Makes sense that Texas has a (sort of) sequel movie, having had six flags and all.
(via reddit)

People love maps, especially redditors like this guy who seem to make new and informative ones for the Internet every day. I'll give you a moment to look only at your state and think for a minute about whether they chose the right one.

Now, as I'm sure you're already jumping out of your seat to tell me, very little of Fargo takes place in North Dakota. However, Wikipedia only lists 12 films as taking place in North Dakota. The most recognizable of which (besides Fargo) was Leprechaun. So, Fargo gets a pass.

Sources: redditor Jakubisko