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When you think of Mr. Robot as Darlene and Angela’s show more than Elliott’s, it is amazing how much more dynamic and logical the show they’re in seems. Elliott is in “The Elliott Show” and while that particular exercise gives Mr. Robot some of its most interesting direction and nuanced acting, it still feels like a different, more frustrating, ultimately less interesting show than everything else going on around him. I hope Sam Esmail is starting to realize that. Now as for Tyrell Wellick, that’s a different problem altogether…

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