After so many spins and turns and fake-outs, the grand plan of the park finally plays out in true “Game of Thrones” style…
[Image via HBO] Right off the bat, let me say, that no matter how many articles I have written about Westworld, and how many times I have watched Season 1, I still feel like Jon Snow when it comes to knowing what needs to be known. But, here goes, this is my interpretation of what I saw in Episode 10 (entitled “The Bicameral Mind”) of the Season 1 finale of Westworld. I will break it down into characters and groups to try and make it work.
TL;DR: The hosts are alive. Everyone else is fucked.
[Image via John P. Johnson/HBO]
Maeve (Thandie Newton) gets herself made over completely thanks to that little fire she and Hector (Rodrigo Santoro) started in Episode 9 of Westworld. This also makes it easy for Sylvester (Ptolemy Slocum) and Felix (Leonardo Nam) to remove that pesky little explosive device that keeps her…
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