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Fargo; Season 2
Topic Started: Jun 18 2015, 02:41 PM (1,475 Views)
bilki
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I enjoyed it.

That judge was a bad ass. The story of Job, the bug spray....loved it! Too bad we lost her so soon.

Not going to the police wasn't the smartest choice but I can see Peggy Blomquist thinking she was in deep shit if she'd gone to them.

Do we know anything about the fate of Molly's mother from something that was said in S1?

I'll probably think of Brad Garrett as Robert Barone with a crazy wig on for a couple episodes.

Looking forward to what Jean Smart will get to do. The only thing that was recognizable was her voice.
Edited by bilki, Oct 16 2015, 10:41 PM.
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I'm intrigued by Mother Gerhardt versus her power-hungry son.

I thought the scene out on the road with Sheriff Hank and the Kansas City crew was intense. I didn't know enough about future episodes to know if Hank would walk away alive. While the finger scene was amusing, it felt like one of those teases that writers love to rely on....especially soap writers.

The bug spray on the diner table was funny. I wonder if someone close to the judge would be able to explain that.
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Yes, the power of a guilty conscience. He's just stopping by to grab some bacon while I'm in the back putting some guy through the meat grinder. If only Lou could have heard Ed's heart beating. I did love the nod the wood chipper scene from the movie. I was just thinking about McDormand's facial reaction to that the other day.
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Lou's visit to the Gerhardt compound was good fun. I loved "you're dancing with the wrong girl" and Dodd's reaction to it.

Didn't care for the typewriter guy but that was an awful way to go.
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Oct 28 2015, 06:23 AM
I personally would have ran. I would have rather been shot then go like that.
Right! I was wondering why he wasn't begging them to shoot him in the head first but running would have been a good way to get that taken care of.
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The showdown at the butcher shop was fun. Poor Charlie. He failed at his mission. I wondered if Dodd expected things not to go well.

Jean Smart is great but I'm finding myself not caring much who dies in the war between The Gerhardts and The Kansas City crew. They all seem like assholes.

I think I'm enjoying Hank's visits to the Solverson home more than most of the rest of the nonsense.
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I was also surprised Brad Garret went out the way he did, especially because he didn't get to do much.

I loved Peggy besting Dodd and shocking him with that cattle prod. It's funny that Peggy and Ed are somehow faring better than the Gerhardts.

I didn't think Hank would still be alive by the end of this one. The Gerhardt brothers must think they can really just get away with anything. I can't figure out if they're extremely arrogant or just really stupid.
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Peggy and Dodd were hilarious together. I loved it when she stabbed him to make him be nice. Dodd getting free of those ropes seemed highly unlikely but I was pleased that Peggy and Ed survived the ordeal.

Hanzee at the gas station's store seemed like a nod to the scene in No Country for Old Men.

This was probably my favorite episode of the season.
Edited by bilki, Dec 1 2015, 12:51 AM.
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Dec 1 2015, 11:52 PM
I was kind of surprised that the Indian killed Dodd.
Me, too. All I could figure was that he was having a moment of being worn out of people treating him like shit, and then Dodd started with the name-calling. Seemed like he was willing to allow Peggy to stab him in the neck, too. Then he saw the cops and his adrenaline kicked in.
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That was one helluva massacre at Sioux Falls. Poor Floyd. She was the only Gerhardt with some sense.

Now that I finally realize that Albert Camus was an influence for this season, Peggy and Ed's survival is all the more enjoyable.

Didn't think Hank would make it out of this one. And while Lou is out trying to save the world, his wife is at home dying.

Still not sure what I think of the UFO.
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They seemed more accepting of the UFO at EW.com than they were at HitFix. I think I would have appreciated it more if there had been some ambiguity surrounding the identity of the object. I did love Peggy's matter-of-fact comment, though. Kirsten Dunst has been so fun to watch.
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Did we see Peggy hit Rye because he was watching a UFO and I missed it?

I'm enjoying this season more than last, though I thought last season felt like it had a purpose from the start. I've questioned the point of this season several times until we got to the massacre at Sioux Falls. But I've stuck with this season, while last season I skipped a couple episodes. Martin Freeman and Alison Tolman were the only reason I watched last season's finale. I wanted to see how things would play out for poor, unfortunate Lester.
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Oh yeah! I didn't miss it, I just forgot about it in the meantime, lol. Thanks, Dax!

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It was OK.

I thought Peggy's monologue in the back of the patrol car was the most interesting thing that happened. I liked how she said a man wouldn't be able to understand her point of view, then Lou validated that with his response to her. Yes, people died but that wasn't really what she was talking about.

The family moments had a sweetness to them that didn't make me want to mute the sound.

Hanzee wanting a face lift made me chuckle. His inner demons will still know where to find him.
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