Fargo Talks Fargo is the unofficial podcast on the FX television show, Fargo. Get a take on the true crime adaptation of the original film from true Fargo citizens with a new episode every week from producer Bill Lempe and Charpie with special guests along the way.
S4 – Episode 11
Well gee dang it all…we seem to have come to another end to another season of Fargo on FX. Bill and Charpie talk about their final thoughts on the season. After we eased on down the road with the Fadda and Cannon crews, where have we ended up? Was this season up your alley or was it a ladder to nowhere? We try to resolve a bit of what we have seen this season. In the end, some are home gain and some haven’t quit found their home. The Goldilocks tales pokes its head into the story again via East/West. We hope we’ve manage to win a few friends and influence some people this season. Thanks for joining us again. All this for what? A little bit of money? Be well folks. Beware the Jabberwocky.
S4 – Episode 11 – Hotdish
Yikes we work on reconciling the end of this season…no we don’t since it’s the hotdish. Both of us are a bit stunned by things and attempt to serve up our thoughts without going too deep into the main course. Are we satisfied? Only a rewatch will bring these things to light, man. Send us your thoughts. Until the final breakdown, enjoy this Jell-O salad (don’t @ me. I know it’s not oranges). https://www.fargomoorhead.org/restaurants-bars/article/midwesterner-jello-salad/ Yummy!
S4 – Episode 10
We somehow connect this episode from Stevie Wonder to The Wire to the Red Hot Chili Peppers. You know, the usual stuff from us. Odis is still smiling on his way out. Bill can’t let go of Oz. Charpie is full-blown in cahoots with the duality of Raddoppiarlo. We can’t let it go. Sorry not sorry. Incredibly solid showing from Buel, Ethelrida, and Satchel. Mild nautical theme pickups from Snowman and/or The Roach. Holding strong on that fact that it’s a curse NOT a saving entity for these women. It’s a dang slave ship asshat people, not a helper. Oh, did we mention deep context on gadfly? Join up on our journey. Grab your footing and keep your pistol holstered. Scarecrows and such. Happy now?
S4 – Episode 10 – Hotdish
Fresh off a twister of an episode last week, we find ourselves learning about Happy in episode 10 of Fargo Season 4. We’ve got a double cross by cousins, our two possible “Dorothy” characters emerge at their own crossroads in a new world, and a pair of characters disappear from this earth. Like Rick Astley, we are never gonna give you, Raddoppiarlo, up this season. Dueces…Aces…you choose. Don’t forget the lingering specter of Theodore Roach. That is an evil even Oraetta can’t handle. Deals are being made.
S4 – Episode 9
How can we even start this show breakdown. East/West Fargo Episode 9 is a fully-packed episode. Likely our biggest Oz payoff of the season. Houses divided. Tin Woodman, Hickory in search of oil, sister racist witches, and a dang unfinished billboard. What are guys like Rabbi and Satchel to do in this crazy mixed up world. Calamity ensues. Snowman comes back at the end (of the podcast not the episode). The future is now! Just not for Omie or Willy. We can try help. Join us on this episode of Fargo Talks Fargo at we celebrate Satchel’s birthday. Happy Birthday, young man!
S4 – Episode 9 – Hotdish
Things aren’t always as black and white as they seem in the episode of Fargo. In episode 9 East/West, we journey with Rabbi and Satchel to Liberal, KS to see where they are hiding out. We see Omie set his snare. Oddly, Satchel and Rabbi stay at another “house” that is divided. Things spin up quickly near the end. The future is now, folks! WTF does that even mean?
Great Fargo pod
Just found this pod during season 4 ... it’s great ... really in depth discussion that brings a lot more to the episodes.... gonna listen to the other seasons while I rewatch them
This is the best Fargo podcast out there! Great!
Professional Fargonians on all things Fargonia.
I’m a beer enthusiast, AND I love the FX original series Fargo. In season one of the podcast Bill and Charpie were sponsored by Fargo Brewing Company and their vivid description of Woodchipper IPA was drool inducing, I was hooked. They also do a really fantastic job of finding the intricate details that most viewers miss in these complex fictional Cohen brothers tales of crime and dark comedy in the Midwest. As a fellow Midwesterner (I live in Mukwonago, Wisconsin) I immediately garner a great deal of empathy with the comparisons Bill & Charpie derive from each episodes stories to their existence in the frozen tundra of North Dakota/Minnesota despite the fact they may be Vikings or Twins fans (go Packers, Go Crew) I enjoy the candor, the insight, the humor, the hot dishes and the libation imbibing; I could not be more impressed with a podcast on Fargo unless they were to ship me some FBC Woodchipper IPA. Wink wink nudge nudge and all that. 5 Stars!!