Malvo executes his master plan, while Lester attempts to craft one of his own. Gus and Molly team up in Duluth.
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Buridan's Ass refers to an old philosophical puzzle by Jean Buridan, a French philosopher in the 14th century who used the idea of a mule situated equidistantly between two bales of hay as a way of examining free will. Buridan wondered if a mule would starve if it couldn't decide between two equivalent choices, since both choices were the same and one had no more appeal than the other. If the mule did choose one of them, the question would be what factor lead to the mule's choosing, and was that actually an exercise of free will. See more
After moving Mr. Creech into his bed, Lester starts bandaging his head, starting at his forehead. Later, when he removes it, the bandage end is at the back of his head. Also during the different takes where he appears bandaged, there are clear differences in the bandaging. See more
[during lunch as Jergen tells the others a story and Carlyle reads him reports, out of nowhere
[Jergen stops talking, all eyes are cast on Tripoli, and Carlyle quickly looks up the progress on Hess
Assets deployed, Mr. Wrench and Mr. Numbers - three days, plus lodging, plus mileage.
[Tripoli looks over at Jergen, who looks slightly nervous
You want the, um...? Bottom line, they don't think... our guys... they said, doesn't look related to the business. Could be extramarital on the ...
Performed by Benedictine Nuns of the Abbey of Notre Dame Argentan See more