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Now that we’ve moved on from the excellent pilot episode, the big question is: does Fargo continue to live up to the greatness of its cinematic predecessor? Oh, you betcha. Unfortunately, it does fall a bit short of last week’s debut, though it’s still by all accounts one of the best shows currently on television.

While “The Rooster Prince” may not have had as many blood-soaked surprises as “The Crocodile’s Dilemma,” it did manage to make matters even more intense for all involved, while helping set the stage for things to come. However, that stage-setting came at a price, as both the humor and mayhem weren’t as controlled or quite as polished this time around.

The episode opens with another stark, snow covered landscape, with a stretch of highway leading us to our destination. A car passes, and in it are two new characters: a »

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