What would’ve happened to Lester if they arres…

Like the only person he killed first hand was his wife, and it was second degree murder, and all the other crimes he commited, if he were to be put on trial what do you think the most likely outcome would be? Would he be listed as unstable, would he be put in jail for a certain amount of time, obviously it’s up to the judge and jury but what do you think would happen?

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Do you think Lester is similar to Walter White…

Comparing them as characters and how they change and adapt throughout the story, would you say they’re still both different kinds of bad guys?

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I tried sketching a few of the characters from…

I tried sketching a few of the characters from seasons 2 and 3

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Thaddeus Mobley age?

In 2010 he’s 82yo which would make him 47yo in 1975, but the actor looks like 30yo… am I missing something? or was this just poor casting?

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One of my favorite details about this show is …

One of my favorite details about this show is the driving in the snow. Healthy V8 RWD cars with heaps of sidewall. The fenders and wheel wells caked in snow. Coming from New York I love seeing it. I just started season 3 and the guys driving a Corvette in it 👍🏼 I love it

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Any Symbolism/Significance behind the “Crooked…

For those who don’t remember it:

There was a crooked man, and he walked a crooked mile, He found a crooked sixpence against a crooked stile; He bought a crooked cat which caught a crooked mouse, And they all lived together in a little crooked house.

I understand the story of the rhyme, but I was wondering if there was a deeper relevance to the actual story of the season. I figured that the “crooked man” might be Emmitt, and if so, the “crooked sixpence” would likely be the stamps, but I’m not sure. Let me know what you think!

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Season 1 Question about Lou and Lorne [Spoiler…

I just finished season one. As Lou would say I just can’t make my way clear to it (this scene). When they are talking in the diner, Lundy out of nowhere and quite jarringly blurts out “Had a case once..” and proceeds to give vague details on the 1979 case to an otherwise uncaring Billy Bob. Was he just trying to change the topic? Was he feeling him out? It’s one of the few scenes I’m left unhappy with since that whole thing was outta context. Maybe they had no other way of giving us a hint about S2?

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Apologies to Michael Stuhlbarg

I finished Season 3 the other night. I loved it all.

I thought Joaquin Phoenix put in an absolutely excellent performance as Sy the entire way through.

I watched Guillermo Del Toro’s The Shape of Water last night. I loved it.

In the first part of the film I kept on thinking “Is that Joaquin Phoenix?”. Later in the film I thought to myself: “That IS Joaquin Phoenix. He really is a great actor. He’s an absolute chameleon!”

It took me 10 hours of Fargo, a whole other film and some Googling to realise that Michael Stuhlbarg is not Joaquin Phoenix. I would like to apologise to Mr Stuhlbarg for not giving him the credit he deserves in my own head, and acknowledge that he is such a good actor that not only did I really enjoy his performance in both of these parts, but he has made me fundamentally question what is true and how I perceive reality.

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Is there a connection between Ayn Rand’s and V…

i read many different interpretations of VM Varga’s ideology. Do you think there is a solid connection between Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged ideology and V.M Varga’s? My main argument is that: “Human beings, have no inherent value other than the money they earn.” It could be written with no doubt in “Atlas Shrugged”. Also in the series i notice that law enforcement and state officers represented like simply minded miserable average people and the villains like superhumans, superinteligent deep thinking persons. Because we don’t see the superiors of the villains i think the show implies that the villains are not “agents” of the superiors but the superiors themselves, the rich people. A true Randian interpretation.

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How do you think Dodd would’ve felt about Simo…

Dodd clearly wasn’t nice to Simone, but do you still think he’d want to kill the person responsible? Do you think he would feel sad?

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