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Clementine's Home in Season2 of the TV show?

posted by crash665 on - last edited - Viewed by 968 users

Watching the marathon of season 2 on AMC the other day and noticed something. When Shane and Andrea go to a new(ish) subdivision about "10 miles" from the farm to look for Sophia, it sort of looks like Clementine's neighborhood from the game. It's close to the farm, and the game never mentioned - I don't think - how long it took Lee and his group to get to Hershel's. Just curious if anyone else had noticed this?

I had to rewind my DVR and look for a tree house but didn't see anything.

Nothing really to do with the game, just thought it would have been a neat tie in to the show.

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  • The game and show are set in different universes, so it wouldn't be more than a coincidence regardless, but...

    As I recall, and it's been a while; Shane and Andrea drove right from the perspective of the house and barn when they were leaving. In the game, Lee and Clementine were driven up to the farm from the left and when Lee and Kenny were banished they drove right, so probably not the same subdivision.

  • No, they are the same universe. Glenn ties all three together.

    I know it would be just a coincidence, but I was wondering if anyone else had the same thought. (Apparently not!)

    From now on, however, I'm gonna tell myself that it is the same neighborhood. Shhhh.

  • @Gennadios said: The game and show are set in different universes, so it wouldn't be more than a coincidence regardless, but...

    As I recall, and it's been a while; Shane and Andrea drove right from the perspective of the house and barn when they were leaving. In the game, Lee and Clementine were driven up to the farm from the left and when Lee and Kenny were banished they drove right, so probably not the same subdivision.

    Hahaha, you must be crazy.

  • What episode is it so I can see here?

    EDIT

    Nevermind, just found it. It definetly looks like Clem's neighborhood. With all the pine trees in the back and a bunch of cars in the middle of the street (when Shane looks through the binoculars). It could be it, who knows, hahahahaha.

  • The comics are set in a different universe than the tv show.
    The video game is set in the same universe as the comics. Therefor the video game is not the same universe from the tv show.

  • No. Like the others have said, the game and show are set in completely separate universes of The Walking Dead. The game is in the same universe as the comics, which is Robert Kirkman's vision and world. The show is AMC's vision and world. They are very, VERY much different.

    Besides that, the neighborhood in the show that Shane and Andrea go to was actually based on, and in reference to the neighborhood in the comic called Wiltshire Estates. It was a fun easter egg for comic fans basically. When Rick and the group go to Wiltshire in the comics they see it as an enclosed neighborhood that they might be able to settle down for the winter in before they find the prison. Much like it was in the show, it was over run with walkers that they didn't see or know about when they first got there. Robert Kirkman also confirmed that the neighborhood in the show was Wiltshire.

  • Well, shit. You guys are no fun.


    I did think about the neighborhood in the comics, too, even though it was a gated community.

  • @crash665 said: Well, shit. You guys are no fun.


    I did think about the neighborhood in the comics, too, even though it was a gated community.

    It was a good thought, and I can see why you'd think it. Sorry to ruin the theory. It'd be fun to see a few little easter eggs of the game in the show, or the comic, but I don't think we'll get it. Honestly, Telltale has done such a fantastic job with the game, I don't really want it anything about it to appear in any other medium because it might not do it justice.

    If you want to think that neighborhood could be Clem's, go right ahead. Like I said, the game and show are in different universes, so who's to say that Lee and Clem don't exist in the universe of the show, and who's to say she wasn't from there.

  • To be fair, just because the game specifically takes place in the comic universe, doesn't mean that there isn't a Lee/Clem adventure in the TV universe too. Speculate away.

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