Questions about the storyline that didn't make sense to you

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  • Well, if the group refuses to help prevent Sarah from dying in her second scene, then they sure as hell not going to help Luke from dying in all of his scenes either.

    quinnics posted: »

    Why Kenny, when we're all tied up in Carver's truck, wants us to attack yet doesn't untie our hands??? Like, Kenny... you gotta wo

  • No... No it isn't. You're never told that, it's never hinted. Why would her dad teach her anything about Wind turbines?

    Her dad was an engineer, that's how she knew.

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    Walkers are attracted by noise remember, the comics, show, and game really stress that point. The slightest sound is enough to attract walkers to your location. How is it that in the previous episode, walkers are attracted to the sound of water when Lee turns it on in the sewer, but aren't attracted to the sounds of a 37 year old man screaming at the top of his lungs hacking away at them? As soon as he killed the first walker, the rest should have saw him, began to swarm around him, and overpower him, but they just go on with their business and act as if they don't see anything. And no it's not because the walker guts were getting on him and it disguised him, because that only works if you continue to act like a walker. Once you stop acting like one and do anything that somewhat resembles acting like a human, the walkers can easily tell the difference and would begin to attack you, like with Carlos and Sarita in In Harms Way. There's no way Lee, based on what we know about walkers in TWD universe, should have been able to clear a path like that without the walkers noticing. Especially when you had puzzles in previous episodes about either using sound to distract them or preventing sound from attracting them, you can't just decide when that rule applies and when it doesn't, and both seasons are guilty of this, it's not just Season 1.

    The whole Lee badass scene in episode 5 doesn't make any sense based on what we know about walkers. MetallicaRules , What do you mean by that?

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    Not only the story line tho, like most of the people say , how the hell did the baby survive at the winter with just blankets and the group not thinking about how they suppose gonna find food also it seems they dont really have a plan than yhe s1 characters also had a plan like finding a temporary stay with food supplies and guns or clothing, electric fence or any other thing to make them feel safe... but s2 was all about pointless/boring objective like teaching sarah to defend herself wich really not worth it and asking clem to do this and that... well after the another new characters which make them determinant in the end.. yeah kinda like forced or just rushed... like hey how about we add another a little story about this character telling her a little past about she and her sister, well mike doesnt have a story , but at least telltale give him a little spotlight because the episodes are rushed 100% and add russians, well i expect it will become more interesting because i thought before the finale released my prediction before ... is like they will be captured and hostaged by the russians and we dont know or surprised that another unkown , old char of s1 will appear.. and as for kenny.. the loud man with the beard i know what's goin on him all along till the end of the episode lel.. and again i felt sooooooo cliffhang about the cabins, howes hardware and the russian groups... i wanna know more or even tho not so much about them .. just like the other minor characters in s1 ...

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    and clementine.. with the truck scene.. "It's snowing, why they are still moving?"

    quinnics posted: »

    Why Kenny, when we're all tied up in Carver's truck, wants us to attack yet doesn't untie our hands??? Like, Kenny... you gotta wo

  • but there is another rule of walkers that is under used: walkers don't think in the logical sense. I this is illustrated on the episode that meet Eugene. The Walker sees Eugene down a bridge and just fail three stroies. Maybe the walkers didn't know where the sound was coming from.

    Walkers are attracted by noise remember, the comics, show, and game really stress that point. The slightest sound is enough to att

  • She says so in episode one if you ask her what do her parents do.

    "My dad is an engineer, my mom is a doctor"

    Talimancer posted: »

    No... No it isn't. You're never told that, it's never hinted. Why would her dad teach her anything about Wind turbines?

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    while I do sway more to the side that it shouldn't have been possible for Lee to get out unscathed as he did in the badass mega herd scene, but later on when Lee makes it to the Marsh House, he and Clementine notice when they're leaving that the walker doesn't bite Lee b/c he's covered in walker guts.It's a bit of stretch considering how much yelling went on (it technically should've been enough to set the walkers onto Lee), but it's probably that the infection in Lee had spread enough and he was covered in enough gook that the surrounding walkers simply took him for one of their own...walkers don't actively kill one another, but they don't actively look out for one another either.

    Walkers are attracted by noise remember, the comics, show, and game really stress that point. The slightest sound is enough to att

  • She's never told that she's learnt anything about Mechanics from her father.

    She says so in episode one if you ask her what do her parents do. "My dad is an engineer, my mom is a doctor"

  • Also, I still find it odd that we, the eleven year old, had to comfort Jane (who knew him for like two days) after Luke died, yet nobody tried to see how we felt about it. Gahh, that irritated me so much.

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    Rebecca's water breaks.

    Have an option to say "What does that mean?!?"

    What was Clementine doing with pregnant Christa again?

  • Who is George? Carver mentioned him in A House Divided

  • Some guy Alvin murdered. Bonnie was talking about him in Ep3 too, but I forgot.

    after finding that out I realized what kind of hypocrite Alvin was to Nick.

    Yo-da-Man posted: »

    Who is George? Carver mentioned him in A House Divided

  • edited June 2015

    Also since every adult in the group depends on Clementine. After she fell in the frozen lake, I can see how everyone is taking care of her cold:

    Kenny complains about Avro and the household, Mike is regreting not going around the lake,Bonnie blames Kenny, Jane looking for supplies to stick to Kenny's face, Avro death glaring Clem, and AJ...was...somewhere... all the while Clem was freezing.

    I am baffled by this.

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    That scene was just so bizarre because no one seemed to even notice how Clem was freezing to death except for Jane, who was appropriately freaking out over it. And no one acknowledges Jane freaking out either.

    Jane: "We need to start a fire! She's gonna freeze to death!"

    Jane runs off as everyone else ignores her.

    ...Like, what?

    TheMPerson posted: »

    Also since every adult in the group depends on Clementine. After she fell in the frozen lake, I can see how everyone is taking car

  • He touches clem's hat in season 2 episode 2, so he must be killed.

    He survives that one but doesn't when Clem shoots him.

  • The thing was attacking his dog! What do you want him to do? Just watch?

    I hope you didn't hurt it. Either way, that's pretty awful and I hope you never do something like that again. That's the kind of shit that gets you in the headlines and a cop at your door.

  • Their actual reasoning was because "He would take to much away from developing the cabin group" at least thats what I read somewhere

    That shit about Ralph pisses me off. Was there any reason to cut his story?

  • I think they kill characters because they run out of subtitle colors.

    prink34320 posted: »

    It's a great way to show how the writer's don't give a crap about the characters they create. It feels like allot of characters were lost potential.

  • Well if you think about he never gave any personal detail to the group so he didn't really bond with them, he's helped Reggie by cutting his arm off so he wouldn't turn, he's never really done anything bad, even when Kenny was wailing on him he didn't become aggressive. He wanted to risk his life to get the group out so that Clementine wouldn't have to. The thing is we don't really know about Mike so we can't really pinpoint an actual reason, we can only assume :x

    That sounds too simple. I don't think people go to those extremes( leaving a little girl to starve) , just because he's a good guy. There has to be a stronger motive than that.

  • Maybe her dad took her to a wind turbine.

    Talimancer posted: »

    She's never told that she's learnt anything about Mechanics from her father.

  • Until we find the reason why(hopefully in season 3), I'm going to assume Mike abandons Clem because he can relate more to Arvo losing his group and his fear of Kenny.

    prink34320 posted: »

    Well if you think about he never gave any personal detail to the group so he didn't really bond with them, he's helped Reggie by c

  • We've seen that situation before with Sarah's second death, the group just stare dumbfounded while Jane of all people is the one to 'help' her, but only if she's persuaded to do so.

    They let a little girl die because they don't have the common sense to work together as team, and it nearly happens again with Clementine because the group forgets what teamwork means.

    That scene was just so bizarre because no one seemed to even notice how Clem was freezing to death except for Jane, who was approp

  • How?

    AGentlman posted: »

    Their actual reasoning was because "He would take to much away from developing the cabin group" at least thats what I read somewhere

  • It's assumed since she fucking turned off a wind turbine so yeah.

    Talimancer posted: »

    She's never told that she's learnt anything about Mechanics from her father.

  • So no, you're spouting bullshit

    It's assumed since she fucking turned off a wind turbine so yeah.

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    He touches clem's hat in season 2 episode 2, so he must be killed.

  • No idea lol

    How?

  • maybe it's because Ralph was originally supposed to be Mike...the scar on Mike's face and ear was supposed to have been from that off screen gun shot between him and Christa...and there was supposed to be a chance for Clem to recognize and confront Mike in In Harm's Way

    How?

  • Would've been better since Mike had no backstory and was sort of just a background guy anyway.

    Aerie88 posted: »

    maybe it's because Ralph was originally supposed to be Mike...the scar on Mike's face and ear was supposed to have been from that

  • Dude stop arguing good lord you are inconsistent. It is assumed, not fact, that her dad has taught her things of engineering and such during her childhood, since what else would be the answer? She just knew because of plot?

    Talimancer posted: »

    So no, you're spouting bullshit

  • Exactly, she knew due to shoddy writing, plus it's not like she fucking whipped out a toolbox and fixed the mechanisms, she turned a key. But yet the fact the cabin group left this responsibility to Clementine just shows how she always has to be relevant to the plot due to being the main character.

    Dude stop arguing good lord you are inconsistent. It is assumed, not fact, that her dad has taught her things of engineering and such during her childhood, since what else would be the answer? She just knew because of plot?

  • DAAAAMN! best review of S2 ive ever seen.... totally agree... the difference in S1 and S2 was huge!.. I hope S3 pulls its back or ill be looking for something else I hate to say...

    Clemenem posted: »

    A few things I'd like to point out about that trash ass lake scene The whole lake scene has to be one of the biggest emotionall

  • Great example is Pete and Kenny

    I think they kill characters because they run out of subtitle colors.

  • Lee says zombies because zombies are already a known thing through movies/shows and stuff in the comic universe. It's the TV show where they have never seen anything like it before so they call it walkers or biters.

    Wait, why just Season 2, Season 1 has plenty of story line problems as well. * The hospital in episodes 4 and 5 doesn't make

  • Maybe Clem was opening the door so everyone else would be able to see the boat? That's my best guess. :B

    Aerie88 posted: »

    but now, seeing the little vent thing on the side...I watched the video to the point where Lee is looking for Clementine and for a

  • Maybe, but it would've made more sense for her to simply crawl out and tell the adults

    RuffPuff posted: »

    Maybe Clem was opening the door so everyone else would be able to see the boat? That's my best guess. :B

  • Exactly. What a bunch of dumbasses. They even forget about her in the matter of seconds. Same with Nick.

    RichWalk23 posted: »

    We've seen that situation before with Sarah's second death, the group just stare dumbfounded while Jane of all people is the one t

  • Clementine still having her hat after surviving her fall in the river.

    prink34320 posted: »

    Clementine surviving her fall in the river.

  • George was a guy that lived in Carver's compound. The two seemed pretty close, since Carver took personal offense to his murder. Alvin killed George when the cabin group was making their first escape.

    Yo-da-Man posted: »

    Who is George? Carver mentioned him in A House Divided

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