I was really scared Luke was bitten after he first popped up. He looked so sick, and he seemed like he was going to pass out or something. I'm really glad it was just sleep deprivation and hunger.
Before the crosshair/whatever appeared, I thought the Sarita choice would be whether to kill her or take care of the walker. I was completely prepared to kill her. Do it quick, and get it over with. I ended up cutting her arm off, but I don't think it's going to help at all. It might just make things worse for her, since she'll likely just bleed out.
Surprised Carver died so soon, but glad he's dead.
A little bummed about Nick. If this is how it's going to be with some determinant characters, then they should just be killed off, plain. I hope he's got stuff going on next episode. I really really like Nick. I'd prefer he doesn't just get pushed to the background as some crap redshirt, or something.
Alvin had a good death - very touching and sad. Yelled "NO!" at my TV when Carlos died. Told Sarah to shut up at the end, feel like an asshole.
I thought Alvin's death was really well done, I teared up a bit, Carlos though, it happened so fast I didn't have time to mourn, and then Sarah, and Sarita, it was overload man!
Favorite games of all time
1: Bioshock Infinite, (along with Clash in the Clouds and Burial at Sea) Walking Dead (along with season 2)
Maybe I'm remembering incorrectly or heard wrong... but did I hear season 1 music play more than a few times during this episode?
Yeah I did, the stealth song from the Motor Inn, and the song that plays when talking to Carley, the happy song I think? And the alternate Clem song. Also the title song from episode 2 is also in there.
Also, the music from Kenny's sacrifice for Christa during Season 1. Technically speaking, that is. It played during the Episode 4 trailer, while they were making their last stand at the same time Rebecca was about to give birth.
"I cannot be caged. I cannot be controlled. Realize this as you die, ever pathetic, ever fools!"
I think the reason Nick was sidelined in this episode was because they were dealing with Alvin's determinant status first. I wouldn't be surprised if Nick gets a similar death or a similar scale role in episode 4.
Plus this is the first time a determinant character hasn't died in the episode following the choice they were involved in.