The Walking Dead cast came together for a special talk ahead of the upcoming standalone episode, A Certain Dome.
Fans of the zombie show have been patiently waiting for the special episode and while waiting the cast treated fans by getting together at Comic Con to do a panel.
However, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the panel took place via video call as stars such as Norman Reedus, who plays Daryl, and Melissa McBride, who plays Carol, appeared to talk about the show.
Following 10 series it's fair to say the cast have become quite close friends and have personal banter with one another often during their interviews.
And Comic Con was no different as Norman and Melissa playfully joked around with one another.
So much so that Norman ended up playfully storming off away from his video camera.
The back and forth began as they discussed their two characters relationship throughout the series as fans get ready for series 11 to drop next year.
Despite forming a close bond over the course of ten seasons, Melissa described their friendship as "mehh" in the back half of season ten.
Ahead of the show’s latest episodes, some viewers predicted that the pair's characters would form a romantic relationship, although this didn’t come to fruition.
Carol then put a strain on their close friendship with her reckless pursuit of Whisperer leader, Alpha (Samantha Morton) when she went on a mission to try and kill her.
Norman apparently wasn’t pleased with his co-stars assessment, and drew a face with an awkward squiggly mouth to accompany Melissa's noncommittal noise.
He then laughed along with the rest of the cast, assuring viewers he was joking.
Show runner Angela Kang explained: "The thing about Daryl and Carol is they have one of the coolest relationships on the show.
"It’s so much fun to write for both Norman and Melissa. I think after any long, deep relationship with anybody in people’s lives it gets complicated. The hurt runs deeper."
However, Melissa had nothing but nice things to say about absent co-star Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who portrays the former evil villain turned good guy Negan.
She said it was "very exciting" to work with the Supernatural actor.