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What if Dave Fennoy said "Previously, on the Walking Dead..." to open episode 6?

posted by Robert Morgan on - last edited - Viewed by 2.9K users
I think it might be a nice little touch by Telltale, and add an eerie vibe to the beginning of season 2. We're literally hearing Lee's ghost speak to us.
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  • I watched Cry and pew or whatever his name is and I still do not see the sadness it is a zombie apocalypse I lost count of how many I have seen but it is an apocalypse people are going to die there are not a lot of people (if any) left by the end of the movies.
  • DomeWing333;827875 said:
    You're confusing him with Ehkay. Robert Morgan likes Clem. Wants her to live out the apocalypse all happy-like.
    Get back to me when you're feeling in a less "trolly" mood.
  • Bioshock Infinite WD;827831 said:
    Well maybe Dave for the first one, then someone else, I would like to her Clementine say it at least once.
    How about a different person for each episode. Like somebody who really impacted the episode number in Season 1?

    Like:

    In S2's first Episode, we'll hear "Previously on..." from the voice of Lee, and it shows the events of S1.

    The next four episode's previously ons would show the previous episode.

    Episode 2 would be the voice of Lilly.

    Episode 3 would be the voice of Kenny.

    Episode 4 would be the voice of Ben.

    Episode 5 would be Clementine.

    Unless we don't want to dwell on the past and just have characters from Season 2 say it.
  • Robert Morgan;827884 said:
    Get back to me when you're feeling in a less "trolly" mood.
    I think DomeWing is being completely genuine. The other poster wishes abject misery and doom for Clementine. Anything in the opposing direction is "happy-like" enough for me ;)

    I'm quite willing to be completely wrong, however. I frequently am.
  • Robert Morgan;827884 said:
    Get back to me when you're feeling in a less "trolly" mood.
    ...that was trolly? Sure it was a bit of an oversimplification but it's not untrue. All of us would like Clem to live out the zombie apocalypse all happy-like. Well, almost all of us.
  • Sorry I did not read that part, sorry I met that one guy.
  • Sick Octopus;827895 said:
    I think DomeWing is being completely genuine. The other poster wishes abject misery and doom for Clementine. Anything in the opposing direction is "happy-like" enough for me ;)
    Yes, because any ending that DOESN'T have Clem being eaten alive by walkers or raped to death by a gang of thugs is automatically overflowing with unicorns, rainbows, and pixie dust.

    I'm sorry, but that kind of attitude is complete bullshit.
  • Robert Morgan;827902 said:
    Yes, because any ending that DOESN'T have Clem being eaten alive by walkers or raped to death by a gang of thugs is automatically overflowing with unicorns, rainbows, and pixie dust.

    I'm sorry, but that kind of attitude is complete bullshit.
    Sick Octopus;827895 said:
    Anything in the opposing direction is "happy-like" enough for me ;)

    That's a big fucking anything. It doesn't necessitate jumping to to My Little Clementine, Walkers are Magic .

    It better not.
  • Sick Octopus;827906 said:
    That's a big fucking anything. It doesn't necessitate jumping to to My Little Clementine, Walkers are Magic .

    It better not.
    Don't act like you wouldn't watch the shit out of that.
  • That would be the best show for little girls, not men in there 30s.
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