Fargo The Law of Non-Contradiction Season 3 Episode 3 Recap – Gloria Burgle heads to Los Angeles to see if Ennis’s murder is tied to his secret past. Fargo The Law of Non-Contradiction Season 3 Episode 3 Recap Spoilers below Except for a brief scene at the end of the episode, this episode takes place
Fargo The Principle of Restricted Choice Season 3 Episode 2 Recap – An episode wonderfully overstuffed with hashtag possibilities and an abundance of word crafting, The Principle of Restricted Choice finds Gloria following the leads on Ennis’s murder. Nikki hatches a plan to get the stamp and unblock Ray’s chi. And, Emmit’s new business partners
Fargo The Law of Vacant Places Season 3 Episode 1 Recap – It is so much fun to have Fargo back: with a closer to the present timeline, a new wonderful cast, and of course that unmistakable accent (now more likely to be found in points north of Hennepin County than among the plentiful cul
“Only a fool thinks he can solve the world’s problems.” Fargo, the series, and especially ‘The Six Ungraspables’ work on you as a viewer and challenge your reactions to plot and characters. In earlier episodes, for example, I was amused by some of the things Lorne Malvo instigated. I knew he was a bad guy.
With Mother’s Day just a few days away, it seemed appropriate to share some maternal musings from Gina Hess, recently widowed wife of Sam Hess and mother of Mickey and Moe: “I’ve taken shits I want to live with more than them.” That out of the way, Lorne Malvo raises his evilness rating significantly, in
The title of tonight’s episode refers to a Jewish parable where a prince forgets his identity and with the assistance of a sage who is willing to go along with his current state of mind in order to coax the prince into acting normally. And I’m not sure what to do with that. The disturbing
A crocodile snatches a child and promises the return of the child on the condition that the father can correctly answer exactly what the crocodile will do – how should the crocodile respond in the event that the father correctly guesses the child will not be returned? I’m not sure what great logicians or philosophers