AMC ended The Walking Dead Season 6 with a huge cliffhanger, featuring the introduction of Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Negan, who picked one member of Rick's (Andrew Lincoln) crew to kill. Unfortunately, fans didn't see who was on the receiving end of his barbed wire bat dubbed Lucille, making fans wait months until the victim will be revealed during the Season 7 premiere on Sunday, October 23. The CW's MadTV decided to put together a spoof of this cliffhanger, which drags out Negan's decision even more.

MadTV, which was recently revived on The CW Network, posted the parody on YouTube, where this version of Negan seems intent on prolonging his decision in ludicrous ways, even resorting to killing one of his own men. Even the characters in Rick's crew themselves are seen begging Negan to pick someone to kill, but he keeps stalling, leading Rick to call out his own son Carl, calling him the worst character on the show. Unfortunately, even this spoof doesn't reveal who they think the victim will be, but we only have another month left until we find out who Negan has killed.

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There were 11 characters who were lined up by Negan and his Saviors during the Season 6 finale, Rick (Andrew Lincoln, Daryl (Norman Reedus, Glenn (Steven Yeun), Rosita (Christian Serratos), Michonne (Danai Gurira), Abraham (Michael Cudlitz), Maggie (Lauren Cohan), Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green), Aaron (Ross Marquand), Carl (Chandler Riggs) and Eugene (Josh McDermitt). To avoid spoilers, each of these cast members shot their own death scenes, but during a Comic-Con interview, Jeffrey Dean Morgan revealed that he doesn't kill Rick, Daryl or Glenn. In Robert Kirkman's original comics, Glenn is Negan's victim, when he is introduced in the 100th issue.

There have been other reports that claimed two actors were missing from the set during the filming of the third episode, Steven Yeun and Lauren Cohan. Steven Yeun had teased on social media that he's currently in South Korea, filming a role in the upcoming movie Okja for Brad Pitt's Plan B Productions. Lauren Cohan also posted a number of photos in New York City and other locations, while production was under way in Atlanta for this season. Executive producer and director Greg Nicotero also teased that there may be more than one person who is killed off by Negan, so it's possible that both Maggie and Glenn could be killed.

There will also be a number of new characters introduced in The Walking Dead Season 7. Fans will get to meet King Ezekiel (Khary Payton) and his pet tiger Shiva, who both rule over another survivor's colony known as The Kingdom. There will also be a new character named Naomi, described as a "grandmotherly type," and Jennie, said to be a "sunny-side-up" teenager. Take a look at MadTV's The Walking Dead spoof, as we get ready for the Season 7 premiere on Sunday, October 23 at 9 PM ET on AMC.