I've decided to go back and do another playthrough before 400 Days came out. I've stuck by all my major decisions and I've forgotten how much of a butt Kenny can be. I'm not saying I hate him, but overall I think he's so narrow-minded that he turns his back on you just for going against him one time.
I admit I didn't like Larry, but I stick by my decision to help Lilly. Actually, after you do a few compressions, you'll see him take a breath. So, Kenny basically killed someone in cold blood. In episode 3 I was civil to him and I never fought him or yelled at him; even after dropping me at the pharmacy, I asked him if he was okay and he blew me off :mad:. And then a-hole just decides to leave me for dead, not including the time at the farm.
It seems to me that Kenny's only loyal to you if you agree with him. I understand him being a little miffed at first, but he actually has the guts to say in Ep. 5 that I only look after myself after looking out for his family?
That's big, considering I despised Duck. Really, I wasn't the least bit sad when he got bitten. In Ep. 3 I wanted to tell him to leave me alone and play in a highway of walkers, which he would probably do.
I can see why Kenny would lose it after watching both his wife and kid die, but that still doesn't excuse him. At first I was mad that I picked Lilly's side after what she did, but I don't regret my choices. When Kenny sacrificed himself, I felt more sad over what could've been more than I did for him, if that makes sense. I suppose, in a way, he did redeem himself, which is more than I can say for Lilly.
It's wierd how a game can make you despise and feel sorry for someone.