Collider | 'Fargo: The Law of Inevitability' Review


Much of “The Law of Inevitability,” the second best episode of Fargo‘s exceptional third year, pivoted on negotiations of power. Moving quickly on from accidentally murdering his brother, Emmit arrived at a business dinner with Syd and their potential new business partner (Mary McDonnell) with renewed vigor that came off as chilling. What he took away from murdering his brother was a feeling of importance and a warped sovereignty from the shackles of niceties and morality. He has gained the feeling of dominion, and that pushes him to try to renegotiate with his prospective business partner and buy her self-storage business rather than partnering with her.

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