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  • I got to say, if that were may in your position Uh huh.

  • I would have killed that man.

  • Welcome to watch Mojo.

  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 darkest Fargo moments.

  • Okay, my lovely.

  • No need to fret.

  • Mom is here, but it's the way you're unfriendly.

  • How you're so polite about it.

  • You think you're rich.

  • You've no idea what rich means For this list.

  • We'll be looking at the Times where this black comedy TV crime Siri's delivered dark, bone chilling moments and confrontations were excluding excessively comedic moments in favor of those that scare fans in more ways than one.

  • Since this includes major events in the Siri's, here's your spoiler alert.

  • Which Fargo moments haunted your nightmares.

  • Let us know in the comments.

  • Number 10 Mike Milligan and Loose Alverson standoff Kansas City Mafioso Mike Milligan is investigating the disappearance of a rival families Son Rye Gerhardt, state trooper Loose Alverson is on his own investigation when the two parties come across each other.

  • See you wouldn't by any chance be Mike Milligan in the kitchen Brothers, would you?

  • You make a sound like a prog rock band having earlier encountered his father in law, Hank.

  • Mike meets Lou with passive aggressive energy.

  • The situation heats up when Mike's Associates, the kitchen brothers, get into a standoff with Lou.

  • While he keeps a jovial attitude, Mike slowly confesses his contempt for the people of Fargo, including Lou.

  • We're very friendly people.

  • No, that's not it.

  • Pretty unfriendly, actually.

  • But it's the way you're unfriendly, how you're so polite about it.

  • It's also clear that the slightest hint of aggression will force a shootout.

  • Well, there's been enjoyable, but I better get going.

  • Things seem faded for the worst as Lou refuses to be intimidated.

  • While Mike decides the intensity of the situation is better left unresolved.

  • The scene still ends with a palpable feeling of trepidation.

  • I am not a crook.

  • Number 93 appearance of the UFO Supernatural elements are a recurring motif in Fargo, and the second seasons events are only really possible due to Rye Gerhardt witnessing a UFO.

  • Yeah, this'll point isn't touched upon again until least expected.

  • In the penultimate episode, when the major characters are involved in a mass motel shootout, things spiral into chaos when almost every person is killed and with Lou being strangled by Bear Gerhard the UFO appears once again.

  • It's unclear what this means.

  • As everyone is left in off the site.

  • The fact that its purpose is never explained leaves the possibility that the UFO might have been a malevolent entity drawn towards violence.

  • Strangely, Peggy Bloomquist is the only one unfazed, opening up eerie questions over why that is.

  • She has a flat way.

  • Number eight Nurse.

  • Mayflower Poisons Don Farrah.

  • Okay, my lovely.

  • No need to fret.

  • Mom is here.

  • After being injured in a freak accident, crime boss Don Farah is admitted to a hospital where he has the unfortunate luck of being looked after by nurse Mayflower.

  • I have found in my 36 years in God's green Earth that it's absolutely critical to be precise in your use of language, so as to avoid instances a miss reckoning.

  • Outwardly nice and sprinkling her words with sweetness.

  • Mayflower is actually a murderer who prays on her innocents victims staying true to her malicious nature, Mayflower misinterprets Dawn's son, Joss Toes request of taking care of his father.

  • I don't like to see my will.

  • You take care of him believing it to be a suggestion.

  • Toe end Dawn's life.

  • The nurse happily complies.

  • Even with the knowledge of May Flowers intentions, it's unsettling to witness her casual attitude while ending Don Farrah.

  • Such a sweet boy.

  • He's concerned for you.

  • He sees a pin urine tribulations you've endured.

  • But don't worry, it won't be much longer now stuff that her thirst for killing isn't hampered by Fatah's attempts to fight back.

  • Making this a truly violent moment, despite the lack of any bloodshed, won't be much longer.

  • Okay, Number seven.

  • Lauren Malvo visits Sam Hess.

  • Help you with something.

  • Sam Hess.

  • He wants to know the psychopathic killer Lorne Malvo possessed a strange liking for pranks and naughty behavior that's extended to his malevolent dealings as well as Malvo.

  • Make sure to taunt Sam Hess when he's already decided to make him his next target.

  • Intrigued by Lester Nygaard.

  • Interest in ending has his life for bullying him.

  • Malvo pays, has a visit.

  • Heck, you're so sure about it.

  • Maybe you should just kill him for me, his sinister mannerisms show immediately, as Malvo suggests, Hess's roguish sons make their quarreling a lot more brutal.

  • You're doing it wrong.

  • You need to press your forearm into the back of his neck.

  • Grab your elbow with the other hand, choke him right out.

  • His statistically increases when he meets Hess, intentionally insulting his sons to get a reaction.

  • It's just talking to your boys, I think the younger ones a little dim things air close toe escalating before has composes himself, unaware he's just met the man who will savagely end his life later that night.

  • And all this just to tickle Malvo's devilish amusement.

  • What the heck do you want?

  • I just wanted to have a look at you.

  • Okay, that'll do it.

  • Number six vm Vargas explanation of wealth have no idea what rich means.

  • His haggard appearance makes him seem like a man with nothing to offer.

  • But V.

  • M.

  • Varga proves himself to be a master manipulator.

  • After interjecting himself in Emmett Stasi's business, Varga insists he be named a partner.

  • I studied your books and, you know, just in the parking lot business anymore, your business on my end, a billionaire business unfazed by M its refusal, he begins an explanation of what wealth means, According to him, riches.

  • A fleet of private planes filled with decoys to mask has sent its a banker in Wyoming and another in Kazakhstan, claiming that true wealth comes from the accumulation of security provided by one's riches.

  • We watches Vargas slowly plants the seeds of greed and m.

  • It's mind.

  • His verbose manner hides the fact that Varga is justifying, preying on the poor to make a man richer.

  • Essentially, Varga proves himself to be the representation of a parasite, one who intends to feed off Emmett to satiate his own endless hunger for wealth.

  • They're coming, pitchfork peasants with murder in their eyes on May your Guardian Angel Number five Massacre at the Diner High.

  • No.

  • What do you mean, no?

  • Whatever you're selling, I am buying a gun and a person with a short temper are a very bad combination.

  • The second season premiere sees Rai, the youngest son of the Gerhardt crime family, approach Judge Irma to coerce her into unfreezing his associates funds.

  • If the devil couldn't change jobs, mind How the hell are you going to change mine?

  • When the bold Irma is unfazed by his threats and attacks him in self defense, Rice snaps and begins gunning the diner down.

  • Now scram before I e.

  • Having started off on a comedic note, the scene suddenly transitions into one of extreme violence.

  • This escalation and viciousness is over the top, but has a touch of realism that makes it haunting toe watch.

  • And although the characters try to fight back rise, fury is ultimately too destructive to contain.

  • In the end, the appearance of the UFO completes what is a harrowing night indeed, yeah, number four.

  • Lauren Malvo and loose Alverson is conversation.

  • Having decided to kill Lester, Lorne Malvo attempts to locate his whereabouts.

  • I'm in talent for not too much time, just passing through, really.

  • But I wanted to look up my old pound Lester Nygaard.

  • Sure, I know Lester A soon as he arrives in Lieu Silverstone's restaurant, the latter is able to tell there's something very wrong about this man.

  • Their conversation never goes beyond sharing words, but it's clear that Malvo knows Liu has an inkling of his true nature.

  • His method of dark intimidation doesn't work on Lou, who instead shares his experience of the motel shootout in grim fashion.

  • I tell you the details, but it sounds like I made him up madness, really undeterred, Malvo instead seems to relish the idea of such brutality.

  • I'd call it animals except, yeah, animals only killed for food.

  • The tension between them is understood but unaddressed, with both men appearing to challenge the other to break.

  • Although Malvo departs, he doesn't leave without implying that he might just be the devil in human form.

  • We had a piece of pie like that since the Garden of Eden Number three.

  • Lester Nygaard frames his own brother.

  • If you want this to go away, you've got to give him someone.

  • With evidence mounting against him for his wife Pearl's death, Lester escapes the hospital.

  • He's admitted Thio and heads to his brother Chaz's house, planting pictures of Pearl among Chaz's possessions.

  • Lester makes it appears if Chazz was having an affair with Pearl and killed her to conceal it.

  • He even goes as far as planting a gun in his nephew schoolbag to lure the cops to search Chaz's house.

  • As expected, Chazz is apprehended.

  • You gotta believe me.

  • I didn't do these things for me to say, sir.

  • Although his act of killing Pearl was a snap moment blusters decision to frame his brother Chazz is a thoroughly calculated move.

  • It also establishes Lester's malevolence as he has no moral compunctions in framing his brother for his own crimes.

  • You arrested Lester.

  • No.

  • Didn't you hear it was his brother Chazz.

  • The whole time he was having an affair with the wife.

  • She broke it off.

  • What number?

  • To Lorne Malvo corrupts Lester Nygaard.

  • Lester is presented as a weak willed men when he's belittled by his childhood.

  • Billy Sam Hess.

  • Ever tell you how I used to beat this little guy up in high school while at the hospital to treat his injury a chance?

  • Meeting with Lorne Malvo sets the stage for his corruption.

  • Heck, you're so sure about it.

  • Maybe you should just kill him for me.

  • As previously mentioned, interpreting Lester's contempt for Hess as an approval for killing the man, Malvo is glad to follow through upon being confronted by Leicester after Hess's death and unaffected, Malvo gives him a life lesson that plants the seeds for Lester's descent into villainy.

  • Your problem is, you spent your whole life thinking there are rules.

  • Yeah, their heart.

  • Swayed by Malvo's Alfa male mentality and tempted into breaking rules of society, Lester fully embraces his darker side, effectively, having sacrificed his humanity.

  • Lester basks in the success that comes with it all.

  • Until he sees evil right in the face of Malvo.

  • Yes or no?

  • Yes.

  • Before we unveil our number one pick, here are a few honorable mentions.

  • Hanzee Dent faces racism.

  • What are you doing, buddy?

  • Whoa, E.

  • Just want a glass of water.

  • Shit.

  • Birds thirsty?

  • Been a lot of that.

  • Is he crying?

  • Girl?

  • Think he's crying?

  • V M Varga poisoned Sigh.

  • It was my mom's recipe.

  • The secret of which she smuggled beneath her bosom all the way from Wiles to Bristol.

  • Leicester sends his second wife to her death.

  • Put your hood up, huh?

  • I'd hate for your pretty face to freeze Malveaux's extermination of the Mafia.

  • No, that's not Do you think I got that?

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  • Number one Lorne Malvo intimidates Gus grimly.

  • Evening, officer, Even license and registration, please.

  • We could do it that way, following his killing of the police chief, Lorne Malvo is stopped for speeding by the good natured but easily intimidated cop Gus Grimly in no mood to be pressed by authority, Malvo refuses to comply with Gus's demands, using his powers of persuasion to spiritually crippled Gus, you step out of the car, please, sir.

  • How old's your kid?

  • He said.

  • Step out of the car.

  • With this stone cold stare bearing on, Gus, Malvo is able to seize complete control of the situation which, chilling to realize is that this is Lauren Malvo being merciful as the killer reminds us, he could easily leave his daughter without a father.

  • I'm going to roll my window up.

  • Then I'm gonna drive away and you're gonna go home to your daughter.

  • And every few years you're gonna look at her face.

  • I know that you're alive because you chose not to go down a certain road on a certain night.

  • Gus.

  • Overcoming his fear later, has no effect as Malvo is able to intimidate him again, even when pretending to be someone else entirely establishing how the devil comes in many forms, I said, Did you know that the human eye can see more shades of green than any other color.

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