For the sake of discussion and to satisfy my curiosity, I noticed I was in the minority to help kill Larry.
So if you were in the majority that tried to save Larry, did you end up stealing from the car at the end of the episode?
My take: I decided that the situation in the meat locker required us to kill Larry. Pragmatically, it was the correct choice in order to save as many lives as possible in that locker.
Now moving on to the car full of supplies. Logically we can assume it had not been there that long. Possibly the owner(s) left because of the empty tank. I chose not to steal from the car because I believed it was the right thing to do.
Clementine, who is idealistic and naive in a child's way, expresses it's wrong to steal something that's not yours. In my playthrough since episode one, I tried to be morally consistent. The only time I deviated from that was with Larry.
For those that did not kill Larry because you didn't want murder on your hands and then ended up stealing from the car (possibly ruining the owner's chances of survival), what was your reason? Why act humane towards someone who actively disliked you and tried to kill you but then have no problem possibly putting a stranger's life in jeopardy?
Edit: I'm not here condemning any of your decisions. It might have come off that way so I apologize. I was just curious and wanted serious discussion. :)