How shall I begin this one? For one thing, Fsociety is a LLC. Also, Elliot comes out of his blackout, again. As well, the FBI agent likes to masturbate while chatting online. Furthermore, the talk of assassination is on the minds of Price snd Angela. Just a few story lines to follow in this segment.
Fsociety is an anonymous LLC. The sole proprietor did not want the public to know who he was. Given this info, a different person was used to register it, but the LLC a.k.a “Funs Society,” has to be in a state where anonymous LLC’s are allowed. Given this secrecy of jurisdiction, Fsociety can remain anonymous as a company.
Fsociety, a classic games arcade, is a front company. It’s a clean front for whatever business the proprietor wants to do. With vague county public records, Fsociety can do what it wants and look clean.
In this segment, Elliots awakes from his dissociative identity disorder. He wakes up on the phone. And he’s talking to Tyrell, who is very much alive.
Jim’s been with us for 27 years. He’s a Harvard guy… lives upstate. Three kids… two in college, one in high school. Company man through and through. He’s the reason we do our Toys for Tots program. And Saul is the chair of our nonprofit arm. Good man as well. He has grandkids, so he’s… he’s a little ahead in the family department. Oh, and another thing they have in common: they were both in the room with Colby when they made that grave error covering up the leak in your hometown.
Elliot and Tyrell discuss the night of the Evil Corp attack. It seems Elliot can’t remember a thing. That night, Elliot executed a series of commands which triggered the theft of Evil Corp data.
Adderall is the choice of drug for Elliot in this segment. Elliot starts the habit when he can’t take Shayla’s death or Mr. Robot anymore. See, Adderall helps him deal with his alternate persona and depression.
This episode mentions kernel panic. Basically, the kernel is an operating system program; essentially, it controls the computer. When a kernel panic occurs, the program doesn’t work and you experience a “fatal error,” which really means your computer is broken- but you can sit on your computer and break it too.
For what’s it worth mentioning, Mr. Robot, Elliot’s dead dad, can take on his own personas in the mind of Elliot. For one, he became a FBI detective who kidnapped Elliot. He could also be Tyrell, who might be dead.
There is talk of the assassinations in this broadcast. Evil Corp CEO Philip Price has a painting of a murder, the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, which started WW2. It turns out Angela likes his painting. But Philip Price likes the painting because a bullet can change everything.
Ordinary men… Capable of extraordinary things. Our CFO has discovered that within the last two years, both Jim and Saul have been engaged in some nasty insider trading. Thick as thieves, these two. They like to buddy up on their white-collar crimes… a regular Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. There’s enough evidence in there to put them away for years. I should get home. Your car will be out front. Whatever you’re doing, I don’t trust it.
“Dom” the FBI agent, has a few likes, which we learn in this airing. She likes to stay up all night and watch tv programs on her laptop, which she keeps next to her bed. Also, she likes to check websites on her smartphone. She watches romance tv shows, talks to Alexa, and she has some unclean practices, too.
The next day, Dom heads to a crime site. It’s a murder scene: the murder of Leslie Romero, member of Fsociety. At the murder scene, Dom finds a list of secret FBI agents in the field, which every hacker has because the list was leaked.
We get into a new character this segment. His name is Ray Heyworth. From the looks of it, he talks to invisible people like Elliot, so Ray tries to be Elliot’s friend.
Elliot has taken up religion while on Adderall. He attends a church group stoned on Adderall. He’s high as hell and screams “Amen” at the meetings.
I’m talking about all organized religion… exclusive groups created to manage control, a dealer getting people hooked on the drսg of hope, his followers nothing but addicts who want their hit of bullshit to keep their… their dopamine of ignorance, addicts afraid to believe the truth… that there is no order, there’s no power, that all religions are just metastasizing mind worms meant to divide us so it’s easier to rule us by the charlatans that want to run us. All we are to them are paying fanboys of their poorly written sci-fi franchise. If I don’t listen to my imaginary friend, why the f… should I listen to yours? People think their worship’s some key to happiness. That’s just how he owns you. Even I’m not crazy enough to believe that distortion of reality. So f… God. He’s not a good enough scapegoat for me.
Overall, this segment was decent. The history on Fsociety was interesting. Elliot’s adderall addiction was crazy. Plus the part about organized religion was ok. Pretty good episode to watch.