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Joe and Cameron Remember Things Differently (What Else Is New?) in Exclusive Halt and Catch Fire Clip

AMC’s Halt and Catch Fire is one of the best, and most underrated shows on TV right now. If you haven’t been watching, you’ll soon be able to binge the entire thing, as the show is currently in its final season. For those of you who watch Halt religiously (or those of you who aren’t caught up and don’t care about spoilers), AMC has provided us with an exclusive preview clip to share!

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Tomorrow night’s episode is Episode 5 of the fourth and final season. Titled “Nowhere Man,” the official synopsis for the episode is, “Donna struggles with suspicion. Bosworth hits a breaking point. Joe unburdens to Gordon while Cameron faces past mistakes.” That could be the synopsis for SO MANY EPISODES. The clip, however, is way more interesting than the synopsis:

In it, Joe (Lee Pace) asks Cameron (Mackenzie Davis) to help him and Gordon, and she is less than thrilled that she’s being asked only after Joe and Gordon kept their “little club” to themselves. Joe, however, seems to remember asking Cameron to take part, and that she’s the one who turned him down. They seem to be hitting a breaking point in their relationship. Except that for these two, their relationship is all breaking points.

That’s what makes them so fascinating to watch!

Are you watching Halt and Catch Fire? What do you think of this season so far? Let us know in the comments below!

Halt and Catch Fire airs on AMC Saturdays at 9PM ET.

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