Halt And Catch Fire: “Working For The Clampdown” Review - AVClub

AVClub: t’s a testament to how good an actor Lee Pace is that Joe MacMillan’s journey in “Waiting For The Clampdown” is so affecting despite being as pre-programmed as Joe’s story has been from the start. Pace has always managed to make Joe interesting to watch, even when the script has Joe function as more plot machine than man, and there’s a lot of Joe the manipulator tonight, as he first convinces Jacob Wheeler to buy Mutiny, then convinces Cameron to sell Mutiny, then convinces Cameron not to sell Mutiny. Along the way, he also convinces Aleksa Palladino’s Sara to take him back and marry him, agrees to leave his job at her father’s company and move to California, and shares yet another deep, dark secret from his past with Cameron.

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