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Family Reunion 

Fargo's grandfather is discovered in a cryo-stasis chamber, but no one can determine how he got in there. Elsewhere, Zoe pursues another mystery involving her dad and a dozen roses.

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Episode complete credited cast:
... Jack Carter
... Allison Blake (as Salli Richardson)
... Henry Deacon
... Zoe Carter
... Nathan Stark
... Jo Lupo
... Douglas Fargo
... Pierre Fargo
... Andre Sandrov
... Larry Haberman
... Charlie
Deirdre Blades ... Belle St. John (as Dierdre Blades)
Martin Christopher ... Doctor
... Technician
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A Cryo-Stasis chamber, supposedly empty, is discovered as occupied and the occupant ready to come out. It turns out to be Fargo's grandfather who had been presumed voluntarily missing since 1957, but foul play is afoot. Gramps then decides to put right all the wrongs done him in his fifty year absence. Written by Keith Jenkins

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When Pierre Fargo and his grandson are walking down the street, overhead you can see a sign for Home Hardware, a Canadian hardware store. See more »

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Nathan Stark: Of all people to bring out of cryostasis I resurrect another Fargo.
Sheriff Jack Carter: Yeah, kharma's a bitch. Hey, um, is anyone curious as to HOW he got in there?
Nathan Stark: He's a FARGO, are you really surprised?
Douglas Fargo: I am standing right here.
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Eureka On My Mind Reprise
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Composed by Mark Mothersbaugh
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Quiet and Satisfying
18 May 2018 | by See all my reviews

Fargo gets to take a front and center role in Family Reunion and his character development is central to the crisis of the week. It is a quiet episode compared to other ones but there is a sweetness to it which compensates for some wee plot holes and the placid tone. There is a subplot with Carter and Zoe that flits in the background and has a much more complex and substantial payoff than could be seen coming. Lovely.


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