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They took Ellie as the initial character model, but then morphed her into a hybrid of her and Ashley Johnson. Miss Page took things a bit too far. When creating a virtual persona, especially one that is "non-Disney," you must begin with something. You expect someone to create a face from nothing? There are certain "looks" that are universal. They changed it sufficiently such that it was no longer a resemblance. She should consider that a compliment.

The three arrive to a residence. While Joel and Bill argue, Ellie discovers an apparently operable vehicle in Frank's garage. Bill harshly orders her out and checks to see whether it works, finding the battery depleted but the cells active. He and Joel kill numerous infected on the street before reaching the top of a hill, where Ellie eventually starts the vehicle. [24] The couple hops in the back and tells Ellie to keep driving since more infected are on their way. They make it back to Bill's church safely. Bill orders Ellie to stop the vehicle and leaves, with Joel stepping out to say goodbye. Both mention briefly that Ellie held her own against the infected, but Bill is certain that Joel will die shortly. He gives Joel a siphon hose before departing, so he can get gas from abandoned automobiles. They continue on their way to Pittsburgh.

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3 "I keep going back and forth...I'd want to believe it."

It's logical that youngsters who grew up in the zombie world wouldn't believe in the afterlife since they'd witnessed misery on Earth. Ellie didn't believe in heaven since it didn't make any sense to her.

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