After last episode’s violent double cliffhangers, Mr. Robot really throws us a curveball this time. Esmail opens this episode in a way that will most likely divide the fanbase. Once the “previously on” part rolls, a retro early 90’s intro segues into a transformed Mr.
At last, our dark knight rises and puts his cyber-sword back to good use. Elliot is back in front of a computer terminal hacking the night away. And damn, I really didn’t realize how much I missed the hacking theme music from season one until
Once again, we are greeted with a flashback set immediately before the events of last season. We see Elliot back in his old apartment. This time, when there’s a knock on the door, we actually get to see who it is. The unexpected visitor is
This week on Mr. Robot we start off with a flashback. We see Mobley getting his house hunter on. He’s looking to buy a property while strolling on the Coney Island boardwalk with an old friend. Hacker and co-conspirator Romero—who was a major player with
Mr. Robot is back following the brief intermission. We accompany CTO Scott Knowles on his stroll in the park to drop off the cash as ordered by fsociety. The solemn tunes of Phil Collins’ “Take Me Home” play in the background. (BTW, the song is
When a show’s first season manages to captivate viewers and critics alike as did Mr. Robot last summer, the creators are faced with the monumental task of avoiding a sophomore slump. Can this hacker drama move forward compellingly while staying true to its essence? Will