Fargo (2014– )
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The Myth of Sisyphus 

The Gerhardts' search for Rye intensifies, Lou takes a trip to Fargo, and Peggy overhears a new theory about the Waffle Hut shooter.

Director:

Michael Uppendahl

Writers:

Robert De Laurentiis (as Bob DeLaurentis), Noah Hawley (created for television by)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kirsten Dunst ... Peggy Blumquist
Patrick Wilson ... Lou Solverson
Jesse Plemons ... Ed Blumquist
Jean Smart ... Floyd Gerhardt
Ted Danson ... Hank Larsson
Cristin Milioti ... Betsy Solverson
Jeffrey Donovan ... Dodd Gerhardt
Bokeem Woodbine ... Mike Milligan
Brad Garrett ... Joe Bulo
Mike Bradecich ... Skip Sprang
Elizabeth Marvel ... Constance Heck
Keir O'Donnell ... Ben Schmidt
Michael Hogan ... Otto Gerhardt
Rachel Keller ... Simone Gerhardt
Zahn McClarnon ... Hanzee Dent
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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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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Thriller

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Language:

English

Release Date:

26 October 2015 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

First appearance of Roost Bolton, played by Jake T. Roberts. See more »

Goofs

In the second episode, Judge Mundt is referred to as a municipal judge. However, in this episode, she is referred to as a state judge. See more »

Quotes

Lou Solverson: Am I the only one here who's clear on the concept of law enforcement?
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Connections

References High Noon (1952) See more »

Soundtracks

El Amor Brujo: Danza Ritual del Fuego
(uncredited)
Performed by Katona Twins, Juanita Lascarro & David Garcia Mir
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Strong characters in a gripping build-up
2 November 2015 | by ramon_juchliSee all my reviews

After watching the first three episodes of this new season, all of which I enjoyed very much, two things stood out to me the most.

Firstly, the characters are simply stellar. As it was already the case for the first season of the series, the acting is on point. All the characters are a treat to watch. They are ambivalent, shifty and in most cases very relatable. It's almost impossible to make a distinction between the "good guys" and "the bad guys". The line between hero and villain is a blurry one in the world of "Fargo" Secondly, the slow, but steady build-up to a possibly violent finale can be felt throughout all three episodes. There is some sort of underlying tension in every part of action that takes place. You can't help but feel a little uneasy.

Even though the setting is slightly different to the first season, a lot of the same themes come up in these new episodes. Atmosphere- and, most importantly, quality-wise, Fargo's Season 2 picks up where the viewer was left with season 1.


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