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One massive goal may have been achieved here, but there's still a very uncertain future unraveling before them.
What a fun hour of television! For all the lines of code the characters stare at, and for all the hacker jargon that gets thrown around, the plot is actually very simple.
While the type of circular dialogue and obfuscating language employed in the first scene represent Mr. Robot at its worst, they do present one last mystery for Elliot. There's still "the other one" out there.
Plot-wise, "Conflict" is bracingly straightforward, certainly among the simpler installments the show has ever done.
"409 Conflict" is reminiscent of a clever heist movie with its thrilling score, dynamic game plan, and a chessboard brimming with skilled players spread out across the vast landscape of New York City.
This episode may well be one of the show's best, and that's saying something. Mr. Robot Season 4 has been remarkable.
After nearly a half dozen episodes of Mr. Robot Season 4 spinning in place, "Conflict" finally gives us the promised showdown between Elliot and Whiterose that we've all been waiting for.