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Fargo: Season 1

1x10 Morton's Fork

A truly fantastic series that had a certain oddness that reminded me of Twin Peaks. Epsiode 9 even had a reference to Twin Peaks which made me smile. An amazing series with a fantastic script and performances - Bill Bob Thornton especially. Looking forward to watching season 2.

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A Morton's fork is a type of false dilemma in which contradictory observations lead to the same conclusion. It is said to have originated with the collecting of taxes by John Morton.

Archbishop of Canterbury John Morton in the late fifteenth century held that someone living modestly must be saving money and, therefore, could afford taxes, whereas someone living extravagantly obviously was rich and, therefore, could afford taxes.

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Unexpected end. Superb. Great Series.

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Not the ending I thought I would see.

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Great episode I love all the foreshadowing they did all season that I caught on the second viewing. I really liked the last shot where they were just watching tv as a family like nothing happened.

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Amazing series. Great acting, make up, effects, score, directing. Awesome story too! This is my second time watching, still as good as I remember. Now in to series 2 again! Ready for season 3 in April.

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Lester Nygaard you deserved it so much ! In fact you deserved more...

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I loved this first season of the show. I think it's funny how 'Murphy's Law stikes everyone except the authoritise. LOL :)

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