It's been six months since Mutiny, focusing solely on community, has pulled up its Texas stakes and moved to San Francisco to be near the technological center of Silicon Valley, with what was supposed to be Cameron's temporary stay with the Clarks putting a strain on Gordon and Donna. Mutiny has hit some milestones in the process, but has to get their mainframe up and running to accommodate cost effectively the number of users. Ryan, one of their new, brighter bullpen staffers, has his own ideas of how the company should grow, with Donna and Cameron too focused on their own thoughts to pay him much attention beyond placating him with what they believe will keep him happy. Beyond suing Joe, Gordon realizes that he will have little to do at Mutiny once the mainframe issue is resolved, and as such he contemplates his future. On personal notes, the Clark children are still adjusting to their new environment, with certain aspects of living in California literally shaking them to their core...
Did You Know?
Season 3 was confirmed in November 2015, three months after Season 2 ended. See more
The episode starts with on screen text saying it is 1986. Later the Mutiny programmers are discussing the new GIF format. GIF was developed and released by CompuServe in 1987. See more
Referenced in Talking Dead: Grotesque
Still on Fire
Written by Anders Trentemøller
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