der_ketzer wrote: »
He said I let Clem eat human meat. Which I did not...
I cannot remember the rest. But the scene & conversation was the best part of the whole season for me.
Chris-Sabian wrote: »
Me too. He told me things I didn’t do. I ended up thinking he was utterly delusional…
I didn’t apologize for what I did. I mean, what the heck. He should have understood that I also gave all the food I had to the kids back at the motel.
I think he just wanted to find something to blame for what happened to him and his family. Even though I felt bad for him, he was a sick man.
By the way, how the heck could he go through the zombies at the entrance of the motel?
I think he got to the motel before they showed up. And was waiting on them to leave
Chris-Sabian wrote: »
I thought that too but since Clementine’s parents are seen right outside at the end, and since they were at the hotel before the outbreak, I figured the zombies had been there the whole time.
Also, He may have stalked the group since the beginning, since his car is seen at the hotel, so he must have stayed in the woods by the dairy and he possibly came in contact with the retarded brothers at the dairy.
The fun thing with Campman is you don't know what he did before to survive. He is obviously a self-loathing man who puts all his faults on Lee and his group as a way to cope with himself regardless of what Lee did. For all we know, he may have killed his son in the woods, or was involved with bandits and the St. Johns, or did any number of horrible things to survive. He could've been just a broken family man with a lust for revenge or both that and a real sick and twisted man who killed many people throughout his quest to survive.
There is an awful lot of diluted blood on the man's clothes which may or may not just be from walkers, but he obviously got more supplies, food, and gasoline from somewhere; I doubt it was all as a result of moral nature. We will never know though, but he seems to be trying to convince himself that he is not evil when talking to Lee, implying that there is a great deal more to his story than what he tells about his family. He did horrible things, but has a chance to make himself feel better by begrudging someone else who made mistakes. I did love that mystique though and I never expected to be having a philosophical conversation with the final antagonist in a quiet room as if never is happening in the world.
DreadMagus wrote: »
Wait.... I think he accused me of not helping Hershal's kid.
Rock114 wrote: »
He called me on killing Danny and leaving Lilly. He had no idea why my Lee did the things he did, and I stuck by my choices. I'd challenge him to do better in Lee's place.
Hidan13 wrote: »
I'm paraphrasing, as I completely forget what they are.
"You let her(Clementine) walk into a dairy full of sick people!"
(Going to the dairy in episode two)
"You let a man die to help protect a pretty girl with a gun."
(Carly or Doug)
"You left a grieving women on the side of the road to die."