It's an apparent warning.
The preceding dialogue gives us a clue
Andolov: One rule before we go forward: you can't lose my money.
Axelrod: No. Of course not. My every move is geared to make and not lose money.
Andolov: No. You can't lose my money. If you do, we have problem.
The episode pretty well sets up Andolov as a (probably) sociopathic oligarch and ...
The second image - the picture from Billions - is a work of art by John Baldessari from 1988, called Astronauts and Businessmen.
Baldessari, besides being the "guy who puts dots over people's faces" (a well-known phrase from the artist himself), is also famous for juxtaposing words and images in his artworks, and often subverts or emphasizes the power of the ...
in a comment on this youtube clip
That is not the place to look for rational discussions or well-supported arguments. Beware the trolls looking for attention. Not everyone genuinely believes what they claim in a comment.
Nonetheless, every argument made here is easily defeated. I haven't seen Billions, I'm simply responding to the arguments that were made.
We don't know.
Out of Universe
The actress, Ilfenesh Hadera scored a part in the Baywatch movie and then moved on to other series, notably She's Gotta Have it and, perhaps more importantly, a starring role in Deception
No. The line seems very literal to me: Wags and Axe did not own any computers when they were growing up. What he's suggesting is that movies were all they had to entertain themselves with, and therefore, they watched a lot of jailhouse movies.
Rather than answering the question directly, Wags is trying to justify the number of jailhouse movies he and Axe ...
The only "explanation" we get is from Taylor who says
"It's a big part of why I asked Sara to become COO. Her reputation, first as Chief of Staff for the Supe*, - then in Silicon Valley."
* I'm assuming this is the Superintendent of the Naval Academy at Annapolis as that institution is referened earlier.
The implication is ...
If you mean "based on" as in "inspired by", then possibly yes to Elon Musk according to the writer of this article,
A chief executive officer inspires such fervor only so often. As a
tech celebrity, Musk has eclipsed the reclusive late Steve Jobs or
nerdy Bill Gates, in the sense that his dreams, including populating
Mars and burrowing transport-...