“Well, Terry has found some normalcy in his life, which is what he wants more than anything. Everything that he saw in the war; the tumultuous tempest that goes on in his head with his PTSD. Now that he has a focus on a good life with a good woman — Terry sees her NO other way — and a family that he’s moved into, this is the best blessing that could ever be for him. He lives a domestic life. He is a caretaker and a bit of a breadwinner. Now, he’s got a good job — well, a solid job — and who knows if he might not have some stuff going on on the side to make a little bit more money.”
Enough about Terry. What’s with letting the kid have that creepy doll? “Well, it’s sturdy and that was my line — 'Well, he can’t tear this thing up' — and he kinda looks past those kind of things. And ya know, boys will be boys. Yeah, the thing looks dirty and it’s old and charming … but I think mostly because it’s sturdy and he can’t really tear the head off it.”
Don’t let your kid play with evil things, no matter how sturdy. That’s in all the parenting books.
Want to see Todd kicking it? Check it out! He’s pretty good.