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Keep an eye (ahem) on those profoundly expressive eyes: They just might get an Emmy one of these days.
"eps1.9_zer0-day.avi" - gotta love the commitment to detail! - was a strong and thrilling conclusion to an outrageously successful season of television.
The nature of reality, at least in our digital age, was one of the concerns of this season's finale.
Unafraid to leave the audience feeling as disoriented as its troubled hero, Mr. Robot didn't provide a whole lot of answers.
The opening scene between Krista and Mike/Lenny is so good, as all the title scenes have been this season.
It was a spotty hour-plus of television, and truth be told, it won't stand as one of our favorite episodes of this season, but it was anchored by yet another great performance from Rami Malek...
Mr. Robot closed out its first season on Wednesday night with a finale that did not back away from the high-stakes bet it placed at the beginning of the series.
As compelling, curious, and captivating an episode as one would expect from a series that has increasingly managed to be all of the above.
By the time the finale rolled around, there was nothing else to predict, and that made the show narratively unstoppable.
Mr. Robot obeys its own logic, and against the odds, the finale was a beautiful piece of television, and a satisfying conclusion to one of the most exciting seasons in recent memory.