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  • Matt is getting promoted a lot in here. Not a problem though, The guy knows what he's doing.

  • i wouldn't count on it, her story is just over, she had her time, just let her go

  • I hope she died !!!! Sorry Lilly fans

  • This doesn't make any sense if you leave Lilly on the side of the road, how did she get the RV? As interesting as it would be to have Lilly show up, it's not gonna happen.

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  • What I find interesting is the order of the achievements . . . seems like the camp is over run and maybe Lilly saves you since Fresh Fish is down the bottom of the list ? ?

  • if she does return kenny is going to be pissed

  • damned just want the episode

  • It would be just to coincidental. I think they should save her crazy ass for season 3. If anything Im siding with Kenny I still cant forgive her for killing Carly just to show Kenny an example. That was just too insane and random.

  • Hope not. Kenny returning was plot convenient enough.

    • It wasn't really plot convenient, as anyone could have filled his role of group antagonist.

      He was more of an attempt of fan service with insufficient explanation of his survival.

      A 'Deus ex Makenny', if you will.

      (waits for the Kenny fanboys and girls to dislike his post because he doesn't accept every single thing that Kenny does despite overall liking him as a character)

      edit: and surprise surprise, arrivederci downvotes

      • They wanted to bring a character back from season one to fill that role. Bringing him a quarter of the way across the country in the exact same direction as Clem, going over the bridge at the exact same time, without having due reason for his surviving in the first place, and saying "fuck his character arc and sacrifice." That's very convenient for the plot to advance with said character in it.

        Perhaps it wasn't plot convenient, but it was damn convenient for the plot they wanted to set.

      • (waits for the Kenny fanboys and girls to dislike his post because he doesn't accept every single thing that Kenny does despite overall liking him as a character)

        Actually, it's more about the tired resignation that comes with having to explain AGAIN and AGAIN how Kenny's survival was perfectly feasible, only to be ignored for the umpteenth time.

        And please...enough with the "Kenny's arc is done" talk. I doubt a lot of people here even understand what the word "arc" is supposed to mean. I've heard it so many damn times, I'm convinced all the fans who were dead-set against Kenny's comeback are simply parroting each other. We've yet to see where Telltale will go (or rather, where Tellale will ALLOW the player to go) with Kenny. After the season ends, then you'll be entitled to argue about how much Kenny's return was a bad idea.

        • Why wait until the end of the season to voice our opinions on his return being idiotic when it can be said now? After all it isn't that they brought him back and are going to continue his story, it's that they have brought him back in the first place. Seeing as the sin has been committed now why not talk about it now?

          Also, a secondary unrelated topic to the conversation you responded to, your explanation for his survival doesn't fall on deaf ears... it just doesn't make sense.

          • Also, a secondary unrelated topic to the conversation you responded to, your explanation for his survival doesn't fall on deaf ears... it just doesn't make sense.

            It makes sense. At this point you're just being voluntarily pig-headed (much like your avatar, really). No matter what reason or explanation is offered, no matter how articulate or researched you simply shut it down with the same chant: "Kenny should be dead. Kenny should be dead." It's gotten annoying, it's gotten tiresome, and it's gone way beyond simply being "your opinion". I've come across your type online before; the arrogantly superior forum member who turns his nose up at what he considers to be juvenile fanservice, when in truth, the majority of season 2 has been anything BUT.

            In the previous episode, Clementine was 1) indirectly responsible for Omid's death, 2) attacked by bandits, 4) attacked by zombies, 5) mauled by a feral dog, 6) thrown into a rickety shack by a group of paranoid assholes, and 7) verbally abused by a pregnant woman. That wasn't enough to satisfy your bloodlust? Seriously? Would Clem have to be sodomized in episode 3 to make you even SLIGHTLY satisfied? Even the return of a character whose "death" was ambiguous in the first place is to be sneered away as being "fanservice"?

            What's your problem, anyway?

        • I never ever said that he escape was unfeasible.

          Hence I'm not ignoring any such thing: his escape was perfectly feasible, but it cannot be denied that a description of how he did manage to escape would be nice intead of just saying 'I got lucky'

          And absolutely, his season 2 arc could well go anywhere, I am merely stating that I think his sacrifice would have been a fitting end to his arc. Who knows, maybe when his arc comes to a close in season 2, I'll think that one was better.

          However, that does not prevent me from saying that, as things stand, in my opinion his arc had ended well. And I feel that the return of the character specifically was a shame when other characters have had much less screentime, characters who DIDN'T have a satisfying close to their arc.

          I'm not really sure what you're arguing against, because I agree with everything you're saying.

          But his escape being possible does not mean that it wouldn't be nice to hear about how it actually happened.

          • And I feel that the return of the character specifically was a shame when other characters have had much less screentime, characters who DIDN'T have a satisfying close to their arc.

            The new cast had their shot in episode 1, but Telltale unfortunately made the error of introducing most of them as hysterical brutes. You might complain that Kenny's return was unfair to season 2's characters, but the fact is, NONE of them have nearly as much impact as their predecessors.

            "But that's because they haven't been given a chance," you say. Really? If the original survivor group in season 1 were a bunch of trigger-happy idiots who fired a couple of bullets in Lee's direction because they mistook his black skin for charred flesh (and in their first scene with him, no less), would you be just as ready to argue they hadn't been given a chance?

            • Um. What the fuck are you referencing with that second paragraph?

              Nothing even CLOSE to that ever happened. So I don't know what the fuck you're talking about.

              • Nothing even CLOSE to that ever happened. So I don't know what the fuck you're talking about.

                For crying out loud, were you even paying attention to what I wrote? That whole sentence began with the word "IF", as in the situation I described was a hypothetical scenario. I don't want to treat you like a moron, but you're making it damned hard.

                • But it was written as if it were referencing somebody. It would've made more sense if it was "locked Lee in a shed," because that's something the Season 2 protagonists did to Clementine. You said it as if Luke had shot at Clem because she was black.

            • In response to your first paragraph:

              In S1E1, I had no emotional attachment to any of the characters except that I hated Larry. None of the others were particularly interesting to me until S1E2, and I honestly didn't get fully attached to Clementine until S1E3.

              Same thing with S2 so far. I found the characters mildly interesting in S2E1 - but only in S2E2 did I start to sympathize with Nick and get attached to Luke.

            • They really aren't that bad. That kind of mistake is in lots of zombie apocalypse fiction, it makes sense

  • Anyone else tired of threads claiming to contain 'spoilers' for episode 3 and then only containing wild speculation?

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