Billions (2016– )
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Chuck goes in search of Axe, which results in an explosive situation.


Michael Cuesta


Brian Koppelman (created by), David Levien (created by) | 3 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Paul Giamatti ... Chuck Rhoades
Damian Lewis ... Bobby Axelrod
Maggie Siff ... Wendy Rhoades
Malin Akerman ... Lara Axelrod
Toby Leonard Moore ... Bryan Connerty
David Costabile ... Mike 'Wags' Wagner
Condola Rashad ... Kate Sacker
Terry Kinney ... Hall
Ruben Santiago-Hudson ... Raul Gomez
Glenn Fleshler ... Orrin Bach
Susan Misner ... Terri McCue
Glenn Fitzgerald ... Manager #3
Nathan Darrow ... Mick Danzig
Kelly AuCoin ... 'Dollar' Bill Stearn
Frank Harts ... Dale Christo


Chuck goes in search of Axe, which results in an explosive situation.

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10 April 2016 (USA) See more »

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When Bryan Connerty confronts Lonnie Watley about Watley's investigation, the song playing in in the background is Warren Zevon's "Lawyers, Guns, and Money." The disputed investigation, which showed that Axe and his lawyers paid some cops a great deal of money to quash Danzig's firearms charges, hinges on lawyers, guns, and money. See more »


Bobby Axelrod & Mike 'Wags' Wagner visit several businesses to tout the latest deal. On leaving the first presentation, Wags has left the folders behind. He has the folders in (and out of) later presentations. See more »


Bobby Axelrod: When I pull a deal off the table, I leave Nagasaki behind.
Chuck Rhoades: The only enemy more dangerous than a man with unlimited resources is one with nothing to lose. And that is what you are looking at right here.
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entertainment larger than life
29 June 2016 | by A_Different_DrummerSee all my reviews

If you check the episode reviews, some members were disappointed. This one was not. Every story since Genesis has a beginning, a middle and an end. The end is always the hardest part. This one was fine.

More interesting (to this reviewer) is that while watching Billions I could not help thinking of the larger issues:

1. Lewis keeps evolving as an actor. If you can, try to find a DVD of his early series LIFE where it is entirely his personal charm that moved the cop series along for its two season run. With Homeland, he took his career and his craft up a notch. By the time Billions rolls around, we take for granted his ability to take over a scene and mesmerize the viewer. But he worked at it. And worked hard.

2. Maggie Siff with hindsight now seemed lost in Sons of Anarchy, now that we know (from this show) what she is really capable of. I look forward to her next project, whatever it may be. Serious acting chops.

3. Critics have said that the hit series Deadwood can be considered in two ways -- either as pure entertainment, or as a metaphor for the formation of America, from chaos to order. I think that Billions in many ways is the natural sequel to Deadwood, showing us how the America we know has gone from chaos to order .... to outright greed. Just like the dialog Siff delivers in her final scene, we can kid ourselves all we want. But at the end of the day, this society is not exactly what we were hoping to grow up in.

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