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Post by daydreaming reader » 04 Dec 2018, 20:43

Tim spoke publicly about his involvement in the investigation before his death. However, if it wasn't for Paul's plan, Tim would never have been involved in any investigation. Thus, do you think Paul felt some degree of guilt in regards to Tim's death?
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Post by leanne_brown17 » 05 Dec 2018, 10:33

We didn't see a lot of Paul's guilt after Tim died, but he probably did feel some. Due to the fact that Tim had also been interested in dating Rachelle, and that Paul was a bit of a coward when it came to her, perhaps one could stretch it to assume that Paul was conflicted about how he felt regarding Tim's death. On the one hand, a friend and valued community member was gone, and on the other, so was Paul's most forefront romantic competitor.

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Post by Ever_Reading » 05 Dec 2018, 12:20

leanne_brown17 wrote:
05 Dec 2018, 10:33
We didn't see a lot of Paul's guilt after Tim died, but he probably did feel some. Due to the fact that Tim had also been interested in dating Rachelle, and that Paul was a bit of a coward when it came to her, perhaps one could stretch it to assume that Paul was conflicted about how he felt regarding Tim's death. On the one hand, a friend and valued community member was gone, and on the other, so was Paul's most forefront romantic competitor.
I'm with you on this one. I feel like his determination to find the killer only came as part of doing his job.
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Post by Bianka Walter » 05 Dec 2018, 16:36

I'm actually quite glad that we didn't see too much guilt over Tim's death. Paul was a bit of a wet anyway, and then to laden him with guilt would have made him seem too pathetic.
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