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In the events following the motel massacre, Hanzee goes after Ed and Peggy.

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Floyd Gerhardt
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Molly Solverson
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Greta Grimly
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Gus Grimly
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Lou Solverson
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Ben Schmidt
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Simone Gerhardt
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In the events following the motel massacre, Hanzee goes after Ed and Peggy.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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14 December 2015 (USA)  »

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The Dream Sequence in the beginning of the episode, mirrors the pseudo-prophetic dream (e.g music, tone, family centered) that Nicholas Cage's character H.I. has at the end of the Coen Brother's film, "Raising Arizona". Also the shift in the dream sequence to the nightmarish vision of a hell-like being (Hanzee) parallels the nightmare dream sequence in the middle of "Raising Arizona" that H.I. has of a hell-like being (bounty hunter - Leonard Smalls). See more »

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Leinenkugel's Red Lager is on the shelves of the supermarket where Ed and Peggy flee (in 1979), even though that variety was first introduced in 1993. See more »

Quotes

Lou Solverson: I'm gonna take Peggy Blumquist back to Minnesota.
[clears his throat]
Lou Solverson: If anyone's got a problem with that, after the week I've had, they can keep it to themselves...
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References Raising Arizona (1987) See more »

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The Wedding Cake
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Performed by Jeannie C. Riley
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One of the Greatest Seasons Of TV Ever
16 December 2015 | by See all my reviews

I love Fargo. I can finally say that. While I thoroughly enjoyed last season, I didn't think it was quite perfection in the way that a lot of others did. I felt as though one storyline in particular went in a direction that, while interesting, didn't tie in with the rest of the season. Due to my love of the first season of True Detective, I favored that show over this one. However, this season of Fargo totally won me over. It was brilliant in every single way, and I felt s if it was totally perfect. While it would be hard for me to compare it to season 1 True Detective, I definitely felt it ranks among the greatest, probably top 5, after all of Breaking Bad of course. This season was absolutely incredible, and I could not have had higher expectations heading into the finale. After the finale, I found myself disappointed. I had grown so accustomed to a totally final conclusion, that I forgot how beautifully real this TV show is. I realized how perfect it was upon reflection, as it occurred to me that the ending we got was entirely perfect, and I'm not simply denying it is bad. I'm recognizing it's true greatness and raw realism. Due to the week-by-week approach of the show, it made it hard to accept the non-formulaic ending. However, if I were to binge-watch it, it would totally fit. This season was not about finality, but about reaching totality. That totality was reached in a brilliant and low-key conclusion to one of the greatest seasons of TV ever. Thank you Fargo season 2, you have truly brought happiness to me.


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