To be honest, taking supplies from the station wagon at the end of Episode Two, even before I could even begin to know the significance of it. I ultimately decided upon taking it because I felt it was important to demonstrate to Clementine that you can't be 100% sure you're in the right all of the time if you want to survive. And upon playing Episode Five, I was really kicking myself for choosing it, but I don't think I'd change what I did. Because that was my choice, I fucked up, Lee fucked up, and that's one of the things that's great about it, even if I didn't mean to do it, I still did it. And I believe that Lee and myself should have to deal with that.
The immediate reaction with Lily after she shot Carley was a close second simply because I was in too much shock to even react. I literally couldn't quite figure out how to react to that and barely even noticed the options. So Kenny made the choice to leave her and it felt very real that Lee would be taken out of the equation in his state of disbelief.
Third would be bringing Clementine to Crawford, but I finally decided that if she was to survive in this world, she'd have to learn from first-hand experience what its like to find yourself in a tough spot.
Dufour: You look beautiful when you say that.