• I know that Jane's pregnancy test read that she was pregnant, but I did a little digging and found out that pregnancy tests take in two to three years to expire (which is exactly how long the apocalypse was at the time) and give false results.

    So do you think it's possible that Jane's pregnancy was false and she killed herself for no reason?

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    • Perhaps, but I don't think the writers would have thought of that. I mean, you have Clementine and AJ riding around in a car 6 years into the apocalypse, when the maximum shelf-life of gasoline is about 1 year.

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    • Yeah you can headcanon that if you want to but I'd imagine there is virtually no chance that the writers were alluding to that in any way. I'd imagine most of the writers didn't even know what the expiration dates for pregnancy tests were.

      And just like DalesRV said the Walking Dead franchise isn't known for playing by real life rules. The writers simply thought it would be cool to have Clementine driving around in a car so they wrote that into the story even though it didn't make any sense that people would still be driving cars that far into the apocalypse (especially considering the comic quit using cars a year or more before the TellTale season 4 even takes place).

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    • Lastcat3 wrote: Yeah you can headcanon that if you want to but I'd imagine there is virtually no chance that the writers were alluding to that in any way. I'd imagine most of the writers didn't even know what the expiration dates for pregnancy tests were.

      And just like DalesRV said the Walking Dead franchise isn't known for playing by real life rules. The writers simply thought it would be cool to have Clementine driving around in a car so they wrote that into the story even though it didn't make any sense that people would still be driving cars that far into the apocalypse (especially considering the comic quit using cars a year or more before the TellTale season 4 even takes place).

      Yeah zombie franchises don't really play by real life rules. Look at The Last of Us where Joel drives a car 20 fucking years into the apocalypse.

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    • Gerald-XR-Donovan wrote:

      Lastcat3 wrote: Yeah you can headcanon that if you want to but I'd imagine there is virtually no chance that the writers were alluding to that in any way. I'd imagine most of the writers didn't even know what the expiration dates for pregnancy tests were.

      And just like DalesRV said the Walking Dead franchise isn't known for playing by real life rules. The writers simply thought it would be cool to have Clementine driving around in a car so they wrote that into the story even though it didn't make any sense that people would still be driving cars that far into the apocalypse (especially considering the comic quit using cars a year or more before the TellTale season 4 even takes place).

      Yeah zombie franchises don't really play by real life rules. Look at The Last of Us where Joel drives a car 20 fucking years into the apocalypse.

      Them still driving cars around twenty years into the apocalypse in TLOU was exactly what I was thinking about as well. Considering the realism aspect of a zombie game is really ridiculous anyways its better to bend it just a little bit here and there in order to tell a good story. Of course don't break it all together but its better to be unrealistic at certain times if the plot calls for it than to be as grounded in reality as you can and not tell as good of story.

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    • That would suck if that's the case. But I feel like that it isn't though

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    • She was definitely pregnant. She seemed to be nauseous in the flashback in which AJ received his middle name, and while it could just have been a consequence of the new engine, her character model's face is slightly rounder, rosier, and shiny, which isn't that uncommon in early pregnancy.

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