Mr. Robot Reviews

Mr. Robot Season 3 Episode 8 Review: Eps3.7_Dont-Delete-Me.Ko

Mr. Robot Review: We'll Be Okay

On Mr. Robot Season 3 Episode 8, Elliot finds himself in a dark place — until an unexpected encounter pulls him out of it. Read on for our review!
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Mr. Robot Season 3 Episode 6 Review: Eps3.5_Kill-Process.Inc

Mr. Robot Review: Another Life

On Mr. Robot Season 3 Episode 6, Elliot races to prevent the recovery building's destruction, while Darlene tries to help Dom. Read on for our review!
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Mr. Robot Season 3 Episode 3 Review: Eps3.2_Legacy.So

Mr. Robot Review: Bonsoir, Tyrell

On Mr. Robot Season 3 Episode 3, the show turns back the clock for an in-depth look at how Tyrell Wellick spent his time in hiding after the hack. Read on!
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Mr. Robot Season 2 Episode 10 Review: eps.2.8_h1dden-pr0cess.axx

Mr. Robot Review: Hidden Process

On Mr. Robot Season 2 Episode 10, Elliot faces off with Joanna Wellick, and Dom closes in on Cisco and Darlene just as the Dark Army attacks. Read on!
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Mr. Robot Season 2 Episode 8 Review: eps2.6_succ3ss0r.p12

Mr. Robot Review: Successor

On Mr. Robot Season 2 Episode 8, Darlene spirals out of control after an unexpected complication arises, while Mobley grows more paranoid. Read on!
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Mr. Robot Quotes

There's a saying -- 'The devil is at his strongest while we're looking the other way.' Like a program running in the background silently. While we're busy doing other shit. 'Daemons,' they call them. They perform action without user interaction. Monitoring, logging, notifications, primal urges, repressed memories, unconscious habits. They're always there, always active. You can try to be right, you can try to be good, you can try to make a difference. But it's all bullshit. 'Cause intentions are irrelevant. They don't drive us, daemons do. And me? I've got more than most.

Elliot

Krista: What is it about society that disappoints you so much?
Elliot: Oh, I don't know. Is it that we collectively thought Steve Jobs was a great man, even when we knew he made billions off the backs of children? Or maybe it's that it feels like all our heroes are counterfeit. The world itself's just one big hoax.