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510: Something Unforgivable (Spoilers)
WestWorld - 305: Genre
Westworld - 304: The Mother of Exiles
Westworld 303: The Absence of FieldThis was my favorite episode in a while, but it's still kind of polarizing for me because I find myself so frustrated with the Hale "mystery". Tessa Thompson is killing it, but instead of enjoying her performance, my mind is distracted by every piece of evidence. Is she hurting herself like Teddy/using sex as a tool like Clem & Angela/unstable like Abernathy? We'll find out later which ones were red herrings/coincidences in classic Westworld recontextualization, but this stuff is interesting on its own. I'd love to have the context that I'm watching Clem struggle with a new reality and being comforted by Dolores, or that it's Teddy once again trapped being used by someone he loves for a cause he doesn't know if he believes in.
But I guess Westworld is gonna Westworld. I was totally engrossed in the dynamic between Dolores and Caleb. It's really opened Dolores' character up to have a new reference for humanity she didn't seem to have in the park. And from Caleb's perspective, I like the idea that this force can enter his life with ability to knock him off the rails that "destiny" has put him on (for better or worse).