AceShowbiz - "The Walking Dead" could be a totally different show if you left it to Andrew Lincoln and Norman Reedus. The two actors spoof the hit AMC series in a skit that aired during NBC's Red Nose Day special on Thursday, May 26.
In the clip, the two "Walking Dead" actors appear as themselves, taking a break in between filming scenes of the show. Josh McDermitt, who portrays Eugene on the AMC series, makes a cameo as a crew member who delivers milkshakes to Lincoln and Reedus. They're not nice to the nerd guy, telling him to go as soon as he gives them their drinks.
After Reedus notices fake blood on Lincoln's face, the two lament the level of horror and gore on their show. Lincoln hopes they could do something "lighter." Reedus agrees, adding that they should do something that could "bring sweetness and light in the world."
Lincoln then begins to envision "The Walking Dead" Red Nose Day Special as the clip takes us inside his head. He imagines the show will feature Sonequa Martin-Green as a boogey-down dancer, Jeff Goldblum and Yvette Nicole Brown as Daryl's family, Dax Shepard and Chris Hardwick who are fighting for the role of Han Solo, David Morrissey dressing as Elvis Presley and many others.
As his idea gets more terrible, Reedus thinks they shouldn't do something like that. "No. Alas, we shot!" Lincoln says in a dramatic voice.
The second annual Red Nose Day special is a fundraising event dedicated to lifting kids out of poverty around the world. Paul Rudd, Ellen DeGeneres, Jay Leno, Elton John, Kristen Bell, Will Ferrell, Tracy Morgan and Emma Watson were among stars who supported the Craig Ferguson-hosted show.