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So Chuck.......

posted by Sox&Rocks22 on - last edited - Viewed by 460 users

Is there ever an option for Lee to tell the group that Chuck is dead or does nobody care? Cuz I kinda did. I was pretty upset at the beginning when we couldnt go back for him but shit, its like nobody cares about the loveable hobo. You think anyone else is gonna play that banjo? I dont think so.

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  • No use in feeling sad for the guy, he did want he wanted to do, what he felt he should do. He lived for years all on his own, he got to die fighting for people. They were strangers, but still, maybe the first people to treat him like a human in a long time.

  • After Clementine found the boat, and they were all waiting in the house,Lee could of use the time to tell the group about Chuck's death(off screen) but I would of preferred it to be an option.

  • Yea would've loved seeing some mention about him. Maybe in ep 5 ...
    Like Lee said he deserved better. Atleast he died protecting the group, a true hero.

  • I was really sad at Chuck's death. Honestly, I freaking loved the guy. He was awesome.

    Heck, I'm pretty sure I was even sadder at his death than Carley's.

  • @Avascar said: The new writer on Episode 4 was kinda lazy :/



    This. I was pretty unhappy with the writing in Ep 4, from the lack of ethical choices, to Chuck, to Bens utter stupidity and the overall lack of development. Season 2 would really benefit from a cohesive writing structure, either using just a couple of people or a whole team, because individual writers taking on different episodes is never a good idea.

  • I don´t understand why Gary Whitta being Episode 4´s writer was hyped so much. I watched The Book of Eli and didn´t like it.

  • Really? Chuck was a hobo by choice, no doubt because he preferred his own company and the lack of restrictions. He undoubtedly knew he would probably die alone and obviously saved a bullet for that eventuality.

  • @Ninnuendo said: This. I was pretty unhappy with the writing in Ep 4, from the lack of ethical choices, to Chuck, to Bens utter stupidity and the overall lack of development. Season 2 would really benefit from a cohesive writing structure, either using just a couple of people or a whole team, because individual writers taking on different episodes is never a good idea.



    Agreed, the idea of different writers doesn't appeal to me, and this episode shows why.

  • @Viser said: And I'm not proud about this, but I immediately forgot about him when I ran into Vernon's group in the morgue =/...



    I did too. But then again, someone WAS waving a gun in our face.

  • @Rock114 said: I did too. But then again, someone WAS waving a gun in our face.



    I guess, and then Lee still needed to get back to the house, and when he finally arrives he has to look for Clementine and they end up finding the boat. I guess there just wasn't much time to worry about Chuck, really.

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