Another thing I meant to mention, Simpson came off a lot like the Punisher on meth to me. A cop who lost faith in the justice system and now believes killing the bad guy(s) is the only answer. I don't know how they're handling Frank Castle in Daredevil season two, but I wonder if they would have been better off using him instead. At least they could have had one of the cops mentioned him in passing, assuming he's working at that same precinct.
There's also the point Kilgrave makes that he didn't actually tell Jessica to kill Reva, he just said "take care of her" which could have meant a lot of things. The other victims seem to take what he says quite literally (See: "put a bullet in your head, Trish.") I thought they were gonna suggest she was becoming immune even before then and killed Reva at the slightest suggestion because she's got all that pent up anger and rage.
Maybe if she had asked him to look into his heart like nine times he would have. I'm sure that's all true but it's still a nod to the Big Lebowski. There were a couple more I missed too, like Hank talking about cutting off his toe, and apparently Milligan said "Sometimes, there's a man" at one point. I hope next week's episode does include some flashbacks, cause I'm still not clear on how Ed and Peggy got away. Wasn't Ed on foot while the cops were in a car following close behind him?
Which doesn't make a ton of sense since previously the effects would last twelve hours after he left. But I guess we're meant to assume he let out some kinda pheromone death-rattle that released everyone. FYI, that is apparently not Night Nurse. I read an article that the film division vetoed that idea, and Night Nurse will be in the Dr. Strange movie. Played by Rachel McAdams apparently.
That was probably the most interesting part of the episode but I still have no idea where they're going with the alien stuff. I kinda figured it'd never be explained but now I feel like they have to explain that part at least. Enjoyed the Big Lebowski nods this episode. The lady Betsy told Karl not to let Lou marry shares Bunny Leboswki's maiden name (I won't even try to spell it.) Also of course they used the song "Just Dropped In" from the movie twice.
Awesome. Can't wait for more details. I wonder if there are any hints in the remainder of this season as to the plot of season three. You have to wonder though how many stories like this set in and around Fargo they can do before it gets ridiculous. What year did season one take place in? I assumed present day. I don't expect them to go more than a year or so into the future, that'd be weird. Would it strain credulity to have Molly, Gus et al. involved in another case like this? I guess not she is the head cop out there. If something came up where she like saw security footage of Mr. Wrench (I believe he was the one who survived, the deaf hitman) committing a murder I bet she'd get involved. Then it just has to spiral out of control from there.
No, but I see how you got confused. Jeffrey Dean Morgan is playing Negan. The article says the video did not make clear who the victim was. The whole video could have been faked anyway, it's hard to say since I never saw it.
During all the "is he dead?" speculation I read an article that he'd renewed his contract. Assuming they're contracted per season and not half-seasons then I'd say he's safe. But supposedly someone's going to die that way. I didn't see the video before it was taken down but apparently you couldn't tell who was being killed: http://www.idigitaltimes.com/walking-dead-season-6-spoilers-leaked-video-negan-set-confirms-fans-worst-fears-491234