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Nonconsensual sexism, at least according to this viewer, is a line Billions just crossed.
It was a strong finish to a strong season, and as such, we maintain a buy rating on the show, and can not wait to see what is in store next season for the recap and Billions!
Forgive me while I catch my breath. After watching the season 3 finale of Billions, I feel like I ran a 5K and beat my record - I'm sweaty and exhilarated.
"Elmsley Count" lived up to its name-there were several moments when I made involuntary, somewhat inhuman squeals over truly shocking narrative twists.
I'll be honest: This was a real mixed bag for me! It's a good episode (they're all good episodes!) but as big Billions reveals go, "Elmsley Count" lacked the enjoyable punch.
What a way to cap a season in which this ruthlessly entertaining and intelligent show, so gimlet-eyed about the corrupting influence of power and so deft at depicting its argot and appeal, finally brought in the buzz it has long deserved.
The entirety of "Elmsley Count" is astonishingly propulsive. From the get-go, the episode puts the pedal to the floor and doesn't let up.
[It] stitches two separate season finales together, until its concluding moments when the promise of the fragile alliance hinted at weeks ago finally pays off.