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Am I the only one who doesn't trust Molly?

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Everyone seems to love her...but I just don't trust her at all.
We don't even know much about her and the stuff we do know seems a bit off.
I refuse to take her sister story as absolute truth. I'm probably looking too deep into it, but the girl in the photo didn't even look 14. Molly could have taken that photo from anywhere. From what we've been told as Crawford, I find it strange that the photo was still there in perfect condition. There was that doctor stuff though...
I also found it strange how she just decided to hold onto the battery. I just found it so suspicious how she took off with it. For all we know she could have swapped it for a dead battery or something :\
I'm even more suspicious that when we got back to the house she just decided to leave, after helping the group through Crawford and being determined to get on the boat with us. (I know that she can get left behind in Crawford, but what happening to her is ambiguous). In my opinion, this just reinforces the point I made with the battery. Molly said she was a loner type of person AND the fact that she says things that show us she wants out of Savannah and that the boat is an open door for that...she wanted in. She could have just used the group to get the fuel and the battery and she'll go back to take the boat herself and kill anyone in her way, i wouldn't put it past her.
Heck, this is probably going to far, but what if she knows the walkie-talkie guy?
While I'm on the subject, I don't trust Vernon either.

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  • LOL Good thought it was just me. I didn't trust her after putting that beating on her back near the boats. Something shifty about her.

  • Hmm, a thought has just occurred...

    Crawford used a system of notation to advise people in certain areas of Savannah where people had been recruited to the enclave, those found unsuitable, number of walkers etc.

    Molly uses the bells to move walkers around, possibly searching for more survivors (as the city has been picked clean already, what else can she be searching for?). Now, she claims that she is unaware that Crawford has fallen to the same fate as everywhere else but then there's this little group hiding in the sewers, with food and relative safety from the walkers. Are you telling me that Crawford, who managed to keep things organised (at terrible cost, I know) wasn't aware of the sewers and its possible role to play in a haven against the zombies? I can only assume that the morgue is part of the hospital, a place that would have had a lot of useful medication.

    I think Vernon's gang and Molly are survivors of Crawford but not necessarily the victims they claim to be. And I think they're in cahoots. I'll go out on a (batshit crazy) limb and say that they want Clem because she's young and can be turned into another Molly should she fall to the walkers.

    Man, I can't wait until Episode 5!

  • I'm also now kind of suspicious about the timing of Molly's leaving the gang. She passes up the boat, the best way of getting out of this hell-hole city because she thought it would be crowded and she doesn't like the water? The next day, Walkie Talkie guy makes his move and Vernon's group has also left. She could be working for him all along, watching and learning about our group.

    Doesn't take much to wonder if Molly is invoked with walkie talkie guy. Or I'm just paranoid, one of the two. :P

  • She got on my good side pretty quickly but I think that was meant to be the point.

    She's gone unwatched with plenty of free reign to spy on us and discover/create weaknesses. Heck she spent most of her time in the house looting. Or at least that was her excuse for being out of the way of everyone. Could've been relaying messeges or setting surveillence or anything while we weren't close by. It's pushing the bundaries of what's believeable but still.

    And then Lee's group, Molly AND the walkie-talkie guy must've all been in close proximity at once when the bell began to ring at the start of Ep. 4. Maybe a coincidence maybe not. Suspicious that there were two people actively hiding from us in the same instance though.

    I was also left wondering what made Molly change her mind about the boat too. Was it actually just her desire? Or did she only say she wanted on so that she could stay around and gather more dirt on us.

    I have a feeling she's in league with the Walkie-Talkie guy. But I also feel that her heart may be in it. She could decide to lend a hand after making a good impression earlier. She could become your worst nightmare if you shot her / didn't bring Clem and failed to shoot the zombie.

    Time will tell.

  • Truth of the matter is, if she doesn't appear in episode 5, I don't think we'll ever get closure on her character. I don't even think anyone noticed Molly leaving the house other than Lee.

  • I trust her but didn't like her character. I don't think a ninja lady was needed.

  • Molly epitomizes the word, 'Survivor'. By now, just by knowing she exists, you should also know that she did whatever necessary to save her sister from a common disease. She is methodical and daring. Although she appears to take risks, they work in a jam. She saved Lee, Kenny and Clem at the docks. The part that I like most is that even though she was taken advantage of at camp crawford, she didn't carry it around like a trophy to hate all people thereafter. I also believe that she is compassionate with Clem. Her survival skills are more in line with Clem's personality than any other female character we've see yet.

    She is mysterious because she really doesn't have a motive. Her sister is dead and having a ride away from that memory will do her well. Get used to Molly, cause she is pulling double duty as an upcoming leader, as well as, keeping a close eye on our real hidden enemy...the stalker who has Clem!

    (I wrote that so well I bet you thought I worked for TWD.) LOL -enjoy!

  • @Ataaka said: Molly epitomizes the word, 'Survivor'. By now, just by knowing she exists, you should also know that she did whatever necessary to save her sister from a common disease. She is methodical and daring. Although she appears to take risks, they work in a jam. She saved Lee, Kenny and Clem at the docks. The part that I like most is that even though she was taken advantage of at camp crawford, she didn't carry it around like a trophy to hate all people thereafter. I also believe that she is compassionate with Clem. Her survival skills are more in line with Clem's personality than any other female character we've see yet.

    She is mysterious because she really doesn't have a motive. Her sister is dead and having a ride away from that memory will do her well. Get used to Molly, cause she is pulling double duty as an upcoming leader, as well as, keeping a close eye on our real hidden enemy...the stalker who has Clem!

    (I wrote that so well I bet you thought I worked for TWD.) LOL -enjoy!

    As soon as Episode 4 ended, I came to the conclusion that Molly would be the person to take Lee's place in season 2.

  • @arctic_prince said:

    I think Vernon's gang and Molly are survivors of Crawford but not necessarily the victims they claim to be. And I think they're in cahoots. I'll go out on a (batshit crazy) limb and say that they want Clem because she's young and can be turned into another Molly should she fall to the walkers.

    I reaaally like this! Although I can't see them being the ones torturing Lee only because Lee is the one who accidentally stumbled on them, right? But what a perfect cover - an totally unsuspicious group of cancer survivors - who would question that?

  • I don't trust her but I don't even trust Clem any more

    She is resourceful smart and epic

    One of my favourite characters yet

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