In a small Minnesota town, a shooting at a diner disrupts the lives of a state officer, a married couple, and a North Dakota crime syndicate.
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In the Blumquist garage, a tennis ball on a string hanging from the ceiling, used to guide the driver, can be seen when Ed first looks in. The tennis ball is positioned right over the window on the passenger's side of the car, but it's absent in the flashback that first depicts Peggy driving in with the unconscious Rye on her hood. It is later seen again in the next episode when Ed cleans the garage. See more
It's a diner robbery in Minnesota, Karl. Not a presidential assassination.
Oh, sure. That's how it starts... with something small like a break-in at the Watergate Hotel. But just watch. This thing's only getting bigger.
Referenced in Fargo: Palindrome
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