In episode two of HBO’s The Young Pope, a scene begins with a caged kangaroo thrashing about inside a nearly-filled warehouse that has been drenched in an eerily peaceful mixture of midday sun and unflattering fluorescents. A handsome, forty-something man from Brooklyn—followed by a small collection of men and women that he intimidates—opens the kangaroo’s cage, delicately extends his bejeweled hand, and begins rubbing his fingers together. This gesture—whether by magic, coincidence, or act of god—convinces the previously unruly kangaroo to exit its cage quietly. The others, struck dumb, stare at this strange, handsome man. This young pope.
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