*Comedy Central duo Key & Peele – Michael Key and Jordan Peele – have been tapped for a four-episode guest arc on FX’s first limited series, “Fargo,” based on the 1996 and executive produced by the film’s directors, Joel and Ethan Coen.
Key & Peele will appear in the final four episodes of the 10-episode series, reports Deadline.com.
FX’s “Fargo” features an all-new true crime story, with the series following a new case and new characters. Key and Peele will play FBI partners Webb Pepper (Peele) and Bill Budge (Key), who, after a violent run-in with Lorne Malvo (Billy Bob Thornton), become obsessed with finding him again.
Billy Bob Thornton of ’Fargo’ speaks onstage during the FX portion of the 2014 Television Critics Association Press Tour at the Langham Hotel on January 14, 2014 in Pasadena, California
*During a TCA panel Tuesday for his new FX series “Fargo,” Billy Bob Thornton couldn’t resist mentioning Kanye West’s latest headline-grabbing incident while making a point about celebrity.
Thornton plays a creepy bad guy named Lorne Malvo in the series, which has a new case and new characters, but retains all of the charm, accents and small town quirkiness from the Coen Bros’ 1996 classic.
Asked if he was actively pursuing a television role, Thornton conceded that the quality of work on the small screen has surpassed that of feature films, citing “Boardwalk Empire,” “The Sopranos” and “The Wire” as examples.
T-shirts are now available to support, Donna of Fargo, North Dakota, in her quest to get those darn deer crossing signs removed.
*If America had a random state administered IQ test in North Dakota, one woman would bring the Guinness Book of World Records out of the woodwork.
They wouldn’t know whether to give her the gold for the most confused or lowest IQ on record for an allegedly mentally stable person.
Originally, I was going to say that this woman’s GED needs to be confirmed, but it’s clear that she couldn’t have possibly passed that test.
A woman named Donna of Fargo, North Dakota, called Y94 Playhouse radio station to see if they could help her to get rid of deer crossing signs in her area and have them moved