Who was being ruder at dinner

edited March 2014 in The Walking Dead

Well Luke and Kenny did not quite kick it off at dinner. Do you think kenny said something too much, or nick and luke over reacted

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  • I love Kenny but he was kind of a jerk and that Joker laugh was unsettling

  • Kenny was picking a fight for no reason. "Vanilla Ice"?

  • I love Kenny as well, but I told him off for telling Luke and Nick that I was staying with him! I was like "Woah I haven't made up my mind yet! Don't say that!" haha.

  • I'm gonna have to go with Kenny. There was already tension, he just fanned the flames. Completely unnecessary. (though I have to say, Vanilla Ice was pretty hilarious)

  • I'm a big Kenny fan and yeah, it was definitely him.

  • Kenny. Nick was just expressing his opinion in a mild way. Kenny either took it to harshly or he really needs to work on his people skills.

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    Kenny started out well enough trying to ask about the meal but then things got awkward/uncomfortable with the with peaches and beans joke. And then the whole "look like a match" comment seemed to get Nick's hackles up (I don't think that was Kenny's intent though) so when Wellington comes up he spares no time in showing his disdain for the idea. Everything snowballed from there. I think as far as rudeness goes Nick and Kenny were the worst offenders with Luke at least being guilty of not reigning Nick in (when he made the "bullshit" comment).

  • Its mostly Kenny's fault for butting in and stirring shit. The argument about Wellington is really just how Nick and Kenny are dealing with their respective tragedies. With Pete's recent death, Nick sees no hope for the future and doesnt believe in safe haven at this point. Kenny lives in a fantasy world in which he gets an idea in his head that something will work and he'll stop anything to try and get it, like his boat idea. Its the same as Kenny was in all of S1, anyone that opposes his idea, he will berate and simply disregard their argument.

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    How did Kenny stir shit (coming to sit at the table doesn't count, he's not the guest)? It's not like he can take into account Nick's tragedy since I doubt anyone told him about that. Both he and Nick could've taken the high ground with the other but neither character has that personality type.

    Apples posted: »

    Its mostly Kenny's fault for butting in and stirring shit. The argument about Wellington is really just how Nick and Kenny are dea

  • i think kenny was fine. he's a bit... off this episode, but i didn't think he had said anything wrong. luke would be to blame here. he had misgivings about how people would react when they found out nick killed matthew, and it would also ruin the current meta that luke has created. everybody turns to him for the plan, and now that there's a new group sayin "hey, we're goin to the same place, and clem seems alright with you guys, you should come along." with clem and kenny having a history, he was already feeling like he was potentially losing control, and if the groups did join together, they wouldn't need luke to tell them what to do.

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    Kenny should have taken Nick's throat out with his fork before the walkers got around to it later in the episode.

    Then Nick would have been Vanilla Iced.

  • That's why everyone loves Kenny, he's funny and rude at the same time.

  • apparently this topic has a huge luke love or anti-kenny following if you look at the likes vs dislikes. lol

    TheCygi posted: »

    i think kenny was fine. he's a bit... off this episode, but i didn't think he had said anything wrong. luke would be to blame here

  • you call a guy "vanilla ice" then your just asking for a fight

    KCohere posted: »

    Kenny was picking a fight for no reason. "Vanilla Ice"?

  • Kenny was being ruder

  • I disagree with you, but this was funny so you get an up-vote.

    Lemoncakes posted: »

    Kenny should have taken Nick's throat out with his fork before the walkers got around to it later in the episode. Then Nick would have been Vanilla Iced.

  • I think they both were childish douches, over a little girl.

  • of course the rude one is kenny,especially his joke about peaches & beans

  • edited March 2014

    lol kenny's joke Vanilla Ice..
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  • What?

    Lemoncakes posted: »

    Kenny should have taken Nick's throat out with his fork before the walkers got around to it later in the episode. Then Nick would have been Vanilla Iced.

  • TheGeek11 posted: »

    lol kenny's joke Vanilla Ice..

  • That was so funny even though i dont agree at all

    Lemoncakes posted: »

    Kenny should have taken Nick's throat out with his fork before the walkers got around to it later in the episode. Then Nick would have been Vanilla Iced.

  • Aw i think kenny was just being an overprotective papa bear. I love that he was acting like an embarrassing parent or uncle to clem xD

  • DeceptioDeceptio Banned
    edited March 2014

    Don't worry, just trolls and Luke lovers.

    TheCygi posted: »

    apparently this topic has a huge luke love or anti-kenny following if you look at the likes vs dislikes. lol

  • I don't get the "Vanilla Ice". Is that some kind of slang ?

  • Vanilla Ice is a rapper who often wears a baseball cap. He was popular in the 90's.

    And as much as I love Kenny, he was completely out of line.

    Azurean posted: »

    I don't get the "Vanilla Ice". Is that some kind of slang ?

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    Jesus guys, he's from Florida! Crazy shit just comes out of his mouth sometimes

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    Lahkesis posted: »

    Vanilla Ice is a rapper who often wears a baseball cap. He was popular in the 90's. And as much as I love Kenny, he was completely out of line.

  • edited March 2014

    Definitely Kenny, but the Vanilla Ice thing was priceless.

  • edited March 2014

    I posted this after you so I'll take mine down, didn't notice you had posted it. Great video lol.

  • edited March 2014

    Kenny was the ruder one... but I think I understand why: He's lost everything, then Clem shows up and I guess he sees Luke and the others as a threat. Maybe he's scared that they'll take her away from him?
    It makes me sad to say it but I think Kenny's losing it a bit.

  • It annoys me that Nick didn't tell Kenny to stop, collaborate and listen.

    you call a guy "vanilla ice" then your just asking for a fight

  • Kenny's personality kinda reminds me of Vegeta from DBZ, I don't know why exactly though.

  • The Vanilla Ice reference makes more sense once you know that Nick was supposed to have a backwards cap but his design changed.

    Lahkesis posted: »

    Vanilla Ice is a rapper who often wears a baseball cap. He was popular in the 90's. And as much as I love Kenny, he was completely out of line.

  • That little girl basically decides who lives and who dies.

    I think they both were childish douches, over a little girl.

  • Obviously Nick was being rude because he didn't agree with Kenny! Retarded.

  • Kenny was being ruder, although he's gone through some pretty horrible things and he's most likely not alright in the head because of that. At the same time, Nick and Luke had no way of knowing that, so I really don't blame anyone.

  • I didn't like how Luke immediately asked "Who's Duck?", after Kenny's error . He could clearly see that it was an awkward affair for both - Kenny and Clem. But I guess Luke didn't want to be rude, he just isn't the sharpest knife in the drawer.

  • edited March 2014

    Kenny didn't say anything offending actualy . He said the two of them " sure do look like a match ", but he wasn't trying to offend them. He's from Florida, crazy shit just comes out of his mouth sometimes. It's like the time he called Lee a " Urban ". After that happened Kenny told them about his plan to go to Wellington and Nick said " Sounds like Bullshit " and " fuck you buddy " , so Kenny mouthed back.

  • Kenny took it pretty harshly when it was just a mild comment, he definitely overreacted. Still, he overreacted in a hilarious fashion.

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