-Help Lily or Kenny in freezer. Where's the option of grabbing Kenny and telling him to STFU, could always have busted Larry's head AFTER it was clear he was dead.
-Taking either everything or nothing from the car at the end. Clem seems disappointed by my choice of taking the stuff, but I didn't have to take everything. That many supplies puts a burden on the group due to carrying it, better to take what we need and leave some for the potential survivors.
-Which brings me to my expectation I'm slowly eroding trust with Clem based on my actions in Ep2. The moral consequences of your choices are slightly too "good vs evil" at times, which is frustrating as fuck. I killed both farm boys, not because I'm an evil fuck (even though the game seems to categorize that as an "evil" choice, but rather because leaving cannibals alive, allowing them to trick and kill other people down the road seems stupid. Same thing with the car: It's an abandoned car with no one nearby. The likelihood of the people being dead is much much higher, so why is it considered evil?
Also, there's too much of a disparity in conversation at times. In ep1 and some parts of 2 I sided with Kenny on a few things, and he was quite buddy buddy when we're talking, but randomly yelled "WHAT ABOUT DUCK, LEE, YOU DIDN'T TRY TO SAVE HIM BACK THEN", then went back to friendly again as if his outburst didn't happen. Very weird and kinda shoddily written.