A Position of Power - Industry Season 1 Episode 4

A Position of Power - Industry Season 1 Episode 4

Yasmin (Marisa Abela) acquired power in more ways than one on Industry Season 1 Episode 4.
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Gus's Roommate - Industry Season 1 Episode 4

Gus's Roommate - Industry Season 1 Episode 4

Robert (Harry Lawtey) is Gus's roommate and colleague since they now work in the same department under the same supervisor. Will this shift in their dynamic affect their friendship?
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Harper's Replacement - Industry Season 1 Episode 4

Harper's Replacement - Industry Season 1 Episode 4

Yasmin (Marisa Abela) replaces Harper at a networking event for Pierpoint & Co. when Harper arrives at work hungover.
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The Brochure - Industry Season 1 Episode 4

The Brochure - Industry Season 1 Episode 4

Robert (Harry Lawtey) talks to Yasmin while flipping through Pierpoint's brochure -- the very same one with Hari's photoshopped picture.
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Evading the Truth - Industry Season 1 Episode 4

Evading the Truth - Industry Season 1 Episode 4

Harper (Myha’la Herrold) will do whatever it takes to save herself and ensure her future at Pierpoint & Co.
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The Fun has Just Begun - Industry Season 1 Episode 4

The Fun has Just Begun - Industry Season 1 Episode 4

Harper (Myha'la Herrold) and Robert (Harry Lawtey) party Harper's birthday night away.
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A Mystery Meeting - Industry Season 1 Episode 4

A Mystery Meeting - Industry Season 1 Episode 4

Harper (Myha'la Herrold) meets up with a person who might just help her fix all her problems. Who is she going to see?
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Payroll Tomorrow - Industry Season 1 Episode 4

Payroll Tomorrow - Industry Season 1 Episode 4

A few employees at Pierpoint & Co. are listening to Eric's announcement. From left to right: Gus (David Jonsson), Greg (Ben Lloyd-Hughes), Harper (Myha’la Herrold), Robert (Harry Lawtey), and Rishi (Sagar Radia).
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Industry Season 1 Episode 4 Quotes

Yasmin: Are you sure, Harper? Nothing good ever happens past 2 AM.
Robert: Everything good happens past 2 AM!

Harper: I actually wrote a paper on the moral case for capitalism.
Greg: That must have been short.
Harper: No, it was 8000 words.