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ON TV: Fargo Season 2 Finale & Review

Article by: Frank Memmesheimer   Fargo S2 E10 Palindrom That’s not fair! I was a victim first.   Okay then. This is it. The all-or-nothing moment. Fargo’s chance to go 10 for 10. After a brilliant season of TV, the final hour of dropped heartbeats and forgotten breaths is here. Will we once more witness

ON TV: Fargo S2 Episodes 8 & 9 Review

Article by: Frank Memmesheimer   Fargo S2 E8 Loplop Ya don’t ask, ya just go!   “Stories used to be a lot simpler, that’s for sure,” Floyd Gerhardt reminisced last week. The plot thickens this week as the unfolding events leave the world in disarray and noticeably accelerate towards this season’s climax.   The Little Things The last

ON TV: Fargo S2 Episodes 6 & 7 Review

Article by: Frank Memmesheimer   Fargo S2 E6 Rhinoceros What Would Elron do?   As masks come off and carefully maintained facades crumble, we learn who the people in Fargo really are. Buckle up, you’re in for a hell of a ride. Peggy Ed is hauled away to jail instead of Peggy. There is no admission of

ON TV: Fargo S2 Episodes 4 & 5 Review

Article by: Frank Memmesheimer   Fargo S2 E4 Fear and Trembling Down into the black echo.   What’s Happening? Flashback to 1951: Otto Gerhardt takes a much younger Dodd (maybe ten or eleven years of age) to a meeting with a business associate/competitor that turns sour. Mere moments before his own execution, Otto answers

ON TV: Fargo S2 Episodes 2 & 3 Review

Article by: Frank Memmesheimer   Fargo S2 E2 Before the Law Mommy is doing daddy’s job again.   What’s Happening? The Kansas City crime cartel offers to buy out the Gerhardt family syndicate. Negotiator Joe Bulo (Brad Garrett, left) delivers the message and grants the family time to consider their response. Preparing for their likely

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