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Fargo follows a young State Trooper and his Sheriff father-in-law as they investigate a grizzly case involving a local crime family, a major mob syndicate who won’t rest until they’ve taken over Sioux Falls, SD, and a small town beautician and her husband who inadvertently get caught in the middle.
"Rhinoceros" is a crackerjack hour of television, holding over the level of tension from last week's episode while upping the ante considerably, as nearly every character finds him or herself facing down a life-or-death situation.
For all his bluster, Karl Weathers comes into his own this week, as we first learn that he's the best (sorry, only) lawyer in town, and then get to see him back up his bravado with a sterling performance.
At some point I just stopped taking notes on "Rhinoceros" and inched closer and closer to the screen 'til my eyeballs were pressed against the glass and nearly popped. That's how great an episode of Fargo "Rhinoceros" was.