"Plemons isn’t given much to do; this is Palicki’s moment to shine (and shine she does). But it’s impossible to forget Landry’s presence here. His quiet listening, attentive, welling eyes, and subtle reassurance are powerful in their own right. Plemons has plenty of great showcases of his own throughout the series (whatever one thinks of season two’s ridiculous twist, Plemons absolutely kills throughout the plot), but this performance highlights how minute of a job he can be given without losing any sense of grace. He’s not a flashy actor, about as far from that as one can get, but Jesse Plemons may secretly be of the best actors of our generation."
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