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Palindrome 

In the events following the motel massacre, Hanzee goes after Ed and Peggy.

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In the events following the motel massacre, Hanzee goes after Ed and Peggy.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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14 December 2015 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Betsy's, "That night I had a dream" monologue is a direct nod to Nick Cage's, "That night I had a dream" monologue from Raising Arizona. See more »

Goofs

Kansas City corporate mentions signing up for a 401(k). Although that section of the code was enacted in 1978, the first 401(k) savings plan was introduced by the Johnson Companies in 1980. See more »

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Ed Blumquist: You're always trying to fix everything, but sometimes nothing's broken. Everything's working just fine. If you can't see that, if you don't know that...
Peggy Blumquist: Ed...
Ed Blumquist: I love ya. I do. All I'm ever gonna want is to get back to what we had.
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References Raising Arizona (1987) See more »

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The Woman in Your Life
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Performed by Alix Dobkin
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Unfinished Business
2 April 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A peculiar ending, this.

The episode prior to this had factions being wiped out, fugitives on the run and all sorts of unanswered questions lying around. And for the most part, 'Palindrome' answers those, at least where it counts; but it sure has a funny way of going about it. There really are no rug-pulls here, and everything feels like it's attended to properly. In that respect, this is a perfect ending, even with a cynical streak. I love that Mike survived the Motel massacre only to be promoted into corporate imprisonment.

Getting right down to it, this is the show's idea of a happy ending; where the resolution arrives neatly packaged without cloying sentiment. The right people survived the shootout, the bad ones are appropriately punished, and life carries on. It's appropriate for this season, which is honestly one of the finest stretches of television I've ever witnessed. The level of quality is maintained, it's honest, and worthwhile in every respect.

9/10


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