The Walking Dead has spent six and a half seasons so far piling gruesome tragedy on top of gruesome tragedy, but Glenn Rhee consistently made the zombie apocalypse funnier, more hopeful, and much more exciting. Unfortunately, Glenn's time on the show came to an end in the Season 7 premiere when new bad guy Negan bashed his head in with a baseball bat. The Walking Dead hasn't felt the same without him in the episodes since. Now, in honor of actor Steven Yeun's 33rd birthday on December 21, we've narrowed down six seasons of awesomeness and picked Glenn's best three moments from his time on The Walking Dead. Check 'em out!

3. Glenn Saves Himself With Duct Tape

Season 3 was the first time that the Atlanta survivors faced off against a truly human threat with the Governor and his minions at Woodbury. Glenn and Maggie were captured by Merle while on a formula run for baby Judith, and Merle decided that he would have his revenge on Glenn for the conflict in Season 1 that led to Merle chopping off his own hand. He beat Glenn to a bloody pulp, duct-taped him to a chair, and gave him two options: he could either reveal the location of the prison or be devoured alive by a Walker.

Well, Glenn went the badass route and chose Option #3. When Merle loosed the zombie on him, Glenn busted his way out of the chair, used the duct tape on his arms as armor, and stabbed the Walker through the head with a piece of chair debris.

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