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Eating the Blame 

When Gus tries to right a wrong, Malvo embraces his alter ego. Lester finds himself in a surprising situation, and Molly uncovers a promising lead.

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Bill Oswalt
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Lou Solverson
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When Gus tries to right a wrong, Malvo embraces his alter ego. Lester finds himself in a surprising situation, and Molly uncovers a promising lead.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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6 May 2014 (USA)  »

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The police cruiser used to take Lester back to town has the license plate "POLICE" See more »

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When Mr. Wrench and Mr. Numbers are at the diner, the mustard bottle is on its side and there is no menu visible until late in the scene, when Mr. Numbers pounds his fist on the table, knocking the mustard bottle over and causing the menu to fall to the floor. See more »

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Lorne Malvo: Did you know the human eye can see more shades of green than any other color?
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References Zapruder Film of Kennedy Assassination (1963) See more »

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It's Coming Up Again
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Performed by The Relatives
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Pure Stupidity
5 October 2015 | by See all my reviews

As our friend Lorne spins his web, he can move unnoticed in this den of stupidity. Poor Bemidji. It's a beautiful town in northern Minnesota. The people there are nothing like those portrayed in this series. Of course, it doesn't matter. They could have made a fictional town if they had wanted to. The silly accents, the okey dokey kind of existence, only helps those with an agenda. Molly, who is the only one on the police force worth a thing, is the one who is constantly under the thumb of the idiot police chief. He is lazy and unwilling to do anything to upset his little kingdom. Lorne has been ID'd and apprehended by Grimley, but it doesn't matter because what Molly says holds no weight. The chief ignores her hard work and head off to Duluth where he is being held. He passes himself off as a minister and is released. Lester continues to fight his infection and is seen as the link to the death of Hess. The two thugs want to know from Lester who killed the guy. I don't know why they need to know this. There is great tension between the guys and eventually they get into a big fight. The closing of the episode is priceless.


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