Fargo season 2
Fargo season 2 is a new story that begins in 1979, 27 years before the events of the season 1. The plot revolves around Lou Solverson, a State Police Officer and a devoted husband and father, who returned from Vietnam, where he fought in the ranks of the Marine Corps. Together with his father-in-law and the sheriff Hank Larsson, he investigates the crime of mafia. But they can't focus on the case, because the the presidential election campaign of Ronald Reagan covers their native Minnesota. Lou Solverson should take part in the protection of the future president.
In 1979, an unexpected turn of events at a diner disrupts the lives of the citizens in a small Minnesota town.
The Gerhardts get a surprising offer, and two unlikely murderers do their best to clean up their mess.
The Gerhardts' search for Rye intensifies. Lou takes a trip to Fargo. Peggy overhears a new theory about the Waffle Hut shooter.
Floyd responds to Kansas City’s proposal, Hanzee takes a road trip, and Lou has a realization.
Floyd takes action, and Charlie tries to prove himself. Peggy and Ed disagree about what to do next, while Lou finds himself sidelined during Ronald Reagan’s campaign tour.
Lou and Hank try to prevent an altercation, Peggy and Ed defend their choices and the Gerhardt clan attempts to get back one of their own.
Lou and Hank investigate in Fargo, The King of Breakfast visits Betsy and Molly, Floyd is summoned away and Bear questions a family member’s loyalty.
Hanzee searches for Peggy and Ed. Dodd ends up in unfamiliar territory.
Peggy and Ed agree to follow through with their plan at the Motor Motel, Lou faces jurisdictional politics and Hanzee reports back to the Gerhardts.
Peggy and Ed make a run for it.