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Silicon Valley "Founder Friendly" Review - AVClub

AVClub: The central quest of Silicon Valley has always been a fight for individualism. While the story has at various points gone between questions of money, influence, and ego, all of it eventually boils down to the fact that the show’s heroes want to be in control of what they believe is theirs. Richard Hendrix, who was lucky enough to create a once-in-a-lifetime algorithm, has repeatedly moved away from options to give up or sell out because this is his idea, and for all the their interpersonal bickering the Pied Piper team has grown to have similar affection for it. It’s a terrific bedrock for the show, as all its brilliant vulgarity and absurdity manage to be in service of something greater.

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