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Beyond the nuts and bolts, it's a treat watching the characters on the show continue to grow and develop.
We've never seen this on such a mainstream show before, and it's exciting.
I will never doubt Billions again. This week's episode, "Flaw in the Death Star," not only has the pettiest, most bonkers feud...but a totally unexpected coupling, and a ridiculous amount of imaginary flashbacks.
There's a lot of other storylines swirling around, too. It's difficult to tell what will become of them, and because of that there's a good chunk of "Fault in the Death Star" that feels like setup for events later on.
What a gift. What a treasure. This one was going straight out to the fans, and I loved every minute of it. I barely know where to start.
Even when the major sluggers are riding the pine, as Chuck and Axe are for the most part this week, Billions has enough talented utility players to run up the score.
It's a welcome showcase for the comedic talents of actors Stephen Kunken and Kelly AuCoin as Spyros and Dollar Bill, both of whom are delightfully insufferable.