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Fargo E09-10 w/ Margaret Nagle

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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 E09-10 w/ Margaret Nagle

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Josh, Jackie and writer/Braveheart descendant Margaret Nagle (The Good Lie, Boardwalk Empire) watch the final two chilling-yet-satisfying episodes of Fargo Season 1. They also riff on the artificiality of Vegas, wonder whether Noah Hawley could have done more to deliver on expectations, and finally turn the quiz tables on Josh.

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