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The Flyers do not like Glenn from The Walking Dead (and they're right not to)

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He's cheering for the Red Wings. The Red Wings! The audacity!

mfw someone says they're actually cheering for the Red Wings tonight
mfw someone says they're actually cheering for the Red Wings tonight
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Tonight is an extremely important game for the Philadelphia Flyersin case you haven't heard. The Flyers, Red Wings, and even Bruins are all neck-in-neck for the two final playoff spots in the Eastern Conference - so a match-up between two of said teams is huge.

Naturally, all good-hearted people are cheering for the Flyers. Then, there's The Walking Dead's Steven Yeun.

Now, this isn't entirely his fault - the actor who plays the very likeable Glenn grew up in Detroit. He can't help it.

But that doesn't mean he's right. And the Flyers know just how to deal with this blatant disrespect:

Ooooohhh, that's rough.

For those who don't watch the zombie apocalypse show: this season just ended with a new antagonist, Negan, about to kill one of the main group with his trusty barbed wire-covered baseball bat, whom he has named Lucille. Except the show neglected to reveal exactly who was killed before the season ended, so it's still up in the air. (Although, if you've read the comics, and if the show follows the comics in this instance, you might already know.)

And now, the Flyers are rooting for Yeun's character's death. And it would be a particularly brutal death, at that.

... That's only fair, really.