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What's up with all the hypocrite characters ?

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Kenny gives a speech about not giving up, but then he goes and purposely gets himself killed by walkers. He could have easily put Ben out of his misery and continued with Lee and the group. Carley is probably the biggest, she says no one has to know about my past in ep 1. Then in ep 3 she goes crazy and mad at me when she tells me to tell them and if i said no. Then Lily giving Kenny shit about killing Larry. Atleast Kenny had a good reason for killing Larry, he did it to survive and keep him from turning. I didn't help Kenny kill him. But Kenny had his reasons. Then she goes and kill Carley for no reason at all. While she wasn't looking what a bitch. What do you guys think ?

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  • I think it makes them see more human. Look at all the people who wanted someone to die/wanted to kill a character, they deserve to die etc..,then do 180. I know I can be a hypocrite, and I'm not even under pressure from a ZA.

  • With Kenny I figured that he was hoping he may save Ben but then just decided to use his last bullet on him for mercy. I told him it isn't what Katjaa would want and he said either way he saves Ben or he will be with his family again. Carley justifies changing her mind in the exact same conversation you have with her (I can't remember it exactly, watch it again. I thought she had a good point anyway and it benefits the story better if you tell people). And Lilly obviously went a bit crazy in Episode 3 after what happened in the last episode. I think it was an impulse act out of anger, really.

    I'd say Kenny was the most hypocritical character though.

  • There might be a Chance Kenny might still be Alive, He's a bad-ass motherfucker and his speeches says it all. I have a feeling he might come back in Season 2, seeing as he never screamed or anything maybe he escaped somehow? We'll see Next year.

  • Well Ben got enough person killed...

  • These quotes aren't 100% accurate.


    Kenny: He said you shouldn't give up, you should go out fighting for the people you care about. That person was Ben. If there was even the slightest chance that he could get Ben out of there he'd take it, 'cause that's the kind of man Kenny was. He soon realized that it's hopeless and takes him out of his misery. I bet you he didn't go out without a fight though, he probably tried his damnest to survive... I'm willing to bet that if had two bullets in that gun, one for Ben and one for himself he still wouldn't shoot himself. He'd go out swinging, shooting whatever walker got in his way.


    Carley:

    "I can't see Lilly without thinking it's the next thing she's going to say."

    "Some people might be pissed, but it'll be a far cry if it doesn't come from you."

    She still believes telling the truth about Lee's past is unnecessary and that all it's good for is to create drama but the drama will at least be lessened if Lee's the one that says it and not Lilly. She doesn't really get mad at you if you say no anyways, she just says she's disappointed and hopes you change your mind.


    Lilly: She was unstable, to say the least. She was never good friends with Carley and, thanks to her paranoia, believed she was the one giving the bandits supplies because she's "always so eager to see what supplies we got." It was her unstable, paranoid state that drove her to shoot Carley. As she says, this group she's in is all she has left and all she wanted to do is protect them. Similar to what Kenny did to Larry. And I don't know about you, but she looked upset at what you did right after she did it. Like right after she pulled the trigger she was like "what have I done?" Yes it's still hypocritical but she becomes more understanding, even if only by a little bit:

    "Maybe... deep inside me, I understand what you did [to my dad]. I'll always hate you, but I understand..."

  • Just like people are... in real life.

  • @CarScar said: These quotes aren't 100% accurate.


    Kenny: He said you shouldn't give up, you should go out fighting for the people you care about. That person was Ben. If there was even the slightest chance that he could get Ben out of there he'd take it, 'cause that's the kind of man Kenny was. He soon realized that it's hopeless and takes him out of his misery. I bet you he didn't go out without a fight though, he probably tried his damnest to survive... I'm willing to bet that if had two bullets in that gun, one for Ben and one for himself he still wouldn't shoot himself. He'd go out swinging, shooting whatever walker got in his way.


    Carley:

    "I can't see Lilly without thinking it's the next thing she's going to say."

    "Some people might be pissed, but it'll be a far cry if it doesn't come from you."

    She still believes telling the truth about Lee's past is unnecessary and that all it's good for is to create drama but the drama will at least be lessened if Lee's the one that says it and not Lilly. She doesn't really get mad at you if you say no anyways, she just says she's disappointed and hopes you change your mind.


    Lilly: She was unstable, to say the least. She was never good friends with Carley and, thanks to her paranoia, believed she was the one giving the bandits supplies because she's "always so eager to see what supplies we got." It was her unstable, paranoid state that drove her to shoot Carley. As she says, this group she's in is all she has left and all she wanted to do is protect them. Similar to what Kenny did to Larry. And I don't know about you, but she looked upset at what you did right after she did it. Like right after she pulled the trigger she was like "what have I done?" Yes it's still hypocritical but she becomes more understanding, even if only by a little bit:

    "Maybe... deep inside me, I understand what you did [to my dad]. I'll always hate you, but I understand..."

    Finally someone who *actually* understands the characters!
    I was beginning to think I was the only one.
    All your descriptions are spot-on, mate.

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