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[Ep 3] Clem dialogue in box car: What did I agree to?

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During one of the three conversations with Clem in the box car, she asked if it's okay to tell her parents something. The responses were: 'Yeah, sure' or 'I don't think that's a good idea'.

I'm not sure how I missed what she was asking -- because I hang on every word that Clem says for fear of making her a serial killer -- but I completely missed the set up. I said 'Yeah, sure' because the timed event was about to completely run out.

Was she asking for permission to reveal Lee's murder conviction?

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  • Yes, likely to the man on the walkie-talkie at the end of the Episode. I said the same thing.

  • @jessicamariedee said: During one of the three conversations with Clem in the box car, she asked if it's okay to tell her parents something. The responses were: 'Yeah, sure' or 'I don't think that's a good idea'.

    I'm not sure how I missed what she was asking -- because I hang on every word that Clem says for fear of making her a serial killer -- but I completely missed the set up. I said 'Yeah, sure' because the timed event was about to completely run out.

    Was she asking for permission to reveal Lee's murder conviction?

    Yes

  • Considering it's after they study the map, I think she was asking if she could tell her parents their plan.

  • @Rock114 said: Yes, likely to the man on the walkie-talkie at the end of the Episode. I said the same thing.

    Thank you. It never occurred to me that she was looking for permission to tell the walkie-talkie guy too. Clever!

    @Rock114 said: Yes

    Thank you, Panda!

    @Rock114 said: Considering it's after they study the map, I think she was asking if she could tell her parents their plan.

    I wish it was definitely more clear, because whoa are those two very different things. I would much prefer this option (over giving some walkie-talkie-manipulator ammunition against Lee's character)-- but that does broach a whole new list of worries.

  • I just watched the Silent Treatment walk-through on youtube.

    If you say nothing, Clem says: "They'll like it. I promise."

    I think Cyreen is right. I can't imagine any parent 'liking' the fact that their 8 year old living out of a box car with a convicted murderer.

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