Fargo (2014– )
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Who Rules the Land of Denial? 

Nikki struggles to survive; Emmit gets spooked; Sy joins Varga for tea.


Mike Barker

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ewan McGregor ... Emmit Stussy
Carrie Coon ... Gloria Burgle
Mary Elizabeth Winstead ... Nikki Swango
Goran Bogdan ... Yuri Gurka
David Thewlis ... V.M. Varga
Michael Stuhlbarg ... Sy Feltz
Russell Harvard ... Mr. Wrench
Ray Wise ... Paul Marrane
Mark Forward ... Donny Mashman
Olivia Sandoval ... Winnie Lopez
DJ Qualls ... Golem
Andy Yu ... Meemo
Zina Lee ... Madeline
Graham Verchere ... Nathan Burgle
Andrew Moxham ... Ron Burgle


Nikki struggles to survive; Emmit gets spooked; Sy joins Varga for tea.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller








Release Date:

7 June 2017 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.00 : 1
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Did You Know?


The only Fargo episode as of release to not use "The following took place in...", "At the request of the survivors..." and "Out of respect for the dead..." title cards. It does, however, still use "This is a true story", with the words appearing one at a time and cutting to a black background for each word, instead of displaying them in the foreground of the scene. See more »


Mr. Wrench: [Chained to each other, writing on the snow] after you?
Nikki Swango: Sorry.
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References The Big Lebowski (1998) See more »


Deck the Halls
Traditional tune, lyrics by Thomas Oliphant
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Now we truly feel Fargo's power
8 June 2017 | by hgifford-43597See all my reviews

I think we can all agree that this season started off a little slow. A bang and then a slow set-up. We were all waiting for the huge climax, and we got it in episode 5. In the past two episodes, the plot has become so extraordinary, and we get to truly see what Fargo is all about for the following reasons: 1. The allusions from season 1, 2 and the movie; I noticed three major allusions that shocked me. First, the most obvious is the one from the movie. The car flips off the road, and the drivers get killed execution style. The second and third one was a combination. The stamp! I don't know how we didn't see this before. The myth of Sisyphus from season 2. Does it symbolize Emit's struggle? However, that isn't even the biggest clue. Also, in the stamp, there was a more subtle allusion... Palindrome. The twos on the stamp reflect each other. Does that symbolize Emit's fate! 2. Last one. Back from episode one we met Euri. Euri apparently killed a woman named Helga. Euri was the hit-man wearing the wolf hat following Nikki and our deaf guy (from season 1). He was being judged and his past finally catches up with him. Overall, an amazing episode filled with great acting, thrilling twists, and subtle details that keep us on the edge of our seat.

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