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If Glenn has the other walkie talkie...

posted by OzzieMonkey on - last edited - Viewed by 201 users

Then whoever has Clementine may have been in Atlanta at some point, gotten information from Glenn about the group's wherabouts and stolen the walkie talkie. Conveniently I forgot this plot point until I watched a video walkthrough recently to see the different choices other people made. This is just a thought, but it makes me wonder how that will play out in Episode 5

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  • Interesting! I keep forgetting that Glenn has/had the other walkie talkie.

    Hmm, maybe similar walkie talkie models can connect to other walkie talkies? Making the guy a complete stranger who tuned in to Clementine? I'm not sure how the technology works. :P

  • @-Anna- said: Interesting! I keep forgetting that Glenn has/had the other walkie talkie.

    Hmm, maybe similar walkie talkie models can connect to other walkie talkies? Making the guy a complete stranger who tuned in to Clementine? I'm not sure how the technology works. :P



    I think it has someting to do with band frequency's like a car radio or sterio you tune it to your faverate station,

    interesting idea though if Glenn did give crazy guy Clem's/Lee's frequency, say crazy asked Gleen you seen any kids in a while - innocent question and Glenn says he met Lee and Clem here's their walkie talkie frequency?

  • A CB radio enthusiast could have picked up the frequency if he was in range of Clementine, but from what I understand the radio signal from that thing would only go a few miles. Macon, GA is well over one-hundred miles from Savannah, GA. The last time Clementine could have gone unnoticed to talk about her family and Lee to the stranger was at the motel in Macon. Unless the zombie apocalypse changed physics and much as it did biology it might be best to chalk this up as a simple plot device rather than concocting a conspiracy theory involving Glenn.

  • I don't think you know how Walkie Talkies work. You don't need a matching pair of them to communicate.

  • Yes, this was definitely all Glenn's doing. See how he was actually helping the group to survive by dropping them little warnings and (POSSIBLY) ringing the bells back when they were in Crawford so they could escape? Obviously Glenn got sidetracked on his way to Atlanta and ended up here. The guy in the comics is his evil twin, which kind of explains how he can be in two places at once. I attribute the lower voice to a late onset of puberty. It all makes perfect sense if you think about it.

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