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After the success of Cardiff Electric's revolutionary new computer "The Giant", Cameron alongside Donna at Mutiny become questionable with each others tactics running the newly found ... See full summary »

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Christopher Cantwell (created by), Christopher C. Rogers (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lee Pace ... Joe MacMillan
Scoot McNairy ... Gordon Clark
Mackenzie Davis ... Cameron Howe
Kerry Bishé ... Donna Clark
Toby Huss ... John Bosworth
Aleksa Palladino ... Sara Wheeler
Graham Beckel ... Nathan Cardiff
Niko Nicotera ... Rick
August Emerson ... Malcolm Levitan
Randy Havens ... Stan
Pete Burris ... Ed
Eric Goins ... Larry
Morgan Hinkleman ... Joanie Clark
Alana Cavanaugh ... Haley Clark
Cooper Andrews ... Yo-Yo Engberk
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After the success of Cardiff Electric's revolutionary new computer "The Giant", Cameron alongside Donna at Mutiny become questionable with each others tactics running the newly found company. Gordon finds himself face to face unexpectly with Joe after the sale of the computer.

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Drama

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TV-14
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

31 May 2015 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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Trivia

The name of the host of the Dallas Business TV show, Chip Rowlett,is the combination of the 2 anchors from WFAA in Dallas, Chip Moody and Tracy Rowlett. See more »

Goofs

In March 1985, Gordon is reading the novel Neuromancer by William Gibson. The pages of the paperback are yellowed with age to an extent that wouldn't be possible for a book less than 9 months old. Neuromancer was published July 1, 1984. See more »

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References The Facts of Life (1979) See more »

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Pink Turns to Blue
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Written by Grant Hart
Performed by Hüsker Dü
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Average but enjoyable restart
1 November 2018 | by TheDonaldofDoomSee all my reviews

Seems like Season 2 will pretty much start over. I kind of get what this episode's underwhelming nature was going for. After so much progress was made in the business, reality had hit and actually making it is much harder than it seemed. Anyhow, this episode takes a breather but I hope the pace picks up. There wasn't terribly much going on beneath the surface. 7.6/10


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