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"EPS3.1_UNDO.GZ" delivers a poignant, chilling episode that keeps momentum building for the third season.
It was a good chapter in the story, but not destined to be a standout favorite.
As "Eps3.1_undo.gz" unfolds, it begins to look like the only person truly in control of anything is Joanna Wellick.
All of this somewhat repetitive psychodrama takes a back seat for a change.
People can't be definitively controlled, not forever. Their own desires, vulnerabilities and emotions make them potential bugs in any system... That was repeatedly apparent in Wednesday's thrilling, poignant and occasionally horrifying episode.
I definitely watch Mr. Robot for the characters rather than the big-picture plot, and I'm finding it extremely hard to care about the political maneuvering between Price and Whiterose and the UN.
It's probably the horror nerd in me talking, but you've got to admire when what was once just a well-regarded cyberthriller with political overtones does something as confrontationally repulsive as this.
These last two episodes of "Mr. Robot" both helped to propel the plot forward and filled-in-the-blanks about the past in a way that helped things make that much more sense...
We all want our beloved TV show, Mr. Robot, to save the world-or at least change it. So far, it's like the most inventive liar on late night-unconventional, but in unconventional in the most conventional way.
Just two episodes into season 3, Mr. Robot seems to be morphing into something far different from what we expected.
It never ceases to amaze me just how much this show can accomplish in only an hour.
This episode was tense, unpredictable, and made me question if I even really know who Elliot is and what his motives truly are.