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Monica deals with her new boss; Richard makes a decision about the company's future.
Peter Gregory has ran himself to death, Laurie Bream is selected as Raviga's new managing partner, they offer Pied Piper $20 million at a $100 million valuation but Richard negotiates them to $10 million at $50 million, and Richard finds out at Peter's funeral that Hooli is suing him.
Richard and the guys struggle to find a backer as they face legal and financial woes. Meanwhile, an old enemy pays Richard a visit.
Raviga pulls their offer from Pied Piper, the V.C.s also turn on them because of Erlich's negging, they are brain raped, and Gavin offers to buy out Pied Piper
While considering Gavin's proposal, Richard is approached by a billionaire.
Russ Hanneman, who put Radio on The Internet gives Richard a $5 million check and Big Head is being promoted.
Richard butts heads with Erlich over a prospective hire; Dinesh and Gilfoyle grow suspicious.
Pied Piper hires new programmers, Carla teases Dinesh and Gilfoyle about pay, and Erlich's enemy, new Jared, takes a job at one of Russ Hanneman's other companies.
Gavin's interference causes Pied Piper to struggle with securing their expansion.
The Pied Piper team browses new office buildings. Hooli intimidates web hosters into not hosting Pied Piper, so instead they build their own servers. Richard and Erlich blackmail their neighbor into renting his guest house to Richard, and Big Head is promoted again, and Nucleus is extremely behind.
Monica encourages the guys to pounce on an opportunity; Erlich reconnects with a former mentee.
Nucleus's debut is a huge failure. Pied Piper considers partering with Homicide for a stream but the deal falls through. They instead stream a Condor's nest, and End Frame, who brain-raped Pied Piper, does streams for Homicide.
With the Pied Piper team fielding job offers, Richard faces the prospect of folding.
Russ Hanneman exits the Three Commas Club and tries to set up a merger between Pied Piper and End Frame. Instead, Richard approaches Intersite, a porn conglomerate, who gives them a chance to compete for a contract with Endframe. He knows Pied Piper is faster because Gilfoyle accessed their files.
Richard accidentally sparks a feud that leads him to become paranoid about security.
Endframe security employee is fired, Erlich almost clinches a deal with Raviga for funding Jian Yang's app, and Pied Piper deletes loads of Intersite's content because of a Tres Comas bottle on the delete key.
Erlich demands to be put on stand as Pied Piper and Hooli enter Arbitration. Richard faces a moral dilemma now that he realizes that Hooli's claim may have successful potential. Meanwhile back at Pied Piper headquarters, Jared, Dinesh and Gilfoyle question a profound theory and it's affiliation to their live stream.
Big Head offers Richard a crappy beta of Nucleus. Hooli's lawsuit against Pied Piper enters binding arbitration and Richard admits to using a Hooli computer once to work on his algorithm. While removing the camera at the condor's nest, a park ranger falls, all on stream.
The verdict on Pied Piper's fate coincides with a startling real-life drama that makes their livestream immensely popular, and emotions run high as the gang tries to keep the company together.
The Pied Piper team handles a huge influx of viewers to their livestream to watch the rescue. In a twist, Pied Piper wins the lawsuit. Raviga aquires Russ Hanneman's portion of the company, and they replace Richard as the CEO.
Published: August 1st, 2015
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