DISCOVER THE EXPLANATION OF THE END OF SEASON 2 BY MR ROBOT! TYRELL IS DEAD?
Mr. Robot is available on Amazon Prime Video! If you want to know all about the end of Season 2, read on! In the middle of “Python pt. 2 “, the season 2 finale of Mr. Robot, Joanna Wellick gets exactly what she wants. It’s not about finding her missing husband Tyrell or even getting revenge on those who made them disappear. It is the experience of death.
She goes to Scott Knowles, the house where “Tyrell’s” phone calls come from, and confronts the technical director of Evil Corp with the torment he inflicts on her. He tells her he just wanted her to feel a fraction of the pain he felt when his wife, whom he revealed was pregnant, was murdered by Tyrell. We’re here to take a look at the ending of Mr. Robot Season 2 and what it means.
EXPLANATION OF THE END OF SEASON 2 OF MR ROBOT
After the shooting in the restaurant, Cisco died and Dom DiPierro finally grabbed Darlene. After trying to get Darlene to play the game, Dom decides that all she has to do is show off her full game. And it turns out the FBI knows everything.
Joanna found who was sending her little gifts and calling her. It’s not Tyrell. No, it was Scott Knowles, eCorp executive / Sharon’s husband, that Tyrell killed. In a very difficult scene to watch, Joanna, after learning the truth, says horrible things to Scott, who makes fun of her by beating her.
In revenge, Joanna tries to get her boyfriend to blame Scott for his wife’s death. All of this, however, doesn’t add much to the main storyline, other than a clue to Tyrell’s existence.
Which brings us to the Season 2 final question: Is Tyrell dead? Living? A product of Elliot’s imagination? Here we are: Tyrell brings Elliott to a warehouse near eCorp where a Black Army thug leads them to where they are going to execute Phase 2 of the 5/9 hack.
Turns out Phase 2 is all about blowing up all the remaining physical documents that they are trying to use to muster what is left of the company’s power in what appears to be a rather outdated plan, given that CEOs of eCorp have already maneuvered to obtain a global monopoly on the e-coin.
Either way, Elliot fears this plan may kill innocent people – which he is, frankly, almost directly guilty of by his previous actions, and refuses to implement it. He finds himself in an argument between himself, Mr. Robot who is him, and Tyrell who could be him. Then Tyrell threatens Elliot with a gun. Elliot convinces himself that Tyrell is on his mind. Tyrell shoots Elliot.
Because, in the end, Angela gets a call with a voice that may or may not be Tyrell or Elliot or both. Leon aka Joey Bada $, Elliot’s friend in prison, who I think is the only likable character this season shows up where Trenton and Mobley ran away.
In the weeks, months, and years to come, there will be theories upon theories upon theories. But, in reality, what we have left that we can count on is what we know.