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.
Did You Know?
The title refers to a genuine paradox in philosophy called the Barber paradox, which is a specific version of (Bertrand) Russell's paradox. In a town where all the men are clean-shaven, there is a barber who shaves every man if and only if that man doesn't shave himself. This leads to the paradox of "who shaves the barber?" If the barber shaves himself, then he can't shave himself. And if he doesn't shave himself, then he must. The generalized version is Russell's paradox - the question of whether the set of all sets which doesn't contain itself contains itself or not. If it contains itself, then it mustn't contain itself and if it doesn't contain itself, then it must. See more
When Deputy Solverson takes the white board off the wall in the hospital room, it's full of writing; but when she turns and hands it to the wounded hit man, it's pristine like it's never been used. See more
I shot him twice. Just like they teach you. Center mass. And him with a bazooka. How the heck did I do that?
Cause you're you.
The title credit 'Fargo' doesn't appear until 13 minutes into the episode. See more
References The Matrix
Fargo End Theme
Written by Jeff Russo See more