Silicon Valley: “Two Days Of The Condor” Review - AVClub

AVClub: Silicon Valley is a show defined by near-constant conflict. In an industry where you can go from hosting million-dollar parties to scrounging for table scraps within months, the push for new ideas is never-ending. Those who can’t come up with something find themselves forced to buy, beg, borrow, or steal their way until they get ahead or at least buy themselves some time to come up with the next thing. With the exception of Big Head and his near-meteoric rise to the top—it feels like the logical conclusion that he’ll wind up CEO of Hooli by the end of the series—everyone on this show is in a constant state of planning and hustling, chasing funding and inspiration in equal measure.

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