The entire Roy clan travels to Logan's hometown of Dundee, Scotland, for a celebration of Logan's 50 years in the business; Kendall becomes enamored with Jennifer, an actress in Willa's play; a former employee proves difficult to silence.

Director:

Kevin Bray

Writers:

Jesse Armstrong (created by), Mary Laws | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Hiam Abbass ... Marcia Roy
Nicholas Braun ... Greg Hirsch
Brian Cox ... Logan Roy
Kieran Culkin ... Roman Roy
Dagmara Dominczyk ... Karolina
Peter Friedman ... Frank Vernon
Matthew Macfadyen ... Tom Wambsgans
Arian Moayed ... Stewy Hosseini (credit only)
Alan Ruck ... Connor Roy
J. Smith-Cameron ... Gerri Kellman
Sarah Snook ... Shiv Roy
Jeremy Strong ... Kendall Roy
Rob Yang ... Lawrence Yee (credit only)
Holly Hunter ... Rhea Jarrell
Jeannie Berlin ... Cyd Peach
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The entire Roy clan travels to Logan's hometown of Dundee, Scotland, for a celebration of Logan's 50 years in the business; Kendall becomes enamored with Jennifer, an actress in Willa's play; a former employee proves difficult to silence.

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Drama

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TV-MA
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Trivia

The production received £400,000 in public money from Screen Scotland for filming portions of "Dundee" and the previous episode, "Return", in Dundee and other Scottish locations. See more »

Goofs

The football (soccer) teams Roman and Eduard watch in the Scottish pub (bar) are definitely neither Hearst or Hibs, as later discussed and purchased by the Azerbaijani family. Teams on the pub TV wore red and blue; Hearts wear maroon, Hibs wear green.

Plus it's strange Logan Roy supports one of those teams, when they are from Edinburgh, he is from Dundee so hopefully he was a Dundee or Dundee United fan. See more »

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References Citizen Kane (1941) See more »

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Saint Lawrence
Performed by Alexander McCabe
Written by Alexander McCabe
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Great episode apart from one thing
2 November 2020 | by DanialAbufarhaSee all my reviews

One of the best episodes of Succession, no doubt. However, one thing I enjoyed yet at the same time did not particularly like was Kendall rapping near the end of the episode. I dunno about the rest of you but to me it seemed a bit out of character.


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Language:

English

Release Date:

29 September 2019 (USA) See more »

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