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Mr. Robot | Season 3, Episode 9 Recap

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Mr. Robot | Season 3, Episode 9 Recap


Forget Stage Two. Heck, forget Stage Three. This week, it’s all about STAGE THREE LIVE: ON ICE!

Okay, no ice, but Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) and Antonio Mazzaro (@acmazzaro) are together in person as they recap the latest episode of Mr. Robot season three. In their face-to-face discussion of the season’s penultimate episode, Josh and Antonio break down Elliot’s new plan of attack, the long anticipated DDDP scene, Angela’s continued descent into madness, Josh’s least favorite line of the season, and more.
Josh and Antonio will be back next week with their recap of the Mr. Robot season three finale.
  • Whispering Chrissy

    I would just like to say thanks to Josh and Antonio for the great discussions throughout the season. Cannot wait for the finale.

    Happy Holidays, everyone!

    • TrentC

      Seconded, Josh and Antonio do a great job helping me understand some of the events on Mr Robot.

      Watching Angela go from Zero to Bag Lady in under a month was heartbreaking. Portia Doubleday is the queen of eye acting. Prior to Stage two I was going to comment on how she has the guiltiest look on the planet whenever she’s doing something wrong. I hope Elliot can pull her back from this.

  • Nina Spång

    Great podcast as always, but THIS week it was AMAZING.. If Icould submit a Wanda-song for this episode and podcast I would, but my singing voice is (like our beloved son, Mobley) so, so, so dead 🙁

  • Thanks for reading my (Bart’s) question. Great podcast as always!

  • homertownie

    I have tried to restart watching this show, after stopping in the middle of the second season. But it still is just as bad as when I left. Great start in the first season, but you can’t go huge (save the world!) and stay small (still on NYC subways with delusions) very long.

    In my opinion, showing scenes and hiding they are dream sequences from the viewer is very very very cheap story telling, and doing it a lot is just disgusting. If you have a good story, tell it, but cheap story devices just admits the director doesn’t have a good story that holds together.

    I am not surprised this series flamed out on broad scale viewing — it had a few great ideas that just didn’t go anywhere, and worse, they kept up with cheap story devices.