Automatic for the People: A Mr. Robot Podcast
About This Show
Join Ryan and Logan as they discuss every episode of USA’s series Mr. Robot, talk computer hacking on the big screen and slowly become absorbed by the Matrix. This is Automatic for the People.
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Automatic for the People Ep. 68: Mr. Robot Does St@r Wars - Automatic for the People: A Mr. Robot Podcast
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Join Ryan and Logan as they discuss every episode of the new FX series Legion, the X-Men franchise and other geeky goodness. This is Automatic for the People.
Mr. Robot stars Rami Malek as Elliot, Christian Slater as Mr. Robot as well as stars Portia Doubleday, Carly Chaikin and Martin Wallstrom.
The series follows Elliot Alderson, a young man living in New York City, who works at the cyber security company Allsafe as a security engineer. Constantly struggling with social anxiety disorder and clinical depression, Elliot’s thought process seems heavily influenced by paranoia and delusion. He connects to people by hacking them, which often leads him to act as a cyber-vigilante. He is recruited by a mysterious insurrectionary anarchist known as Mr. Robot and joins his team of hacktivists known as “fsociety.” One of their missions is to cancel all debts by taking down one of the largest corporations in the world, E Corp (which Elliot perceives as Evil Corp), which also happens to be Allsafe’s biggest client.
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Rated 3 out of
There aren't alot of options for Mr. Robot podcasts so beggars and choosers and all that being said; Two suggestions:
1.Ditch the horrible Numetal opening. Use 'Nightswimming' by REM instead (fitting with the podcast name)
2. Segments. This podcast would benefit from some actual structure, the scattershot nature means that some ideas are repeated while other parts get short shrift.
Date published: 2016-08-12