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*[[Greg]] and [[Joe]] envy [[Shane Walsh (Social Game)|Shane Walsh]] for being the leader of the group and not them. <sub>([[The Walking Dead Social Game|Social Game]])</sub>
 
*[[Greg]] and [[Joe]] envy [[Shane Walsh (Social Game)|Shane Walsh]] for being the leader of the group and not them. <sub>([[The Walking Dead Social Game|Social Game]])</sub>
   
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Envy is a recurring theme in The Walking Dead. It is a resentful emotion that occurs when a person lacks another person's superior quality, achievement or possession and wishes that the other lacked it.

Occurrences

Comic Series

TV Series

Webisodes

Video Game

  • Hershel scolds Kenny that his son is alive and Hershel's is dead.
  • Lilly becomes envious of Kenny when he leads the group in the pharmacy, making a scowl as Carley agrees with him, saying "You got it, boss." (A New Day)
  • Larry becomes envious of Lee when everyone seems to like him as a leader. (Starved For Help)
  • The group is envious to the St.Johns since they have food.
  • The bandits are envious towards others who have supplies.
  • Jolene is envious about Lee having Clementine, and so she steals her hat. (Starved For Help)
  • Vernon's group and Lee's group were envious of Crawford since they had supplies.
  • The Stranger seems envious about Lee having Clementine, and so he kidnaps her when the group isn't around. (Around Every Corner)
  • Dee becomes envious of Bonnie's possible relationship with Leland. (Bonnie's Story)
  • Kenny is more envious of the relationship between Clementine and Luke. Luke appears more neutral towards her relationship with Kenny. (A House Divided)

Social Game


Themes
Abstract BetrayalCliffhangersDenialDepressionDistrustDiscriminationEnvyFearForeshadowingForgivenessHumanityHumorHopePrideRegretReligionRevengeSacrificeSanitySecrecyTeamwork
Realistic AmputationsCamouflageCannibalismDecapitationsHeroismLeadershipNicknamesPunishmentSuicideTeamwork
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