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Angela makes an unexpected acquaintance; Darlene realizes she's in deep; and an old friend reveals all to Elliot.

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Angela makes an unexpected acquaintance; Darlene realizes she's in deep; and an old friend reveals all to Elliot.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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Along with Part 1, the episode was originally called "Titles and Deeds". See more »

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Angela Moss: [Phone call] Hello? Don't worry. It's Angela.
Angela Moss: Tyrell? Tyrell, are you there? It's okay. They told me you would be calling. This is a secure line.
Angela Moss: Are you with Elliott right now?
Tyrell Wellick: Yes.
Angela Moss: Okay, I'm on my way. Don't let anyone near him. I should be the first person he sees when he wakes up.
Tyrell Wellick: Okay.
Angela Moss: Tyrell, you did what needed to be done.
Tyrell Wellick: I love him.
Angela Moss: I do too.
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Fantastic as an episode, though it fails to justify all the setup preceding it.
21 September 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I will be the first to admit that season 2 is not perfect. I will be the first to admit that this episode is not perfect. However, the worst thing a show can do is be boring, and that's something this season never was. Esmail spent all 12 episodes making bold choices. When they worked, they were stunning, and even when they didn't, it was still interesting to watch. It has been a wild ride of a season, and I wouldn't have it any other way.

The episode's main focus is of course on Tyrell and Elliot. Rami Malek's performance here shows that he deserves that Emmy he just won. It's also great to see Martin Wallstrom back on the show in earnest as Tyrell. He is brilliant in this one. The other story lines that show up in the episode are Joanna and DiPierro. There is also a post-credit scene, so be sure not to miss that.

So much was depending upon this episode. It had to provide answers to a season of nothing but questions, and satisfying resolution to a season of nothing but teasing. With so much riding on it, there was no way everyone would be satisfied by it. But did it satisfy me? Yes and no. The episode solved so many minor mysteries that I was not expecting resolution on until next season. But it only partially solves the big ones people have been waiting for this season (Tyrell, Stage 2). For me, the minor answers and partial big ones were enough. For others, they will not be. All I can say is, to each their own.


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