The Gerhardts' search for Rye intensifies, Lou takes a trip to Fargo, and Peggy overhears a new theory about the Waffle Hut shooter.
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The title of this episode comes from the philosophical book of the same name by Albert Camus. In it Camus uses the story of Sisyphus, a Greek mythological figure condemned to push a boulder up a hill only to have roll back down to the bottom, a process he has to repeat for all of eternity. Camus uses the story as a metaphor to explain the absurdity of life and how one should embrace it. See more
Hank tells Lou over the walkie-talkie that he found a match on the gun he found at the waffle house. And that it belonged to the killer Rye Gerhardt, but what about the car Rye drives to the waffle house. There is a brief mention of it in the 1st episode and nothing else. It makes no sense as how Hank who is dubious enough to investigate a shoe hanging on a tree branch misses a detail as large as a car. What happened to the car anyway? See more
I like you. I met another fella from Minnesota yesterday. A big guy. Sheriff, I think. I liked him too.
We're very friendly people.
No, that's not it. Pretty unfriendly, actually. But it's the way you're unfriendly. How you're so polite about it. Like you're doing me a favor.
References High Noon
Send Her to Me
Performed by Wayne Chance See more