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OriDoodle
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07:14:22 PM Mar 16th 2011
Is it honor before reason or somehting else?

  • Honor Before Reason - Troy took Archer's baby boy from him; he owes the terrorist nothing. And yet he protected Troy's illegitimate little boy under a hail of police gunfire as if he were his own, and even adopted him and loved him as if he were his own; in spite of being the son of his son's murderer.
    • Because Archer would be no better than Troy if he did otherwise. The point is less that Archer owes it to Troy, and more that Archer is the better man.
    • The fact that the kid reminds him of his own dead son probably helped.
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