Norman Reedus dished to ET about the upcoming seventh season of The Walking Dead, which he says is well worth the wait.
"It's mind-blowing," Reedus told ET's Katie Krause. "The thing about the show is it's so personal to us. There's death of friends and death of each other, and it's kind of hard to talk about, you know?"
While Reedus assured us fans will be satisfied with where the show is going, he admitted that it won't leave them with any warm, fuzzy feelings. In fact, he joked that this season might lead some viewers to take their frustrations out on their own belongings.
"It will definitely be emotional," Reedus promised. "Things will be broken in their homes."
ET caught up with the 47-year-old actor over the weekend at Spike TV's Guys Choice Awards in Culver City, California, where he told us about his most manly trait.
"I'm learning how to make a perfect poached egg right now," he said. "I'm kind of cheating because I have one of those pans with the little circle cups in it, but that will eventually turn into Eggs Benedict, then I will reach full manhood."
The Walking Dead returns to AMC in October, but in the meantime, Reedus is gearing up for his other AMC show, Ride With Norman Reedus, premiering June 12 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
"It's like a travel docuseries through the United States on motorcycles," Reedus explained. "I take a buddy; we go on a ride; he teaches me things. We meet people; we learn new things; we try crazy things. It's a lot of fun."