Succession Season 3 finale, explained.
Warning: this post contains BIG SPOILERS for the final episode of Succession season 3. If you haven’t already, go watch it on Foxtel or Binge and find us here.
Very well well. If it’s not Tom Wambsgans.
The final shine of Successionseason three of ‘s had it all: a wedding, a war room, a potential future strange prince of Europe, and of course, many of treason.
In the finale, the Roy siblings finally rally together (minus the “big brother” Connor, who is too busy celebrating the fact that he finally crushed his escort girlfriend Willa enough for her to accept his request. in marriage, with a “how extremely romantic can he be?”) FINALLY. After three seasons of internal fighting and public humiliation, Kendall, Roman and Shiv have realized that this has been Logan’s plan ever since. the beginning, and really, they’re a lot stronger together.
For a moment, it looks like they’re going to pull it off and stop their dad from selling Waystar Royco, which in their own words leaves them “f *** ed”. Or as f *** ed as those rich obscene billionaires can be.
When Logan realizes he can’t pull Roman, whom he considers the weakest link, away from the other two, he plays his hand: someone warned him enough that he managed to rearrange. his divorce agreement with Caroline, leaving the children without their trump card.
In the process, Logan lost his children and his business, but he still proclaims a victory. As he leaves, Tom arrives. With a simple tap on the shoulder, it becomes clear how he managed to pull it off.