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Old 07-07-2018, 06:48 AM   #1781
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I struggled through Season 2 of Westworld and it seems every new episode doesn't lead anywhere.

I have the final episode of Season which is 1 1/2 hours long from 2 weeks ago and I haven't even touched it.
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Old 07-07-2018, 08:52 AM   #1782
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Essentially, if you think of S01 as the rise of sentience and S02 as the revolution, and that the outcome Dolores wants for her species, what Delos wants and what Ford wanted are three different things, it makes sense.
The hardest thing I found was accepting that everyone who worked for Delos was a sadistic psychopath. And yes, it is hard keeping the shifting timelines in focus. Where exactly does the post-credit scene in E10 fit in?

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Old 07-07-2018, 10:43 AM   #1783
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I will let you know after I watch E10.

Maybe a couple of more weeks before I do or it may be today or tomorrow.

I have to be in a special mood nowadays just to sit down and watch Westworld.
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Essentially, if you think of S01 as the rise of sentience and S02 as the revolution, and that the outcome Dolores wants for her species, what Delos wants and what Ford wanted are three different things, it makes sense.
The hardest thing I found was accepting that everyone who worked for Delos was a sadistic psychopath. And yes, it is hard keeping the shifting timelines in focus. Where exactly does the post-credit scene in E10 fit in?
It's supposed to be in the "far, far future".
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It's supposed to be in the "far, far future".
That's the explanation that occurred to me too, but I haven't really guessed anything right in both seasons, not even The Man In Black.
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That's the explanation that occurred to me too, but I haven't really guessed anything right in both seasons, not even The Man In Black.
The series' coproducer, Lisa Joy, confirmed it in an interview released after the finale. All we know is that The Man in Black (William) is in a host body but seemingly unaware of it? When that host looking like his dead daughter tells him "he's in his world or what's left of it", I wasn't sure if she meant the park or the world in general.
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Season One of Teachers. It's really funny and the kid actors are as good as the adults.
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Preacher--Season 3

Jesse Custer stays in the loving arms of his crazy grandma and her two adoring psycho hillbilly caretakers. Won't spoil it, but the weirdness continues as Jesse is still trying to get his soul back from Herr Starr and The Grail so that he can use Genesis. Without it he is powerless against his "kinfolk" who murdered his dad and mom. If grandma can revive Tulip, will this create a wedge between Jesse and Cassidy? What if the crazy hicks find out Cassidy is a vamp? What does Starr want in return for Jesse's soul? These questions are answered so far in the season. But I can reveal that...so far...NO Arseface, Hell, or Saint Of Killers stuff which is kind of disappointing but understandable. I think they want to develop Jesse's story a bit more. Plus it was cool seeing how the comic now has a version exclusive to the show.
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Kevin Costner plays a modern day big rancher in Montana, who does whatever it takes to keep in control of all his land and everything...and everyone on it. He uses his children, the local government, strong arm tactics...he even brands the people who work for him! I love a good western, especially one where the chief character is such an antihero. Three episodes in, the first being an hour and a half movie. I'm effectively hooked. It's a lot like Legends Of The Fall...which itself was a lot like East Of Eden. But it's a series on Paramount. Lots of social issues and treachery abound. Won't spoil it anymore...but I do give it a thumbs up. B
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I struggled through Season 2 of Westworld and it seems every new episode doesn't lead anywhere.
I have the final episode of Season which is 1 1/2 hours long from 2 weeks ago and I haven't even touched it.
Well, I'd say watch it because it is FUCKING EPIC. It is much better than previous episodes. It's like the whole idea of season 2 was this 10th episode, and they had to think of a way to fill in the other 9


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And yes, it is hard keeping the shifting timelines in focus. Where exactly does the post-credit scene in E10 fit in?
Once you get to learn the different timelines, it's not that hard; depends on how each viewers' minds work. Even the smarter ones will get lost, because their minds will be looking for answers on every detail, in every scene, instead of letting themselves get carried away by the story. Of course the writers should be doing a better work along the way so viewers don't stop watching.

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The series' coproducer, Lisa Joy, confirmed it in an interview released after the finale. All we know is that The Man in Black (William) is in a host body but seemingly unaware of it? When that host looking like his dead daughter tells him "he's in his world or what's left of it", I wasn't sure if she meant the park or the world in general.
I guess she meant the park. Is William in a host body? Looks like that. I'm thinking he is the final subject in the experiment on taking a human conscience into a host's body, seeing how previous attempts have failed, and he seems to think he's only a troubled human being. I don't remember right now, but I think there's a scene in episode 10 where he briefly "slips" like the hosts do when they come in contact with conflicting memories.
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