Ozark season 4, is now ready for its grand release. Fans already know the basics of the story. But there are still doubts. Fans noticed a plot hole in Marty’s struggle to wash away money. Fans noticed some serious flaws in Marty’s story when it comes to laundering money. Fans were left with many questions following the release of the final season.
Ozark Season 4 is the final season is on its way
The series is about Marty Byrde who lives a life full of crime and darkness. Marty is played in the series by Jason Bateman. It is currently available on Netflix. Marty’s life was complicated by his involvement with the drug dealers. Marty’s way of handling his money has been a source of fascination for fans.
What’s in the story?
Ozark Season 1 (where the story starts) is darker. Marty got into serious trouble. He signed a fatal deal with members of the cartel drug dealers. When the whole money laundering scheme went down, Marty was scared that one of his associates would die. Marty agreed to clean PS500 million as compensation to save his life in five years.
Marty moved with his family from Chicago to the Missouri Ozarks. He believed Ozark would be a better place to live and offer less competition to his business. He made a team, along with Ruth Longmore from the area, to help him in his business.
A hole in the storyline
Marty made few arrangements that would allow his business to launder the cash. One of them was a club for strippers. Later, he also owned Blue Cat Lodge Lakeside Inn. Later, blue cat Lodge was his front business.
Ozark fans marked Marty’s Hole when he received an order for a new carpet in the frontline of his business. This happens in episode 6.
One fan complained that the plot was confusing. He marked how Marty spent his time at the resort. He ended up getting more carpets than he needed. The plot was complicated for the fans. Fans don’t fully understand his cleaning method. Soon, the finale episode will be released.