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The Heap 

Molly faces pressure to close the case, while Lester starts to feel like a new man.

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Lorne Malvo
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Lou Solverson
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Greta Grimly
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Bo Munk
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Molly faces pressure to close the case, while Lester starts to feel like a new man.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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There is a version of 'Ode to Joy Symphony No 9' (Beethoven) played on a steel drum. The same music was whistled in 'Raising Arizona (1987)'. See more »

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At the "welcome back" party, when Molly is talking to Ida, Molly is against the windows and the blinds are up, but when Bill comes into frame and we can see she's not against the window anymore and the blinds are down. See more »

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Gus Grimly: So um, I saw in the paper this morning the Logging Festival is coming up, over in your neck of the uh... and Greta, she really likes going to that.
Molly Solverson: Yeah, me too.
Gus Grimly: Yeah? Good. Good. Well maybe uh, well, I mean, maybe we'll see you there.
Molly Solverson: Yeah, a certainty if we go together.
Gus Grimly: Yeah. Yeah, you're right about that. And when you're right, you're right.
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References Raising Arizona (1987) See more »

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Ode to Joy
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Written by Ludwig van Beethoven
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Malvo Rises
6 October 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Malvo kills a guard and talks to the "silent" partner in the duo of hit men. Instead of killing this guy, he makes a silent alliance with him. He gives him the key to the handcuffs (stolen from the dead cop) and tells him that when he feels better he should look him up. Gus and Molly agree to a date and suddenly we are moved a year into the future. Gus is driving a mail truck and Molly is a very pregnant cop. The two FBI guys have been exiled to the records room where they sit all day realizing there is no future. Lester now has incredible confidence. He makes the bold move of stapling the foreheads of the two Hess boys. In that one year leap, he has obviously become a different person. He is at a fancy hotel where he is awarded salesman of the year. He has married the office secretary, a beautiful young woman. Molly keeps saying that they have everything, but she lies awake, still thinking about the case involving Lester. We can assume that Lester's brother is in prison and Lester doesn't bat an eye. And then, when thing are going great, the episode ends with a bang.


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