Critic Consensus: In a strategic move, "Loplop" takes a comedic downshift in order to gun the engine for the last two episodes of Fargo's second season.
as Peggy Blomquist
as Lou Solverson
as Hank Larsson
as Floyd Gerhardt
as Ed Blomquist
as Hanzee Dent
as Bear Gerhardt
as Gale Kitchen
as Mike Milligan
as Karl Weathers
as Betsy Solverson
as Simone Gerhardt
Critic reviews for Loplop
"Loplop" marked an eventful, streamlined hour-plus of television, marked with perfectly-placed moments of levity that helped break up some truly tense scenes.
When you want to enumerate the many, many qualities that made "Loplop," the eighth episode of Fargo's second season, so goddamn good, you may as well start at the ending.
I loved this near-bottleneck episode, but we only have two more episodes left, you guys! Just like the sugar swirling in Mike's coffee last episode, the stories and characters are all circling around each other, and we're so ready for this epic massacre.
At this stage of this wildly entertaining game, I should probably give up guessing what's coming next and just enjoy it.
While one of the more subdued episodes, it goes to show the cemented transformation of Ed and Peggy from unfortunate bystander to active participant in this murderous game.
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