A ruthless, manipulative man meets a small town insurance salesman and sets him on a path of destruction.
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The title refers to a paradox in which a crocodile steals a child, and promises the father that his son will be returned if he can correctly predict whether or not the crocodile will return the child. If the father thinks that it will not, the crocodile loses the deal no matter what. If the crocodile wants to give him back, it has to keep him. If it wants to keep him, it has to give him back. See more
The car Lorne is driving has a Minnesota license plate with seven numbers (6286-330). A standard Minnesota license plate has three numbers followed by three letters. See more
Now, come on, Sam. It, it's Nygaard. Just like in highschool.
References The Big Lebowski
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