‘Succession’ Star Nicholas Braun Recaps Tom’s Big Freakout | Entertainment Weekly

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Warning: This video contains spoilers for Sunday night’s episode of Succession.

Waystar Royco executive Tom Wambsgans (Matthew Macfadyen) and his much put-upon subordinate Greg Hirsch (Nicholas Braun) spent the first half of Succession’s third season terrified by the prospect of going to jail as the result of corporate crimes. When Tom learned during Sunday night’s episode that they likely won’t be incarcerated, he celebrated by erupting in the office of “Cousin Greg,” upturning his terrified corporate underling’s desk and shouting with foulmouthed joy before telling his colleague the good news and tenderly kissing him on the forehead.

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