Halt and Catch Fire (2014–2017)
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You Are Not Safe 

It's the latter half of 1986. Donna has been on the road doing the dog and pony show trying to garner interest in Mutiny in preparation for the IPO on December 18th. She is going through a ... See full summary »

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Cameron Howe
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Tom Rendon
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Malcolm Levitan
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Yo-Yo Engberk
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Bodie
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Arki
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Joanie Clark
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It's the latter half of 1986. Donna has been on the road doing the dog and pony show trying to garner interest in Mutiny in preparation for the IPO on December 18th. She is going through a learning curve in what she can or cannot say, and how she addresses the issue of Cameron no longer being with the company, which has to sound both credible and positive. The success or failure of the offering rests solely on Donna's shoulders, with Cameron not being able to take any credit for success, or accept blame if it is a failure. Cameron, who no one has spoken to, has solely been bored housewife to Tom, with the occasional foray onto the computer to code new ideas to keep herself preoccupied. Since he released the security software to the world, Ryan has been on the run, but not before he told Joe what he did. Ryan's action has a direct affect on Joe and Gordon's new company and the NSFNET project, as Joe is under investigation by the FBI, who believes he is probably the person who released ... Written by Huggo

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Still on Fire
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Written by Anders Trentemøller
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