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The Law of Inevitability 

Gloria tries to work around the system; Nikki finds herself in a familiar place; Varga comes up with an alternative plan; Emmit goes to dinner.

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Mike Barker
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ewan McGregor ... Emmit Stussy / Ray Stussy
Carrie Coon ... Gloria Burgle
Mary Elizabeth Winstead ... Nikki Swango
Goran Bogdan ... Yuri Gurka
David Thewlis ... V.M. Varga
Michael Stuhlbarg ... Sy Feltz
Russell Harvard ... Mr. Wrench
Shea Whigham ... Moe Dammick
Mark Forward ... Donny Mashman
Olivia Sandoval ... Winnie Lopez
DJ Qualls ... Golem
Mary McDonnell ... Ruby Goldfarb
Andy Yu ... Meemo
David Sparrow ... Hans Muderlack
Dinah Gaston Dinah Gaston ... Motel House Keeper
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Gloria tries to work around the system; Nikki finds herself in a familiar place; Varga comes up with an alternative plan; Emmit goes to dinner.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

31 May 2017 (USA) See more »

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2.00 : 1
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Trivia

In the conversation with Emmit (Ewan McGregor) in the car, Sy (Michael Stuhlbarg) refers to Ray as a "leptard" ("your leptard brother"). The same insult was used by Lenny (Paul Braunstein) in season one to refer to Mr. Wrench (Russell Harvard), who returns in this episode. See more »

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V.M. Varga: When I was a kid, whenever I had a nightmare, my mother would sit at the foot of the bed and say a little rhyme. "There was a crooked man and he walked a crooked mile and he found a crooked sixpence besides a crooked stile, and he bought a crooked cat, which caught a crooked mouse, and they all lived together in a little crooked house."
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References Little Man Tate (1991) See more »

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The First Noel
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14 March 2018 | by merelyaninnuendoSee all my reviews

Fargo

The Law Of Inevitability

Fargo being critically acclaimed and buzzed at awards shows is actually worth the hype and deserves the respect for its richness in acting, execution, writing and background score department. Fargo breeds power and vulnerability two opposite sides of the coin and walks right in the middle of it attaining a perfect balance between practicality and drama.

Season 03; being nominated in Golden Globes for three awards, is witty and talkative unlike its predecessor that used to express itself more on violent tone whilst this one believes in humiliation, trickery and threats which in account of excellent execution works far better than any of it could ever have. On common terms, it still relies a lot on depiction of it hence on performance and execution on which it doesn't fail and addition to that it; as always, has amazing background score.

The counter argumentative conversations increases as the interrogation begins but when it is in Ewan McGregor's case it is more comic than intense as he fumbles a lot and on David Thewlis is giving some of his best performance of his career.


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