Fargo (2014– )
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Molly recuperates from her injury, while Malvo looks to dispatch a syndicate in Fargo. Lester continues his descent into darkness with the unfolding of his plan.

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Molly recuperates from her injury, while Malvo looks to dispatch a syndicate in Fargo. Lester continues his descent into darkness with the unfolding of his plan.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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Trivia

When Lorne is questioning his employer, the telephone-choice "Hearse or ambulance" is a reference to the 1996 movie, Sling Blade, in which Billy Bob Thornton is in a similar dilemma. See more »

Goofs

When Molly is talking to the deaf gunman in the hospital, the view through the hospital window shows an area devoid of snow, even through the gun battle was supposed to have taken place during a blizzard with snow accumulations in excess of 18". See more »

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Molly Solverson: I shot him twice. Just like they teach you. Center mass. And him with a bazooka. How the heck did I do that?
Gus Grimly: Cause you're you.
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The title credit 'Fargo' doesn't appear until 13 minutes into the episode. See more »

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Referenced in Clever Girl: Somebody Help (2016) See more »

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Trouble, Trouble
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Performed by Betty Roche
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Lester Comes Into His Own
6 October 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Lorne has become almost a supernatural character. Perhaps this whole series is an allegory. He has now taken it upon himself to find out who set the dogs on him. He is such a killing machine. Meanwhile, Molly recovers with Gus at her side. The gunshot went through her leg. She begins to put two and two together concerning Lester, but it appears that she is the only one. When Lester left the hospital, he put evidence in his brother's hidden gun cabinet that sets him up as the killer. Everything starts when the gun he placed in the boy's backpack falls on the floor of his classroom. During an interview, Lester betrays his brother, leaving him to swing in the wind for the murder he committed. When Molly finds out, she is stunned. There are some really remarkable scenes, among them an outside shot of a building as Lorne takes his assault rifle to unleash carnage. We never see any of the murders, just glass being demolished and he shouts of the victims. Very good.


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