What makes you say that? Sizemore doesn't seem loyal to Stanley at all.Spot wrote:Of the two, Maggie at least, has started to realize this. Sizemore, unfortunately, remains too loyal to Stanley for his own good.
When Parson suggested throwing a brick at Stanley, Maggie locked up; Sizemore had no problem evaluating it.
Sizemore is subtly contemptuous of Stanley on a number of occasions -- his noncommittal response when Parson says that Ansom considers Stanley an idiot, say.
Sizemore seems to be at least somewhat suspicious of the sequence of events that brought Stanley to power.
He was perfectly willing to just give up when the opportunity to do so gracefully presented itself. This isn't the action of someone loyal to Stanley -- someone really loyal would have been trying to look out for Stanley's interests, even after a blowup like that.
Sizemore strikes me as the kind of guy who does his job because that's the sort of person he is. He doesn't strike me as having any personal loyalty to Stanley at all (and the fact that he was able to answer Parson's question about the brick while Wanda locked up suggests that he might have a low mechanical loyalty, too.)