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Chuck is Terry St. John

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I know everyone has been speculating that Chuck might be Terry St. John but there was one thing in Episode 3 that really kind of hinted that he is tied to to Save Lots bandits and the St. John's family for me. When talking to him at the front of the train he mentions something along the lines of "I don't mean to tell you how to do your job, but too many people have died already... and seeing another little girl die might just do me in.", and I couldn't help but think if this original girl that he is talking about is Jolene's daughter and that these many people who have died already are the ones that the St. John's have been preparing for meals. Think about it she was raped and kidnapped and he might have witnessed Jolene's daughter killed by the St. John's to be prepared for eating :eek:. This act of killing Jolene's daughter by the St. John's family might have been the driving force behind Chuck abandoning his original family the St. Johns. What do you guys think?? :confused:

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  • @Felldoh said: I know everyone has been speculating that Chuck might be Terry St. John but there was one thing in Episode 3 that really kind of hinted that he is tied to to Save Lots bandits and the St. John's family for me. When talking to him at the front of the train he mentions something along the lines of "I don't mean to tell you how to do your job, but too many people have died already... and seeing another little girl die might just do me in.", and I couldn't help but think if this original girl that he is talking about is Jolene's daughter and that these many people who have died already are the ones that the St. John's have been preparing for meals. Think about it she was raped and kidnapped and he might have witnessed Jolene's daughter killed by the St. John's to be prepared for eating :eek:. This act of killing Jolene's daughter by the St. John's family might have been the driving force behind Chuck abandoning his original family the St. Johns. What do you guys think?? :confused:



    You may have a point. Telltale always does make the story dark and twisted :D

  • He definitely has the blocky face of that St.John with the black shirt on...

  • Why does everyone have to have some tie I with previous characters? The St Johns is dealt with and over. Chuck is some random homeless guy who's been alone for 14 years and has no clue where his family is. damnit.

  • one problem though. I think he says he hasn't seen his family for 14 years..... no way they have been doing it that long

  • @jangjangchang said: Why does everyone have to have some tie I with previous characters? The St Johns is dealt with and over. Chuck is some random homeless guy who's been alone for 14 years and has no clue where his family is. damnit.



    my story to the Cop in Ep1 was I was Clementines babysitter; not a convicted felon on the run :)

  • @Zombies are Awesome! said: one problem though. I think he says he hasn't seen his family for 14 years..... no way they have been doing it that long



    I was thinking this too but Chuck could just be hiding his past or just lying about not seeing his family for that long, because what he witnessed back at the St. John's was just too hard on him and he might not want others knowing about these sick people or his past.

  • @Felldoh said: I was thinking this too but Chuck could just be hiding his past or just lying about not seeing his family for that long, because what he witnessed back at the St. John's was just too hard on him and he might not want others knowing about these sick people or his past.



    could be, i certainly would want to forget something like that. And i definitively wouldn't tell strangers about it

  • Nothing speaks for Chuck being Terry.
    But also nothing speaks against it. If you paid attention to the picture of the St. John house before discovering Mark being eaten you see a picture of Terry and Brenda. Could be Chuck or not. Is possible.

    Again, nothing speaks for it, nothing speaks against it. We will see. So far not enough information have been given to draw conclusions.

  • It'd likely be more interesting for him being a (hopefully) ex-cannibal than the magic hobo everyone loves.

  • @Instant Karma said: It'd likely be more interesting for him being a (hopefully) ex-cannibal than the magic hobo everyone loves.



    I highly doubt the St. Johns were cannibals before the zombie apocalypse.
    And it started far later than 14 years ago... so yea your comment is pretty dumb.

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