Billions (2016 - )
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Episode 12Elmsley Count
Billions Season Finale Recap: Pest ControlAll hail the birth of a beautiful and stupendous villain in Wendy Rhoades.
Billions Recap: Comp DayThe stakes for the last few episodes of the season have been raised.
Billions Recap: All in a Day’s WorkGrigor, Bobby, Sacker, and Taylor manage to change others’ perceptions of them in a single day — for better or for worse.
Billions Recap: I’ve Got a Bad Feeling About ThisWe have ourselves a new (well, “new”) pair of Big Bads for the remainder of the season.
Episode 8All the Wilburys
Billions Recap: O Captain My CaptainIt’s possible we jammed in a few too many story arcs this week.
Episode 7Not You, Mr. Dake
Billions Recap: Jesus Christ, ChuckIf Axe can still surprise you with chicanery, you haven’t been paying attention.
Episode 6The Third Ortolan
Billions Recap: Break the StickIf you think you’re already going to jail, why not eat a tiny illegal songbird?
Episode 5Flaw in the Death Star
Billions Recap: Walk on the Wild SideNo one tells Dollar Bill what to do.
Episode 4Hell of a Ride
Billions Recap: I Learned It From Watching You, Dad!Get your dad feelings ready for this Rhoades v. Rhoades showdown.
Episode 3A Generation Too Late
There are so many good episodes of Billions, but which ones really stand out? Do you like "Short Squeeze" the best, or is "The Oath" your favorite episode of Billions? To determine once and for all what the best episodes of Billions are, let's rank every Billions episode from best to worst.
Billions debuted on Showtime in 2016, and is currently renewed for its fifth season. The drama stars Paul Giamatti as Chuck Rhoades, a cutthroat attorney who tries his best to not be overshadowed by his very successful wife (Maggie Siff). Billions has received generally favorable reviews, thanks to a great supporting cast featuring Damian Lewis, Malin Akerman, and Dan Soder.
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Billions finale recap: As Chuck closes in on arresting Axe, not everything is as it seems
It was only a matter of time before Billions pulled the rug out from under us and revealed the true arc of this season. It happens every year (you could criticize the show for being repetitive, in fact, as there's generally not much structural change from one season to the next) and yet, because of the cast and the writing, it's incredibly entertaining. It's always a blast to watch the whole tower of cards come crashing down, creating chaos leading into the next season.
At the beginning of tonight's finale, Chuck walks into Axe Capital and asks if "he's in his office." "Where else would he be?" replies Dollar Bill, "it's his office, isn't it?" "For now," says Chuck. The implication, based on the season's events, is that Axe has retreated to his office, forcing Chuck to arrest him on his own turf and that Axe has accepted the impending arrest.
It's a bit of misdirection that propels the episode's events. We flashback 43 hours earlier, as Axe's team lays out the worst-case scenario for him now that, as the head of Axe Bank, he's accepted money from someone illegally selling drugs. As Chairman, Axe faces 15-20 years in prison on money laundering charges, along with the freezing of all his assets. Wags, as the CEO of Axe Bank, faces a similar sentence. "I will never walk into a jail cell with my name on it," says Wags, telling Axe that he'd take extreme measures to make sure it didn't happen.
With his team showing no way around the arrest, Axe goes on the offensive. He holds a press conference out front of Chuck's office and calls out the attorney general for using his position of power to settle a personal grudge. Axe asserts his innocence again and again, trying to get out ahead of the arrest and the narrative that will come with it.
Chuck is livid because Axe wasn't supposed to know about the arrest; someone must have leaked it. Chuck wants to punish those responsible — he stops short of calling for a firing squad because "I saw the Kubrick film as a tyke, and it turned me off them" — but he has to focus on making sure Axe doesn't slip out of his grasp yet again. So, he starts to apply pressure, securing a plea deal rather than a trial and calling in Wags to offer him a deal to flip on Axe.
Wags pretends to go along with the plan until he starts openly mocking the idea that he'd flip on Axe. Then, Axe crashes the meeting, everyone else leaves, and we get one of those great face-to-face showdowns that Paul Giamatti and Damian Lewis are so good at delivering. They throw barbs and quotes at each other, but neither accepts defeat.
In a way, the confrontation is cathartic for Chuck. He feels like he's finally won, and he goes to his father with this sense of contentment. Chuck Sr. sees the change in his demeanor too. Chuck has finally caught his white whale, and this time it's for real.
Or so Chuck thinks. Everything is arranged for Axe to surrender himself to Chuck. Everyone meaningful is present, from Chuck and Kate to Wags, Wendy, Orrin, and Taylor. Axe's helicopter lands, but no one comes out. Chuck orders the cops to drag Axe out kicking and screaming, but there's no one there. Axe has gone on the run, and it all starts to click into place for Chuck. He knows who leaked the impending arrest and why.
We flashback again to see how this all happened. Prince secretly meets with Axe and lays out his situation simply: Axe lost. There's no way around it. Now, Axe is heading to prison, and his assets will be frozen. But Prince sees another way to do business here. He offers Axe $2 billion cash (what he calls "running away money") for all of Axe Bank/Axe Capital. Axe hates the offer but knows this is the only path forward. He has to accept that he lost to Prince, and now he just needs to survive to fight another day.
So, Axe ends up in Switzerland, and Prince ends up in Axe's office. Enter Chuck, as we saw at the beginning of the episode. Chuck, betrayed and angry, is ready to come after this new foe in a familiar place. The power dynamics have shifted, setting the stage for what should be a compelling sixth season.
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Litua jumped off the cart and paused as she passed her father.Billions - 'The Kevlar of Knowing the Answer' Official Clip - Season 2 Episode 5
Xuesos: ja beru tebja rukoj za yajca i zhimaju Pigeon_: squeeze my balls, make me scream. spit on my hole. Xuesos: ty by xotel, chtoby tebja vyebali srazu mnogo muzhikov. Dove_: I had this once.
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