My friend profoundly hates “The Red Wheelbarrow” by William Carlos Williams. She’s a wonderfully pragmatic person and something about the poem, endlessly interpreted in high schools across the country, rankles her. “I also hate his poem about plums and the refrigerator,” she told me when I texted her to reconfirm her…
The number one question I get asked about Mr. Robot isn’t “do you think Tyrell Wellick is dead?” or “What is Phase 2?” It’s “should I catch up, or just wait until it’s on Netflix?” This episode provides that answer in an hour of drama that shifts between reality and dream with every thrum of the background music.
This week’s episode of Mr. Robot hinted at what really happened to those missing characters, brought the FBI that much closer to the truth, and had an explosive ending... at least for one character’s head.
Last night Mr. Robot finally let Elliot back onto the playground with the rest of the kids, but between his prison stint and his psychological issues Elliot quickly realized his world is more off the rails than he thought.
Hello, friend. I want you to know I nearly gave up on you. Apart from a few explosive moments of entertainment your latest season has been a bit of a slog. Not boring—you could never be boring—but you could be tedious and aggravating and inappropriately indulgent.
The latter half of last night’s episode of Mr. Robot was as taut a thriller as the show has ever done. But the first half was a descent into a late ‘80s/early ‘90s sitcom that was as bizarre as it was amusing.
Hot damn! After a couple of weeks of dull slogs and tedious jaunts into the waaaaacky world of Elliot and friends, Mr. Robot is back on track. This shit just got real good.
Did you know Elliot is insane? He is very, very insane. Let us wallow in the insanity of the man who wears the masks of many. I swear to God by the end of this episode I was half convinced the finale will be an homage to St. Elsewhere’s fuckery. Just Elliot and his snow globe full of the voices in his mind.
Hello again friend. The first season of Mr. Robot left audiences with a lot of questions, but it also left civilization on the cusp of revolution. FSociety had struck a major blow to Evil Corp and the whole financial world was on the brink of collapse. But in last night’s season two premiere, we learned that…
The latest episode of USA’s cyberpunk drama Mr. Robot continues to show realistic ways hackers can ruin people’s lives—or save them from diabolical corporations, depending on how you look at it. Learn more in our spoiler-filled recap.