I was disappointed, I guess I expected a little more. Nygaard, we're gonna take you down to the station now. I don't know if he would have noticed much out of his direct line of sight. Buzz Aldrin was afraid of spiders, and he went into space. I think it was just a continuity error. I actually thought Gus was going to put a gun in Malvo's hand after he killed him to at least make it look like Malvo was armed.
That's a pretty strong link to two murders. Do you think you could run in? I suspect he climbed in the car with the guy, had him drive it somewhere nearby out of sight, shot him, then walked back to Lester's house. If I sitting in my own home was fearful then I assume Gus was too. More courage than he had ever shown before. Lester called the police when Malvo was at his house, so presumably they showed up soon thereafter. That's going to bring all sorts of attention to the area. What proof does she really have? No, this is your deal.
She didn't know - then. Malvo, Molly, Gus, Lester, Molly's dad - everyone. So, I'm guessing you either didn't read it or you didn't understand it. Left her at the precinct last night. Lester's brother may never be let out of jail. I suggest to everyone and anyone that spending the ten hours or so will be a very enjoyable use of their time. And I still don't buy that Lester was able to both placate the justifiably pissed-off Mrs.
There's no lock on the door. But I don't see why not. The amount of good to great concurrently running series is at an all time high! Believe me, I mean to. If for example Lester had somehow escaped all consequences of his late-blooming sociopathy in a way that was even vaguely plausible, I'd have been perfectly happy with that resolution or lack thereof. Gus murdered Malvo in cold blood. He outsmarted Malvo at the end, caused his death in a way. Not to mention they could put detectives on the trail.
I still don't see him doing any jail time, but maybe I'm cynical or idealistic, depending on how you look at it. I'm done answering your-- You've obviously made up your mind that some kind of-- And I'm-- I'm-- I'm not-- My wife is dead! Malvo could have gone on to his next job in Florida or Indiana or anywhere else, and lived to cause more havoc. Yes, he pulled it out of his suitcase and tossed it on the floor along with the rest of his stuff. He's worse than just a professional hitman, he's a professional hitman who loves playing nasty pranks. Or he'd kill the wolf.
I had a problem with the way Gus killed Malvo. But some days, sometimes you get forces you can't control. What makes you think it would have gone any differently if he had arrested him the first time, when all he had on him was speeding or whatever? Tell 'em we got developments. I never thought I'd get so many laughs out of a story about a homicidal maniac. We hear he might have changed his look, though, so silver hair now, brushed back, possibly a goatee. So this time, he went to Plan B. Clever detective work to prove Lester's guilt? Just pretty average and a little clueless.
The Hess widow and thug sons story was just for fun, with no tie in to the main story, except to show Lester evolving or de-volving, since he wasn't becoming a better person. Gus was partially responsible for dozens of deaths--and he knew that he was partially responsible. With all the trouble that Malvo has caused, and the initial fear and anger Malvo caused for Gus, I wouldn't be surprised if Gus has thought he's seen Malvo several times in the past year. Maybe she was drawing a parallel about how he tossed his other wife to the killer? While that might not be exciting on its own, I think they did a great job of building up suspense leading to that confrontation. Molly's dad on the other hand, knew something was wrong with Malvo. Taped hands or not, the salesman appears able to operate the vehicle; why not take off? Add in she didn't seem exceptionally bright.
The thing that this series has consistently done has been to surprise me. How do you figure this? I do like how Gus' daughter seemed to quickly take to Molly. Dad, I got to go. He had spent his life in the delusion that people in his town were basically good and kind and friendly and helpful, and he couldn't face dealing with a world in which that wasn't true. I definitely understood the metaphor at the end with the ice cracking around Lester. Sometimes keeping your soul means letting them win.