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Date Posted: 15:02:38 02/04/03 Tue
Author: wormie
Subject: Re: Question about ep 1.1
In reply to: pixifer 's message, "Question about ep 1.1" on 14:03:45 02/04/03 Tue

>Moby straps Ian into the dolly, but the way he does it
>is careless. In the end, Ian just bends his knees to
>break the one piece of duct tape binding his legs.
>There is no way Moby could have honestly thought that
>would hold Ian. So what was he doing? Testing Ian's
>loyalty to Irons? Wanting to see if Ian would let him
>kill Kenny?
>Thoughts and opinions?

Actually, I don't think it was duct tape; I always thought it was a strip of metal (because of the way it way it falls away). I think Moby *thought* he had Ian pretty well restrained. I think Moby was sure of Ian's loyalty to Kenny--else why would Moby try to kill him in the opening chase scene?

just my $.02

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