How did season 2 episode 10 of Fargo, titled "Palindrome," get its title?
I’m not even sure that’s a thing a TV show could do, leastways across ten whole episodes. It would have [to] be frustratingly literal, for one thing. And it would provide a sort of pointless closure that doesn’t make for great narrative—no ambiguity, no change, just everyone stuck in the same limbo where they began, whether they realize or not.
Is it purely metaphorical, and if so how exactly? Or is there some palindromic word or pattern somewhere?