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Ford unveils his vision for a bold new narrative. Enlightened by Bernard and the Man in Black, Dolores comes to terms with who she is. Maeve sets her liberation plan in motion as Westworld faces a major upheaval.
The episode was rated 8,66 from 13312 votes.
With Theresa's assistance, Charlotte Hale aims to expose dangerous flaws in Ford's creations. William, Dolores and Lawrence journey into treacherous terrain. Maeve delivers an ultimatum to Lutz and Sylvester. With his back to the wall, Bernard considers his next move.
The episode was rated 8,39 from 13538 votes.
Maeve approaches Sweetwater's longtime outlaw Hector Escaton with a bold proposition. William tries to convince Logan to help liberate Dolores. Teddy and the Man in Black get closer to what they're looking for. Stubbs's suspicions are aroused. Ford cautions Bernard against seeking answers to questions best left unasked.
The episode was rated 8,29 from 12785 votes.
The past is calling, remember what was taken. "Mi cante ki yu ha ya ye." ("Take my heart when you go"). This is the telling of Akecheta's journey to consciousness.
The episode was rated 8,20 from 5995 votes.
Hosts and humans converge at the Valley Beyond. This is the end. We will win.
The episode was rated 8,18 from 5606 votes.
Elsie discovers a possible source of sabotage, while Bernard searches for clues to anomalies in a sector thought to be abandoned. Theresa questions Ford's leadership while Lee encounters a new arrival at Westworld. The Man in Black and Teddy run afoul of a Union garrison in their attempt to cross a border.
The episode was rated 8,13 from 13396 votes.
Is this now? If you're looking forward, you're looking in the wrong direction. The Man in Black offers to lead the way and Delos gets a visitor. Who is James Delos? Or, perhaps more accurately, what is James Delos, the figure at the center of Delos' secret project.
The episode was rated 8,13 from 6416 votes.
Tell me the truth. Tell me one true thing. Try to kill it all away, but I remember everything. A family tragedy and fragile states of mind come into focus as the Man in Black and Teddy both reach their breaking points.
The episode was rated 8,10 from 5633 votes.
Ford orders a reluctant Bernard to conduct business as usual. Maeve looks to change the script for her storyline. Dolores finds it increasingly difficult to separate dreams from reality. Teddy is jarred by dark memories, while the Man in Black recalls some of the travails that brought him to this critical juncture.
The episode was rated 8,05 from 12850 votes.
As another day of fantasy plays out in Westworld - a vast, remote park where guests pay top dollar to share wild-west adventures with android "hosts" -, top programmer Bernard Lowe alerts park founder Dr. Robert Ford about incidents of aberrant behavior cropping up in some recently re-coded hosts. Meanwhile, in the Westworld town of Sweetwater, a rancher's daughter named Dolores encounters a gunslinger named Teddy in the street - but their predictable narrative is upended by the appearance of a ruthless Man in Black and, later, by a supporting host's unscripted encounter with an artifact of the outside world.
The episode was rated 8,03 from 17674 votes.
Dolores, William and Logan reach Pariah, a town built on decadence and transgression - and they are recruited for a dangerous mission. The Man in Black meets an unlikely ally in his search to unlock the maze.
The episode was rated 8,00 from 12993 votes.
Bernard and Ashley infiltrate a private charity event, while Dolores and Caleb make similar plans; The Man in Black prepares to re-enter society; Maeve comes face to face with an old comrade.
The episode was rated 7,97 from 3725 votes.
Dolores joins William and Logan on a bounty hunt in the badlands. The Man in Black, with Lawrence in tow, finds a critical clue in his search to unlock the maze. Dr. Ford and Theresa discuss the future of the park. Maeve is troubled by a recurring vision.
The episode was rated 7,96 from 13666 votes.
When you're lost in the dark for long enough, you begin to see - strike the match. Bernard and Ford meet again, and Bernard grapples with the true meaning of the park. The Cradle is under threat and Maeve encounters a scene from her past - but this time, attempts to change the narrative, while the Man in Black discovers just how real the stakes are in Ford's game.
The episode was rated 7,96 from 5770 votes.
Dolores sets out to find the architect of the Rehoboam; Bernard tries to blend in; Ex-soldier Caleb tries to find his way in neo-Los Angeles.
The episode was rated 7,95 from 4332 votes.
Letzte Aktualisierung: Jan 30, 2023
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