Elliot is so much more of an unreliable narrator than I had guessed! Couple that with telling dialogue and the absurdity of the ballet lesson, and it was definitely played in the open for this episode. . Why was he seeing Krysta, anyway? Is Elliot just a cover personality? He's much more fractured than I had ever guessed. Scena rozmowy z Tyrellem w aucie, czy scena w domu Romero gdy ten wycofał się z fsociety Pozdrawiam : 2015-08-18T09:41:55Z Comment by czekałem na to! I'm saying they're both Elliot, just different parts of his subconscious. Robot being somewhere and hearing things Eliot is not present for I think. It makes sense that Angela would be friends with Elliot, when he's got a cool sister for her to hang out with.
So who is he, really? Robot after he finds out about the infected server from Gideon. We are his masters, and he is our puppet for entertainment. So while both Darlene and Mr. How much of a puppeteer is Elliot's dad? Why remove his family from his mind? I've had ideas about Mr. Robot about how he still knows about his little secret. Robot jest wyobrażeniem Eliota to jak inne postacie mogą z nim gadać? A puppet that we create, and the writers program for our viewing. A couple of months ago, I saw a tech.
Now think about the time Tyrell confronts Elliot in the bathroom about framing Colby and not having proof. I would assume the tech must be Elliot and the shortcut would be the hack of evilcorp or maybe even he knows about the temperature controls hack. We have been focusing on what's in front of us. I guess I don't see the ballet lesson as absurd. Maybe he's in a rabbit hole of a game, where he's the one being manipulated by others, but also central to the entire operation. She'd want someone to talk to who understands and loves Elliot. Someone you would never suspect take advantage of an opportunity others created as a short cut.
Ta historia jest w dużej mierze opowiadana przez Elliota. Robot could simply be a projection onto another person. Robot about it and wants to know what his plan is. And what about Elliot's mom? Robot from the moment he told Elliot that he should have done what his father told him. W pierwszej odsłonie podcastu o Mr.
But no, it was a shortcut to something much bigger. Watch what Tyrell and Mr. Robot look like his dad. O czym tak naprawdę jest Mr. Dla mnie to jedna i ta sama osoba. That is he is the computer that's being hacked, and being programmed. I thought at first it was merely a small act of revenge.
Then he began interacting with others more, even without Eliot--in the van with the other two guys and Eliot was elsewhere? Of course that is easy to say now. Elliot is a weird guy. Robot tells him that it'll do him no good by telling people his secret, Tyrell goes home pissed off only to explain to his wife that they've been focusing on the wrong people. Robot staramy się w 30 minut streścić wszystkie najciekawsze wątki z serialu z mizernym powodzeniem oraz rozkminić o co tak naprawdę może chodzić. Add in the way she just decided to spend the day with Angela previously always felt wrong. Robot was not clearly interacting with people, and he was only seen when Eliot was present.
But what could the What's above us? Robot talk about in the car. What was funny was that Angela was talking to her ex Ollie on the phone about Cisco Darlene's ex when Darlene arrived to class. In that way it would explain us, the viewer, as we are not a creation by Elliott, but Elliott is a creation for us. Am I remembering that right? That scene let us know that Darlene and Angela were friends for a long time, and both knew Elliot all their lives. It's so easy to take what he shows us at face value, and not look for the missing parts. She was drunkenly ballet dancing before the Dark Army brought her to Cisco a few episodes back. Robot Portia Doubleday as Angela Moss Carly Chaikin as Darlene Martin Wallström as Tyrell Wellick Michel Gill as Gideon Goddard Gloria Reuben as Krista Gordon Frankie Shaw as Shayla Ben Rappaport as Ollie Parker Ron C.
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