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"Mr. Robot" has always been at its best when engaging in high risk, high reward maneuvers. Asking the audience to wrestle with something this horrific right at the root of the show is asking a lot. I wish more shows had this courage.
The series has earned this moment of bone-deep tragedy and it hits precisely because it makes emotional and logical sense. Something that traumatic would necessarily precipitate a long-term dissociative episode.
Let me tell you, this final season of Mr. Robot is relentless. It just keeps packing the punches, both in terms of storytelling and stylistic choices.
[T]his is one of the finest episodes of television ever delivered by the series, and one of the most potent and profound statements of purpose Esmail could ever deliver.
Wow. Just, wow. One of the most emotional episodes of TV this year, probably the last decade.
If there was ever an episode that defined a series, Mr. Robot just gave it to us.
Trust Sam Esmail to make an installment set in an apartment one of the most visually stunning works of the year.
In a season that hasn't given Slater much to do so far, he's also a standout here.