Scene change to St. Paul, where Molly is meeting with an old friend for dinner. Friend, "been meeting men on the internet." It's that scary? "Well from time to time you get a bad egg, like the one was a hairlip and one stole all my panties."
Fargo TV Show episode 10 - But why’s he sorry? Because Lorne Malvo approaches from behind and kills both men before approaching the owner. After taking some time to hide the bodies, Malvo enters Lester’s home and hears Lester frantically calling the police for help. He even goes as far to say that he’s in the bathroom, which has no lock on its door. Come on, Malvo, you’re smarter than this.
Fargo TV Show episode 9 - Lester had become a changed man. He had a woman who loved him, supportive friends and his own business. He had it all and I feel the point of his encounter with Malvo was to prove just how much of a new man he had become. Malvo tests Lester because he knows that Lester is insecure enough to take the bait. For Lester to continue down the right path, all he had to do was walk away.
Fargoepisode 8 - That evening, we see that Molly still has her crime web and spots an article about Malvo’s killing spree that we watched play out in the last episode. She calls the FBI, something we learn she’s done a lot, about the syndicate massacre, but the investigations were dismissed since there’s no new information. The man on the phone says he’ll put a note on it this time, but Molly shouldn’t expect someone to call her back. You know, they’re busy with all this Patriot Act…
Fargo TV Show episode 8 - When the two meet, Bill admits his drifter theory was way off now that Chaz has been caught. Problem is, as Molly states, he’s still wrong since it doesn’t make sense for Chaz to be guilty.
Fargo TV Show episode 8 - Molly heads home and as she makes her way into bed, Gus overhears her say that they’re doing well. They have everything they need. There’s real uncertainty in Molly’s voice. As she watches an old movie on TV.