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Paste Q&A With Mackenzie Davis; Atlantic Applauds Halt

This week, Paste Magazine has a Q&A with Mackenzie Davis, while The Atlantic applauds Halt and Catch Fire. Plus, Vulture looks at the characters’ signature songs. Read on for more:

Paste Magazine conducts a Q&A with Mackenzie Davis, who reveals, “I think the more expressive, cathartic sides of Cameron are fun to play. I don’t really throw many tantrums in my real life, so it’s very therapeutic.”

The Atlantic labels Halt and Catch Fire “not only one of the smartest shows on air, but also one of the most watchable.”

Vulture reveals the “song that best epitomizes each character” on Halt and Catch Fire, according to the show’s music supervisor., exploring the idea of dream TV husbands and wives, picks Cameron as a dream wife “because the raging crush I have cannot be contained.”

Word and Film calls Halt and Catch Fire one of the great TV shows you’re not watching, noting that Season 2 gained “a critical following that could possibly spell greatness.”

HitFix wonders if there needs to be a Silicon Valley crossover “where the guys from Pied Piper meet much older versions of the Mutiny team from Halt and Catch Fire?”

The Dallas Morning News reports that the city’s iconic neon Big Tex sign, which made a cameo in the Halt and Catch Fire pilot, is for sale.

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