Mr. Robot (2015–2019)
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Elliot vows to beat Mr. Robot; Angela gets a glimpse behind the curtain at E Corp; and fsociety stirs up trouble.


Sam Esmail


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Rami Malek ... Elliot Alderson
Carly Chaikin ... Darlene
Portia Doubleday ... Angela Moss
Michael Cristofer ... Phillip Price
Stephanie Corneliussen ... Joanna Wellick (credit only)
Martin Wallström ... Tyrell Wellick (voice)
Grace Gummer ... Dominique DiPierro
Christian Slater ... Mr. Robot
Azhar Khan ... Mobley
Sunita Mani ... Trenton
Joey Bada$$ ... Leon
Ron Cephas Jones ... Romero
Vaishnavi Sharma ... Elliot's Mother
Michael Maize ... Lone Star
Dorothi Fox Dorothi Fox ... Nell Romero


Elliot overdoses on Adderall to try to get rid of Mr. Robot and rants about God as he crashes; Price takes Angela out to dinner and gives her a difficult choice to make; An unexpected tragedy throws fsociety into a panic; The FBI's recent investigation brings them closer onto fsociety's trail; Ray explains how he and Elliot are similar and agrees to help him; In a flashback, Romero explains the history of the Fun Society arcade to Mobley, who convinces him to join fsociety. Written by chingeeflingee

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Crime | Drama | Thriller


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Angela (Portia Doubleday) and Phillip (Michael Cristofer) dine at the Italian restaurant with two other ill-fated employees, and the scene was shot in Manhattan at the restaurant Zio, at 17 W. 19th St., with some matching photos on Zio's website, displaying the same decor not altered for the shoot. See more »


Elliot: There it is again. The overwhelming fear building, the burrowing, the nesting, the scream.
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Holly Jolly Christmas
Written by Johnny Marks
Performed by Burl Ives
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Best Episode Of A TV Show This Year
21 July 2016 | by mad_man_moonSee all my reviews

Sam Esmail has written and directed the perfect television episode, which is an unrelenting, beautiful, intense, masterpiece.

From the outset (which had elements of Tarantino) to the framing and movement he brings from Tod Campbell, to the final act. There is not a single dropped frame that doesn't hold emotional, metaphorical, and literal meaning in eps2.1.

Everyone does extremely well in this, but I had to pull out Michael Cristofer for what he does here. Reminding me a little of his character in Rubicon (they have very different make ups, of course) in just how much depth is built in to what is going on with every word he says. Doubleday also for similar reasons.

This is just a ridiculously fantastic piece of film making. It's worth watching the whole series just to get to this point.

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Release Date:

20 July 2016 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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