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It's a strong second episode that works in terms of both breadth and depth.
The second episode of Fargo was truly a chance to savor all the wonderful choices the show is making to fully bring viewers into the distinct and quirky world of Fargo.
The second episode of FX's Fargo gave us another provocative glimpse into Lorne Malvo's fascinatingly depraved psyche, as Detective Solverson must fight the tide of ineptitude to engage in a proper investigation.
With "The Rooster Prince," Hawley makes very clear that he's got many weeks of material here, as he introduces several major new characters and plot threads.
There's just something about Fargo. It has an intriguing charm to it that just engrosses the viewer in this unique world of frozen tundra. While it's visually engaging, it's the individual characters' idiosyncrasies that have me hooked.
Derivative, erratic, and occasionally brilliant: how else to describe the whiplash-inducing second episode of FX's Fargo.
There aren't many White Russian Easter eggs to hunt for, but the episode pops with character and conversational detail, especially in the exchanges between Molly and Lester.
The Rooster Prince is the episode where this thing settles both into being its own project and into being a TV show at all.