>Seriously, though. I depend on y'all keeping me up with >what's good in art and pop culture. > >I mean y'all were kind of talking about it in that Leftovers >post, but that was a post about the Leftovers which was too >boring to click on (which is why I only found talk of Fargo >when I searched for talk of Fargo). > >I only watched the second season so far but it is really >really really good. It's good like the way yall talk about >'Breaking Bad' was suppose to be which I found underwhelming >(given the hype) and never got around to finishing. > >First time in my life I found myself saying "I need more >scenes with Bokeem Woodbine". > >Not a single wasted scene or even word of dialogue. Yet works >on an expansive scale touching on themes and subjects as >diverse as Reaganism (draws a direct line from Reagan to >Trump), Feminine Mystique, Capitalism (I mean Kansas City was >Wal-Mart right?), the militarization of local police >departments and the long term corroding effect of racism. > >Just great in every way. Perfect Cast. Perfect Dialogue. >Perfect Music. A perfect season. > >To the neglect of my children, my wife and I just watched 10 >hours of a show in 2 days which we haven't done since maybe >the first couple of seasons of Lost. > >********** >"Everyone has a plan until you punch them in the face. Then >they don't have a plan anymore." (c) Mike Tyson > >"what's a leader if he isn't reluctant?"