Legal High 2 Episode 10Billions Season 2, Episode 10 Recap: With every passing week of watching this show I keep wondering: Honestly, how dare this show introduce another amazing character with three episodes left of the season. Mary-Louise Parker plays Ms. Chuck at first just says he was involved in an incident.
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Billions Season 2, Episode 10 Recap: With every passing week of watching this show I keep wondering: Honestly, how dare this show introduce another amazing character with three episodes left of the season. Mary-Louise Parker plays Ms. Chuck at first just says he was involved in an incident. Does it make me a bully that I instantly knew the bullied kid he was talking about was him?
As retaliation, he tells Minchak later, he hit the lead kid in the face with a baseball bat during a game the guy was the catcher. Another potential snag, again, is said whole BDSM thing. Honestly, give me a whole spinoff show about Mistress, just going about her day, dealing with crazy high-powered clients, respecting their fantasies in a hot and wonderful way. Now, that guy went to see Mistress for three months, and it makes me laugh a little to think that he was like, not even that into it, he just wanted the laptop.
These Rhoades guys are killing me. So, Axe, having a no good, very bad day, meets with Larry Boyd. Axe lays out his plans for hitting Rhoades hard and covering his tracks. And like, come on guys, this is chum chum chum chum chum. Obviously, Chuck is baiting Axe in some way. Like, maybe he has Boyd testify that he told Axe. Maybe Boyd recorded it. But like, look at how much Boyd hates his life now.
But something is up! Axe should know better than to take this information at face value and maybe he will think better of it eventually , but also, team Chuck this week should know better than to try to flip Taylor.
LOL, part of me is starting to think this show is a lot about the kinds of compromises people make for their bosses to like them. Later Bryan briefly messes up pronouns, before instantly correcting himself. Man, the show really spelled out what was going on here, just to let us know what Taylor was signing their name to.
So, basically there is no reason to short except for that sweet insider information that Axe got from Dollar Bill. But Axe wants there to be a logical paper trail that shows a reasonable thesis for making the deal, so if they do get investigated it all seems above board. The star student remains the star student. Well, except that Taylor does briefly go see Bryan. Honestly, what a fucking tease showing Kate watch Taylor leave!
I hope they saved the scene between these two for the finale. Taylor, after giving Bryan and a clear conscious a try, signs their name to the apartment and the short thesis.
OK, business over, now we get to the business of love. So much of this show is amazing, witty, dialogue bursting with metaphors and movie references.
So many scenes of Axe are punctuated by long shots of face as he realizes how screwed he is, how sad he is, how much he messed up. As much as we know Axe has never physically hurt Lara, all this surveillance is pretty scary.
Hee tells Bobby that sometimes when women come back after running, men still repeat abusive behavior, so what he and his guys like to do is beat the abusive guy in a carpet, so he remembers it. But Axe most definitely is not the type of person who can give space.
Like Wendy says, he fucking hates waiting. So, he leaves Lara 21 voicemail messages. I like these messages because I think they perfectly encapsulate a truth about life. In those messages, there was one good one. Wendy knew exactly what she was doing when she told Lara about her deal with Axe to that I say: Wendy has a juice date with Chuck where he makes her feel better, simply by being around.
Then finally she talks to Lara. What could be a hostile encounter is obviously filled with some much empathy instead. Lara thinks that if Wendy was gone Axe would maybe come to her to solve his pain.
Then Lara asks if getting through all this anger and coming out on the other side makes you stronger. And so did Wendy because she finally asks him to come stay. LOL well, not ask. Since this show is all about the two sides, we get a less warm homecoming at the Axelrod household. She shuts him down instantly, saying that Apollonia died in a car bomb.
This very small thing is just so perfect. I love how much it speaks to each of their different fighting styles that Bobby has to call her 21 times in a day and Lara has the strength to not once check her messages.
Like, girl, you are stronger than most people I know. In the end, Axe looks at her phone and deletes all the messages. Only two episodes left guys!
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