Fargo Season 3

Fargo Season 3 Episode 6 Review: The Lord of No Mercy

Fargo Review: Perception of Reality

On Fargo Season 3 Episode 6, Emmit attempts to make amends with his brother during a confrontation that has a shocking conclusion. Read on for our review!
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"The Lord of No Mercy"

On Fargo Season 3 Episode 6, Nikki and Ray prepare for payback, while Gloria and Winnie get closer to the truth and Emmit tries to make things right.

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"The House of Special Purpose"

On Fargo Season 3 Episode 5, Gloria and Winnie begin the process of connecting the dots, while Emmit suffers the consequences of Ray and Nikki's retaliation.

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"The Narrow Escape Problem"

On Fargo Season 3 Episode 4, Gloria learns more about Maurice, while Emmit and Sy attempt to figure out what it is they've gotten themselves into.

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"The Law of Non-Contradiction"

On Fargo Season 3 Episode 3, in an attempt to discover more answers, Gloria decides it is time to take an indepth look at her stepfather's past.

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"The Principle of Restricted Choice"

On Fargo Season 3 Episode 2, Ray and Nikki decide it's time to move on to Plan B, while Gloria must deal with the aftermath of a crime and Vargas makes a move.

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"The Law of Vacant Places"

On Fargo Season 3 Episode 1, chaos descends upon a small Minnesotan community when a petty sibling rivalry between two brothers continues to escalate.

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Show:
Fargo
Season:
3
Air Dates:
to
Total Episodes:
6

Fargo Season 3 Quotes

My husband made his first million in mortuaries. "Everybody dies, Ruby," he told me. "You can't just leave them on the sofa." One night, he was eating a three-pound lobster and he had a stroke and with it a revelation. Self-storage. That was the future. The two businesses are surprisingly similar when you think about it — a place to put the things you'll never use again.

Mrs. Goldfarb

Each character in this tale is going to be represented by a different instrument in the orchestra. For instance, the bird will be played by the flute, like this. Here's the duck, played by the oboe. The cat, by the clarinet. The bassoon will represent grandfather. The blast of the hunter’s shotguns played by the kettle drums. The wolf by the French horns. And Peter, by the strings. Are you sitting comfortably? Good. Then I'll begin.

Narrator