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So, I just finished Episode 5 and I wanted to know if anyone else felt like Kenny's death was a little ridiculous. I mean, I was in shock a little and was sad (since Kenny was my favorite character), but it seemed to be a little unrealistic and done more for the sake of killing him than giving him a good, reasonable death.


He has two scenarios.

First scenario is where Ben falls off the ledge and Kenny locks Lee in, shoots Ben and gets devoured. While that's all nice and shocking and all that, I didn't really get why he chose to shoot Ben and sacrifice himself when he could have shot ben and gone with Lee. Lock the door and everything's dandy.


Second is when Christa is in the hole and he goes down to help her. There are two points where I feel this is a little unrealistic. First is when they have the metal pole that she tries to grab onto, but it falls into the room with her. At that point, it seems to be hopeless but honestly, why doesn't she just pick it up and try again, but with more than just Lee's one (or two) hand? Second is when Kenny jumps down to boost her up. He COULD grab the pole and do what Christa should have done. Had that failed, why would he let himself get devoured by walkers if he could just shoot himself and be done with it?


I'm not complaining, this just has been eating away at me since I got through that scene. Anyone else feel this way?  

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