The cast hits the stage to the sound of cheers except for David Morrissey who gets booed.
Chad Coleman mentions about being a recent addition to the Walking Dead family.
He loves that challenges of being an actor and other actors that inspire you and writers that inspire you and Tyreese is a guy who needs strong reasoning for his actions and he's now living a world that just won't allow for that kind of thinking.
Morrissey mentions that the Governor was and feels betrayed at the end of the third season.
Norman Reedus is talking about all the changes Daryl has gone through and how he's found something important inside that would have never happened if not for everything happening around him.
Reedus feels everyone is different from the first season which is a good thing to him.
Danai Gurira talks about the importance of the characters finding something in a hopeless world.
Fans start to ask some questions.
Fan wants to know if Rick and Michonne could ever become a couple and Lincoln says they are playing footsies.
Reedus says he is looking for Darly and Michonne to get it on and maybe Rick can join in. This comments get much applause.
Lincoln mentions that losing characters on the show is a very real thing because it's a grief process of not working with that actor again.
In the production offices, they have an actor headshot of every dead character and they hang them on the walls. The refer to it as 'The Grateful Dead.'
Steven Yeun finally speaks up and says he loves how Glenn has been able to do it all on the show from action to romance.
Kirkman mentions that if The Walking Dead happened in real life that he would just knock himself off.
The audience is trying to get Morrissey to sing but he's not going for it.