Minnesota Celeb Watch: The Tornado From ‘A Serious Man’ And The Woodchipper From ‘Fargo’ Were Just Spotted Canoodling

Original photo by Justin Hodgman and Fargo-Moorhead CVB

It looks like love is in the air! And that air is spinning at upwards of 150 miles per hour and barreling down the beautiful Santa Monica Pier!

Minnesota’s brightest and most beloved stars—the category 5 tornado featured in the closing moments of the Coen brother’s darkly comic 2009 film “A Serious Man” and the woodchipper used to dispose of Steve Buscemi’s body in the aforementioned brothers’ 1996 masterpiece “Fargo”—were spotted getting close and comfortable today and from the looks of it, things are getting pretty serious!

TMZ paparazzi caught the two lovebirds enjoying a nice day at the beach in Santa Monica, building and then violently destroying a sandcastle, sucking up hundreds of ice cream cones from a terrified vendor, and wading into the ocean picking up some dolphins and immediately turning them into a fine paste. Cute!

Apparently, the tornado picked up the woodchipper at its home – the Fargo-Moorehead Visitors Center – and the two then took a leisurely 1,700 mile-long stroll together down to California, stopping at some goofy roadside attractions. And they say chivalry is dead!

The woodchopper even posted a few pics on Insta with the new boo including one of the two stars next to the world’s largest Jackalope statue in Douglas, Wyoming with the caption: “the jackalope might be a myth but this connection is #real”. Awww! 

At press time, the romantic rendezvous had killed 342, maimed at least 12,000 and caused $700 million in damages.