Mr. Robot is an American television series created by Sam Esmail. It focuses on the digital revolution and how it affects people around the world.
It stars Rami Malek as Elliot Alderson, a brilliant but unstable cyber-security engineer and vigilante hacker. He has dissociative identity disorder and is prone to anxiety and depression.
1. The Mastermind
If you’re in business or pursuing your personal goals, you know the value of having a trusted board of advisors. They may be your spouse, best friend, or even your pastor – people who understand where you’re coming from and want to help you achieve your full potential.
But sometimes, the wisdom they offer you can be overshadowed by the noise and distractions of life. That’s where a mastermind comes in.
A Mastermind is a group of people who have walked similar paths, who have experienced what you’re facing, and who have proven expertise to share with you. You can learn a lot by talking to them about your business, career, or personal life.
2. The E-Corp
The E-Corp is a large multinational conglomerate that manufactures computers, phones, and tablets. It also owns 70% of the global consumer credit industry.
Despite its name, it isn’t evil. Its CEO, Phillip Price, is a highly intelligent man who knows what he’s doing.
When he hears of a hacker group called fsociety, he recruits Elliot Alderson to help them take down E Corp through technological sleight of hand.
They use a combination of Raspberry Pi computers, DeepSounds discs, and DDoS attacks to break into the E Corp network. They then turn the data into a forged report, implicating Terry Colby, their CTO.
Despite this, they still haven’t solved the problem. They are now shipping their paper records from facilities all over the country to one Manhattan building.
Whiterose is one of the most complicated characters in Mr. Robot, and she’s also one of the most powerful. Her emotional intensity is displayed here, forcing Elliot’s hand and making Phillip Price (Michael Cristofer) question what he’s doing for his family.
But Whiterose’s biggest strength is her control of Elliot. His emotions are manipulated and he’s trapped in a constant cycle of self-abuse.
But Whiterose is also an important contrast to other shows on the network, like NBC’s The Voice and Fox’s Gotham, which tend to be more emotionally open. The episode focuses on Darlene and Elliot as they try to hack Whiterose’s bank account.
Mr. Robot is a dark and mysterious drama series about a gifted but unstable IT specialist Elliot Alderson (Rami Malek) who spends his day as a cybersecurity engineer but turns to vigilante hacking at night to take down the capitalistic corporation he works for. It’s a show that explores the mental health of its characters, as well as the impact of trauma on their lives.
In tonight’s two-part series finale, an illusory version of Elliot’s therapist Krista Gordon (Gloria Reuben) reveals to him that his various personalities were created to help him cope with trauma and heal. The real Elliot, however, was trapped by the persona he had created to deal with his issues, and he refused to let go.
Carly Chaikin plays Darlene Alderson, Elliot’s sister and the co-founder of society. It’s a role that challenges her to convey Darlene’s instability, her insurmountable guilt over her various misdeeds, and her ache for her brother.
Throughout season 2, Darlene has been left to run society alone while her brother is in prison, and the journey has been difficult. But with the FBI and Dark Army breathing down her neck, she’s at her wit’s end.
Her latest decision to kill E Corp attorney Susan Jacobs (Sandrine Holt) hits a low that few would choose. It’s a point where her isolation and paranoia have gotten so bad she’s ready to take vengeance on someone she hasn’t seen in years, someone who was responsible for her entire life’s demons.