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Mr. Robot Season Finale Recap: The Hall of Mirrors

"You only see what's in front of you, not what's above you," Mr. Robot tells Tyrell in the flashback that opens "eps2.9_pyth0n-pt2.p7z." The line is meant to contrast Tyrell's shortsightedness with Elliot's long approach, that Tyrell will always play second fiddle to Elliot, even if they both become gods. But ... More »
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