‘Billions’ Season 6 Episode 6 Summary: Chuck Beats Prince With Stratego

Let Chuck beat Prince in Showtime’s financial drama Billionhe has to change the way the game is played and the game he played.

And that’s exactly what he did in Sunday’s episode, titled “Hostis Humani Generis.” The latter is a legal term that basically means that pirates and outlaws are outside the protection of the law and are therefore subject to the laws of whatever jurisdiction they have. . Long, especially Prince, fall under the aforementioned laws because they are essentially outlaws in his mind.

In contrast, Chuck repeatedly lost to Prince when he tried to beat him as if they were playing chess. The biggest loss, of course, was when his second-in-command Kate jumped ship from his attorney general’s office to work for the Prince. At the time, Chuck claimed that he had failed to “defend his queen”.

But with Kate off the board, Chuck must reassess things and find a way to score some wins. That’s when he stopped seeing the battle as a board and started seeing it as a game of Strategy. Unlike in chess, Stratego creates a competition where most moves don’t end in losing but instead, the opponent gets knocked down over time.

Sister, Kate laughsAs his first big move, Chuck relies on rookie Daevisha “Dave” Mahar, one of the sharpest legal minds he’s ever met. He sends Dave to see Kate under the guise that she needs help with some old case that Kate hasn’t completed. In fact, he wanted Dave to read Kate for clues as to what the Prince was planning next in his bid to bring the Olympics to New York – and Dave did.

Chuck and Dave had the edge when they learned Prince had plans to bring a whole new fleet of luxury subway trains to the city. What he doesn’t know is how the billionaire will try to break the bureaucracy to make his plan a reality. Initially, the union behind the New York Metropolitan Transit Authority opposed Prince’s plan because the new cars would make half of a subway worker’s job obsolete.

Prince solved that problem by not only creating a massive “rehabilitation fund” for workers, but also giving the MTA $2 billion to push his cars through sooner. The MTA is gratifying and everyone seems to be delighted until Dave uses Kate’s “narrative” (referring to her immediate private sector) to disrupt the plan for new subway cars. strange manufactured by a Chinese company based in the US.

Sister, Chuck's faceBecause the company was not an American company, that violated federal law, and Prince lost that round. As he tried to get around Chuck to talk to the governor, Prince walked in and found that Chuck had hit him with a punch and had ordered time and the politician’s ear. Unlike in last week’s episode, where Governor Sweeney sided with Prince, this time he sided with Chuck, and Prince realized he would have to put a mark on his subway ambitions now.

Meanwhile, Prince’s desperate desire to add his alma mater, the fictional Indiana A&M, to his list of exclusive investors also creates an opportunity for Chuck to use Prince’s personal interests against him. he. He finds out that the president of the university is spending money and blackmails the guy to spy for Prince on behalf of the AG office.

In that regard, Prince thinks he’s won one, but Chuck and viewers know otherwise. The university head is not the only two-faced. Taylor betrayed Rian and their ex-girlfriend Lauren to take down Leon, the owner of a home workout brand who threatened to reveal Prince List for accepting NYPD retirement funds as a guest row.

Billionaire, LeonIronically, Leon is defeated by the very same social media platform he threatens to use against Prince if he doesn’t beat the police. On the one hand, Prince agreed with Leon’s political views, but on the other hand, he didn’t like Leon threatening him, so he asked Taylor to attack because they had put Leon on the list, at Lauren’s request. .

To ease Leon’s situation, Taylor bought an app company that Rian suggested behind Rian’s back and used it to shame and expose Leon on social media. This angered Rian, but Taylor treated her with the same indifference that Prince treated them when he included the major telecoms in Taylor’s base Wi-Fi plan, the result. is to lose all the beauty of philanthropy. Lauren also lost her job because of their game, and Taylor didn’t pay attention.

Meanwhile, Prince refuses to sever Scooter’s nephew, despite Scooter’s best efforts to get him out of Prince’s company. Towards the end of the episode, Prince tells Scooter that he needs and wants Philip to take over Michael Prince Capital when they move on to “something else.” What? The Prince won’t go all the Gates of Heaven for us, will he? Talk about a bend.

What do you think of Chuck’s overdue win, and are you as curious and worried about Prince’s plans for the future as we are? Drop your thoughts in the comments.

https://tvline.com/2022/02/27/billions-recap-season-6-episode-6-prince-chuck-stratego/ ‘Billions’ Season 6 Episode 6 Summary: Chuck Beats Prince With Stratego

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