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‘Billions’ Season 6, Episode 5 Summary: Taylor Takes Big Stock Risk

Taylor has long been one of the Billion‘characters are most intriguing and mysterious because their motives are never entirely clear. All of this changed on Sunday when they made a play to buy a huge stock in a vegan company, only to sell it for a substantial and calculated profit.

Even the most casual of investors can tell you Taylor’s moves are manipulative and illegal, but this doesn’t stop their game. And if anything, the warnings from Spyros, Scooter, Rian and Wendy only seem to drive the more financially savvy. The unexpected twist was Kate’s involvement in the deal. At first, she also warned Taylor about possible legal ramifications and red flags.

As time went on, however, Taylor repeatedly found ways to make their moves seem legit with the SEC, and Kate eventually accepted and even helped Taylor perfect their strategy. Kate’s legal aid not only shocked Scooter but also confused Wendy, who had previously advised Kate to stay true to herself and her morals. But Kate argues she did it because, despite Wendy’s late Eastern philosophical leanings, Kate was a lawyer, not a Brahmin or monk.

Taylor, meanwhile, had to work on building up their financial backlog in order to leave Michael Prince Capital, which certainly counts towards the dynamics department. On the other hand, Wendy is more invested in achieving inner peace with her work and place in life. She tries to trade less, on the advice of her Buddhist teacher, but finds herself helping Chuck along with his father to alleviate her guilt for poaching Kate, which can This means it’s very transactional and she knows it. To start.

Sister, Kate is letting her hair downSpeaking of deals, Prince was still working to bring the Olympics to New York, a dream that was nearly extinguished when his daughter Gail yelled at Governor Sweeney. At first, Prince wanted Gail to apologize and play nice. But he gave up when he realized that he raised Gail and her sister to speak their mind.

Prince also realizes that Sweeney must have been pretty far-fetched to care so much about what Gail thinks of him, so he decides to win over the governor of New York by naming his stadium after him. , and it was successful. To celebrate the win and profit, several of his employees collected money – including Scooter’s highly skilled nephew Phillip – Prince bought everyone new Air Jordans. Sadly, this doesn’t include Bonnie, who quit because Prince tried to punish her for not showing better in her deals and teamwork.

Billionaire, Governor SweeneyFor Prince’s Olympics bid, Chuck lost in the chief of jurisdiction, but he won another victory when he convinced a tough and very clever defense attorney named Daevisha, or known as Dave for short, joined the attorney general’s office after her court appearance.

Dave turns down the offer initially, but then shows up and makes Chuck smile when she says she’d love to work with him and knock down the greedy guys one percent. Huzzah.

What do you think of boss Taylor’s move? And are you excited about an inevitable showdown between Kate and Dave? Drop your thoughts in the comments.

https://tvline.com/2022/02/20/billions-recap-season-6-episode-5-taylor-kate-prince-wendy/ ‘Billions’ Season 6, Episode 5 Summary: Taylor Takes Big Stock Risk

Aila Slisco

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