Original Air Date: May 17, 2020
Chuck returns to his alma mater to pursue an opportunity. Axe's big venture is sidelined by a family crisis. Taylor asserts independence with a risky play. Chuck puts Wendy in an awkward position.
"It’s a drama about the corrupting influence of money and power. But it felt more poignant in this week’s episode than it has in quite some time, perhaps because the institutions being assailed by the show’s money-talks characters — family, art, education, the environment — feel sacrosanct."READ MORE AT THE NEW YORK TIMES
"I wonder if the show is pushing [Axe] into more unlikable territory this season and if there will be some sort of comeuppance. Axe has always been more villain than antihero, but there's typically been some semblance of humanity that allows us to not totally despise him. This season though, he's looking real villainous."Read more at Entertainment Weekly
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