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amiepsychique:

Another Fargo sketch.

Yeah, I made gifs of this too.

Anonymous asked: What was that round blood mark on Lester's hand from Fargo? I don't understand why the camera was focusing on it :)

notmydate:

That’s a buckshot wound from when Malvo shot the chief.  It is circumstantial evidence that Lester was present when the Chief was shot, but that he wasn’t the shooter. He also got a spray of blood on the back of his neck from the Chief which suggests the same thing.  image

HECK

My mom said, “Don’t do it, Pearl”. She said, “He’s the kind of boy that loses all the time, and you know what those boys grow up to be, don’t ya? Losers”.

sherlock-undercover:

So cute in this suit. {x}

notmydate:

Yeah, you were cool as a cucumber, Lester.

notmydate:

The accent is obviously one of the main features I guess, for someone who’s not from that area, and most of us actors, you know, most of the american actors were not from that area.

Ya

rewecca:

Ok I’m really done now.

( No. I can never get over this.)

free-martinis:

Martin Freeman

Duration: 2 hours, 57 minutesFirst broadcast:Thursday 17 April 2014

Steve chats to star of Sherlock and The Hobbit - Martin Freeman, Downton Abbey’s Lady Sybil - Jessica Brown Findlay and elderly lifestyle guru Barry from Watford returns! Plus there’s amazing Factoids, the Non-Stop Oldies, and the latest lifestyle and entertainment news.

BBC Radio 2 - Steve Wright in the Afternoon, Martin Freeman

link:  http://bbc.in/1kMoJR7

Anonymous asked: I didn't get the part where Lester...y'know. If he was yelling oh jeez a lot, why didn't he stop?

fxfargo:

I guess it goes back to the scene with Lorne in the hospital. Where Lester could have just said “no” to Lorne about Sam in addition to saying “yes” to the nurse. Except he didn’t.

Because deep down that’s what he *really* wanted. Lester goes from a passive “yeah” at the hospital about Sam to a far more active “yeah” in *THAT* scene. The “aw jeez” is just his way of verbalising his sense of guilt and conflict over what he’s doing. To put it in Lorne-type terms, Lester’s getting more in touch with his inner “ape”.