You said the people I work for are monsters, and the fact you don't know it is scarier.


It's cool, dude. We don't have to talk.


It's time we talk.


We will not wait for them to make a mistake. We will force them into one.


Olivia Cortez. She's our way in. I'll have to get physical access to her laptop.


I don't want Elliot to be my prisoner. I want him to be my partner.


Is she listening? Of course, she is. She always is.


Price: Consider yourself lucky, Mr. Alderson... that I was the one alerted when you walked into that apartment. It's my duty to dispose of any intruder and report the attempt.
Elliot: But you didn't. Why?

Darlene: What's the hurry? She's not going to get any deader.
Elliot: You know, for someone who refused to enter this room the last few years, you seem pretty comfortable now with her gone.
Darlene: Don't you feel a little relieved? I know I sound like a total dick, but you feel it to, right?
Elliot: I guess.

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Elliot: Do you want to go back to not talking, fighting, blocking each other out?
Mr. Robot: No, I want to work together.

Price: It won't work, your heist.
Elliot: But you just said the Deus group funds Whiterose's project and the Dark Army. If I can find a way to rob the Deus group, Whiterose loses everything.
Price: But, like I said, the Deus group is impenetrable, Whiterose designed it that way.
Mr. Robot: You can get us in.
Price: Excuse me?
Mr. Robot: It's like you said, E Corp is a front for the Deus group. Last I checked, you're still the CEO. We can take them all down if we work together. You have to have a contact at the bank that can get me the Deus group account numbers, a real contact.

Crazy, right? Yeah, I never thought we'd still be here, either. But we were goners. But, here we are, still alive, but that's not the crazy part. The crazy part is, we were saved by him, the enemy. One we've been after this whole time Question is, what is the angle? What's the cost? Because one thing we know by now, it ain't free.

Mr. Robot Quotes

Krista: What is it about society that disappoints you so much?
Elliot: Oh, I don't know. Is it that we collectively thought Steve Jobs was a great man, even when we knew he made billions off the backs of children? Or maybe it's that it feels like all our heroes are counterfeit. The world itself's just one big hoax.

Hello, friend. Hello, friend? That's lame. Maybe I should give you a name, but that's a slippery slope. You're only in my head. We have to remember that. Shit.