and right.

  • Danny B

    Probably in the minority here, but I found the character frustrating as hell after the first episode of S7. Talk too much? Oh my fucking God!! The opportunities people had to kill that twisted twat due to his ramblings and thus being distracted.
    A fellow geek out there please take away his screen time and tell me how much shorter S7 would have been….