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    For those who saw all of Mr Robot, did the show stay consistent all the way through and stick the landing? I don't want to get started and then get bummed by it taking a nose dive in the later seasons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hal... View Post

    I had that suspicion when I saw the first two or three seasons on Prime and decided to wait until S4 got to Prime before finishing it. One day I may get around to it.
    We are one episode into season 2 as of last night. I am still digging it. I just assumed all 4 seasons are on Prime now, although I didn't specifically check.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerjo View Post
    For those who saw all of Mr Robot, did the show stay consistent all the way through and stick the landing? I don't want to get started and then get bummed by it taking a nose dive in the later seasons.
    There are quite a few side-plots and characters to keep track of, but binging should help out with that greatly. I enjoyed it all the way through, including the ending. Others' mileage will obviously vary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by proggy_jazzer View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Jerjo View Post
    For those who saw all of Mr Robot, did the show stay consistent all the way through and stick the landing? I don't want to get started and then get bummed by it taking a nose dive in the later seasons.
    There are quite a few side-plots and characters to keep track of, but binging should help out with that greatly. I enjoyed it all the way through, including the ending. Others' mileage will obviously vary.
    As the show progressed, it did take more side trips inside Elliot's mind.
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    I thought Mr. Robot kicked ass all the way through.

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