Mr. Everett is an unseen character within Telltale Games' The Walking Dead: Season One and the father of Lee Everett and B. Everett and husband of Mrs. Everett. Mr. Everett is the owner of the Everett Pharmacy Drugstore along with his wife.
Little is known about Mr. Everett's life before or as the outbreak began except that he was Lee and B. Everett's father. Mr. Everett, along with his wife, owned the Everett Pharmacy Drugstore in Macon, Georgia. It was stated by Lee that his father would carry around a cane that he would use to chase off shoplifters of the pharmacy. He also had a television in the office that he used to watch baseball and other shows.
It was stated by Lilly at the Everett Family Drugstore that she and the other survivors found two old walkers in the office and that their bodies were dragged outside the store by Larry for their safety. Lee immediately realizes that the two walkers were very likely Mr. and Mrs. Everett and silently mourns the demise of his parents. Later on, Lee discovers a picture of his mother, father, brother, and himself. Lee tears himself out of the picture for what he had done. When the survivors came under attack at the drugstore, Clementine brought his cane to Lee, which was used to barricade the pharmacy entrance doors to keep out the group of walkers.
As soon as the apocalypse began, Mr. Everett became infected and later died at the drugstore. Later on, his corpse was placed in the alley next to the drugstore by Larry.
- "He knew how to make it look cool."
- —Lee referring to his dad's cane.[src]
Lee is Mr. Everett's son. They were not very close after Lee was convicted of murder. Lee can mention that he wouldn't be surprised if his parents hated him, so it can be inferred he didn't know what his father thought of him. Lee misses his family, as was mentioned in "A New Day" to Clementine. Mr. Everett used a cane which Lee mentions that stopped more robberies than a guard dog ever could. His death affected Lee in a huge way, but his old cane and T.V remote came in handy when Lee's life needed saving.
Mrs. Everett is Mr. Everett's wife. Although not much is heard about her, it can be inferred Mr. Everett loved her very much. Relating to Lee's line, "My parents came in here hoping to survive... but it looks like one of them was hurt. I wonder if it was my dad... trying to be a hero..." which then can mean his dad tried protecting Mrs. Everett from any walkers coming in to attack and died in the process. Her death left Lee heart broken for a long while.
B. Everett is Mr. Everett's other son. It is mentioned by Lee that if B. was with his parents when the walkers attacked, he would've died for them, so it can be inferred that B. loved his father and was close to him.
- "A New Day" (Photograph)
- Mr. Everett used a walking stick, which was later used to delay the walkers from entering the drugstore.
- Lee also mentions that Mr. Everett's walking stick defended the store from shoplifters better than a guard dog ever could, and this is later referenced when the cane was used to defend the shop from walkers. The cane also gave Lee the couple of seconds he needed to save Doug/Carley and Clementine from the onslaught and, seconds later, for Kenny to save Lee. This indicates that Lee's father was sill protecting his son and others from beyond the grave.
|Unnamed or Unseen Characters|
|Atlanta||Breckon • Steve • Vanessa • Officer|
|Macon||Mr. Everett • Mrs. Everett • Resident|
|Stone Mountain School||Jenny|
|St. John's Dairy Farm||Mac|
|Save-Lots Bandits||Jake • Bart • Bandit • Bandit 2 • Bandit 3|
|The Train||Train Engineer|
|Savannah||Fivel's Father • Fivel's Mother • Molly's Sister|
|Stranger's Family||Adam • Stranger • Elizabeth|
|Howe's Hardware||Stan • Radio Survivor • George|
|Rashid's Family||Rashid • Vanessa|
|Miscellaneous Characters||TJ • Abigail • Carlos • Donna C. • Steve • Mrs. Moore • Alfred •|
Donna • Jaime
|Season 3||Girl • Man|
|Alive characters appear in green. Dead characters appear in red and italics. Unknown characters appear in blue. Undead characters appear in grey and italics. Determinant characters appear in purple.|