AND Billions is back! Power games, a sharp cast, and an exciting soundtrack, the series shows that it won’t be cheap for anyone. Chuck and Bobby will have to turn around to get what they lost back, and even Wags will pay for it.
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Taylor is managing to assemble a great team, but within her company she has infiltrators from Bobby, who sabotage and catch people she is looking to work with. Only she knows it and acts more discreetly. I thought it was really cool the way she got to the Arab Sheikh, and how she had to understand that she needs to make some sacrifices for something. Taylor looked divine in dress and hair.
The point is that Wags soon identified her plans and next to Bobby they devised a plan to get ahead of it, only that he was caught. With WAgs gone, Bobby almost freaked out, and did his best to get to him, only to discover something even worse, the Russian Andolov puts him against the wall making it clear that if he messes with Taylor, he will act.
With Wags by his side, Bobby knows he must take a step back, but his friend makes it clear that they will not fear the Russian oligarchy.
Chuck is looking for a way to stay relevant, not to make his name worse in court. Make deals, chase plans, drink to be close to people. Chuck’s games are very well exposed and I think it’s cool that Wendy is always at her side. His father makes a point of rubbing his face which is the name he is spoiling.
It is impossible not to finish Billions wanting the next episode to understand this paranoid power game that Chuck and Bobby played.