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Season 4, Episode 10 – After the debacle at Hooli-con, Richard and the gang realize their code had some unintended effects and need to find a new solution for their data storage before anyone else finds out it was them. Luckily, out in Tibet, Erlich lets out a piece of information to Gavin Belson that might just help them out of their situation.
Season 4, Episode 9 – After Erlich makes his less than grand departure to seek guidance and wisdom from a surprising friend, the guys set out to enact their stealth operation at Hooli-Con and find themselves again, at the mercy of Richard’s pettiness. This time though, Jared has had enough and let’s that be known.
Season 4, Episode 8 – Richard finds that his last business deal is costing the Pied Piper everything they have. Luckily, Erlich’s has a new partner (played by Haley Joel Osment) who might be the savior they’ve been looking for to get the company to its next level.
Season 4, Episode 7 – Richard faces the first obstacle of Pied Piper’s new Gavin-less company when he attracts the ire of a seasoned patent troll. Meanwhile back at the house, the Dinesh and Gilfoyle deal with Jian Yang’s “smart refrigerator” while Jared looks for business help from an unlikely person.
Season 4, Episode 6 – With Gavin now out of the picture again, Richard gathers the troops to find other means of funding and unfortunately finds the one possible option available brings with it dirt from Erlich’s past. Meanwhile, Dinesh and Gilfoyle start an all out war after their platform test goes wrong.
Season 4, Episode 5 – Richard finds himself in hot water with Gavin after insulting one of Gavin’s more specific staff members. Meanwhile, Dinesh struggles with finding a way to get out of his relationship with Mia without her ruining his life.
Season 4, Episode 4 – Richard possibly makes a deal with the silicon devil by entering a business partnership with none other than Gavin Belson. Meanwhile, Erlich tries to work out how to get out of his partnership in See Food with Jian Yang.
Season 4, Episode 3 – Richard finds unlikely helper in his quest to creating a new and open internet. Meanwhile, Erlich works on turning Jian Yang’s Octopus recipe app into something that people will actually want to buy.
Season 4, Episode 2 – Much to Richard’s annoyance, Dinesh quickly adjusts to the power of his new role as CEO of Piperchat and kicks him out of the platform. Unfortunately for Dinesh, a flaw in his terms of service agreement will have serious repercussions for him and the team. Meanwhile at Hooli, Gavin continues his cold war with the oblivious Jack Barker.
Season 4, Episode 1 – Silicon Valley returns with the team ready to get to work on a “new Pied Piper” utilizing Dinesh’s video chat, but Richard can’t let go of his algorithm or control leading to a big shift in the company hierarchy.
In the season finale, Richard fights to save Pied Piper from a sale to Hooli but makes a decision that may cost him a friendship that has anchored this series.
Pied Piper might be brilliant, but no one’s using it. Richard and Co. attempt to up their active user’s on this week’s Silicon Valley
Richard holds Erlich’s future in his hands and has to decide whether to keep him involved with Pied Piper on this week’s episode of Silicon Valley.
Team Pied Piper launches a beta version of their platform, which gets mostly positive results. Meanwhile, Erlich faces financial troubles that are not easily fixed this time.
On this week’s Silicon Valley, Richard and other members of Pied Piper get out onto the dating scene. Erlich, meanwhile, bleeds Big Head dry.
While Laurie decides who to fill the vacant role of CEO, Richard takes matters into his own hands and nearly makes a terrible mistake. Meanwhile, Elrich and Big Head negotiate the terms of their new incubator.
When Jack doesn’t budge on Pied Piper’s new direction, Richard and the guys go behind his back which results in hilarious and disastrous consequences.
New Pied Piper CEO Jack Barker institutes various changes at Pied Piper, as Richard struggles to keep a hold of what he thinks made his company special.