We know the Love Actually sequel is just going to be a 10 minute sketch for BBC's charity event Red Nose Day, but with nearly the entire cast returning, we're probably going to fall in love again anyway.
In the first teaser for the special, Andrew Lincoln is back with those cue cards with a special message just for us.
Of course, Andy couldn't shave or cut his hair because of his day job on The Walking Dead, so we're left to wonder if Mark wandered the streets and became a vagrant in a perpetual depressed Keira Knightley-less existence.
That actually would be pretty funny…
Ch-ch-check out the teaser (above) and see Hugh Grant, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Liam Neeson, Martine McCutcheon, Bill Nighy, and more when Actually airs Friday, March 24 on BBC One!
But after two more characters died at the hands of Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) in Sunday's midseason finale, it looks like the survivors are finally about to take back control the only way they know how: war!!
The 32-year-old actor and the photographer were surrounded by family and close friends for the intimate ceremony, reportedly including Yeun's costars, Norman Reedus, Andrew Lincoln, and Sarah Wayne Callies.
After knocking off a few fan favorites in the season premiere, the bat-wielding villain spent some time getting acquainted with his latest community conquest, while our survivors started to realize just how f*cked they were.
Aside from robbing the survivors of their hope and dignity, Negan took all their guns and their mattresses. Though the heroes managed to pull off a minor victory when Father Gabriel (Seth Gilliam) convinced Negan that
While some fans may have guessed who Jeffrey Dean Morgan's Negan killed during the AMC drama's hiatus, it's clear from some INTENSE reaction videos that there were still plenty of people who managed to ignore the chatter since April's cliffhanger.