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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Title: Eating the Blame is the name of a Zen Buddhism parable/koan in which a cook who makes a vegetable soup for the Zen Master is unaware that he accidentally included part of a snake that he killed when he went to the garden with his curved knife and cut off the tops of green vegetables for the soup. The soup is praised as the best ever eaten but when the Master finds the head of the snake in his soup and asks what it is, the cook simply says 'thank you' and eats the morsel. Eating the Blame is one of 101 parables/koans from the Shaseki-shu (Collection of Stone and Sand), written late in the thirteenth century by the Japanese Zen teacher Muju. Basically, the gist of the koan is the value of immediately and entirely taking responsibility for one's actions. See more
When Mr. Wrench and Mr. Numbers are at the diner, the mustard bottle is knocked over on its side and there is no menu visible at first. When they are arguing, the bottle is suddenly upright next to the ketchup and a menu appears against the wall, until Mr. Wrench pounds his hands on the table, at which point he knocks the bottle over and causes the menu fall to the floor behind the table and disappear, restoring the table to how it appeared earlier in the scene. See more
How do you do that, just lie like that?
Do you know why the human eye can see more shades of green than any other color? Once you can answer that, you'll have your answer.
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Written and Performed by The Relatives See more