It was really good but slightly different (and not just cuz of the different time period).
At the start it didn't feel like Fargo at all. The introductions left me cold (no puns intended). As it got in to things and we met the brothers it picked up with pacing or at least the dialogue in these slow paced scenes. I'd say right after the father's stroke I was locked in.
They then fell in hard to what I know these writers and creators for with the diner scene
Pure madness. What kind of black guy runs at a gunman with a frying pan?
Such an idiot. The whole sequence of events was just really good and entertaining. Then they went completely bizarre with the UFO. Even I was like
are these ************* going to introduce aliens to this show? Aliens? Then son gets hit by a car
Kristen Dunst's character is insane
I think we got our female Lester Nygard. Her reasoning and actions make no sense. Her lights were on and she still hit dude so viscously. I was originally thinking the driver must've seen him shoot the waitress. Nope she just wasn't paying attention apparently. Who drives a body that's on the hood of your car and half way through your windshield all the way back home? Then, knowing he's alive, just leaves him in the garage like he'll just disappear. She's legit crazy. Goes cook dinner like nothing happened.
It's funny cuz I thought she was cheating on this dude Todd with the sounds in the back and then I legit thought it was an animal but nah she just got a badly injured person with possible brain damage in her garage calling it a deer
The way dude dies like that is so messed up. Terrible way to go out.
I'm locked in for another season. They may not have another Malvo to captivate everybody but I think they'll get by with these rival organized criminal gangs and this upcoming massacre.Edited by Master Zik - 10/12/15 at 11:41pm