- When Duck volunteers himself to help you find clues about the stolen supplies, he naturally compares himself to a certain sidekick.
Lee: I know who that is!
- If you decide to try and make sure Duck doesn't help you solve a mystery, then he'll decide to help regardless of what you say, and then he'll talk for a while before walking off to find clues. The notification increases it:
- Early on, while searching for clues about who is stealing supplies, Duck helps Lee out and at one point you have the option to high-five him. If you do, a message appears on the screen that says "Duck thinks you are incredibly awesome."
- If Lee shows the broken flashlight to Carley, the resulting conversation is hilariously awkward.
Lee: Do you know anything about this flashlight?
Lee: I know it's broken!
Lee: It uses just one.
Carley: Everything should... What was the question?
- If Lee shows the broken flashlight to Doug, on the other hand...
Lee: Do you know anything about this flashlight?
Doug: (starts to say something)
Lee: (interrupts) W-wait, I know you know everything about this flashlight. I mean if you know anything about how it got broken.
Doug: Oh. No.
- Asking Doug if he has any chalk results in him mentioning that the kids have it. He then goes on to explain everything that's in chalk, and the year it originated in. Lee's response makes it all the better.
: I did not know that Doug.
- If Lee shows the flashlight to Clementine we get this exchange.
Lee: You didn't accidentally break a flashlight, did you?
Clementine: No. Did Duck say I did?
Lee: No. Did Duck break the flashlight?
Clementine: I don't think so. He's just always blaming me for stuff.
Lee: Like what?
Clementine: Putting a bug on his pillow.
Lee: Did you do that?
Clementine: (mischievous smile) Yes.
- Later when Lee is asking Duck if he's found any more clues.
Lee: Have you found anything else?
Duck: Just the chalk. I also found some bugs underneath the stairs. Don't tell Clementine.
Lee: Okay... I won't.
- If you gain Kenny's loyalty, Kenny's quiet Oh, Crap reaction if you tell him that you're a criminal. And this lead to this conversation after a long pause:
Kenny: (casually) It wasn't for touchin' kids, was it?
Lee: Gah, come on, man!
Kenny: What? I gotta ask!
- Also before you tell him about it, "Oh man, what'd the she-devil do to you..."
- After meeting a slightly nutty hobo:
Katjaa: It's nice to meet someone normal for a change.
Lee: (opens his mouth to say something, then changes his mind)
- Ben's guilty, shifty-eyed look when Lee finds him eating the last of Chuck's candy.
- If Lee speaks to Clementine after her first marksmanship lesson:
Clementine: My hands hurt. And there's a noise in my head, like eeeeeeeeeeeee!
- And don't forget the pout she makes when Lee tells her he has to cut her hair so it'll be harder for anyone to grab her (Walkers or otherwise). It's like >8[
- If you look closely in the RV, you can see Banang sitting in the cupholder.
- Lee complaining about Clementine's passivity towards Omid's swearing, "Oh, so he gets to swear?"
- The conversation between Clem and Lee reveals that another man had tried breaking into her house during Chapter 1, by throwing a rock at the sliding-glass door.
Lee: ...The door was open!
- This exchange:
Christa: Who the hell is into Civil War history anyway? Other than old white guys.
- It's his expression that does it. His grin stretches from ear to ear.
- There are three ways that Lee and Omid jumping onto the train can play out: If Lee pushes Omid, Omid gets hurt because he wasn't ready to fall; if Lee tells Omid to jump, he refuses at first and jumping too late somehow messes up the landing; but if Lee is silent or goads Omid into jumping by saying all right stay here and they'll go with Omid's lady, Omid jumps first and still hurts himself, making it look like he just sucks at falling.
- Talking to Ben on the train after exhausting all of his conversation options results in this unintentionally funny gem:
Lee: Hey Ben.
Ben: (Hopefully) Hey.
Lee: See ya.
Ben: (Looks away again, depressed) Yeah.
- This could be intentional by the developers, because they want to give players a chance to give Take That, Scrappy! to Ben.
- When you're teaching Clementine how to use a gun, she'll ask you if there's anything else she needs to know (e.g. holding her breath to steady the shot). If you don't respond, she'll give Lee a confused, skeptical look and say "I guess I probably know everything, then. Being a little girl and all."
- Recall back at episode 2 when Kenny assumed Lee may be able to pick locks because he's, uh, "urban". It gets a callback near the end of episode 3 where Lee and Clementine get to the locked door of a train station. As he gives her a boost, Lee thinks about lock-picking the door.
- If asked if Ben ever went into Macon, he'll say that he didn't go there that frequently, and found it kind of pointless, unintentionally insulting Lee, who is from Macon. Ben immediately tries to save face and apologize.
- When you have to cut Clementine's hair. When Lee says "Don't mope, it's a good thing." The look she gives him is priceless.
- One of the options when cutting her hair's funny too.
Clem: Have you ever cut hair before?
Lee: How hard can it be?
- Wyatt Leaning on the Fourth Wall during his observations.
Wyatt: *on a rear view mirror* Cant see shit.
Eddie: Who are you talking to?
Wyatt: Uh, you?
Oh. *Beat* What did you say?
Wyatt: *upon finding a backpack* It'd be great, backpack if you could tell me if your owner was alive or not.
Wyatt: Alright, I guess I'll just keep talking to myself out here because that makes sense...
- Nate has a funny way of getting Russell to "loosen up":
Nate: Come on, scale of 1 to 10... What do you think?
(a female walker starts bashing on the passenger side window)
Nate: She was slammin' before she was rotten, right? What do you think? Here, get a look.
(Nate rolls the window down and the walker grabs Russell)
Russell: FUCK!?! AHH! AHHH!
Nate: Like a nine, right?!
Russell: GET OFF ME!
Nate: Maybe you got high standards.
Nate: If you say five, I'm gonna flip. Tell me, Russ!
- Wyatt and Eddie's conversations in general. They're just two slacker-like type friends discussing and dealing with serious things in a rather humorous way. Eddie's story about Abigail is pretty much takes the cake:
You know, one time I was going out with this girl right; Abigail, you remember her. She told me that... she was five I think, her dad took her to the circus sideshow. They walked around for a while. Saw the chick with two heads. Saw a dude with lobster hands.
Some kind of monkey-human with a dick for a face, I don't know. She also said there was a little girl in there the size of an apple, but I called bullshit on that one. The point is, she saw there was this guy standing there, buck-naked and singing this weird— Are you even listening to me?
Eddie: The guy peed on her dad.
- Repeatedly tying at Rock-Paper-Scissors elicits some funny responses from Eddie.
- "Fuck Wall Street."
- If you have Russell introduce himself as "Asswipe", Nate will mention it throughout the entire story.
Russell: Leave me alone.
Nate: Asswipe. Asssswiiipe.
Come on, man.
Russell: You're fucking rude, man.
Asswipe's giving me fucking manners lessons?
Nate: Asswipe can move!
- People comparing Clementine to a girl on a can of peaches. She is not amused.
- After the second time, you have the option of Clem looking at the can of peaches and making an expression that just says "Do I really look like that?"
- While talking about Carver and his group hunting them, Alvin gives us this little gem.
Carlos: We can't be sure. They might be tracking us.
: Tracking? Who do you think they are, ninjas
- Clementine's face if you went with Pete and he asks for a cigarette. You can say they're gross and he'll get nasty and make her use her lighter. She makes a face like she's annoyed and frustrated.
- On the bridge you get this choice:
Clementine: "I'm not an asshole."
Luke: "Are you saying I'm an asshole?"
- Interestingly, this could be a Shout-Out to Survival Instinct (see Survival Instinct entry below).
- While climbing up the Ski Lift, you can make another crack at Luke's expense.
Luke:(in a comforting tone, with his arms out) Just look at me...
Clementine:(Looks back down at Luke) You look like an idiot.
Luke:(Folds arms) >:[ Just climb the thing already!
- Just before you cross the bridge, when Clementine's having trouble pulling her hammer out of a walker's skull:
Luke: Just give it a good pull. It'll come loose.
Clementine: I know. I've done this before. Remember? In a shed?
- Luke's meek defense of the cabin group if you say you're only with them because you don't have anywhere else to go:
Luke: We're uh... We're smarter than we look.
- Some moments when you're teaching Sarah how to shoot:
- This instance of Clementine parroting what Lee said to her without really understanding what it means.
Clementine:(referring to gun) It's just a thing.
Sarah: What does that mean?
Clementine: ...I don't know.
Clementine: Before you go to shoot, take a breath.
Sarah: (Takes a REALLY deep breath and holds it)
Clementine: Not that deep.
Sarah: What should I shoot? (Aims her thankfully unloaded gun at Clementine's head)
Clementine: ! (Ducks) Don't do that!
- Remember earlier when Pete said if Clementine ever tried to fire a rifle she'd probably get knocked on her ass? Turns out he was right.
- Nick does a shockingly good impression of Carlos.
Nick: They're probably over there talkin' 'bout me now. (puts on a Spanish accent) "Luke, he's becoming a danger to the group."
- Kenny calls Nick "Vanilla Ice" during an argument. Good to know his wit hasn't degraded any.
- In the scene where Kenny and Clementine are catching up, she has the option of saying Christa told her he was dead. He responds with this gem:
(with a wistful expression) I am. This is all a dream.
- That's a bit of a "Funny Aneurysm" Moment considering that later he appears to be losing his mind over the death of his wife and son.
- When Walter tells Kenny that he and Clem were talking about politics and since he's from Florida , he should be familiar with it, Kenny responds with another gem:
"Man, I know one advantage of living in the apocalypse
is not having to deal with that shit no more."
- This is also a Call Back to Season 1, where you can make Lee said to Katja about things that have been bad before the outbreak, like banks and politics, and how those "craps" are all gone.
- Clementine giving a deadpan "ow" when Luke hits her affectionately on the back.
- When the adults open up the panel on the wind turbine and can't figure out how to turn it off, Clem offers to do it while they watch the area. She can promptly take the key that's hanging on a hook inside the panel and use it to turn the big red button that is presumably the emergency stop. Just the fact that the adults didn't even consider whether there'd be something as simple as an emergency stop is inherently funny.
- This exchange when Carver visited the cabin where there were only Clementine and Sarah at the time:
Carver: "You know, you're not very polite for a little girl."
Clementine: "And you're not very polite for an adult."
- This exchange after the group left the cabin and Luke suggested he would check the bridge with Clementine, which Carlos wanted to oppose:
- If Clementine doesn't help Sarah take her picture, Sarah will take the picture herself, making a silly face as she does so. It gets funnier when Carver finds the picture and shows it to Clementine.