lorne malvo


“It should be me,” he said. And out of the darkness the wolves came, whispering.

I’d call it animal. Except animals only kill for food.

It wasn’t a question of who, more like what.

He’s not gonna stop. You know that, right? A man like that– Maybe not even a man.


Let me tell you what’s gonna happen Officer Grimly. I’m going to roll my window up, then I’m going to drive away, and you’re gonna go home to your daughter, and every few years, you’re gonna look at her face and know that you’re alive because you chose not to go down a certain road on a certain night, that you chose to walk into the light instead of into the darkness. Do you understand me?

Lorne Malvo, Fargo S01E01 The Crocodile’s Dilemma

The crocodile paradox, also known as crocodile sophism, is a paradox in logic in the same family of paradoxes as the liar paradox. The premise states that a crocodile, who has stolen a child, promises the father/mother that their child will be returned if and only if they correctly predict what the crocodile will do next. The crocodile dilemma serves to expose some of the logical problems presented by metaknowledge. Ancient Greek sources were the first to discuss the crocodile dilemma.