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Season 2 picks up immediately after the season one finale. It begins with Chuck facing scrutiny within his office and from the Attorney General. Meanwhile, Axe refortifies Axe Capital and weighs his options for retaliation.
Foley is just so all about pleasantries and rules and old-school elegance and brutal, brutal gamesmanship. It's so creepy and menacing because it all has the glaze of refinement and it fits in perfectly with the world Billions has built.
The pieces fit perfectly on this show these days. You can connect a heartfelt hidden confession like the one Wendy makes to Taylor with a screwball macho plot grenade like Bryan bonding with Gus over the bushido code.