For three seasons we’ve laughed and cringed while watching the story of a man and a dog. As any fan of Wilfred knows, this isn’t your typical dog and this definitely isn’t your typical story
When you go to a place like Fargo, you’re inevitably gonna expect a bit of a culture shock. But the culture shock in Fargo isn’t so much a shock as it is a refreshing reminder of human decency.
An original adaptation of the film that made “don’tcha know” a trending phrase for years, the show is a 10-episode limited series with all-new characters and an all-new “true crime” story.
The raffle was being held at a place called “The Hub,” Fargo’s premier destination for drink specials that are borderline dangerous. By borderline dangerous, I mean that the happy hour special came in the form of .10 cent beers.
“For some reason there’s a feeling of superiority people that aren’t from this area feel over people who live here. It’s like, just because you grew up in a different part of the county doesn’t make you any better or any worse than anyone else.”
In the Midwest you work hard, but work isn’t life. Work is what provides the means to spend time with loved ones or to enjoy yourself. Getting to the top at any cost isn’t the priority and rightfully so because there’ll always be someone that has a bigger house, or more money, or a bigger television.
With a budget as high as this TV show you would think they would be able to afford a medical consultant.
Take away lesson: too much sass can get you killed.
I’m convinced that Angela Bassett is a witch for being able to look that good at the age of 55.
4. The sheer disbelief every time Clay manipulates or screws someone over in ways that one thought could never be topped in earlier episodes.