Season four is in the bag, but we’re not exactly in the bag for season four. We join up with our listeners on this feedback-filled wrapup to hash out our feelings on this season of Fargo once and for all. We’ll be back if Fargo comes back for another season, and in the meantime maybe check out our Bald Move Prestige podcast for all the well-dressed, respectful content we produce, unlike that lowbrow stuff we get up to over in the Bald Move Pulp podcast!
The gang war has conclusively heated up in the season finale of Fargo. Find out who lived, who died, what it all meant and what we thought of this season in general. We’ll be back next week to wrap up the season and sign off for the year. See you then.
In this week’s episode of Fargo, the drug war is heating up… wait, I think I’ve said that before. In fact, it’s been heating up for at least half the season now. And while things have certainly progressed, with bodies in the streets and gang shootings in the papers, the ambition of this season’s storytelling make it somehow feel like the war is still simmering away on the back burner with just a single episode left. Join us for the podcast to get our full episode breakdown.
Have you seen The Wizard of Oz? If so, you’ve already seen this episode of Fargo, or some dream-like version of it anyway. Join us for our discussion of the plot and thematic similarities between The Wizard of Oz and East / West, the future of Satchel and Rabbi, and all things Cohen as we go into the final two episodes of the season.
There’s an ironic quality to the name of this episode, The Nadir, given that the previous two episodes were our least favorite of the season. This episode is a return to form with some excellent Raylan Gi– er, Marshal Deafy scenes, a lot more action in the gang war, and trouble all around for nurse Mayflower. Join us for the podcast to get our full take.
Another connective episode that has been chopped and screwed from other episodes into its final form leaves us not dissatisfied, but not exactly blown away either. We hear good things about the remainder of the season though, so the pace should pick up from here on out. Join us for a discussion of the episode as well as some corrections and questions from the listeners.
This week’s episode feels a little disjointed, probably for good reason, and we decide to take the opportunity to get some things about this season of Fargo off our chests. It’s not all gloom and doom though, as we also talk about the interesting plot developments and some of the things we enjoyed. Join the…
Another strong episode for the gang war has us very satisfied this week, while Gaetano still leaves us scratching our heads. Join us as we discuss this excellently written episode.
This week on Fargo, we talk about Ethelrida’s morbid discovery, the symbolism of oranges in gangster films, what “American values” might mean, and whether ghosts exist in this show.
This week sees KC’s two crime families taking hard lines on their business interests which could lead them to a confrontation, Josto has a personal confrontation of his own, and we get some good old-fashioned outlawin’ from a very hungry pair of women.