His Dark Materials
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Billy Bob Thornton was great tonight, and almost human, especially in his scenes with Martin Freeman.
A Fox, A Rabbit, And A Cabbage" is yet another example at how expert this series has been at generating tension; there were several scenes throughout where I found myself nearly unable to breathe.
In the end, this is a surprising and sometimes astonishingly cinematic episode that begins to set up the end by pulling the various threads together with a sense of inevitability.
I've liked Fargo all along, but "A Fox, A Rabbit and A Cabbage" marks the episode where I fell in love with the series. What a brilliant hour of television.
There was a tremendous sense of tension throughout the episode.
The hour moved at a swift pace to move the story forward while causing me anxiety each moment. The anticipation of what horrible event would happen was brilliantly nerve-wracking.
The level of suspense that Noah Hawley's script and Matt Shakman's direction create is almost unbearable, and that tension was palpable and powerful throughout the screening.