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Billions Dining Guide, Season 3 *UPDATED – May 16, 2018

Billions Season Three Dining Guide

by Damianista | Fan Fun with Damian Lewis | May 16, 2018

It is no secret that one of my favorite things about my favorite show is how it showcases the New York dining scene from hole-in-the-walls to neighborhood gems to Michelin-starred restaurants. And it has been my pleasure to share the information about restaurants appearing on the show first in my weekly recaps and then in a full dining guide by the end of the season for Season 1 and Season 2.

But now that our dining guides are two of the most widely read articles on the blog, and that we constantly get questions about the restaurants on the show, I have decided to take a different route this season. I am kicking off our dining guide today with the restaurants our characters visited in the first two episodes in Season 3 and I am going to update the post as we go. Continue reading Billions Dining Guide, Season 3 *UPDATED – May 16, 2018

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Photos & Video: Next Time on Billions Episode 9 – May 14, 2018

Season 3, Episode 9: Icebreaker

by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | May 14, 2018

On the next episode of Billions, Axe makes a bold play to secure capital from a controversial source. Taylor chafes against Axe’s recent moves. Chuck recruits the allies he needs to move forward with a new plan. Connerty seeks out a career opportunity.

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Billions Superlatives: Best, Worst, Most from S3E8 – May 14, 2018

Black Sabbath Tees, Absent Fathers, and Way Too Much of Chuck’s Saliva

by Miles Surrey | The Ringer | May 14, 2018

Source: Showtime

Here is the best, worst, and most from the eighth episode of Season 3

The (cocaine) dust has settled from Axe’s penthouse party in last week’s epic Billionssendoff—though I’d imagine that was quite a lengthy cleanup. Now Billions marches onward: it’s time for Axe to get back to work at Axe Capital, while Chuck has to decide whether his future resides in the district attorney’s office or as governor of the state. Lara is also being Lara—by which I mean she’s being awful.

In other words, there’s a lot going on in the eighth episode of this great third season, “All the Wilburys,” and I haven’t even touched on the most unexpected, unholy character alliance this side of Chuck and Axe playing for the same team. Don’t worry, we’ll get to that and plenty more from this action-packed installment.

Most Unnecessarily Dramatic Entrance

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Billions Season 3, Episode 8 Recap: Forbes – May 14, 2018

“Axe Returns to Axe Cap to Cheers and High-Fives Befitting a Rock Star”

by Dana Feldman | Forbes | May 14, 2018

Showtime’s hit series Billions continues to prove itself worthy of the legendary Wilbury status that’s the basis of this latest episode. This week, it’s made abundantly clear who is up and who is down and out.  

In “All The Wilburys” Axe (Damian Lewis) and Wags (David Costabile) explain to Spyros (Stephen Kunken), as he’s being fired, the difference between those with Wilbury, or legend, status, and those without. Spyros falls into the latter category but gets a little help from an unexpected source: Dollar Bill (Kelly AuCoin). Do these enemies actually become friends in this episode? More on this below.

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Recappables Podcast: Billions S3E8 – May 13, 2018

Discussing Ari Spyros’s Cringiest Moments of the Episode

by Alison Herman and Chris Almeida | The Ringer | May 13, 2018

The Ringer’s Alison Herman and Chris Almeida link up to talk about Ari Spyros’s cringiest moments of the episode (17:06), the tense relationship between Axe and Taylor (10:42), and their MVPs and LVPs of the week (35:32).

All the Wilburys

 Source: The Ringer