Critic Consensus: "The Principles of Restricted Choice" quickly builds on the framework of Fargo's season 3 premiere, shaking up the central characters while advancing a major conflict.
as Emmit Stussy; Ray Stussy
as Gloria Burgle
as Sy Feltz
as Nikki Swango
as V.M. Vargas
as Donny Mashman
as Maurice LeFay
as Donny Mashman
as Moe Dammick
as Gale Kitchen
as Thaddeus Mobley
as Larue Dollars
as Winnie Lopez
as Yuri Gurka
as Nathan Burgle
as Ruby Goldfarb
as Paul Marrane
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I am fascinated by the presence of Yuri-who with his partner, Nemo, dropped Emmit's lawyer Irv Blumkin off a parking deck-because of what it means for the increasingly widespread tale Noah Hawley is telling in season 3.
The driving conflict of Fargo often boils down to forceful determination and unflinching manners... It's enough to drive the more pushy among us mad, as we sit back and watch good people get taken advantage of, again and again.
This is very much the lethargic second episode the show has essentially made its signature at this point.
We live in a world run by racist monsters who would gladly murder your children in front of you if it meant an extra zero for their net worth, so you have to take your pleasure where you can get it, and I get it from Shea Whigham.
I'm guessing we'll all be able to enjoy this season without taking up bridge, but as an avid player, my Granny will enjoy the layers of it more than me.
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