Mr. Robot (2015– )
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While dealing with his withdrawal, Elliot suffers a series of hallucinations about his life, while Shayla helps Angela take an unexpected trip.


Nisha Ganatra


Sam Esmail (created by), Adam Penn

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Rami Malek ... Elliot Alderson
Carly Chaikin ... Darlene
Portia Doubleday ... Angela Moss
Martin Wallström ... Tyrell Wellick
Christian Slater ... Mr. Robot
Michael Drayer ... Cisco
Ben Rappaport ... Ollie Parker
Frankie Shaw ... Shayla Nico
Ron Cephas Jones ... Romero
Azhar Khan ... Mobley
Sunita Mani ... Trenton
William Cote ... Junkie #4
Aimée Spring Fortier ... Junkie #2 (as Aimee Fortier)
Tyler Graham ... Skinny Dude
Gabriel Hansen ... Junkie #3


Whilst trying to get through the morphine withdrawal and get clean, Elliot tries to find a way to bring E Corp down once and for all. He realizes he and fsociety might have a chance but the time-line is really tight. As it was his idea, Elliot decides he should be the one going to Steel Mountain. However, his condition goes from bad to worse in a few hours and his hallucinations too get darker and more intense. Disappointed by her boyfriend, Angela chooses to deal with her problems by accepting a little help from Shayla. Darlene and Trenton try to get the Chinese on their side. Written by Andreea D

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Crime | Drama | Thriller


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Release Date:

10 February 2016 (Netherlands) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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1981 video game Donkey Kong is heard at fsociety base. See more »


About halfway through this episode (1.4), the two "Tickets" signs become fully illuminated. Before, both "Ks" were out as was a "T" on the left hand sign. All globes in the signs are only illuminated for one scene - in all following scenes, they revert to their partially illuminated states. See more »


Romero: Look, man, you... you might be able to hide it from these nerds, but I know a junkie when I see one. In your condition, you ain't gonna do Jack or Jill except puke your brains out or give hand jobs for another high.
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References TRON (1982) See more »


Performed by Perfume Genius
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Episode one was promising - episode four is crap!
22 September 2016 | by sproutySee all my reviews

I watched season 1, episode 1 and thought "Hey, this is pretty good." Elliot was an interesting lead character, a neurotic computer programmer with a drug problem. He is also a hacker tackling cyber criminals from individual sex offenders up to world corporations run by the elite few. It also tapped into the disaffection with modern day life, false heroes, politicians, and technology out of control. 'Fuck society' was our anti-hero's mantra.

Three episodes later. Each got progressively worse. Episode 4 was a pile of crap. Few of the support characters are believable. The hacker group Elliot joined dedicated to freeing the world are boring and predictable. The most predictable thing was the politically correct casting, a black one, a hot one, a Muslim one, a fat geeky one, and a Hollywood "star" Christian Slater). The main plot has become more and more ludicrous. To spice it up we have lots more drugs, some straight sex, some gay sex, an unexpected lesbian kiss and gratuitous violence in the shape of paying a tramp to beat him up. Also the worse cold turkey sequence I've ever seen. After a really promising first episode I felt let down.

I will not be watching any more Mr Robot.

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