The Walking Dead: Season 2
Alright, i know season 1 wasn't realistic to begin with, but season 2 becoming...you know...more?
Omid and Christa leaving Clementine alone
Clementine not being smart enough to take the gun with her
Here now I know the world in this universe is fucked up but i don't think in reality Michelle would be as rough to Clementine as she did with her only being nine years old
Clementine not drowning or getting hypothermia or at least commenting on the cold
A doctor not knowing the difference between a dog bite and walker bite
Instead of washing the bloody walker knife she rubs it against her pants then uses it to open food and then continues to eat the food
Luke and the rest of the group doesn't know how a dog bite looks
Sarah being....Sarah ( No she's not autistic, she's highly sheltered, but still..)
How the hell did an eleven year old girl withstand the pain of horribly stitching herself
The sudden personality change with Carlos and Rebecca
The odds of finding Kenny ( I love Kenny, he's my favorite character, but I doubt in real life Clem and Kenny would of ever found eachother )
Carlos not knowing how to grab a Key and twist it to stop the wind turbine.
Carlos letting Clementine turn off the wind turbine.
Carlos telling Clementine the adults are talking after everything she's done for the group.
A day or two after saying that to her Carlos doesn't mind letting her go fucking mission impossible style sneaking on the roof and getting the radio and somehow Tavia did not notice this happening in front of her.
I understand she just lost her father, screaming once would of been acceptable in my book, but then she screams again, and again, in a horde of walkers...
If Sarita survives the amputation that's breaking Kirkman's rules, that hatchet had walker blood on it.
There's a good bit more, but these things just bothered me. I understand season 1 wasn't realistic either, but season 2 is getting very unrealistic. If I made a mistake here feel free to point it out, I accept hate if you want to bash me for this.