In this photo taken Sept. 25, 2003, Fargo Theatre executive director Margie Bailly looks on while Logan Kling of Fargo does his best to consume a roast beef sandwich during an eating co

 

              In this photo taken Sept. 25, 2003, Fargo Theatre executive director Margie Bailly looks on while Logan Kling of Fargo does his best to consume a roast beef sandwich during an eating co
In this photo taken Sept. 25, 2003, Fargo Theatre executive director Margie Bailly looks on while Logan Kling of Fargo does his best to consume a roast beef sandwich during an eating contest held outside the theater in Fargo, N.D. When the movie Fargo debuted in 1996, many residents in the North Dakota city were not fans of the film’s dark humor, not to mention the heavy accents. But the fame and cash from the movie eventually brought many Fargo residents around. Now, 16 years later, Fargo awaits the debut of a new cable television show by the same name. And many residents are less apprehensive about how their hometown will be portrayed this time around. (AP Photo/The Forum, Darren Gibbins)