Spider-Man: Far From Home
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There was a lot to love this episode, namely that we finally understand Charles through his valuing of what must be done to win over anything else, especially emotions.
Just when we've joined the anti-Axe train, he goes and makes an especially good burn and back we are, in his good graces.
This episode is the Charles and Chuck fathers-and-sons tour de force we've been waiting for. It's done a LOT less hackily than these arcs often are.
Billions knows how to use time jumps and flashbacks better than most shows.
Lest anyone worry that Billions will run out of varieties of the rich and fatuous to skewer, "Hell Of A Ride" introduces us to Mike Birbiglia as "venture philanthropist" Oscar Langstraat.
While I could easily spend an entire review unpacking this one scene, that would do a disservice to the rest of the episode, which moves from strength to strength.