On this page of our Tell Me Why Game guide you will find a walkthrough for the second stage of the third chapter of the game. You will find out what needs to be done to continue the game.
Due to the game's genre, the walkthrough contains spoilers that reveal certain plot elements. If you continue reading the guide you agree to learn about some of the content, such as new locations or some characters.
Lunch with Dee
As soon as you walk into the station, Alyson starts talking to Dee. However, they will not eat a meal together. The woman will ask you for a minute to do the paperwork.
During this time, you can explore a building well known to you. When you walk into the kitchen, there's a man waiting for you. He'll tell you Eddy's busy, and it's best if you leave his papers in the cubbyhole.
Go to the top floor and put the papers in the cubbyhole. It's right by the door, so you should easily find it.
Once the papers have been delivered, you can go back to the kitchen and start eating the cake. You can now start a conversation with a police officer or eavesdrop on a conversation Dee is having.
When Dee's done talking, she'll come to you. You can talk to her about the job for a while, then give her a present. But she won't have much time for you.
After you talk to the woman, you're approached by an officer. She's gonna be asking about the Tyler thing.
During the conversation with the officer, Alyson sees various visions/memories again. This will cause her to have a panic attack which will make her have to go outside.
Alyson will sit on the stairs and a minigame will begin. Your job is to help her breathe. You have to press Space at a right time. This means exactly when one white circle connects to the other. That way, Alyson can now breathe.
After regaining composure, Alyson relives various memories. They are interrupted by Eddy's appearance.
Conversation with Eddy
Alyson's uncle will want to help her. He begins a brief conversation with her during which he wants to find out what happened. The mother topic is connected to an important choice. You can admit it wasn't Tyler who killed her.