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Did You Do This? No, You Did It! 

The police bring in Floyd for questioning, in an attempt to make her talk. Bear goes on a ride with Simone. Karl keeps an eye on Lou's family.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Peggy Blumquist (credit only)
Ed Blumquist
Karl Weathers


The police bring in Floyd for questioning, in an attempt to make her talk. Bear goes on a ride with Simone. Karl keeps an eye on Lou's family.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller





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23 November 2015 (USA)  »

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This is the only episode in season 2 in which Kirsten Dunst (top billed cast member) doesn't appear. See more »


When Simone is parking her car at the hotel, you can see that her 1979 Chevrolet is equipped with a third brake light on the back deck. These lights were not required before 1986. See more »


Betsy Solverson: [Telling Karl about Lou after her death] Tell him, if he needs to get married again, it's okay... Just not Rhonda Knutson. Her eyes are too small. They're too close together or somethin'.
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References Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom (1963) See more »


Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)
Written by Mickey Newbury
Performed by White Denim
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24 November 2015 | by See all my reviews

Coming off of last weeks eventful episode, we got a bit of a slower week, but I think it was needed. It felt like an in between episode so that we can process what has happened before and prepare for what's coming. Once again, the writers, director, and actors all nailed it.

No Dodd and barely any Blumquist's scenes meant more of Floyd and Bear Gerhardt. While I really liked the episode as a whole, I don't find those characters to be as interesting as the others that took a backseat this week. Floyd was taken in by the police and ended up cutting some sort of deal that would help both sides in their fight against the Kansas City mob and Mike Milligan. It was interesting to see that as soon as Floyd said the word 'snitch' to the cops, we cut to Simone, the real snitch of the family.

Simone took some heat this week from Bear to say the least. In all the brutality that this show brings to the table, the scene with Bear and Simone in the forest is about as unapologetic as the show can get. We also got some great quiet moments between Lou and Mike. If I remember correctly, that's the first real confrontation they have had this season? I could be wrong. I also found it interesting but also confusing when Betsy went to her father's house to feed the cats and nearly passed out after seeing all the crazy signs on the walls. Perhaps I'm missing something there. Anyways, another solid entry for what is one of the best shows on television right now.

+Milligan taking down undertaker

+Calm but intense episode

+Brutal forest scene

-Focus on uninteresting Gerhardt characters


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