Your favourite scene in each episode.

edited February 2014 in The Walking Dead

I've noticed I've replayed certain scenes in all of the episodes simply because I thought they were just too awesome and done excellently. Now I want to know what your favourite scenes are! (ONLY ONE PER EPISODE). Here are mine from each episode of The Walking Dead, including Season 2:

  • A New Day: Meeting Lilly's group at the drugstore
  • Starved For Help: The Meet Locker
  • Long Road Ahead: Taking Care Of Duck
  • Around Every Corner: Ben Confesses
  • No Time Left: Confronting the Stranger
  • 400 Days: Shel's Story (Deciding the scavengers fate)
  • All the Remains: Clementine talks to Carlos, Nick, Luke and Rebecca in the kitchen

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  • edited February 2014

    A New Day: Walkers storming the drug store

    Starved For Help: The meat locker, runner up is fighting Andy and the scene afterwards

    A Long Road Ahead: Teaching Clem to shoot, runner up is convincing Kenny to stop the train

    Around Every Corner: Ben's confession, runner up is meeting Vernon's group

    No Time Left: The entire jewelry store sequence

    400 Days: Russel's story: Interacting with Nate

    All That Remains: Clementine's conversation in the kitchen with Luke, runner up is blackmailing Rebecca

  • the amount of feels when Clem sees her parents as walkers

  • edited February 2014

    A New Day: Lights flicker off at the motel right after the group leaders express hope.

    Starved For Help: "Did you lick it?"

    Long Road Ahead: Lee telling a personal story to Clem right after Carley/Doug is murdered (laughed the first time I heard the Mom one).
    Around Every Corner: Pull Ben up?/Let him go? I tend to choose to save him.

    No Time Left: Confronting the Stranger (yeah, me too).

    400 Days: Wyatt and Eddie joking and bickering around. Shel's story comes very close though.

    All That Remains: I just found out Sam lets you pet him without growling after you search the camp and play with him a bit. Small but sweet. (plus I wanted to pick something different than you did)

  • edited February 2014

    A New Day: Lee meeting Clementine.

    Starved For Help: The meat locker.

    Long Road Ahead: Teaching Clem how to shoot.

    Around Every Corner: When they went to Crawford.

    No Time Left: Lee hacking through the walkers to get to the hotel.

    400 Days: Wyatt and Eddie in the car.

    All That Remains: I know it was gross and hard to watch, but, Clem stitching herself up. That will stay with me a long time.

  • edited February 2014

    New day: Clearing the Walkers at the motel

    Starved for help- Brenda and Kat scene

    Long road ahead: RV Scene, It was just so tense

    Around every corner: Clems first kill

    No time left: The stranger fight

    400 days: Cornfield

    All that remains: Sam's betrayal

  • GOUSTTTTGOUSTTTT Banned
    edited February 2014

    A New Day: Meeting Clem.

    Starved For Help: The Meat Locker.

    Long Road Ahead: Teaching Clem how to shoot.

    Around Every Corner: Lee get's bitten.

    No Time Left: Lee & Clem's last moment together.

    400 Days: Vince's Story.

    All That Remains: Clem stitching her arm up.

  • You enjoyed seeing Lee get bitten!?

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    GOUSTTTT posted: »

    A New Day: Meeting Clem. Starved For Help: The Meat Locker. Long Road Ahead: Teaching Clem how to shoot. Around Every Corne

  • I didn't enjoy it but the shock i had when it happened was Huge.

    You enjoyed seeing Lee get bitten!?

  • edited February 2014

    S1EP1 - Walkers breaking into the drugstore,the very end of the episode.

    S1EP2 - Also the very end of the episode,technically everything that happens after you escape the Barn. Episode endings are the best. :P

    S1EP3 - Lily's scene after you get out of the Motel in the RV,as well as shooting Carley. Practically that entire sequence. Also,I very much enjoy the sequence in which you meet Omid and Christa,as well as exploring the abandoned train station with Clementine,as it was the first time Clem and Lee actually fully work together to accomplish something. What can I say,EP3 was that good. :P

    S1EP4 - Absolutely the scene in which you fight back to the top of the bell,after opening the doors and attracting the walkers (also,including the Ben-choice). That was one hell of a masterpiece.

    S1EP5 - The scene in which Kenny dies,as well as the conversation in the attic between Christa,Omid,Lee and Kenny. Very well written.

    S2EP1 - None.

  • Ep 1, S1- Everything after the pharmacy's alarm went off was pure EPIC. Some of the best writing ever incorporated into a video game.

    Ep 2, S1- When you sneak around the house in search of Mark and find one of the most disturbing scenes possible... that and Kenny calling Lee an urban.

    Ep 3, S1- When Ben spots the massive herd while the train tanker is getting cut. This and Lee teaching Clementine how to shoot a gun.

    Ep 4, S1- When the group breaks out of Crawford as dawn breaks. That whole part was spectacular writing, but the highlight of that would have had to have been when Lee either saves Ben or lets him go. The ultimate climax.

    Ep 5, s1- When Lee realizes that love is when you put someone else's life before your own and braves Savannah's herds to find Clem, the one reason he has left to keep living. This and also the group's final stand as they defend the mansion.

    400 Days- Everything about Russell's story and Wyatt's story, due to the presence of Nate. Made me realize that I need a psychologically unstable friend when the next apocalypse comes around.

    Ep 1, S2- Getting ambushed by the bandits was a pretty great scene, but was on-par with exploring the house and getting to know the survivors, most of which I found to be pretty good.

    And that is all :)

  • edited February 2014

    S1 Ep1: Defending Duck at the Drugstore.

    S1 Ep2: Deciding who you give to food to.

    S1 Ep3: Getting Kenny to stop the train.

    S1 Ep4: Kenny's Bro speech.

    S1 Ep5: Lee's last Stand! Fighting his way though the zombie horde.

    400 Days: Every scene including Nate in it!

    S2 Ep1: The scene where Clem tells Luke about Lee.

    S2 Ep2: The moment when Kenny returns!!!

  • edited February 2014
    • S1 Ep1: Saving doug.

    • S1 Ep2: The entire bloody episode, pure perfection.

    • S1 Ep3: Stop on the road.

    • S1 Ep4: The belltower decision.

    • S1 Ep5: The ending in the jewerly store. Runner up is kennys "supposed" death.

    • 400 days: The roadside part in russels episode.

    • S2 Ep1: The talk with luke.

  • s1e1 - Pharmacy escape
    s1e2 - Dinner
    s1e3 - Lee's nighmare in the RV
    s1e4 - Climbing the belltower
    s1e5 - Attic
    400d - Cornfield
    s2e1 - Dog

  • S1E1 - When walkers invaded the drugstore at the end
    S1E2 - The intro (Chopping off David's leg)
    S1E3 - When Bandits attacked the motor inn
    S1E4 - When Ben took the weapon off the door and all the walker's came into the school at Crawford
    S1E5 - Lee's death
    400 Days - Vince's story
    S2E1 - Intro (Bathroom Scene)

  • edited February 2014

    Episode 1: Motor Inn Post-Episode chats

    Episode 2: Fighting Andy St. John

    Episode 3: Getting Kenny to stop the train (Can't express how much I love this scene and all the various ways it can happen.)

    Episode 4: Belltower

    Episode 5: Fighting through the Savannah herd (This episode has so many amazing scenes that it is near-impossible to pick one...)

    400 Days: Wyatt and Eddie in the car

    Episode 1 (S2): Sharing Clem's past with Luke

  • Police station?

    * S1 Ep1: Saving doug. * S1 Ep2: The entire bloody episode, pure perfection. * S1 Ep3: Stop on the road. * S1 Ep4: The bell

  • edited February 2014

    At the ending, with lee and clementine... I believe that they're in a police station.

    EDIT: There is a police officer after all.

    Tyranniac posted: »

    Police station?

  • Jewelry store, bro.

    At the ending, with lee and clementine... I believe that they're in a police station. EDIT: There is a police officer after all.

  • Ahhh, I thought that guy was a police officer, not a security guard... my bad :P

    Jewelry store, bro.

  • edited February 2014
    • S1E1: Meeting Clementine for the first time
    • S1E2: Fighting the St. John family
    • S1E3: Lilly killing Carley
    • S1E4: The entire Crawford sequence
    • S1E5: Lee's final moments
    • S2E1: Clementine stitching her arm and the talk with Luke
  • edited February 2014

    There there...

    Ahhh, I thought that guy was a police officer, not a security guard... my bad :P

  • I didn´t remember Katja and Duck were still alive in Episode 4...but maybe i am wrong:D

    Mr_Eeuss posted: »

    * S1E1: Meeting Clementine for the first time * * S1E2: Fighting the St. John family * * S1E3: Lilly killing Carley * * S1E

  • Whoops! Fixed.

    I didn´t remember Katja and Duck were still alive in Episode 4...but maybe i am wrong:D

  • CathalOHaraCathalOHara Moderator
    edited February 2014
    • A New Day: The conversation you have with Clementine when you're moving the desk out of the way in the office.

    • Starved For Help: Fighting the St. John's.

    • Long Road Ahead: Jumping off the train with Omid. Lee: "Fine, stay here and we'll take care of your lady" Omid: "To hell you will!"

    • Around Every Corner: Laying the smackdown on Molly successfully, them QTEs where you're fighting her are the most difficult QTEs in the game.

    • No Time Left: The entire episode from getting to the Marsh house taking out all of them walkers, to the tragic ending.

    • 400 Days: Shel's Story.

    • All That Remains: Fighting against Winston or the conversation with Luke.

  • EP. 1- Walkers storming drug store
    EP. 2- "Put the gun down, b*tch!" Or handing food to people
    EP. 3- Very end, when Campman's talking to you, leaves such a cliffhanger for the next episode
    EP. 4- Going up bell tower with hatchet and shotgun (most awesome part of the game IMO)
    EP. 5- Fighting Campman
    400 Days- Russell's story from when Nate shows up onwards
    S2 EP. 1- When Omid gets shot (not that I liked it, just the whole thing was well written)

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