strawberry float yeah. Cant wait for this weeks episode, this is easily the best thing on TV. Its a great replacement for Boardwalk Empire, even tho theyre not really similar, but that show left a gap filled nicely by Fargo. Both are so much better than TWD too
Touching Cowboy wrote:Stunning finale. So many great scenes. Everything about it was perfect. Dunst and Danson had the best moments. Just give Kirsten Dunst all the awards already.
Interesting to note that Hanzee's new ID had the same surname as Lorne Malvo's boss in season 1 and he just so happened to break up a fight between the bullies and a deaf kid. :
Bring on season 3! Best show on tv without a doubt, this.
That actually kinda ruined the ending for me when i found out that that guy is a fat, balding white guy who Malvo kills in episode 1 of S1 I preferred to think of Hanzee basically becoming a ghost, like a boogeyman or something. He gets a new identity and then just vanishes. I actually think thats a much better ending. Aside from that, i thought the ending was magnificent. I loved the opening, with Sabbaths War Pigs, it was strawberry floating amazing. And the callbacks to Raising Arizona with the dream sequence were great (Raising Arizona is one of my favourite Coen movies)
Just finished season 1, my comments (spoilered for spoilers):
1. Malvo was such a badass, he was like the Terminator mixed with Jason Bourne. 2 what a shame he was killed in such a crappy way, I hated that Gus Grimley, such a little pussy bitch. 3. How did Grimley not get arrested for committing murder in the first degree when executing Malvo? Doesn't make any sense that he got a citation for bravery, he straight up murdered an unarmed injured man. No matter how bad Malvo was he should have been arrested and put on trial. 4. I loved how violent and brutal the show was. Coming off the back of 3 seasons of the good but totally benign Suits, this was just what I needed 5. The blonde lady/girlfriend that Malvo had hooked up with then killed in the lift had a cracking body
Looking forward to starting season 2 although I don't think it'll be as good as the first.
‘Fargo’: Ewan McGregor Set As the Lead In Season 3 Of FX Limited Series In Dual Role
Ewan McGregor is the latest feature actor to topline an installment of FX’s Emmy-winning anthology series Fargo. McGregor will play the two central characters — brothers Emmit and Ray Stussy — in the upcoming third season, which is supposed to be set closer to present day than the first two installments.
Emmit Stussy is the Parking Lot King of Minnesota. A handsome, self-made, real estate mogul and family man, he sees himself as an American success story. His slightly younger brother, on the other hand, is more of a cautionary tale. Balding and pot-bellied, Ray is the kind of guy who peaked in high school. Now a parole officer, he has a huge chip on his shoulder about the hand he’s been dealt, and he blames Emmit for his misfortunes.
McGregor is the first actor cast in the third installment of Fargo, which tentatively is scheduled to begin production later this year for premiere on FX in 2017.