In True Romance, there is a scene where Vincenzo Coccotti (Christopher Walken) interrogates Clifford Worley (Dennis Hopper) on Worley's son's whereabouts.
After Worley tries a couple of failed lies, he then decides to give a derogatory history lesson on the Sicilians. This speech infuriates Coccotti to the point where his only focus becomes to put several bullets in Worley's head.
So, before the gunshots, everyone is smiling and laughing and Coccotti says to Worley:
You're a cantaloupe
This is in response to being called another type of fruit by Worley.
I don't understand why Coccotti called Worley a cantaloupe.
Is there any meaning behind this or was he just trying to go tit-for-tat and that was the best response he could come up with?