Near the end of the last episode of Fargo, the car salesman pleads for his life, telling Malvo that he has a little girl at home.

Does he make it? The show doesn't explicitly show the outcome either way.


When Lester looked out the window for Malvo after the bathroom/bear trap incident, both cars were gone. I think this implies that Malvo did let the car salesman go.

Why did he do this? Hardly out of compassion. I just think it helped illustrate the way Malvo thought. He wasn't just a bomb, leaving death and sadness wherever it happened to land, but instead a sniper that picked and chose who he wanted to kill. It was always HIS choice who died because of him.

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