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Yet, those all feel like minor missteps whenever Mr. Robot returns to Elliot, who's forced to face his own monstrosity even if he defers the subsequent emotions.
This show is at its best when it deals honestly with the messy give-and-take of capitalist exchange, and here, both Elliot and Olivia get in their digs.
I'm really starting to think that Sam Esmail and company might follow through and deliver a truly bleak ending to this show.
Across the board, the cast - Rami Malek, Carly Chaikin, Grace Gummer, Gloria Reuben, Dominik García - are doing phenomenal work with characters who are close to the edge of despair, if they haven't tipped over already.
Yet another intense episode! Great to see the differences between hero and villain in the post-modern era.
Mr. Robot gives us a seemingly flawless episode yet again.
"Not Acceptable" was the slowest episode of the season. It wasn't bad, but there were many plots that felt too convenient to take seriously.
"Not Acceptable" is the first Mr. Robot installment in a long time that reminds us that Elliot's mission can and does involve deeply questionable moral choices.