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FBI Agent Budge (Character)
from "Fargo" (2014)

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  1. "Fargo"
        - Morton's Fork (2014) TV episode, Played by Jordan Peele
        - A Fox, a Rabbit, and a Cabbage (2014) TV episode, Played by Jordan Peele
        - The Heap (2014) TV episode, Played by Jordan Peele
        - Who Shaves the Barber? (2014) TV episode, Played by Jordan Peele

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From "Fargo: The Heap (#1.8)" (2014)
FBI Agent Pepper: The file room. A room with files. Say you took one of them out.
FBI Agent Budge: Took it where?
FBI Agent Pepper: Doesn't matter. Let's say you took one of the files out. Is it still the file room?
FBI Agent Budge: Pizza today right? In the cafeteria? Or is it meatloaf?
FBI Agent Budge: Now I'm saying that you and I both agree that the file room minus one file is still the file room. Now, let's say you took another one out, and then another. If the file room minus one file is still the file room, and you keep subtracting one at a time, you could end up with zero files. I'm saying logically. Or even negative files, and it would still...
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