Fargo (2014– )
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The Six Ungraspables 

When Lester has a close call, Molly makes an unorthodox decision. Gus weighs some neighborly advice, and Malvo gets what he wants.

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Bill Oswalt
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Greta Grimly
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Vern Thurman
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Ida Thurman
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Pearl Nygaard
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When Lester has a close call, Molly makes an unorthodox decision. Gus weighs some neighborly advice, and Malvo gets what he wants.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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13 May 2014 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Lester Nygaard's (Martin Freeman) shells for his shotgun are the brand name "Pinhead." See more »

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In jail when Mr. Numbers and Mr. Wrench demand the name of the man who killed Hess, Lester blurts out "Lorne Malvo!" But it's not explained how Lester learned his name or alias. See more »

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Lorne Malvo: It was the Romans, wasn't it.
Stavros Milos: What are you saying?
Lorne Malvo: St. Lawrence, your window, Romans burned him alive.
Stavros Milos: They did.
Lorne Malvo: You know why?
Stavros Milos: Cause he was Christian.
Lorne Malvo: Maybe. But I think it was because the Romans were raised by wolves. The greatest empire in human history, founded by wolves. You know what wolves do. They hunt. They kill. It's why I never bought into the jungle book. Boy is raised by wolves and becomes friends with a bear and panther. I don't think so. I knew a guy once, had a hundred and ten ...
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References Bonanza (1959) See more »

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Fargo End Theme
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Written by Jeff Russo
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only breakfast and dinner..
5 March 2018 | by See all my reviews

Fargo

The Six Ungraspables

An urge to create high dramatic sequences that build up as a forward pass in the plotline (to project the amount of pain Martin Freeman goes through for the hand; the whole interrogation scene in jail is breathtaking) depicts how explicitly it is executed and as far as writing is concerned, all the tales (the guy trying to change the world and the 'breakfast and dinner' one) are just goose fleshing good.


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