@McLuvn_TWDG - I agree, there really isn't a babysitter when it comes to the apocalypse. I can't imagine leaving mine with anyone (but daddy!) in a situation like that.
And I second your nomination for Kenny as best supporting actor in a game! Hehe He really add a lot to the game.
@Mornai - lol I have only ever successfully watched two kids who weren't my own so I know what you mean there. But I also disagree with what most people have said about Clem setting an unrealistic standard for kids. It depends a lot on how you raise 'em and their personalities.
Our toddler is very well behaved for her age, most people guess her to be a couple of years older than she is, just because she's not constantly throwing fits or still drooling all over herself lol.
@mark$man - I would agree that Lee got lucky, but I think only two types of kids could survive without help from others - conniving little assholes, and quick-thinking, quiet kids (or some combination of those two). Those kids you look at and think "I'm going to see you on the news one day, when they find that stack of bodies in your basement" are going to do well - no aversion to violence, well thought out and patient. And kids like Clem who are quiet, can think their way out of situations, and know that violence is only necessary in dire situations (shooting a zombie) would also do really well. But yeah, Lee lucked out finding Clementine and not young Ted Bundy lol.
@Cnaf - lol! Yeah when Katjaa called Lee up to the cab and said Duck had been bitten, I can't say I was shocked, but I was certainly wounded. I think the only part worse was her asking Lee to go get Kenny 'cause it was time.
@Zeroshoot - haha! I had a bigger problem when she went out the vent at the St John's. After that, I figured she could handle herself well enough. However, if that had been my daughter, I think I would've poked my head in or something to watch lol.