Fargo Season 2 Episode 4: "Fear and Trembling" Quotes
Kill the king, be the king. That's the world. If you're feeling sour about it, write a letter to Napoleon.Mob boss [to Otto]
Dodd: Gimme a chocolate glaze and--
Charlie: And an old-fashioned.
Dodd: An old--? An old-fashioned. [to injured man] C'mon, get some zip in ya. [cattle prods the man; to donut shop worker] It's on them.
Betsy: Am I getting the real drug or the fake drug?
Doctor: That I can't say. Shall I sign ya up?
Sonny: Listen I was in 'Nam, ya? Up there they called me Mad-dog. So you just-- you, uh, watch your--
Hanzee: Do you miss it?
Hanzee: The country. Y'know, the wet, the heat, the bugs. Do you miss it?
Sonny: God, no.
Hanzee: It's this quiet I can't get used to. This... frozen winter.
Sonny: Yeah, well... can't argue with you.
Hanzee: Did you work the tunnels? "Send the inyun," they'd say. "Who cares about booby traps? Give Hanzee a flashlight and a knife and send him down into the black echo." Moving through the earth like a rat. Killin' off Charlie, takin' his ears.
Hanzee: You gotta push their faces down in the earth so they don't scream and wake the others.
Simone: Y'know what depresses me? I missed the sixties. Free love. Drop acid. Woodstock. Wake up one day, decide you wanna call yourself Flower Rainblossom, you just call yourself Flower Rainblossom.
Mike: Yeah but the seventies were always coming like a... hangover. And you know what happened to Flower Rainblossom? She's on methadone in Bismarck. Turning tricks for breakfast meat.
Simone: I know, but at least I would've had fun. Be free. Like how you get to dream before you wake up.
Floyd: Maybe when you look at me, you see an old woman. And I am sixty-one. I've borne six children, had three miscarriages. Two of my sons are here today. Two were stillborn. My firstborn, Ellron, killed in Korea. Gook sniper took off half his head. The point is: don't assume just because I'm an old woman that my back is weak and my stomach's not strong. I make this counter because a deal is always better than war. But no mistake. We'll fight to keep what's ours till the last man.
Joe Bulo says hi.Mike Milligan [to Otto]
Lou: There's a look a boy gets when he's been shot or a landmine takes off his legs. And he's laying there in the mud, trying to get up. 'Cuz he doesn't feel it yet. His brain hasn't caught up with the reality which is, he's already dead
Peggy: Ed... he's scaring me.
Lou: But we see it. The rest of us. And we lie. We say, "Lay still. You're gonna be fine." If you'd been to war, you'd know the look. See, you and Peggy... you got the look. You still think it's Tuesday. You have no idea what's coming.
Lou: I think you got the real pill.
Betsy: Yeah? You hope or you think?
Lou: We're just out of balance.
Betsy: You and me?
Lou: Whole world. Used to know right from wrong. Moral center. Now... You should go in to bed. I'm gonna sit out here for a while. Make sure we're, I don't know... safe.