Fargo isn’t a show that should be so passively watched that it requires hand holding in the form of that sort of device. It’s a show that has episode titles based on classic paradoxes and parables, where afterward we want to figure out the relevance. The pilot is called “The Crocodile’s Dilemma,” which is also an Ancient Greek story involving a crocodile with a riddle for the father of a boy he’s kidnapped. This episode comes from the name of a Jewish mashal involving a prince who has gone crazy, thinking himself to be a rooster. Why are both titles about sons? Does it have anything to do with the various sons in the show? There’s Hess’s two boys, Lester’s brother’s kid and now the son of the Supermarket King, which would indicate he’s the Supermarket Prince. Are we meant to think this minor character is actually significant enough to have this episode named in reference to him?