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Fargo season 3 by C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 13:18:37 EST ID:3LocXO+9 No.381865 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Set in 2010, the third installment of Fargo centers on Emmit Stussy and his slightly younger brother Ray (Ewan McGregor in dual roles). Emmit, the “Parking Lot King of Minnesota,” is a handsome, self-made real estate mogul with a perfect family – a real American success story. His slightly younger brother Ray is more of a cautionary tale. Wilted from a lifetime of living in Emmit’s shadow, Ray is a balding, pot-bellied parole officer with a huge chip on his shoulder about the hand he’s been dealt – and he blames his brother.

The only bright spot in Ray’s life is the love of a not-so-good woman, Nikki Swango (Mary Elizabeth Winstead), one of his parolees. Nikki has brains, beauty and a deep and abiding passion for competitive bridge. She decides to help Ray turn his fortunes around, by essentially stealing back his good karma. Unsurprisingly, things quickly get out of hand and petty theft leads to murder. When the mayhem crosses county lines, Eden Valley Police Chief Gloria Burgle (Carrie Coon), a newly divorced mother, is called upon to investigate. Normally steady and imperturbable, Gloria is shaken when the case takes an unexpectedly personal turn.

The season premieres tonight at 10pm EDT on FX
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Eowyn - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 13:34:55 EST ID:kWRPHhls No.381868 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Thanks Chigs
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Tommy Pickles - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 17:47:49 EST ID:fE1GnZYV No.381879 Report Quick Reply
Will it have aliums?
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Jolene Blalock - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 17:59:44 EST ID:PIXohNKK No.381880 Ignore Report Quick Reply
On paper this might be my favorite Fargo cast yet. Super hyped in particular about Carrie Coon being a lead on two great shows airing at the same time.
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Tommy Pickles - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 18:03:59 EST ID:fE1GnZYV No.381881 Report Quick Reply
>>381880
I dont know any of this cast, im having trouble even mentally placing ewon mcfucker. Who's carrie coon and whats her other show she stars in? It says she plays a newly divorced mother. I hate single moms, theyre all single for a good reason.

I'm still hyped, but last year had way more names I knew. Bruce Campbell, even if he was very limitted. Ted Danson was amazing. Wasn't the cop the guy from Insidious? And the chick from Spider-Man gave a shockingly unique performance.
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Boba Fett - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 18:42:44 EST ID:uInzn1Q/ No.381883 Report Quick Reply
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>>381881
Ewan McGregor played the main character Renton in the Trainspotting films and Obi-Wan Kenobi in the Star Wars prequel trilogy. Carrie Coon plays Nora on The Leftovers.
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Tommy Pickles - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 18:45:53 EST ID:fE1GnZYV No.381884 Report Quick Reply
>>381883
Aaaahh, Obi Wan and the chick with the gun from Leftovers. Not bad, but still not the same as Billy Bob and Bilbo Baggins.
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Princess Tinyfeet - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 19:36:15 EST ID:l+lK6rN5 No.381885 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OH SHIT BOI WE BOUT TO DO IT
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Rick Deckard - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 20:11:51 EST ID:l+lK6rN5 No.381886 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Do you guys think that the fact that this guy is the "parking lot king of minnesota" is a callback to Fargo, the movie? I would guess so because it's some kind of reverence and high position, but in such a mundane field. Kinda like the guy in season 1 was the grocery king or whatever.
But yeah in season 1, I can't remember which part, but they end up meeting at a "Gustafson parking garage" and that was clearly a reference to the movie.
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Lord Hotcakes - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 20:54:22 EST ID:/O51FZCM No.381889 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381865
Whoa nice. I didn't even think about this show coming back.

I did NOT like season 2 very much at all. It had some nice things of course, but it paled in comparison to the first season.

I'm just weird though, cause I LOVED True Detective season 2 while most were not into it.

The premise for this season sounds way better, though. I can't wait.
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Don Hertzfeldt - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 21:38:49 EST ID:uInzn1Q/ No.381892 Report Quick Reply
>>381889
Really? I know I'm not alone in saying that Fargo season 2 was almost as good as season 1 and that I enjoyed it way more than True Detective season 2 but different strokes for different folks.
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Rick Deckard - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 21:52:14 EST ID:l+lK6rN5 No.381893 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381889
opinions are all over the place. I was reading an article earlier and that guy thought season 2 was way better than season 1. But I liked season 2 a lot, just not quite as much as season 1.
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Alec Hopkins - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 21:52:29 EST ID:RtxO6LWD No.381894 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Good thing I saw this thread in time to get high as fuck for the new episode.
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Paddy Maguire - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 01:33:39 EST ID:IkcmRdpL No.381897 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381889
I can see some people thinking S2 was pretty out there with aliens, but when you consider the antagonist from season one was literally the devil, it's not really to farfetched.
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Dirk Bogarde - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 04:43:12 EST ID:8soux3Rt No.381902 Ignore Report Quick Reply
LMFAO
That fucking window AC unit death. That was awesome!!
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Han Solo - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 09:40:23 EST ID:mJIyD+2S No.381907 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Soundtrack for that was fucking brilliant, loved it so much. Can't wait for next week. Some great kitsch cinematography with the AC unit and the shot turning upside down in the house. Better Call Saul and Fargo airing at the same time is making my life slightly more bearable in that I want to stay alive for next weeks show.
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Ace Ventura - Fri, 21 Apr 2017 00:08:30 EST ID:N+na/RUG No.381923 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381897
In s2 the aliens were obvious to identify as such, what you say about s1 is only your theory. Nothing makes it seem the creators deliberately made it seem that way. That an evil man is the evil personified isn't much of a stretch but let's not Room 237 it, please.

This post was edited by C_Higgy on 21-04-2017 14:45:26
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Tom Haverford - Fri, 21 Apr 2017 13:00:25 EST ID:wBlYFnYJ No.381929 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381923
It's a popular online theory and really easy to go Room 237 with, though.
http://overmental.com/content/literally-the-devil-why-lorne-malvo-was-the-real-winner-in-fargos-finale-408
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Pete Punchbeef - Fri, 21 Apr 2017 20:47:12 EST ID:l+lK6rN5 No.381937 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381923
I mean the symbolism is pretty clear and obvious, and it is very easy to see the connections if you go that route. One could easily say that's what he represents.
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Kenshiro - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 05:49:34 EST ID:uI4K0Cz9 No.381970 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381923
>>381937
I picked up on some satan vibes from him as early as a couple of episodes into the series.

If anything, it says something very good about the show itself if you can read layers like that into it.
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Walter Joseph Kovacs - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 06:02:53 EST ID:l+lK6rN5 No.381971 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381970
The Coen brothers are pretty well known for using symbolism like that. I honestly think he's an indirect symbol for satan.
If you think about it more, it seems more real.
The first meeting with Lorne Malvo, Lorne is basically the devil on Lester's shoulder. Talking about how fucked up it was that Sam Hess still bullies him like that. How he's such a little bitch for taking that and not acting like a man. It's almost like an other part of his conscience.
Then he basically makes a deal with the devil. He doesn't actually make a verbal contract, but it's as if the devil is punishing him for allowing those dark thoughts into his head.
Then he has to face the consequences and weave a tale of lies as bodies of loved ones and strangers alike pile up around him because he invited the evil into his life.
Years later after he's gotten away with it all by adding deception to evil in many ways, he encounters the devil again. "Lester are you sure you want this" of course he accepts, because he's done so well since the first encounter, he thinks that not even the devil can touch him. Of course that all ends up with him not being so lucky after he invites the evil back into his life for a second time.
This almost sounds like some kind of old testament story. It could easily be juxtaposed to that time period and pass as a bible story.
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Stephen Colbert - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 17:32:50 EST ID:uInzn1Q/ No.381989 Report Quick Reply
Pretty good premiere. Maurice dun goofed in going to the wrong address and killing Gloria's dad. Him getting squashed to death by that air conditioning unit was just the kind of death that makes Fargo what it is. Ray and Nikki are in some real deep shit now especially once they connect Maurice's death to Gloria's dad's. The stuff with Emmit and that businessman that now owns his company could get interesting now that he has to basically work for him. Could be a great season especially for its cast.
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Malory Archer - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 23:24:16 EST ID:l+lK6rN5 No.382008 Ignore Report Quick Reply
👉😎👉 "Aces!"
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Sheba - Mon, 24 Apr 2017 07:26:57 EST ID:TYacC6f6 No.382037 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Did you all catch the Cthulu reference? Otherwise a standard opener, but the last 10 minutes or so were the best thing about the entire episode. I think it has potential.
Am I supposed to know who that policewoman's husband is that picked up the boy? I had the feeling it was presented as some kind of reveal, but maybe I'm mistaken.
Interested to see how they weave the opening scene into the story or if it's just a framing device.

This post was edited by C_Higgy on 24-04-2017 08:05:51
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Isaac Dian - Wed, 26 Apr 2017 20:04:45 EST ID:uInzn1Q/ No.382159 Ignore Report Quick Reply
bumping for tonight

>>382037
I'm sure we'll figure out soon enough.
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Lisa Ryder - Wed, 26 Apr 2017 20:16:25 EST ID:wBlYFnYJ No.382160 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382037
>Did you all catch the...
No, what was the Cthulhu reference?
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Buff Drinklots - Wed, 26 Apr 2017 21:22:22 EST ID:rj1+hQOt No.382162 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382160
these accents seem way more over the top than the last two seasons

ain't nobody up here sound like that
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Terry Nation - Thu, 27 Apr 2017 02:58:17 EST ID:l+lK6rN5 No.382168 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382160
I think it was there was something with the comic books that the lady cop pulled out from under the floorboards, but not sure.

This post was edited by C_Higgy on 27-04-2017 08:39:49
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Mugen - Thu, 27 Apr 2017 07:51:24 EST ID:8soux3Rt No.382170 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382162
nah, it's only slightly exaggerated. I have family up there, and they have pretty extreme accents. You probably don't notice it as much because you're used to it.
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Stewie Griffin - Fri, 28 Apr 2017 18:56:40 EST ID:rj1+hQOt No.382205 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382170
then why would I be noticing it in the show?

that make no sense fool
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Adam Horowitz - Sat, 29 Apr 2017 15:30:30 EST ID:R5p3T49H No.382234 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm very happy this show's back. There was nearly nothing to watch. It's always just cape shit or some other stupid shit. This year has been really bad with shows and finally there's something watchable.
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Starburns - Sun, 30 Apr 2017 21:01:59 EST ID:XTMp7Ard No.382307 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So ep 2

How fucking dumb is the Lawyer? He backs into someones car in broad daylight in front of a building of witnesses in his own vehicle after appearing visibly aggressive inside the building moment prior. Then he fucks up and clips that waitress' car. There has to be follow up for that in a later episode right? I could understand if the parole officer doesn't file a lawsuit because he's kind'a dim and he probably doesn't want any cop attention but that waitress would definitely sue this easily identifiable culprit right?

Anyway, what do you all think the supernatural motif will be this season? We've done Satan and Aliens already, I'm betting this season is going to be KGB style psy-ops, some kind of leftover spy shit.
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David Banner - Sun, 30 Apr 2017 22:12:57 EST ID:BejP3CPP No.382309 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382307
You mean like MKUltra. Could be the case, but I still hope it will be something similar to lovecraftian lore because of the books that were found.
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Spike Spiegel - Mon, 01 May 2017 19:52:27 EST ID:voV83e9Y No.382349 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Is anyone disappointed by the musical themes in this season?
I loved the orchestras of the 1st and 2nd but they seemed to have done away with em this time around, save for the opening (which was pure gold)

Where is my wrench and numbers bass drum theme, my gerhardt upright bass and strings? I loved that about the series but they seemed to have done away with it for edgy shit music.
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Elliott - Tue, 02 May 2017 12:38:04 EST ID:l+lK6rN5 No.382374 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>382349
Yeah the music has been a bit off putting. The theme from before has been gold, I don't know why they would mess with that.
lmao the fucking tampon and menstrual blood. fucking sick.
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Elliott - Tue, 02 May 2017 12:48:39 EST ID:l+lK6rN5 No.382375 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>382374
Also, the scene at the diner was great. I'm starting to really like Si. VM Verga is also really fuckin interesting. I really like his mannerisms, and his way of speaking. He's quite concise.
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Butt-head - Tue, 02 May 2017 23:17:30 EST ID:j4UT1wop No.382390 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382234
>>382307
I hope it's superpowers. JK, I'm thinking time travel (for no reason beyond a gut feeling from the first episode).
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Al Bundy - Tue, 02 May 2017 23:46:06 EST ID:l+lK6rN5 No.382391 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>382307
I think it's gonna be some sci-fi fantasy type crazy shit, like some H.P. Lovecraft type shit.
I mean, the writing is on the walls, with how that cop lady's stepdad was a sci fi writer. From the covers, it looked like some pulp sci fi type stuff like that.
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Dr. Weird - Wed, 03 May 2017 05:56:41 EST ID:4pgRBN2U No.382398 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382390
I also thought of time travel, and it somehow being related to why that girl has trouble being detected by electronics (like the convenience store door censors that refuse to notice her).
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Al Bundy - Wed, 03 May 2017 09:56:38 EST ID:l+lK6rN5 No.382400 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382398
I swear to God if that The Leftovers dumb bullshit bleeds over into this show I will go on a rampage.
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Badger - Wed, 03 May 2017 19:56:20 EST ID:uInzn1Q/ No.382420 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched last week's episode. lol at Nikki using her tampon to send a message to Emmit. The Parking Lot King is gonna be in for more than he's bargained for with his deal with the devil in VM. He's such a great villain and the ending of him giving his condolonces to Emmit for his attorney's death was cold but with a tinge of dark humor to it. Also Ray and Sy's confrontation at the restaurant and then Sy hitting his car was pretty funny.

Also am I the only one that doesn't really care about the show's supernatural undertones and stuff? Like with Malvo being the devil and those aliens last season. I mean if Gloria is some sort of spirit or something since she can't open automatic doors, I dunno how'd they explain it. Maybe the connection with her stepfather or something.

>>382349
Yeah the musical score is different but the soundtrack still kinda fits.
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Walter Bishop - Thu, 04 May 2017 00:17:09 EST ID:cmvFbdjO No.382434 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Liking this season a lot more than season 2 but that animated sequence was so similar to don hertzfeldts world of tomorrow it actually kind of pissed me off a little bit, wasn't sure if an homage or a rip-off tbh, anybody else feel the same?

This post was edited by C_Higgy on 04-05-2017 00:32:04
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Jeffrey Sinclair - Thu, 04 May 2017 00:24:59 EST ID:l+lK6rN5 No.382438 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Excellent episode tonight. Strange as well. Really trippy and enchanting.
I got a boner when I saw Ray Wise make an appearance, and then an other boner when I saw Rob McElhenney
I feel like the new musical theme has kinda settled in.
A lot of this episode reminded me of some of the episodes of Legion. Then I remembered that FX recycles a lot of their writers and directors. I didn't realize that the major writer (Noah Hawley) worked on both Legion and Fargo. You can kinda see a bit of an evolution for him, when you see how well the style of Legion worked out and then it bleeding over into Fargo a bit. I really dig it.
I gotta say that I think out of all TV producers, FX puts out the best quality stuff.


This post was edited by C_Higgy on 04-05-2017 08:00:50
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Rusty Cuyler - Thu, 04 May 2017 01:59:40 EST ID:MXZQPU0B No.382445 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I love Ray Wise, nice to see him on this show, and fucking Mac as a cop lmao
So they got dennis and now mac on the show now they just need to get frank, charlie and dee

I find it interesting that Gloria is investigating her step fathers death even though what happened to him was completely random and had nothing to do with his past
Also her weird relationship with technology is becoming more and more apparent, I wonder where that will go

I CAN HELP!

This post was edited by C_Higgy on 04-05-2017 08:01:37
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Ace Ventura - Fri, 05 May 2017 07:10:53 EST ID:4pgRBN2U No.382488 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382438
>You can kinda see a bit of an evolution for him, when you see how well the style of Legion worked out and then it bleeding over into Fargo a bit. I really dig it.
Yah, really felt like being in a dream this ep. Hawley is the best directing guy in TV right now, brings the best visual directing since Mad Men, even if the style is totally different from Mad Men. MM was more like Kubric directing where there were hidden messages intended with everything to set dressing to camera angles. This Hawley style is more about just nailing the max-trippy aesthetic and leaving viewers feeling like they dropped acid.
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Jack Nicholson - Fri, 05 May 2017 13:02:24 EST ID:jGxpZOCJ No.382492 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Glad I wasn't the only one who thought the third episode was pretty damn trippy.
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Wicked Witch of the West - Sat, 06 May 2017 07:04:03 EST ID:j2JJNs8n No.382512 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>a real American success story

oh boy
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Bernardo Bertolucci - Wed, 10 May 2017 00:13:42 EST ID:uInzn1Q/ No.382633 Report Quick Reply
Finally watched last week's episode. It was cool seeing Fred Melamed, Ray Wise and Rob McElhenney, who should have showed Gloria his cultivated mass and taken home Ray Wise's character, guest star on the episode and the animated scenes. Planet Why seems like something like Wall E but more dark and dystopian. I mean Gloria investigating her stepfather's murder and looking into his past wasn't so much as to figure out who murdered him but more so for the audience to better understand who Thaddeus was before she knew him. But now the attention has been turned to the Stussys given that Maurice, who is Ray's parolee, is dead and she'll connect the dots and zone in on them.
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Charlie Sheen - Thu, 11 May 2017 03:05:42 EST ID:MXZQPU0B No.382683 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I absolutely love that they used Billy Bob to narrate. I'm guessing we'll never get more Malvo but its nice that Noah used BBT again for something
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Grima Wormtongue - Thu, 11 May 2017 03:16:51 EST ID:U7DRSt25 No.382685 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382683
I didn't even notice but now I hear it since I'm rewatching the episode.
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Newman - Thu, 11 May 2017 04:02:39 EST ID:mqGjso+7 No.382686 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382683
Yeah, I loved that. Nice touch. They should do more of that. I miss his weird parables.
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Newman - Thu, 11 May 2017 04:03:49 EST ID:mqGjso+7 No.382687 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382683
Also loved how the orchestral cues he described in the beginning kept coming back at different parts.
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Bubbles - Thu, 11 May 2017 21:36:31 EST ID:l+lK6rN5 No.382724 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Good episode. The director used some excellent tricks to make that essentially uneventful episode interesting and fun to watch.
With the way the po pos are putting pieces together already it's hard to imagine how the Stussy brothers are gonna make it through 10 episodes. I can't wait to find out.
Also, prediction. I can feel it: Sy is gonna die a brave, possibly brutal death sacrificing himself for his boss. He's got that strong loyalty and it just seems perfect for him to go like a martyr that way.
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Ornella Muti - Thu, 11 May 2017 22:14:08 EST ID:4C6jxwkB No.382725 Ignore Report Quick Reply
that new female cop that Gloria met in the bathroom is so dead
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Tony Stark - Thu, 11 May 2017 22:39:34 EST ID:mqGjso+7 No.382726 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382725
shit, you may be right. now that you mention it she's kind of got that vibe.
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Rigby - Fri, 12 May 2017 00:55:02 EST ID:8soux3Rt No.382740 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382725
Yup I definitely see it.
She's got that overzealous attitude that will have her sniffing around in the wrong place (which she already has). I can't wait to see what kind of death VM Varga has for her. I've been making little pictures for each death in the series but there haven't been any in the last two episodes. I'm guessing I'll have plenty to make by the end though.
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Bryan Fuller - Thu, 18 May 2017 02:38:41 EST ID:8soux3Rt No.382961 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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VM Varga called Si's wife fat, called him a stallion and made him drink his dick water lmao. Fucking shit.
Also, fucking love that proposal in the middle of filming the blackmail sex tape.

"Enemies are at the gates!! Inside the gates!! Fornicating our cookwear!!"
I love Si lol


So many great quotes from this episode.
I'm fucking loving the tone of this season. It's fucking hilarious.

That fucking ending though.... Holy fuck that escalated quickly. It went from casual dark humor to holy shit brutal beating in a heartbeat. But damn that chick can take a beating.

Ray is gonna be out for blood next week. And I bet it's all gonna land on Ray.
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Bryan Fuller - Thu, 18 May 2017 02:51:09 EST ID:8soux3Rt No.382962 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382961
*Gonna land on Si*
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Bernard Quatermass - Thu, 18 May 2017 03:25:22 EST ID:jXjGsIxz No.382963 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've never watched this show but I've seen the movie so I have a question. Did the first season retell the movie and then the next two seasons just did their own thing in the same area or was the show always and extension of the movie?
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Michael Garibaldi - Thu, 18 May 2017 04:01:16 EST ID:GDbPIJfg No.382965 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382963
The movie and the first season are similar in some ways but are very different stories.
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Harvey Birdman - Thu, 18 May 2017 04:46:56 EST ID:4APF5VoZ No.382966 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382965
This, the first season is its own story but there are a few references to the movie, similar to season two there's a couple things it has in common with the first season but s2 is also it's own story.
Season 3 hasn't referenced either past season or the movie as far as I know but I could be missing some
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Harry Enfield - Thu, 18 May 2017 05:50:55 EST ID:Ui1dv6f6 No.382969 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382963
It's nothing quite like the movie.. yet it is. It's so obtuse and each season has its but its not a straight sequential narrative to the movie. It's frankly brilliant and unlike any show or movie series that I have seen (if anyone has anything at all like this, I want to hear about it)

Now, this show gets the fucking soundtrack down for pat, along with the setting and characters. Being from Alberta, I love to see all the scenery I grew up in being used as a stand in for Minnesota. (Sioux Falls/ Luverne was Lethbridge & Fort Macleod, Season 1 & 3 was filmed in Calgary)

On a side note:
I was disappointed with how they portrayed Duluth in the first Season, when I passed through it seemed to be quite the port city with a very low skyline, and the very atypical and vertical skyline of Calgary really took away my immersion. They really could have benefited from using CGI and Lethbridge in that case or just some good ole on location filming.

This season started out slow, but my god I think I like it more than season 2. (season 1 is my favourite still) but that's getting challenged. The more screen time Varga gets the more I love the show.
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Troy McClure - Thu, 18 May 2017 12:40:08 EST ID:33PQ34Rb No.382980 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382963
Every season plays on the movie in that their about idiots trying to pull off crimes, fucking it up and causing a monumental shitstorm, and the honest cops that are responsible for taking them down
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Dustin Hoffman - Thu, 18 May 2017 16:47:20 EST ID:J+501Upd No.382984 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382980
There's also always bumbling dumb cops and super-smart quirky criminal masterminds.
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Roxann Dawson - Thu, 18 May 2017 18:56:59 EST ID:rj1+hQOt No.382990 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382969
being someone who exists currently in Duluth, MN I completely agree with you plus how you gonna call a town Duluth and not show our saltless ocean?
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Teyla Emmagan - Fri, 19 May 2017 12:01:07 EST ID:eWbuVjHq No.383038 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Really disappointed in this season so far, another series that went to shit. From the wife that doesn't recognize her brother-in-law in a wig to the police chief that is like "STOP DOING YOUR WORK GODDAMMIT" because the script demands it,the writing is awful.
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Stump Chunkman - Sat, 20 May 2017 15:14:42 EST ID:l+lK6rN5 No.383101 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383038
They're twins. She could just be stupid.
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Daniel Craig - Tue, 23 May 2017 20:44:47 EST ID:J+501Upd No.383292 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383038
Sad to say I agree. The cop is so dumb that he comes off as a criminal trying to cover up his involvement, only we know he isnt involved in this so he's just retarded. I also hated the beatdown at the end. It was set up like she was killed and just a cop-out that they just beat the shit out of her. If it was just a brutal beatdown, youd think the Jew (sorry i forget his name and they kept calling him the Jew this ep) would have gone to her side after to be like 'oh shit nigga sorry'. It was all just overly dramatic for the sake of duping TV viewers.

One funny part was when they started yelling FUCK YOU over the phone. I love phone conversations gone bad, and have seen people on buses start flipping out similarly before.


As for the debate on a supernatural element, someone said time travel. Just throwing it out there that I think time travel was last seasons theme and that the aliens were actually human observers from the future. The stuff the narrator says in the s02 finale hints at it. The narrator in fact was on board what we saw as UFOs. The made up language of Ted Danson ties in somehow, but i haven't pieced it together fully.
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Mr. Butlertron - Wed, 24 May 2017 02:27:26 EST ID:coLWyDOs No.383304 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>383292
I've got a half-assed theory for the supernatural thing this season... VM Varga is a vampire. Think about it. he has shitty teeth, and can intimidate people quite easily. He eats and immediately throws up, sure he might be bulimic but that's kinda outta nowhere. Now if he missed the taste of food but isn't able to hold it down purging would be a pre-emptive act. As for the sun... it's not very sunny in the show. In fact, it's almost always overcast. I had more evidence to back up this lame theory, but drugs and alcohol have done a number on me.
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Rudy Wade - Wed, 24 May 2017 17:05:23 EST ID:ASM6Y1r4 No.383328 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383038
I don't know if I'd say it's gone to shit but I do agree that it's not as good as the previous two seasons.
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Dan Aykroyd - Thu, 25 May 2017 02:27:53 EST ID:zAQNnbbn No.383343 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well I wasn't expecting Ray to die this early in the season
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Gene Wilder - Thu, 25 May 2017 05:22:29 EST ID:xcSwxZz6 No.383350 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I totally didn't expect this.
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Brak - Thu, 25 May 2017 06:11:36 EST ID:Ui1dv6f6 No.383351 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383343
I fucked up and ruined it for myself in a drunken stupor

They are really not going to any lengths to hide the fact this is actually Canada in this season and its starting to piss me off
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Silk Spectre II - Thu, 25 May 2017 06:58:51 EST ID:bam77xzd No.383353 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Man, this episode built suspense so well. I was anxious and nervous that those two gangster dudes would kill Ray and his girl, it was filmed like a horror movie. Then they really drop a body, only instead of it being a scary, tense scene, I was hysterically laughing through the entire death. Well played, Hawley.
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Bruno Mattei - Thu, 25 May 2017 13:18:50 EST ID:wEXrsop7 No.383359 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I fucking loved Gloria calling bullshit on Varga. "24 exactly?"
>>383304
Eh, sounds ridiculous, but it would sorta fit if all of his "true stories" were known from personal experience.

>>383038
>the police chief that is like
You mean like season 1, with the police chief that kept telling Molly to back off because he thought it was a gang of drifters? At least "it's just a coincidence, a random robbery" is a better reason than "it couldn't be him because I like the guy."
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Anton Chigurh - Thu, 25 May 2017 21:54:03 EST ID:/i6+cKl/ No.383379 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383351
Minnesota is pretty much Canada anyways
>funny accents
>snow everywhere
>citizens pretending to be super nice even though they're terrible people on the inside
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The Re-animator - Sat, 27 May 2017 01:22:53 EST ID:LHbTb5eF No.383447 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383359
Yeah, it was about time somebody took Varga down a notch. I was surprised he had no comeback for that. The man clearly loves telling utilitarian stories, whether they're true or not. Also, I thought the brief bit with him doing... something... with his gums and teeth was interesting. That look of surprise and rodent-like fear when the cops come in, like he knew it was time to put on his game face. Swish the blood out and swallow. Time for war. I guess the flossing or whatever he was doing must be related to his apparent bulimia. Yeah I like that character a lot.
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Crowley - Sat, 27 May 2017 04:49:27 EST ID:l+lK6rN5 No.383453 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>383447
>Varga needs to get knocked down a peg

Man idk if we're watching the same show but Varga is obviously the protagonist and he needs to knock that lady cop down off her high horse.
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The Re-animator - Sat, 27 May 2017 06:03:01 EST ID:LHbTb5eF No.383454 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383453
I hear you. I'm rooting for him. but he'll probably go down.

anyway, there's this nice interplay i like. I like it when the scary, semi-omnipotent villain has his moments of weakness. makes him seem even more diabolical when he wins, somehow. it's like a reversal of the foil which makes the "good guy" look so good. I hope he wins, and rides (or flies) off into the sunset with billions in profit.
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Ororo Monroe - Sat, 27 May 2017 08:59:59 EST ID:4VdqwOR8 No.383456 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383447
I think the bloody gums thing further confirms that one dudes theory about Varga being a vampire. Ever since he mentioned it, I've been puzzling it over and all the pieces seem to fit. His stomach can't digest human food. He was physically there for all those "true stories" he told. He moved somewhere eternally cloudy. He has creepy human slaves who follow his footsteps like loyal puppies. He couldn't take over the company by force, he needed to be invited in! And now he is sucking their souls. Basically. When he rants about the fine line between lie and reality, he is tongue and cheeck saying "vampires dont exist only because you tell yourself they dont, just like you tell yourself we landed on the moon." You'll keep telling yourself there's no such thing as vampires while he is sucking your blood right to your face and pissing in your Jew friends coffee cup.
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Crowley - Sat, 27 May 2017 12:03:36 EST ID:l+lK6rN5 No.383458 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>383454
Unlikely but I agree.
That scene where they show that he's bulimic was kinda like that.
I'm not sure if that's because he suffers from it or if he's just a glutton and very vain.
I'm inclined to lean towards the latter.
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Susan Foreman - Sun, 28 May 2017 00:39:27 EST ID:LHbTb5eF No.383468 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383456
That's a pretty good way of looking at it. He does have seemingly supernatural charisma, or rather he manipulates people like it's nothing. And he sure as hell fits the stereotype of the eccentric vampire baron who descends from his mountain castle to prey upon the hapless villagers. I'm pretty sure bad things will continue to happen to (and around) the people he's using, even if they do end up fantastically wealthy (and certainly still his subordinate pawns).
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Susan Foreman - Sun, 28 May 2017 00:45:59 EST ID:LHbTb5eF No.383469 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383458
I was thinking about this quite a bit. Here's my take on it. It's his MO. The bulimia is part of his whole perspective towards life. He consumes the world, but he does not carry it with him because he doesn't need or want to. He uses it for his purposes, then purges it out. He's very spartan. The lecture he gave Emmit about wearing $200 suits. It all reminds me of, I think it was in the first episode this season, where Emmit wants to pay him back and Vargo tells him, "No, you keep it." Totally disinterested, as if a child were offering him a piece of garbage they found. He doesn't wear his wealth; he uses it. Just like how he uses people.
So yeah, a glutton and very vain. That's what I think anyway.
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Pamela Hensley - Thu, 01 Jun 2017 03:33:42 EST ID:l+lK6rN5 No.383586 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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That was the deaf guy from season 1 next to her on the bus right? I'm guessing he's gonna protect her from the Russian. Why else would he show back up out of the blue?
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Liz Lemon - Thu, 01 Jun 2017 07:10:53 EST ID:098HQU5N No.383590 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383586
Yes it was, idk what's gunna go down with that, I thought maybe he was gunna take her out, but I guess maybe he's just there unrelated and maybe protects her?
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Andy Wachowski - Thu, 01 Jun 2017 21:57:03 EST ID:MXZQPU0B No.383622 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Mr. Wrench cameo
>drum line from season 1 starts to play
Ok that was fuckin awesome
I was hoping this season would have some kind of connection to season 1 since the time frames are pretty close

You know what would be a good twist? If the new chief of eden valley, the dick, worked for Varga and thats why he is always trying to get Gloria off the case
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Wilson - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 04:38:57 EST ID:U7DRSt25 No.383639 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383622
They definitely want you to think that since the chief gives Nikki Swango the same scenario almost word for word that Varga concocted in Ray's apartment with Emmit.
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Emelianegro !2iyFNTAIpU - Mon, 05 Jun 2017 01:40:50 EST ID:EAUkbDBO No.383736 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>381865

Mary Elizabeth Winstead in this season?
Oh goddam that makes me want to watch it because I want to fuck her so much

No bump and pic unrelated
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Federico Fellini - Tue, 06 Jun 2017 18:10:48 EST ID:fGjrYPPZ No.383772 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383736
I've never seen anything with her before this but God Damn is she hot.
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Gunter - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 23:40:01 EST ID:5LS/DnlI No.383803 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Mmhmm...
Yeah....
Okay........
WHAT THE FUCK DID I JUST WATCH?

Alright, now that I got that out of my system, here's some commentary:
I nearly choked on my food when the hunter shot Yuri's wolf skin.
I was glad I finished eating before that beheading, Mr. Wrench pulling the arrow out of Nikki's leg, and Yuri walking around with a hole on the side of his head.
What the fuck do you give a guy to put him in a coma for three months??
All of Nikki's fucking with Emmit was pretty hilarious.
"Sy's not dead!" "Yet." "What?" "What?" lol
Then, of course, dat ending.

Sorry if I didn't leave anything for the rest of you (besides dissecting that scene), it was a fucking -solid- episode.
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Claudia Christian - Thu, 08 Jun 2017 02:35:09 EST ID:MXZQPU0B No.383813 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383803
Yeah I'd say the best episode of the season so far, definitely looking forward to next week and the week after for the final episode
Nikki and Mr. Wrench make a pretty funny duo, I like it, and clearly shes using his expertise to fuck with Emmit. Have no clue who Ray Wise is supposed to represent. Is that nigga yahweh? I don't know. Cool scene with him though, and that adorable kitten was just icing on the cake my orange tabby looked just like that when she was a tyke.
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Arya Stark - Thu, 08 Jun 2017 04:58:19 EST ID:Hy5GEtxp No.383821 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383772
you probably have. she's one of those actors that i always forget about until i see her again, and then it's like "oh yeah that's right, she's hot"
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Smaug the Golden - Thu, 08 Jun 2017 14:09:01 EST ID:coLWyDOs No.383832 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383813
Sure felt that way. Nikki and Mr Wrench got to go to Heaven while Yuri didn't. That was my takeaway at least.
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Ardala - Fri, 09 Jun 2017 06:04:35 EST ID:l+lK6rN5 No.383850 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The bowling alley scene was pretty great. It reminded me of the scenes in The Big Lebowski, except the guy encountered here was more than just a commentator. I was glad to see Ray Wise again and apparently he's some kind of oracle/entity of divine intervention. He's either divine or a mortal implement of divinity.
When Sy was saying the coffee was bitter, I was lol'ing because I thought that Varga just made him come in, drink his dick coffee, then leave. But it was actually much more brutal than that.

That whole episode was just great, and weird in such a perfect way. I hope we get more of that.
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Ardala - Fri, 09 Jun 2017 06:17:07 EST ID:l+lK6rN5 No.383851 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383850
Also, I'm starting to get a devilish/demon vibe off of Varga now that Ray Wise's character has shown to be some kind of angelic character fighting him. Similar to Lorne Malvo in season 1.
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Dewey Cox - Fri, 09 Jun 2017 06:33:08 EST ID:098HQU5N No.383852 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383851
yeah that's the vibe that I got, Ray Wise seems to be some sort of avenging angel or something, all the religious comments, talking about the murdered jews, talking in Hebrew etc. At first when that other poster was talking about Varga being a vampire I bought it, but now maybe hes more like a demon, slowly "possesing" Stussy
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John Belushi - Fri, 09 Jun 2017 14:32:30 EST ID:5LS/DnlI No.383868 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh yeah, I forgot to mention Varga seeming much more British this episode. Like saying "as soon as [Emmit]'s wakesies, I'll have him give you a ringading, copacetic?" I don't know if I just never registered it before that line or if he was actually more of a Brit than usual.
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John "Kindergarten Cop" Kimble - Fri, 09 Jun 2017 17:43:14 EST ID:9/J66sXs No.383880 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Niggas just went to the White Lodge, shit was crazy.
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Daisuke Jigen - Wed, 14 Jun 2017 23:35:42 EST ID:TZqw0RUF No.384061 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I gotta preface this by saying that my brain's a little fucky, being sober and all, so take my post with a grain of salt. I'll rewatch the episode later and revisit my thoughts on it. That said...

Was this a fucking Ozymandias tier episode of television, or what? I feel like I could gush about every single second of it, but I'll try to keep it to the best of the best.
~All of the framing of the scenes with Gloria and Emmit in interrogation, with the reflections stretching out behind them, then later with Gloria in the foreground and Emmit just a blur behind her were beautiful.
~Nikki going final form on Varga, god damn.
~That they captured how someone can feel like they don't even exist, that nothing they do matters, and how fragile that emptyness is, that all it takes is one person to recognize you for you to know that you're not invisible. I'd wager I'm not the only person here who understands how that feels; I fucking choked up when the faucet came on for Gloria.
~"The problem isn't that evil exists in the world, it's that there's good... otherwise, who cares?"

I wasn't expecting this episode to top the last one, but god damn, I think it did.
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Franklin Bluth - Thu, 15 Jun 2017 21:51:28 EST ID:sM49UiDb No.384079 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384061
It was good but better than Ozymandias? cmon man. Last week was better too imo, not that this is a bad episode or anything. Finale gonna be bonkers.


ALso, Hawley said this might be the final season unless he comes up with a good enough idea to warrant more eps.
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Edward Norton - Thu, 15 Jun 2017 22:12:25 EST ID:Tg1fFBB2 No.384080 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh, shit no, it's not -better- than Ozymandias. I just think it's in the same "putting the vast majority of television to shame" tier. On second thought, Ozymandias was in whatever tier is higher than that lol
I haven't rewatched it yet, and I never rewatched last week's episode either, so I'm going to watch them both again and see if I change my opinion. (By the way, did anyone else think that Emmit quoting that "the devil's greatest lie was convincing the world he doesn't exist" was a wink to the debate of whether or not Malvo was Satan? I'm going to imagine that that's what it was, even though I don't really believe it.)
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Neil Schweiber - Fri, 16 Jun 2017 13:24:57 EST ID:E0yCne4e No.384094 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384080
he was quoting what varga said to him earlier you dof
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Robo-buddy J5 - Fri, 16 Jun 2017 21:28:02 EST ID:TZqw0RUF No.384105 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>384094
lol shit, I either missed that or forgot about it
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Randy Marsh - Sat, 17 Jun 2017 00:45:54 EST ID:8soux3Rt No.384109 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Uneventful episode but good developments.
The cinematography and directing this season has been so good that there never really is a dull moment. Like someone else mentioned, but especially in the last two episodes, the camera work and framing etc has all been so pro and it always seems so perfect. Especially in this episode and going back to episode 3 with the trip to LA and the robot, the directors have done an excellent job of portraying a feeling and putting you in the story. I'm sure everyone can relate to what Gloria said in the bar in some way.
The only disappointment of this episode was that I was really hoping for a kiss between the two lady cops.

It's really nice that this and Better Call Saul are running at the great time. I get two hours of watching pros of directing and cinematography make beautiful work.

This post was edited by C_Higgy on 17-06-2017 04:29:36
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Elijah Wood - Sat, 17 Jun 2017 13:20:12 EST ID:WGBeW52Y No.384120 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Finally got around to watching this and even though I've found this season to be extremely hit or miss leaning towards miss a lot of the time, that was one of the single best episodes of Fargo from any season. It was absurdly satisfying after a season of almost nothing but the bad guys being unstoppable to watch Nikki hand Varga his ass like that. Very excited about the finale now.
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Fred Astaire - Sat, 17 Jun 2017 15:43:44 EST ID:iIwdMuUh No.384122 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384105
yeah mate, i believe it was in the episode when varga explains about his $100 suit and how emmit is going to be a very rich man. i think it was then
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Ryan Atwood - Thu, 22 Jun 2017 03:52:58 EST ID:U7DRSt25 No.384261 Ignore Report Quick Reply
hmmmm Slightly unsatisfied here.
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Ryan Atwood - Thu, 22 Jun 2017 03:55:08 EST ID:U7DRSt25 No.384262 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384261
Also, did I miss something or did this season not begin in an East German interrogation room and then not explain a fucking thing about it. Hopefully I didn't miss an episode somewhere that explained that, which has happened before.
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Adam DeMamp - Thu, 22 Jun 2017 06:27:53 EST ID:coLWyDOs No.384274 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384262
Started in an interrogation room ended in an interrogation room. Sure, one was a German interrogating someone, the other an American. Both in defense of their country. The ending is a little more personal, but perhaps it sheds some light on that intro scene. Was the guy at the beginning a real enemy and not some poor case of mistaken identity? Was the interrogator truly the bad guy? Now transfer those questions to the end and vice versa and maybe you've got some explanation.
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Marvin the Martian - Thu, 22 Jun 2017 08:07:14 EST ID:rzoONoRL No.384275 Ignore Report Quick Reply
He's going to kill her, won't he?
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Viggo Mortenson - Thu, 22 Jun 2017 11:45:31 EST ID:jGxpZOCJ No.384281 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384262
>>384274

In the intro scene they were looking for Yuri, our friendly Ukrainian who was working for Varga
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Hunk - Thu, 22 Jun 2017 13:43:25 EST ID:Azpid/Ja No.384285 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Man that ending was great. The rest of the episode was also quite good, everything wrapped up more or less as expected but that last scene was just wonderful. Very cool to see this season recover from a rocky start and end up being at least close to the quality level of the first two seasons, if not quite there.
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Flapjack - Thu, 22 Jun 2017 15:21:09 EST ID:/fcq6qQt No.384288 Report Quick Reply
>>384275
Of course, he's a fucking vampire. He tore her throat out and walked right out. Now we need to see Varga Vs Malvo someday!!!! Or a team up, who knows?

RIP Asian Headphones Guy

I was gonna be sad if the hot chick died, but she shot a cop so she deserves to die now. That guy was some innocent, that puts her on par with a Malvo or Varga.
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Ryan Atwood - Thu, 22 Jun 2017 16:48:01 EST ID:U7DRSt25 No.384292 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384281
That makes sense. I'd forgotten all the details about the scene other than East Germany and the guy proclaiming his name was Jacob not what the interrogator was calling him. At first I kept tying it to Vargas as the possible moment he decided that he should shed his identity and become a cypher.
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Nicolas Winding Refn - Fri, 23 Jun 2017 00:01:16 EST ID:wVM+gURi No.384311 Ignore Report Quick Reply
so in the elevator scene, Varga turned into a fucking bat and flew away, didn't he?
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Ron Swanson - Fri, 23 Jun 2017 02:07:38 EST ID:coLWyDOs No.384315 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384311

Called it weeks ago. >>383304 Never mind me though, I'm fucking cross-faded to oblivion. Maybe in Fargo mythos vamps can't turn into bats when their reflection is shown. They also prominently featured The Strain promos during this episode. Coincidence? I think not!
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Dakota Fanning - Fri, 23 Jun 2017 08:32:54 EST ID:/fcq6qQt No.384332 Report Quick Reply
>>384315
Ever since you pointed it out, I started watching for clues and everything kinda fit. You called it before actual supernatural events even occured like meeting the kitty. The bowling alley guy gave the hot chick a chance to live and kill Varga. Unfortunately, she went after the wrong evil-doer, the human rather than the parasitic demon that the Bowling Alley guy actually wanted dead. She went for personal satisfaction rather than actually fighting evil and she became evil for it and had to die (for karmic reasons). If she had targeted Varga, the Bowlers League would have kept her alive somehow.
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Mabel Pines - Fri, 23 Jun 2017 08:59:31 EST ID:l+lK6rN5 No.384337 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The final scene was beautiful.
Great season. It was quite unpredictable. I kinda knew all along that Varga was gonna get off scott free, that was kinda a general theme. That if you have enough money and the knowhow, you can get yourself in and out of any situation. But all of the events and the arcs of all the characters were pretty much all unpredictable.
It was really cool to see the deaf dude again. He's a really interesting character. A true badass.
VM Varga was a great villain. A kinda a-typical badass nihilistic vulture. More than a vulture though, he's meticulous and ruthless in the way he picks apart his prey.
I hear that the Coen brothers are pretty much out of ideas for an other season. I hope they sit on it for a year or so, I'm sure that if they just give it some time I bet they can come up with an other season. But if not, I think this was a great end to the series.
Also, did the Russian guy die? I was high when I watched the last couple episodes so I don't remember what happened to him, I thought he just stumbled off out of the woods bleeding? I guess that Ray Wise's character banished him to hell or some shit?
Also, it's kinda funny that Ray Wise's character gave Nikki that phrase to say when she knew she was destroying evil, and it turns out it was just poor old Emmitt who definitely wasn't the evil. Then she ends up killing a cop who was just in the wrong place. Ironic.

There's still a lot to interpret with the symbolism of it all too.
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Bob Belcher - Sat, 24 Jun 2017 19:05:30 EST ID:3Wl6ZOGs No.384394 Report Quick Reply
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Already miss the show. If we get new eps, it won't be for 3 years, so... maybe there will be new Hannibal in between now and then?
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Marty McFly - Sat, 24 Jun 2017 20:12:47 EST ID:l+lK6rN5 No.384403 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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So I guess this quote was foreshadowing. I'm pretty sure the Vampire hypothesis is correct.
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Jamie Lannister - Mon, 26 Jun 2017 06:43:31 EST ID:Ui1dv6f6 No.384444 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381865
Wow, just wow..

this season left more melancholy than the first. The senselessness,(First movie) the pointless pursuit of monetary gain aka (No Country for Old Men) which ends in failure/success... this has been the best show in years. (mad men was pretty cool)
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Steve Coogan - Mon, 26 Jun 2017 07:29:11 EST ID:eSaQBdC/ No.384447 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I'm 4 episodes in. It's really good, it may even rival season 1, but I hope that's it for the gimmicky episodes. We had the robot cartoon which wasn't really doing anything for me, and the gratuitous Billy Bob Thornton narration, now I hope that's out of their system and I can just watch this story unfold. Like season 1 did.
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Val Kilmer - Mon, 26 Jun 2017 07:31:05 EST ID:l+lK6rN5 No.384448 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384447
Well I've got good news for you
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John Rhys-Davies - Mon, 26 Jun 2017 11:50:20 EST ID:UXf5RK0+ No.384452 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384403
If it was foreshadowing he's talking about his dead brother.


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