Oftentimes, game-changers come from people we don’t expect. These people aren’t the most bombastic or the type that want attention, but can be the quietest or most reflective. All it takes is one change to turn the normal into frantic or inhuman, as has been the case since Lorne Malvo came to Bemidji.
Is it better to walk away from a potentially dangerous situation, or face it head on, even if you don’t have to? For Lester Nygaard, the darker path is also the slimier one as he forces his way back into Lorne Malvo’s life. “A Fox, a Rabbit, and a Cabbage” isn’t as fast paced as previous episodes have been, but that doesn’t take away from the great dialogue and very tense situations. It’s all building up to what should be a satisfying finale.