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Adam Scott physically trying to make his eyes kind

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Dude, what in thee fuck is going on? arent answers supposed to get revealed throughout the episodes? why is this show getting more and more confusing? lol

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This episode was confusing af. And not in an enjoyable way.

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So one of the companies many manipulations to control and segregate departments is having there be rumours about the violence committed when they were allowed to integrate. Very dark, very smart.

Also I liked that Dylan's objection to Irving being sweet on Burt was purely his dept and nothing else. Just as it should be

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84 | The writers' decision to make Milchick forget about Ricken's book was risky writing. It made Milchick seem unprofessional at his job and made him less terrifying. But that was probably the only way to make the characters in MDR developed to notice something suspicious about the office where they work. Since Aoife McArdle direct the episode, Severance started to reveal answers piece by piece. The new fact that the characters had made us more believe in the rumor around the Lumon company. In the next episode, there is a possibility a bigger conflict would happen.

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Rating: 83.42

Plot

P1: 1.5
P2: 1.6
P3: 1.7
P4: 1.8

Director: Aoife McArdle

Favorite Characters

1.4: Zach Cherry as Dylan
1.3: Adam Scott as Mark
1.3: Britt Lower as Helly
1.3: John Turturro as Irving
1.2: Dichen Lachman as Ms. Casey
1.2: Jen Tullock as Devon

Written by Kornelius Harda Wicaksana

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I for one like slow burns

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I still have no idea where they are going with this. I wish they'd go just a bit faster

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Becoming more confusing with every episode and more enjoyable. The cast is really strong and makes the incongruences work. And of course there is Christopher Walken!

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This episode was good... Not great, but good.

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This show is blowing my mind :exploding_head:

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what is wrong with Apple TV you guys can't make a normal show WTF

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Looks like an episode from Black Mirror but more confusing

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What do these people do in the company? I guess it mimics real life at work bc half the time I don’t know what my work does and how I contribute. I just keep processing macro data.

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I enjoy this mystery and the character interaction and don't mind that it's a slow burner as the mystery is becoming secondary for me. I am a little disappointed in the ricken character as he is too weird for my liking for an outsider.

I am not sure why but it reminds me a little of the original Le Femme Nikita and The Prisoner.

Nice to have something more unique on TV. Hope it doesn't go up its own backside and outlive itself.

p.s. I'm calling it now - ms cobal left the book behind :monkey:

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Amazing. This secret workplace world has its own religion, customs, oral history, culture, nations, bigotries, and media*. And in amongst all that, a twee self help book could help spark a revolution. But why was that book never missed by the otherwise meticulous Melchik?

At some point they're going to have to stop winding deeper into mysteries, but for now, I'm loving the journey.

*And goats.

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Something about the structure of this episode seemed... off. And not in an intentional way.

The biggest mystery of the show is why Mark's sister, a very normal-seeming person, would ever marry a big weirdo like Ricken.

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