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--> '''Showalter''': Thats the IDS building, the big glass one. The tallest skyscraper in the Midwest, after the Sears in Chicago, or John Hancock Building, whatever.

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--> '''Showalter''': Thats That's the IDS building, the big glass one. The tallest skyscraper in the Midwest, after the Sears in Chicago, or John Hancock Building, whatever.



* "Oh for Pete's sake! He's fleeing the interview, he's fleeing the interview...how do I get an outside line here?"

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* "Oh for Pete's sake! He's fleeing the interview, he's fleeing the interview... how do I get an outside line here?"



* The pitiful baby-man noises Jerry makes as [[spoiler:the state troopers finally track him down and arrest him.]]

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* The pitiful baby-man noises Jerry makes as [[spoiler:the state troopers finally track him down and arrest him.]]him]].



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* "I'm not sure I agree with you a hundred percent on your police work there, Lou." Such a perfect usage of a litote!



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* Grimsrud, emotionless, stone-cold killer, dropping his fork in shock at a plot twist in a soap opera.


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!!The film:



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[[folder:The 2014 Series]]
!! Season 1
* Lorne convinces a kid working at the hotel where he's staying to piss in his boss' gas tank... then goes and calls the boss on him and watches as the kid tries to flee.
* Lorne picking up a package and rather casually noting that he's a pastor now, referring to his new alias and identity.
* After killing Sam Hess, Lorne poses as the executor of his estate, and tells Mickey that Sam left all the money and property to his younger brother Moe. Mickey, being an idiot, then tries to beat Moe to death with a hockey stick. This is followed by Molly rushing out to tackle Mickey to the ground.
** Mrs. Hess looks terribly amused by this and starts giggling, to which Max Gold reacts with a horrified expression.
* The argument in SignLanguage between Mr. Numbers and Mr. Wrench over what sort of woman Hess was with when he was murdered.
-->'''Mr. Numbers''': He was killed while with a prostitute.
-->'''Mr. Wrench''': Was he standing up at the time with the girl, or was the girl fucking him while on top?
-->'''Mr. Numbers''': What? You want to ask him specifically what position he was in with this girl?
-->'''Mr. Wrench''': Yeah! It could be important information. For all we know he could have been fucking hoes on a boat when all of a sudden a sword fish jumped out of the water and landed on the back of his head stabbing him
* Mickey shoots Moe in the ass with a crossbow after seeing his mom hit on Lester. Mrs. Hess just sighs with annoyance.
* When Semenko shows up at Lorne's motel room in an attempt to intimidate him, Lorne's reply is to walk into the washroom, sit down on the toilet, and take a crap while reading Stavros' book. All with the door open.
* TheReveal [[spoiler: of what became of the unrecovered money from the actual Fargo movie.]]
* Lorne posing as an innocent minister.
* Lester [[spoiler: in the trunk of Numbers' and Wrench's car, calling his brother from a cell phone.]]
* Lester [[spoiler:tasing Mr. Numbers in the head and booking it. While Mr. Wrench just drills the ice-hole obliviously.]]
* Lester [[spoiler: while escaping the two hit men, spies a police and tries to get arrested to get away. He rather comically punches the officer.]]
** And after all that, [[spoiler: Numbers and Wrench get themselves arrested by staging a barfight and put in the same cell as him.]]
* Molly and Ida's conversation about the baby name:
--> '''Molly:''' They said, uh, Bernadette.
--> '''Ida:''' Vern's idea. His mother's name, I wanted Ally. [[spoiler: And now he's dead. That man always knew how to win an argument.]]
* Lester's ingenious [[spoiler: temporary escape from the hospital and way of planting evidence in his brother's home.]] And it involves comically switching places with a hospital roommate who's heavily bandaged at the face and head.
* The diagram of all the involved parties Molly draws on the window of her [[spoiler: hospital room]], which has Mr. Wrench labeled as "DEAF FELLA."
** And Mr. Numbers labeled as "DEAF FELLA'S PARTNER".
* During the [[spoiler:Fargo Syndicate Massacre]] one of the gangsters gets the drop on Lorne with a triumphant cry, only for his gun to click empty.
* Any scene involving [[Series/KeyAndPeele Pepper and Budge.]]
* A tense and dangerous final battle between Lorne and Lester suddenly becomes hilarious when Lester's gun jams and Lorne responds by flinging a trophy into his face.
* Numbers and Wrench have a heated argument in the middle of Lou's about how to handle [[spoiler: Lester]] that devolves into Wrench slamming his hands on the table because Numbers is ignoring him, and as they're walking out you faintly hear Numbers shout ''"I'm not looking at you!"''
* In a deleted scene Numbers and Wrench walk into a gas station robbery because Numbers wanted to buy a bag of off-brand Funyuns. After shooting the thief, they kill the clerk, the only witness and rob the store themselves, with Numbers grabbing a bag of "Scrunyuns" on the way out.

!!Season 2
* Rye attempts to intimidate the judge apparently assuming he's the first one to ever try it:
--> '''Rye''': Listen, there's two ways this can go:
--> '''The Judge''': Is one of them the hard way?
--> '''Rye''': Easy- *slams hand on table* You know what?!
* After Rye [[spoiler: commits the Waffle House shoot out and chases down (and kills) the waitress he gets distracted by a set of lights and wanders onto the highway, thereby getting hit by Peggy Blomquist. The lights he got distracted by, though? Apparently, UFO lights.]]
* Joe and Mike's conversation about the quality of the water in North Dakota and their usage of shampoo.
* Charlie insists on being sent to kill Ed, but loses his nerve and instead returns to the car with a packet of chops and an ashamed look on his face
* Presidential candidate and former movie star UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan (Creator/BruceCampbell) stops at Luverne during a whistle-stop tour. Lou is assigned to his detail and Karl Weathers(NickOfferman) asks him a favor:
-->'''Karl''': If you get the chance, ask if him if JoanCrawford had crabs.
-->'''Lou''': Yeah, I'm not going to do that.
* This darkly funny exchange:
-->'''Lou''': Do you really think we'll get out of this mess we're in?
-->'''Reagan''': [[{{Eagleland}} Son, there's not a challenge on God's earth that can't be overcome by an American]]. And I truly believe that.
-->'''Lou''': Yeah, but... how?
-->'''Reagan''': (smiles, pats Lou on the shoulder and leaves)
* Having arrested Ed, Lou summons the town's attorney: Karl Weathers, Esq - [[OneSceneWonder who proceeds to steal the entire episode]]:
-->'''Karl''': You hear that Sonny? There's a crisis at the highest level, so who do they call? The best lawyer in town.
-->'''Sonny''': Aren't you the only lawyer in town, Karl?
-->'''Karl''': Yes, but that's because I scared away all the... *nearly falls over getting out of his chair* Great Caesar's ghost. It would appear I'm a little unstable... Though I am sound in mind and body and ready to run circles around the inferior minds of the Rock County sheriff's department.
-->'''Sonny''': Lou's a state cop, Karl.
-->'''Karl''': Shut up Sonny. *beat* We'll need you to drive, however.
** Upon arriving, a "slightly inebriated" Karl wanders through the station, spouting patriotic statements in a LargeHam fashion ... occasionally interrupted by the cops giving him directions to the holding cell where his client is.
-->'''Karl''': [[{{Eagleland}} Rights that were squeezed from British oppression like water from a stone! That all men are created equal, free from the jackboot tyranny and gulag magic tricks of nameless, faceless committees]] -
-->'''Lou''': Hey, hope they didn't wake ya.
-->'''Karl''': Out of my way, tool of the state!
** He then attempts to ask Ed whether or not he's guilty, but only by conflicting head shakes and nods. After all, [[ConspiracyTheorist "the establishment has ears everywhere"]].
** He also slips up and says he'll defend Ed to Ed's dying breath, not his own.
-->'''Karl''': Please excuse the obvious death penalty snafu. I'm slightly inebriated.
** Karl then discovers a Gerhardt lynch mob about to siege the police station (accompanied by a comically long series of [[DramaticGunCock gun cocks]] as the mob loads up), before attempting to barricade the station doors with a bench. Glass doors, which are pulled open from the outside.
** Finally, Karl manages to lessen the MoodWhiplash with a ComicallySerious, NickOfferman delivered line:
-->'''Karl''': It's possible I soiled myself.
* The look on Dodd's face after he accidentally [[spoiler:shoots one of his own men]] while looking for Peggy in the Blomquists' basement makes for a bit of great BlackComedy.
* Lou losing it with Schmidt's behavior and flat out telling him he thinks he's a shit cop. Hank's reaction really sells it.
* The episode "Loplop" is loaded with BlackComedy, as Ed and Peggy take Dodd hostage and try to ransom him back to the Gerhardts, blissfully unaware that the Gerhardt empire is collapsing from within.
--> '''Ed''': Honey, did you stab him?\\
'''Dodd''': Yes.\\
'''Peggy''': Nope.
** Dodd throughout is absolutely hilarious, acting increasingly childlike
--> I think she punctured a lung.
* The truly masterful buildup and subsequent bait-and-switch when [[spoiler:Mike just up and shoots The Undertaker in the face, and massacres his underlings without breaking a sweat. All of that buildup, that perfectly mournful preceding sequence, the intriguing and unique little ticks of The Undertaker, all point toward Mr Milligan taking an early exit, but then: Bam!]]
* Mike gesturing for Gale to get him a pen so he can write down the details of Ed's proposed meeting. With his wrist-gun still poking out of his sleeve.
* In the episode "The Castle", Peggy gets the line of the episode (and maybe the season) when they make a run for it during the infamous Sioux Falls Massacre.
--> '''Peggy''': [[spoiler:It's just a flying saucer Ed! We gotta go!]]
* Mike and Gale pulling up to the motel literally moments after the massacre ends, seeing the parking lot full of bodies, and immediately [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere turning around and getting back in the car.]]
--> '''Mike''': Okay then.

!! Season 3
* Nikki standing up in the bath to distract Maurice, who is threatening her and Ray with a gun. He's DistractedByTheSexy, but so is Ray, and Nikki ends up having to prompt him to ambush Maurice. He's so slow on the uptake that Maurice manages to fend him off. The whole scene is doubly funny when you take into account how Nikki's twice mentioned what a great team the two of them make.
* After a while of Ray and Nikki celebrating their success in the wildcat tournament and how they're on their way to ruling the sport, it turns out they're making such a big deal out of finishing in ''third place''.
* Emmit's lawyer, Irv, sums up Emmit's discussion of his "deal" with Varga.
-->'''Irv''': You borrowed a million dollars from a guy without knowing his first name. I'm not asking a question, I'm just assessing the level of stupidity.
* Irv's almost cartoonishly bad computer skills. He needs his secretary to tell him he needs to hit the enter key on a Google search, ''and'' show him where it is.
* Emmit and Sy discussing the content of V.M. Varga's ominous truck.
-->'''Sy'''': A truck full of... well, it could be anything. Booze, guns... it could be anything. The kind of demeanor this fella has...
-->'''Emmit''': You think maybe it's... I don't wanna say it out loud.
-->'''Sy''': Slave girls-
-->'''Emmit''': (horrified) What? NO... I was gonna say drugs...do you think it's slave girls?
-->'''Sy''': [[FalseReassurance ...No.]]
* Nikki's bizarre leaps of logic to convince herself that Emmit is a wily and creative WorthyOpponent for her criminal skills, when he was just having the stamp's frame fixed.
* When Winnie Lopez visit Emmit Stussy's office to talk to Sy about him hitting a few cars with his Humvee, Yuri and Meemo staring at Sy with him extremely distressed by the thought they might suspect him of informing the police on them.
* Ray proposes to Nikki just before they make their sex tape. "For Pete's sake, I'm wearing a hooker wig!"
* Varga is bemused by Sy's protests on the IRS looking into their business and trying to double the company's size in three months.
-->'''Varga''': I'm beginning to think high finance is just a hobby for you.
* After half a season of Varga being a terrifyingly CrazyPrepared force of nature, he's stymied by the technophobic Gloria's complete lack of an online footprint.
* Meemo posing as attorney. He even trolls the IRS agent by wearing identical attire and mirroring the man's mannerism to a tee.
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[[folder:Meta]]
!!Season 3
* Mary Elizabeth Winstead's [[https://twitter.com/m_e_winstead/status/855116103562940416 Twitter response]] to a fan who suggested the [[DistractedByTheSexy impressive posterior]] shown in the bathtub scene of the first episode was a butt double.
-->'''MEW:''' Please. I did not do those squats for nothing!
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[[folder:The 2014 Series]]
!!

!!The series
[[index]]
* [[Funny/FargoSeasonOne
Season 1
1]]
* Lorne convinces a kid working at the hotel where he's staying to piss in his boss' gas tank... then goes and calls the boss on him and watches as the kid tries to flee.
* Lorne picking up a package and rather casually noting that he's a pastor now, referring to his new alias and identity.
* After killing Sam Hess, Lorne poses as the executor of his estate, and tells Mickey that Sam left all the money and property to his younger brother Moe. Mickey, being an idiot, then tries to beat Moe to death with a hockey stick. This is followed by Molly rushing out to tackle Mickey to the ground.
** Mrs. Hess looks terribly amused by this and starts giggling, to which Max Gold reacts with a horrified expression.
* The argument in SignLanguage between Mr. Numbers and Mr. Wrench over what sort of woman Hess was with when he was murdered.
-->'''Mr. Numbers''': He was killed while with a prostitute.
-->'''Mr. Wrench''': Was he standing up at the time with the girl, or was the girl fucking him while on top?
-->'''Mr. Numbers''': What? You want to ask him specifically what position he was in with this girl?
-->'''Mr. Wrench''': Yeah! It could be important information. For all we know he could have been fucking hoes on a boat when all of a sudden a sword fish jumped out of the water and landed on the back of his head stabbing him
* Mickey shoots Moe in the ass with a crossbow after seeing his mom hit on Lester. Mrs. Hess just sighs with annoyance.
* When Semenko shows up at Lorne's motel room in an attempt to intimidate him, Lorne's reply is to walk into the washroom, sit down on the toilet, and take a crap while reading Stavros' book. All with the door open.
* TheReveal [[spoiler: of what became of the unrecovered money from the actual Fargo movie.]]
* Lorne posing as an innocent minister.
* Lester [[spoiler: in the trunk of Numbers' and Wrench's car, calling his brother from a cell phone.]]
* Lester [[spoiler:tasing Mr. Numbers in the head and booking it. While Mr. Wrench just drills the ice-hole obliviously.]]
* Lester [[spoiler: while escaping the two hit men, spies a police and tries to get arrested to get away. He rather comically punches the officer.]]
** And after all that, [[spoiler: Numbers and Wrench get themselves arrested by staging a barfight and put in the same cell as him.]]
* Molly and Ida's conversation about the baby name:
--> '''Molly:''' They said, uh, Bernadette.
--> '''Ida:''' Vern's idea. His mother's name, I wanted Ally. [[spoiler: And now he's dead. That man always knew how to win an argument.]]
* Lester's ingenious [[spoiler: temporary escape from the hospital and way of planting evidence in his brother's home.]] And it involves comically switching places with a hospital roommate who's heavily bandaged at the face and head.
* The diagram of all the involved parties Molly draws on the window of her [[spoiler: hospital room]], which has Mr. Wrench labeled as "DEAF FELLA."
** And Mr. Numbers labeled as "DEAF FELLA'S PARTNER".
* During the [[spoiler:Fargo Syndicate Massacre]] one of the gangsters gets the drop on Lorne with a triumphant cry, only for his gun to click empty.
* Any scene involving [[Series/KeyAndPeele Pepper and Budge.]]
* A tense and dangerous final battle between Lorne and Lester suddenly becomes hilarious when Lester's gun jams and Lorne responds by flinging a trophy into his face.
* Numbers and Wrench have a heated argument in the middle of Lou's about how to handle [[spoiler: Lester]] that devolves into Wrench slamming his hands on the table because Numbers is ignoring him, and as they're walking out you faintly hear Numbers shout ''"I'm not looking at you!"''
* In a deleted scene Numbers and Wrench walk into a gas station robbery because Numbers wanted to buy a bag of off-brand Funyuns. After shooting the thief, they kill the clerk, the only witness and rob the store themselves, with Numbers grabbing a bag of "Scrunyuns" on the way out.

!!Season 2
* Rye attempts to intimidate the judge apparently assuming he's the first one to ever try it:
--> '''Rye''': Listen, there's two ways this can go:
--> '''The Judge''': Is one of them the hard way?
--> '''Rye''': Easy- *slams hand on table* You know what?!
* After Rye [[spoiler: commits the Waffle House shoot out and chases down (and kills) the waitress he gets distracted by a set of lights and wanders onto the highway, thereby getting hit by Peggy Blomquist. The lights he got distracted by, though? Apparently, UFO lights.]]
* Joe and Mike's conversation about the quality of the water in North Dakota and their usage of shampoo.
* Charlie insists on being sent to kill Ed, but loses his nerve and instead returns to the car with a packet of chops and an ashamed look on his face
* Presidential candidate and former movie star UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan (Creator/BruceCampbell) stops at Luverne during a whistle-stop tour. Lou is assigned to his detail and Karl Weathers(NickOfferman) asks him a favor:
-->'''Karl''': If you get the chance, ask if him if JoanCrawford had crabs.
-->'''Lou''': Yeah, I'm not going to do that.
* This darkly funny exchange:
-->'''Lou''': Do you really think we'll get out of this mess we're in?
-->'''Reagan''': [[{{Eagleland}} Son, there's not a challenge on God's earth that can't be overcome by an American]]. And I truly believe that.
-->'''Lou''': Yeah, but... how?
-->'''Reagan''': (smiles, pats Lou on the shoulder and leaves)
* Having arrested Ed, Lou summons the town's attorney: Karl Weathers, Esq - [[OneSceneWonder who proceeds to steal the entire episode]]:
-->'''Karl''': You hear that Sonny? There's a crisis at the highest level, so who do they call? The best lawyer in town.
-->'''Sonny''': Aren't you the only lawyer in town, Karl?
-->'''Karl''': Yes, but that's because I scared away all the... *nearly falls over getting out of his chair* Great Caesar's ghost. It would appear I'm a little unstable... Though I am sound in mind and body and ready to run circles around the inferior minds of the Rock County sheriff's department.
-->'''Sonny''': Lou's a state cop, Karl.
-->'''Karl''': Shut up Sonny. *beat* We'll need you to drive, however.
** Upon arriving, a "slightly inebriated" Karl wanders through the station, spouting patriotic statements in a LargeHam fashion ... occasionally interrupted by the cops giving him directions to the holding cell where his client is.
-->'''Karl''': [[{{Eagleland}} Rights that were squeezed from British oppression like water from a stone! That all men are created equal, free from the jackboot tyranny and gulag magic tricks of nameless, faceless committees]] -
-->'''Lou''': Hey, hope they didn't wake ya.
-->'''Karl''': Out of my way, tool of the state!
** He then attempts to ask Ed whether or not he's guilty, but only by conflicting head shakes and nods. After all, [[ConspiracyTheorist "the establishment has ears everywhere"]].
** He also slips up and says he'll defend Ed to Ed's dying breath, not his own.
-->'''Karl''': Please excuse the obvious death penalty snafu. I'm slightly inebriated.
** Karl then discovers a Gerhardt lynch mob about to siege the police station (accompanied by a comically long series of [[DramaticGunCock gun cocks]] as the mob loads up), before attempting to barricade the station doors with a bench. Glass doors, which are pulled open from the outside.
** Finally, Karl manages to lessen the MoodWhiplash with a ComicallySerious, NickOfferman delivered line:
-->'''Karl''': It's possible I soiled myself.
* The look on Dodd's face after he accidentally [[spoiler:shoots one of his own men]] while looking for Peggy in the Blomquists' basement makes for a bit of great BlackComedy.
* Lou losing it with Schmidt's behavior and flat out telling him he thinks he's a shit cop. Hank's reaction really sells it.
* The episode "Loplop" is loaded with BlackComedy, as Ed and Peggy take Dodd hostage and try to ransom him back to the Gerhardts, blissfully unaware that the Gerhardt empire is collapsing from within.
--> '''Ed''': Honey, did you stab him?\\
'''Dodd''': Yes.\\
'''Peggy''': Nope.
** Dodd throughout is absolutely hilarious, acting increasingly childlike
--> I think she punctured a lung.
* The truly masterful buildup and subsequent bait-and-switch when [[spoiler:Mike just up and shoots The Undertaker in the face, and massacres his underlings without breaking a sweat. All of that buildup, that perfectly mournful preceding sequence, the intriguing and unique little ticks of The Undertaker, all point toward Mr Milligan taking an early exit, but then: Bam!]]
* Mike gesturing for Gale to get him a pen so he can write down the details of Ed's proposed meeting. With his wrist-gun still poking out of his sleeve.
* In the episode "The Castle", Peggy gets the line of the episode (and maybe the season) when they make a run for it during the infamous Sioux Falls Massacre.
--> '''Peggy''': [[spoiler:It's just a flying saucer Ed! We gotta go!]]
* Mike and Gale pulling up to the motel literally moments after the massacre ends, seeing the parking lot full of bodies, and immediately [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere turning around and getting back in the car.]]
--> '''Mike''': Okay then.

!!
[[Funny/FargoSeasonTwo Season 3
2]]
* Nikki standing up in the bath to distract Maurice, who is threatening her and Ray with a gun. He's DistractedByTheSexy, but so is Ray, and Nikki ends up having to prompt him to ambush Maurice. He's so slow on the uptake that Maurice manages to fend him off. The whole scene is doubly funny when you take into account how Nikki's twice mentioned what a great team the two of them make.
* After a while of Ray and Nikki celebrating their success in the wildcat tournament and how they're on their way to ruling the sport, it turns out they're making such a big deal out of finishing in ''third place''.
* Emmit's lawyer, Irv, sums up Emmit's discussion of his "deal" with Varga.
-->'''Irv''': You borrowed a million dollars from a guy without knowing his first name. I'm not asking a question, I'm just assessing the level of stupidity.
* Irv's almost cartoonishly bad computer skills. He needs his secretary to tell him he needs to hit the enter key on a Google search, ''and'' show him where it is.
* Emmit and Sy discussing the content of V.M. Varga's ominous truck.
-->'''Sy'''': A truck full of... well, it could be anything. Booze, guns... it could be anything. The kind of demeanor this fella has...
-->'''Emmit''': You think maybe it's... I don't wanna say it out loud.
-->'''Sy''': Slave girls-
-->'''Emmit''': (horrified) What? NO... I was gonna say drugs...do you think it's slave girls?
-->'''Sy''': [[FalseReassurance ...No.]]
* Nikki's bizarre leaps of logic to convince herself that Emmit is a wily and creative WorthyOpponent for her criminal skills, when he was just having the stamp's frame fixed.
* When Winnie Lopez visit Emmit Stussy's office to talk to Sy about him hitting a few cars with his Humvee, Yuri and Meemo staring at Sy with him extremely distressed by the thought they might suspect him of informing the police on them.
* Ray proposes to Nikki just before they make their sex tape. "For Pete's sake, I'm wearing a hooker wig!"
* Varga is bemused by Sy's protests on the IRS looking into their business and trying to double the company's size in three months.
-->'''Varga''': I'm beginning to think high finance is just a hobby for you.
* After half a season of Varga being a terrifyingly CrazyPrepared force of nature, he's stymied by the technophobic Gloria's complete lack of an online footprint.
* Meemo posing as attorney. He even trolls the IRS agent by wearing identical attire and mirroring the man's mannerism to a tee.
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[[folder:Meta]]
!!Season 3
[[Funny/FargoSeasonThree Season 3]]
[[/index]]

!!!Meta
* Mary Elizabeth Winstead's [[https://twitter.com/m_e_winstead/status/855116103562940416 Twitter response]] to a fan who suggested the [[DistractedByTheSexy impressive posterior]] shown in the bathtub scene of the first episode of season three was a butt double.
-->'''MEW:''' -->'''Winstead:''' Please. I did not do those squats for nothing!
[[/folder]]
nothing!


* Meemo posing as accountant. He even trolls the IRS agent by wearing identical attire and mirroring the man's mannerism to a tee.

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* Meemo posing as accountant.attorney. He even trolls the IRS agent by wearing identical attire and mirroring the man's mannerism to a tee.

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* Meemo posing as accountant. He even trolls the IRS agent by wearing identical attire and mirroring the man's mannerism to a tee.


* Varga is bemused by Ray's protests on the IRS looking into their business and trying to double the company's size in three months.

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* Varga is bemused by Ray's Sy's protests on the IRS looking into their business and trying to double the company's size in three months.

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* Varga is bemused by Ray's protests on the IRS looking into their business and trying to double the company's size in three months.
-->'''Varga''': I'm beginning to think high finance is just a hobby for you.

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* After half a season of Varga being a terrifyingly CrazyPrepared force of nature, he's stymied by the technophobic Gloria's complete lack of an online footprint.

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* Ray proposes to Nikki just before they make their sex tape. "For Pete's sake, I'm wearing a hooker wig!"

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* When Winnie Lopez visit Emmit Stussy's office to talk to Sy about him hitting a few cars with his Humvee, Yuri and Meemo staring at Sy with him extremely distressed by the thought they might suspect him of informing the police on them.


-->'''Sy''': Slave girl
-->'''Emmit''': (horrified) What? NO.

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-->'''Sy''': Slave girl
girls-
-->'''Emmit''': (horrified) What? NO.NO... I was gonna say drugs...do you think it's slave girls?
-->'''Sy''': [[FalseReassurance ...No.]]

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* Emmit and Sy discussing the content of V.M. Varga's ominous truck.
-->'''Sy'''': A truck full of... well, it could be anything. Booze, guns... it could be anything. The kind of demeanor this fella has...
-->'''Emmit''': You think maybe it's... I don't wanna say it out loud.
-->'''Sy''': Slave girl
-->'''Emmit''': (horrified) What? NO.

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* Nikki's bizarre leaps of logic to convince herself that Emmit is a wily and creative WorthyOpponent for her criminal skills, when he was just having the stamp's frame fixed.


* Irv's almost cartoonishly bad computer skills. He needs is secretary to tell him he needs to hit the enter key on a Google search, ''and'' show him where it is.

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* Irv's almost cartoonishly bad computer skills. He needs is his secretary to tell him he needs to hit the enter key on a Google search, ''and'' show him where it is.

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