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Crazy Lady in the forest Owned the car at the end? /SPOILERS

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at the end doug showed us the footage on the cam corder and it showed a clip with the crazy lady stomping something in a car, is that the same car you find at the end?

But if it was the lights have been on for a hell of a long time. idk but i was just thinking

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Thoughts?:)

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  • @UndeadDollface said: I definitely agree with you that if the car had still be drivable, they wouldn't have abandoned it in the event of an emergency.

    What I'm unsure about is this: If the car's owner(s) did indeed flee from the car to survive a sudden danger, how certain can we really be that they aren't still in the process of escaping danger or otherwise engaged so as to not yet have the opportunity to reclaim their supplies?

    I guess what I'm getting at is that four hours (at maximum) seems like an inadequate window of time to declare the car and its contents permanently abandoned either by the choice or death of the owner(s).



    I said four hours based on my estimate of how long I think we were at the farm, but it could possibly be longer. Plus, pick a direction, and walk at a moderate pace for a few hours - people can easily cover 6-8 miles in that amount of time. What kind of danger would you be escaping that you would need to travel more than a mile for? It's possible that they could be lost, but at that point, am I going to leave all of those supplies there, and risk the bandits finding them before the owners do? I don't think it's such a bad choice to take the supplies and food.

    Also, that is why I am more under the impression that the owner of the car might have stopped to help someone, and in turn got eaten. I find it unlikely that the car would have sat so long as to run out of gas, but the owner is trying to make their way back. They are long gone (either far away, or dead).

  • Well this car's owner could had similar fate like the one in comics chapter 51. For those who haven't read the comics, car owner just left the car full of suplies and fuel because he was alone and didn't wanted to continue live so he just suicided into zombies.

  • I think Jolene was picking off bandits one by one and she became so much of a threat the bandits needed the st john boys to get rid of them. the st johns figured theyd turn on the fence and trap lee and mark or kill them if they died then they could blame the bandits and later use the bandits to subdue the rest of lees team but if they survived they could pretend to hunt down the bandits and instead hunt down the person killing bandits like crazy

  • @redriot said: I'm not sure that the car had been recently abandoned. I think the following happened:
    -The passangers of the car had to stop and leave car immediately. They left the doors open, the lights on, and left the engine running. I got no clue what was the cause to stop and leave the car, but with the engine running the battery won't die until there's fuel in the tank. The group found the car a couple of hours after the engine run out of fuel but it could have been even a day earlier when the car had been abandoned.

    The reason for emergency stop of the car could'nt have been a bandit ambush, it's more likely that walkers forced them to stop somehow. Human attackers wouldn't left a car full with food and supplies. Against the zombie-attack theory: no blood and other hints of fighting against walkers.



    I think the car belonged to Jolene based on the clues discovered by Lee at her camp. There were a lot of empty food boxes and Lee pointed out that the shopping cart was used to move a lot of supplies. Jolene must have tried to escape from the bandits after some double cross occured. Her and her daughter loaded up the car with the camp supplies and took off. They were intercepted on the dirt road where the car was later found by the bandits. Jolene went one way and her daughter the other way. That's why both doors are open and the car abandoned in a hurry. The bandits chased after them without looking in the car.

    Jolene must have known what became of her daughter becuase of what was on the video recorder when the bandits caught up with her back at the camp.

    Lee did not loot he car at the end of episode 2. I think the bandits are going to comb the area looking for who stole the food from Jolene's car and that distinctive hoodie would give away that it was Lee's group once a bandit saw Clem wearing it. I guess we'll find out next episode.

  • @Kiel555 said: I think the car belonged to Jolene based on the clues discovered by Lee at her camp. There were a lot of empty food boxes and Lee pointed out that the shopping cart was used to move a lot of supplies. Jolene must have tried to escape from the bandits after some double cross occured. Her and her daughter loaded up the car with the camp supplies and took off. They were intercepted on the dirt road where the car was later found by the bandits. Jolene went one way and her daughter the other way. That's why both doors are open and the car abandoned in a hurry. The bandits chased after them without looking in the car.

    Jolene must have known what became of her daughter becuase of what was on the video recorder when the bandits caught up with her back at the camp.

    Lee did not loot he car at the end of episode 2. I think the bandits are going to comb the area looking for who stole the food from Jolene's car and that distinctive hoodie would give away that it was Lee's group once a bandit saw Clem wearing it. I guess we'll find out next episode.



    I don't think so. I think she has been sabotaging the bandits, using the shopping cart to take supplies from the bandits, and then framing the Brothers - that's why they come to attack the farm (they think that the Brother's screwed them over in their deal to provide them with food). We know she is specifically pitting them against each other to keep Clementine safe (at least, that's what I gathered from her video).

    Also, that car has not been there for more than a day. Jolene's daughter was taken quite awhile ago, long enough for her to go crazy and then plot to take Clementine as her daughter.

  • @Sisterofshane said: I said four hours based on my estimate of how long I think we were at the farm, but it could possibly be longer. Plus, pick a direction, and walk at a moderate pace for a few hours - people can easily cover 6-8 miles in that amount of time. What kind of danger would you be escaping that you would need to travel more than a mile for? It's possible that they could be lost, but at that point, am I going to leave all of those supplies there, and risk the bandits finding them before the owners do? I don't think it's such a bad choice to take the supplies and food.



    Well they might escape a couple walkers only to run into a few more and end up playing a game of hide-and seek-all night.

    Also what if the owner did something like run a mile out then found some form of refuge, like climbing a tree. The walkers chasing them would hang out for awhile certainly, but if they had no luck they might get drawn away by other sounds. Bandits, for example.

    Granted these are both extremely hypothetical examples, but they are still possible.

    Also I totally agree about taking the supplies. The group really needs them, and a what if situation isn't nearly enough justification to leave them behind (especially when the woods are apparently crawling with bandits who will take them without a second thought).

    All I'm saying is that this decision may not as 'done' as some people think it is.

  • @UndeadDollface said: Well they might escape a couple walkers only to run into a few more and end up playing a game of hide-and seek-all night.

    Also what if the owner did something like run a mile out then found some form of refuge, like climbing a tree. The walkers chasing them would hang out for awhile certainly, but if they had no luck they might get drawn away by other sounds. Bandits, for example.

    Granted these are both extremely hypothetical examples, but they are still possible.

    Also I totally agree about taking the supplies. The group really needs them, and a what if situation isn't nearly enough justification to leave them behind (especially when the woods are apparently crawling with bandits who will take them without a second thought).

    All I'm save is that this decision may not as 'done' as some people think it is.



    I hope not, especially as the supplies get taken either way.

    It will be interesting to see what the differences are between a Lee who agreed with taking the food, and a Lee who didn't.

  • Survivor:You stole our food you Assholes
    Lee: Uh me and clem didn't
    Survivor: Then you two get a pass

  • Survivor:You stole our food you Assholes
    Lee: Uh me and clem didn't
    Survivor: Then you two get a pass

  • Wait, so the rest of the group takes the food either way? In that case, I see no point in making Clem question your morals.

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