Friday, December 4, 2009

Pulp Fiction - Vincent Vega's Death

-----Uh Oh...

It seems like every time Vincent Vega goes to the bathroom something bad happens. An armed robbery at the diner while Vincent is in the bathroom. Mia mistakes his heroin for cocaine, snorts it, and overdoses while Vincent is in the bathroom. But it was during a stakeout at Butch’s apartment, that Butch kills Vincent with a Czech M61 submachine gun after Vincent comes out of, you guessed it.....the bathroom.

The real question is....would Butch have killed Vincent if he didn't make the Pop-Tarts?

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5 comments:

le0pard13 said...

Oh, that is a good one. You have a very clever blog, Alex. I gave you a shout out today on a post of my own. Thanks for this.

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Anonymous said...

Thats not a Czechoslovak weapon.
In fact,designation "M61" does not exist.
Wikipeidia has it listed as proper designation "Vz.61" translated to "Model 61",but that is not the weapon featured.
Here is Wikipedia link to Vz61-

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vz_61

The weapon in the movie appears more like a Ingram MAC Model 10/11.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MAC-10

Anonymous said...

The question that's always intrigued me is: Did Vincent die because he ignored the "divine intervention" that caused Jules to to quit the murder for hire business? Or did Vincent die because Jules quit and wasn't there to back him up? But yeah, astute observation on the bathroom correlation. I feel like a dolt for never noticing.