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“The Future Is Now”

Rabbi Milligan: Hey! Hey! What the heck does that even mean?

Worker: Got me. Could be a statement as to the underlying unreliability of time. Or a testimony along the lines of “seize the day”. They don’t pay me to write ’em, just slap ’em up. Which I did. And now it’s done.

And I find myself once more at a crossroads, unemployed. So I suppose for me the future I once feared has arrived as predicted by this very billboard.

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  • Alex G December 7, 2020, 5:14 AM

    I remember when I saw this on the show, I had to do a rewind to hear it again with captions on.

  • Kevin Shaughan Dickson December 7, 2020, 6:58 AM

    For the record…that was the best season of Fargo so far.

  • H (science denier) December 7, 2020, 7:06 PM

    I’m quite fond of the Billy Bob Thornton season, but this one was pretty darn good. Grudgingly have to say (grudgingly, because I detest Chris Rock on general principles), yes, better.

    Coen Bros. are geniuses.