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I have no doubt we're in for a cliffhanger finish leaving much of this unresolved.
There are many ways to appreciate the brilliance of Emmy-winner Paul Giamatti, but the subtle changes he imbues in his Chuck Pats over the course of three seasons needs to be examined by the next generation of actors.
"Kompenso" is a reminder of why we watch Billions in the first place. This narratively tight episode, which takes place over the course of three days, showcases the personalities, complexes, hangups, and aspirations of main characters in all their glory.
The unconventional rhythm of this year's arcs has resulted in some strong payoffs, but the fuse should be hitting the powder kegs now instead of slowly sizzling along. How can there only be one hour left?
The show never settles for satisfying when spectacular will do.
Do you know why Billions is such a great show? There's a ton of reasons, but one of them is the show's ability to swing between ridiculous and tense in a matter of moments.
I shouldn't have doubted, because Billions just geared up with a roar for these last few episodes of the season. I'm impressed, I'm happy; let's get into it.