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There's violence and plenty more of it in the final two episodes of "Fargo" season 2. The crime thriller has explored different facets of violence- mental, physical and amateur to depict the consequences that result from aggression. If the Blumquists are your average Midwestern couple, they are no longer defined by their middle class ambitions. Peggy (Kirsten Dunst) in particular has embraced violence as a weapon of self-protection and is delirious with the power it gives her. However, in the latest episode, the Blumquists are forced to wake up to reality.

In the promo for "Fargo" Season 2 Episode 9 titled "The Castle," the Blumquists are arrested finally. Hank Larsson (Ted Danson) joins a team of cops in Sioux as they talk to Ed (Jesse Plemons) and Peggy, who are tied to chairs. Their arrest hints at a climax of sorts. In the upcoming episode, the Gerhardts and the Kansas City Mafia are perhaps forced to talk and end the cycle of violence.

After killing the man he works for, Hanzee gets back in touch with the Gerhardts. He talks to Floyd (Jean Smart) and reveals crucial information to her. In the promo, the matriarch of the Gerhardts talks to her late son, Dodd's (Jeffrey Donovan) right hand man, Hanzee and says, "I'll do this myself."

Elsewhere in the two minute clip, Mike Milligan (Bokeem Woodbine) looks intimidating as he sits in the backseat of a car and points a gun to the driver's head. Although we can't verify who will be Mike's victim, we can predict that the mercenary is at his most defensive state.

"Fargo" Season 2 Episode 9's synopsis reads:

Peggy and Ed follow their plan at the Motor Motel; Lou faces jurisdictional politics; and Hanzee reports to the Gerhardts.

"Fargo" Season 2 Episode 9 titled "The Castle" airs on Monday, 7 December at 10pm on FX. You can live stream the show here.

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