Is Elliot lost inside a (lucid) dream? Are our dreams real? This is my post attempting to explain the surreality of the Mr. Robot universe through the lens of Lucid Dreaming. Enjoy!Read More
Predicting Robot is my series suggesting the possibilities for Season 3 of Mr. Robot. Today I am talking about the Emmy snubs and reflecting on my "Dr. Strangelove Theory" of Mr. Robot from earlier this year.Read More
These are my reflections on Sam Esmail's excellent recent interview with Donna Marie Miller in Creative Screenwriter magazine. Enjoy!Read More
My deep dive into Red Wheelbarrow, the companion book to Season 2 of Mr. Robot is finally coming to an end.
Today's entry deals with what I learned about Elliot, what happens to Carla Leon and Santos, and what's coming next for "Who Is Mr. Robot's Landlord."
Hard to believe this is the end, but thanks so much for reading!Read More
Okay, this is the 14th entry of my deep dive into the Mr. Robot companion book Red Wheelbarrow.
In this entry, Elliot tries to use Carla and Leon to fend off his own worst instincts and also has dreams about Angela going too high on a very dangerous swingset.
A theory I have been working on to explain all of the Back to the Future references as well as the "meeting" between Angela Moss and Whiterose in Season 2.
It was originally posted (by me) on Reddit, but I wanted people to be able to check it out here as well.
Part Ten of my ongoing deep-dive into the Mr. Robot companion book Red Wheelbarrow.
Today I am talking about Elliot's efforts to move from living inside his head to authentically connecting with the people outside of his head. Oh, also about the new Rule 41 Warrant expansion.
This is part 9 of my deep-dive into the Mr. Robot companion book Red Wheelbarrow.
Today we cover why Elliot might be narcissistic, why Carla might be better off without Elliot's help, and why sometimes it is better to bury your words.
This is part 5 of my series taking a deep dive into the companion book to Mr. Robot "Red Wheelbarrow."
This week we meet Gus the Polar Bear and Leo Tolstoy.and revisit Carla and the rest of our new friends.
Here is part 4 of my series Tales From a Red Wheelbarrow.
This time we talk lucid dreams, the importance of Mike Piazza, and the enduring appeal of Kevin Costner (all within the context of Mr. Robot of course).
This is my long-promised post answering the season-long and ongoing criticism of Mr. Robot by critic Matt Zoller Seitz (Vulture).
As promised, this is my post about Sam Esmail, Mr. Robot, and David Lynch with the assistance of the late great David Foster Wallace (RIP).
I hope to write at least one more post about Mr. Robot Season 2 before I put the season to bed for good.
Binge-Watch Season 2 of USA Network's hit show "Mr. Robot" (as you prepare for Season 3) with the most in-depth companion pieces on the web.Read More
This is my recap of S2E eps 2.9_pyth0n-pt2.p7z
On this episode Elliot realizes an uncomfortable truth, Darlene sees herself in pictures, and many theories are debunked.
Sadly, this is the end of our Season 2 journey friends. Who is Mr. Robot's Landlord? Is done until next Fall. Thanks so much for all the support.
Still several episodes of Halt and Catch Fire to go and soon you will see my recaps of The Flash and Luke Cage.Read More
Mr. Robot eps 2.9_pyth0n-pt1.p7z
My recap of one of the most interesting and challenging episodes of #Mr. Robot ever filmed.
On this episode, Angela meets the commodore, old friends return, cab drivers are confused, and Elliot negotiates his handshake agreements
This is my recap of eps 2.8_h1dden-pr0cesses.axx
It could have been called "things fall apart" because everyone that Elliot cares about is put at risk during this episode. But, in fairness, there was a kiss.
Sometimes, Mr. Robot seems like a meticulously designed set of nesting boxes. Expose the truth of one size box and it reveals only the smaller box beneath.
To me, this is one of the joys of watching this constantly challenging show. This week many nesting boxes were lifted, here is my take on what that lifting has revealed.