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A Muddy Road 

Malvo flips the script on the blackmail operation. Molly sets a trap, and Gus debates whether he should come clean. Lester's return to work has complicated repercussions.

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Bill Oswalt
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Gina Hess
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Chaz Nygaard (as Josh Close)
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Don Chumph
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Bo Munk
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Wally Semenchko
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Malvo flips the script on the blackmail operation. Molly sets a trap, and Gus debates whether he should come clean. Lester's return to work has complicated repercussions.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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29 April 2014 (USA)  »

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When Milos is taking a shower, and the water turns to blood, Malvo is reading from Exodus 2, the story of Moses when he lived in Egypt. Later in the story of Exodus, God turns all the water in Egypt to blood. See more »

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Gus first tells the Lieutenant that he pulled Malvo over for speeding. He later tells Molly that he pulled Malvo over for running a stop sign. See more »

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Lou Solverson: [Serving 3 milkshakes to the table] I put bourbon in one of them. Whoever finds it wins a prize.
Molly Solverson: He's only kidding.
[Takes a sip]
Molly Solverson: Oh wait. No, I win.
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References Fargo (1996) See more »

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Written by Sir Mix A Lot (as Anthony Ray), CeeLo Green (as Thomas Callaway) and Busta Rhymes (as Trevor Smith)
Performed by The Pussycat Dolls
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No Shortage of Psychotics
5 October 2015 | by See all my reviews

Lorne is crazier than ever. He grabs and accountant, pulls him out of his building by his necktie as everyone looks on. His face is now on security footage. Meanwhile, Lester continues to have a bullet in his wrist and, while at work, the guys that dumped a man in an ice fishing hole show up. They are threatening, but he has no idea why they are there. Molly shows up and everything is at a standstill for a while. Lester knows that he is in trouble from outside forces. Meanwhile, Gus Grimley, the Duluth cop, is filled with guilt for letting Lorne go after a traffic stop. Lorne threatened him and he backed off to save his skin. When his superiors hear of this, they are ready to throw him to the wolves. He goes to Bemidji to confess his mistake and meets Molly there. Lorne has taken over the blackmailing of the grocery store magnate. Instead of aiding him, he now becomes his tormentor and his worst enemy. There are some great scenes. Hess's widow is visited by Lester because Hess had been insured. Two of my favorite characters are Hess's sons, a couple of obnoxious idiots. There is a great scene where they are playing with crossbows while the widow comes on to Lester. This has got to be one of the most creative shows ever on television.


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