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[S4E5] My Monkey Grifter


The first two episodes of the new season follow a story set in the early 1980s when a visionary German filmmaker tries to will his magnum opus into existence while working in the remote, punishing conditions of the Russian Ular mountains. Episode 3 is a fly-on-the-wall portrait of a hair salon in the small coastal town of Bagglyport as they prepare their annual stylebook. Episode 4 promises to be a chronicle of the iconic 1974 Craig Maes (Field Rock) showdown dubbed "The Melon vs. The Felon." In Episode 5, we see s filmmaker form a deep, emotional, and financially taxing relationship with a monkey. In Episode 6, celebrated French filmmaker Ida Leos searches for why she no longer experiences "frisson," the goosebumps that have always been her guide.




[S4E5] My Monkey Grifter


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The season marks a departure from the previous entries, with the story shifting from being a prequel to running concurrently with The Walking Dead. In addition to the group of Madison Clark (Kim Dickens), her daughter Alicia (Alycia Debnam-Carey), her drug-addicted son Nick (Frank Dillane), his lover Luciana Galvez (Danay García), and grifter Victor Strand (Colman Domingo) from the previous seasons, the story follows original series character Morgan Jones (Lennie James) as he encounters them amid their conflict with the antagonistic Vultures. Several new characters are also introduced in the fourth season, including journalist Althea Szewczyk-Przygocki (Maggie Grace), police officer John Dorie (Garret Dillahunt), and nurse June (Jenna Elfman).


Michael and Dwight take an excursion out of Scranton, chasing after a coked-up Ryan for a night out in New York City. It's perhaps one of my favorite episodes that takes place outside the friendly confines of Scranton Business Park. Michael is so goddamn earnest and Dwight is so singularly focused, but never on the right thing. In the end, they see a glimpse of a world they cannot fathom and it's almost touching to see Ryan naked of ambition, drugged up, sweating out the night on his bed. It's funny but if you really watch it, it's more sad. His story was always a sad one. A high-level grifter full of ambition, lacking any talent, and stubbornly committed to never self-assessing. He could've been president.


Best Quote: "Business is like a jungle. And I...am like a tiger. And Dwight is like a monkey that stabs the tiger in the back with a stick. Does the tiger fire the monkey? Does the tiger transfer the monkey to another branch?...Pun. There is no way of knowing what goes on inside the tiger's head. We don't have the technology." -Michael 041b061a72


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