Mornai wrote: »
Let's see here...
"We'd be fine without you."
"Don't tell me what to do, Lee."
"Yeah, and we don't you sticking your nose where it doesn't belong."
"Don't indulge him Lilly, it's always something with this guy."
"I don't believe you. But guess what? You're stuck with me. I plan to be around long after you're gone, and if you turn... I'll personally be the one to finish you off."
His negative points far outweigh all of his positive ones. I'd say he's a jerk to Lee in about 85% of his scenes. I understand that he's cautious about a convicted killer being near his daughter, but he takes it too far. Not to mention he attempts to murder Lee in the drugstore in episode 1. I don't know about you, but if someone tried to kill me after i just potentially saved their life, i would hold it against them for quite some time.
Despite all that he does, i still try to save him in the meat locker.
Ehkay wrote: »
I personally liked Larry.
Omid's cat wrote: »
"3 months" (with Larry).
Virtumonde wrote: »
He tries to kill you in the drugstore and wants you out of the group and he thinks you are putting everybody in danger because of your past and is also constantly fighting with you and insulting you.
BETTER GIVE THIS OLD CHAP A SECOND CHANCE!
If he didn't try to kill me in the drugstore i could forgive him
Anyway... anybody who attempts to kill me has no place in my book.
loop hole wrote: »
Apart from when manslaughter is a factor of course. Killing someone, for instance "suddenly and as a result of great personal distress"(http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=manslaughter) wouldn't necessarily be judged as immoral in a court of law. This case study is a good example; “A dad's son was kidnapped and murdered. The kidnapper was caught and confessed. The dad saw the kidnapper the next day in an interview and in sudden rage, the dad grabbed a revolver from a nearby officer and killed the kidnapper. The dad was charged with voluntary manslaughter." (http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=manslaughter) I know who and what I thought of when I read that case study. The infamous Lilly road side scene.