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The Best Time Glenn Rhee Broke Character On The Walking Dead

Audiences first heard Steven Yeun's voice as Glenn Rhee on "The Walking Dead" in the show's Halloween premiere on AMC in 2010, before he made a full appearance on the show's second episode, "Guts," as the pizza delivery boy turned survivor. He was a prominent member of the cast up until his exit from the show in Season 7 and has been one of the most loved characters by fans. His portrayal of Glenn even got him nominated for best supporting actor on television by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Film in 2011 (via IMDb).

Playing a character that is in life-or-death situations on a regular basis takes some serious acting skills that Yeun seems to have absolutely no problem delivering. However, a blooper compilation shown at a fan convention includes plenty of laugh-worthy moments featuring the cast of "The Walking Dead" being silly and breaking character. There are several funny clips when Yeun has broken character on the show. However, there's one time that beats out the rest to be the best.

Yeun tried to include a passing plane in the scene

In the gag reel, Steven Yeun is seen sitting next to Christian Serratos, who plays Rosita in the series, when a loud aircraft flies overhead. Since there aren't exactly a lot of airplanes flying around in the zombie apocalypse, this effectively disrupted the filming process. Instead of quietly waiting for the plane to pass and begin the scene over, however, Yeun tried to include it in the post-zombie world.

Serratos and Yeun look to the sky and exclaim, "They're here!" before Yeun stands up and begins yelling at the top of his lungs for help. It's a good thing Yeun wasn't actually calling for help while trying to survive a zombie outbreak since it doesn't seem as if the plane stopped for them.

The gag reel reminds fans that the cast isn't all drama and bashing zombie brains. While taking on millions of flesh-eating zombies might be serious work for Glenn Rhee, Rosita Espinosa, and the rest of the "Walking Dead" lineup, for Yeun, there's always room for a bit of fun.