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Continued: It's back to 'Fargo,' don't ya know?

  • Article by: NEAL JUSTIN
  • Last update: April 12, 2014 - 1:19 PM

“I think the regionalness and the sort of stoicism is very important to both the drama and the humor,” he said. “But if we’re making fun of someone, it’s about the character, not the place they come from.”

Those are comforting words for Bemidji Mayor Rita Albrecht, who is optimistic that the fallout will bring more positives than negatives.

“It’s quite likely I’ll take offense at some of the sketches and stereotypes, but I’m trying to have a good sense of humor about it,” she said. “Besides, it gets Bemidji’s name out there. Any media attention is good.”

 

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