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  • “We were deployed to Crimea. Russian Civil War. There was nothing civil about it“ I guess I’ll pretend that writing and dialogue aren’t one of the shows many issues because the action sequences are so stellar. 
  • Crazy how Westworld’s security protocols allow for random beach drop-offs via old Chinese fishing boats. 
  • RedRanger9001 said: So if the third alter was baked into the beginning, then that could explain why Elliot doesn't recognize Darlene when he first meets her in S01E01. I like the idea that Elliot isn't the prime personality.  Someone else is …
  • After Qyburn remarks that one of the girls will be dead within the year from the pox, Bronn who had just been in a compromising position with one of them, practically does a spit-take on the wine he’s drinking, “Which girl??”
  •  Episode impression…  fucking ponderous. 
  •  I guess their "fuck" quotient has been raised to six or seven an episode.  Seems gratuitous. 
  • I'm with Jim, Jon crawls out of the lake on to the ice and Long Claw opens it's eye. No doubt. That was created in post.
  • I guess "noped out" is the phrase to use when's saying you've watched the show. Not me. I didn't love it though I did find it a very interesting watch. The acting is very good. And hand-in-hand with that, elements of the writing are fantastic- th…
  • It's going to be interesting going forward considering the only characters left are Maeve, Felix, Bernard, Teddy, Dolores, 47 Ronin and the rest of the hosts. When Teddy exited the train and began his town Loop and then went into his vision thing…
  • @Luke I too had a satisfied feeling by the end of this episode and to my mind that's because a story finally got told. It was too long in coming.
  • Season one of Westworld ends as if there will be no other seasons. Because the creators probably didn't know if there would be one. This, of course, opens it up to be an anthology series about other robot worlds like for instance, Samurai World, S…
  • I feel I need to point this out ... Maeve ordering Felix to fix Bernard? Yeah, I called that. Here, a week ago. And, yes, I want a cookie.
  • Half the Westworld audience all season: "LOL, two timelines and and Bernarnold is such bullshit." That same half of the audience now: "Wow, this show is show predictable. Lame." What evidence do you have that that's the same half of the audience…
  • I'm calling it now. Logan is MIB. 2 things with William being MIB didn't sit well. One if he is MIB why 30 years later does he discover Arnold's game when he knew of it when Dolores took him on that adventure also when MIB meets Dolores he has such …
  • What a great episode. I knew almost everything that was going to happen, and yet it was still enthralling. Can't believe Elsie and Bernarnold are gone! Not sure about Elsie but Bernard isn't gone. He's a robot and robots can be repaired real eas…
  • I get that the writers were showing us where the photo that breaks Abernathy comes from and the implications of the time frames. But does anyone else find it weird that Logan carries a picture of his sister on his sex/murder trip? What a creep. Esp…
  • Cool, I guess.  These "reveals" don't really do anything for me.  I'm waiting on the sentient bots to overthrow their creators.  To it's credit, these reveals were much better than the "aha" moments from Mr. Robot.  There's no ninja academy-dark web…
  • The most engaging episode thus far. Why? Because more of the actual story is being revealed and characters motivations are starting to bubble up. The Suck list - It sucks that they keep falling back on hackey storytelling tropes- The monster (…
  • I'm starting to wonder if the show is some sort of meta commentary on bad television writing.
  • Did not have a chance to post after the episode. But I have to get this out. Terrible episode, worst of the season. Nothing but an info dump. But they must've realize that, right? Especially with the Delos E-Suite exec's comment to Lee "you wr…
  • Also I think it's quite obvious Bernard is going to turn on Ford eventually. Of course he will at some point. The writers do love the standard tropes and "monster turns on its creator" is as standard as they come.
  • @James i still don't know why they are in hazmat suits. When they did the recall there where tech in period wear. I can't think of a good reason for the sometimes hazmat sometimes regular clothes. I know why. It's called lazy, unimaginative wr…
  • Even though the internet figured out that Bernard was probably a host in like episode two, I was really impressed with how well the show made that reveal, the sudden musical cue when he said "What door?" and Sidse Babett Knudsen's reaction to the in…
  • I'm amazed by all the positivity. The sappy bullshit between McPoyle and Dolores made the episode almost unbearable for me. And the Bernard reveal brings us into territory where we can trust nothing we see on screen and literally any hairbrained the…
  • I think this episode did a lot for the William=MIB theory, not concrete proof, but the philosophy present day Man in Black preaches sounds very similar to the realisation William comes to in train cart with Delores  I think you might be right. …
  • The only way Benard is a host is if "everybody" is also a robot? Your theory is too absolute. Where have we been shown that employees of the park can "always" tell a host just by looking at them? To my mind they know these robots because they int…
  • Westworld's raison d'être are plot driven mysteries (because it's obviously not the characters). To me, this is not a great show. It's an interesting show, that makes me wince, often. Some of my grievances- Week after week it becomes increasingl…
  • On the podcast Aron and Jim put forth the question; is Tyrell real and how do we know? The answer is- he is real. How do we know? Because he and Elliot are both on the FBI whiteboard. The scene does not involve Elliot so there is no unreliabl…
  • OH SHIT that dude who was operating the elevator was the same dude working in the back of that electronics shop when Elliot first meets white rose in season 1  Yeah... I'm getting kinda tired of that shit too... the meaningless Easter Eggs.  Pfffft…