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    this last episode was SO dark and intense. i loved it.

    also:
    i'm REALLY starting to think that the "other one," as in the other personality, is the viewer, like @richardp said.
    Mr. Robot said something about Eliot's behavior, and how none of us did anything about it- that we just watched him do it. He seemed to be including US, or ME, or whatever.
    i can't wait for the mindfuckery i'm expecting to come out of the end of this thing.

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    Wow! That was a deeply emotional episode!

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    yeah, that was fucking ROOOOUGH, all the way through.

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    I'm still crying.

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    If any episode of Mr Robot ever deserved a writing award, this was it. Jesus fucking Christ. I can’t imagine how intense the vibe must have been on set while filming that entire episode. Incredible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richardp View Post
    If any episode of Mr Robot ever deserved a writing award, this was it. Jesus fucking Christ. I can’t imagine how intense the vibe must have been on set while filming that entire episode. Incredible.
    i'm just utterly stunned, and, still thinking about the episode.
    the writing was incredible, yes, but the acting was mind blowing too- the performance from the guy who plays Vera was insane.

    This show continues to pull off amazing feats. The way this one was structured (like a play, in acts, moving from set to set in the same small location,) is SO inventive. I guess it aired with no commercial breaks. there was no subplot. all of this served to create stellar levels of intensity and tension and emotional weight.

    i feel like this episode was nothing short of a masterpiece. I look forward to Esmail's upcoming projects.

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    Oh man that was incredible. This is one for the books. Gotta let that sink.

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    I read that everyone other than the 3 actors and Sam had to leaving the room when they did the script read through for this.

    Amazing episode.

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    Last night's reveal really makes you look at the entire series differently.

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    Fuck, I can’t wait to watch now. I’ve been so afraid that this show will jump the shark one day, and it keeps on surprising me. Downloading now!

    Sincerely still hoping Esmail is involved with the adaptation of my favorite podcast, Alice Isn’t Dead.

    Edit: I am caught up now. This show is solid gold. Everything changes. AGAIN.
    Last edited by ImTheWiseJanitor; Yesterday at 11:04 PM.

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