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Fargo has done a great job filling its world with individuals who are easily seduced by Malvo's equally easy, cynical, sinking-ship mentality.
Molly, who is by far my favorite new TV character of 2014, has pretty much put the whole thing together.
The fourth episode of Fargo gave us lots to chew on. What's great about this series is that it raises legitimately interesting questions about human nature, but it does so in an entirely entertaining package.
"The Six Ungraspables" was another good showcase for the deadpan genius of Billy Bob Thornton as Lorne.
Fargo's characters are its best asset, lead by the iconic Lorne.
Part of what I'm enjoying about this show is its willingness to directly engage ideas that other series would leave as subtext.
It's starting to get very interesting!