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Fargo E04-6 ft. GJ Echternkamp

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Josh Richmond and Jackie Lechtholz-Zey discuss every Coen Brothers film, from Blood Simple to Inside Llewyn Davis, in encyclopedic detail. Plus special guests, smart games and stupid questions!

Fargo E04-6 ft. GJ Echternkamp

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Josh and Jackie continue their breakdown of the first season of Fargo, joined by podcaster and "Frank and Cindy" director GJ Echternkamp. They also learn the true cost of a toilet bowl, meditate on man buns, and, for a few intense minutes, revisit Fargo the film.

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