The best-laid plans continue to crumble on Westworld Season 2 Episode 9 as we learn more about William's history and his intent with the park.
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Westworld Review: A Flower Growing in the Dark
Westworld Season 2 Episode 8 finally reveals the importance of the Ghost Nation and Akecheta in particular to the overall arch of the story. Read on.
Westworld Review: Akane No Mai
Two, two, two worlds are better than one is something we learn comes courtesy of Sizemore on Westworld Season 2 Episode 5. Unsure what's going on? Read!
Westworld Review: Riddle of the Sphinx
Westworld Season 2 Episode 4 streamlined its focus to William and Bernard. William appeared to grow while Bernard became someone we no longer recognize. Read on.
Westworld Review: Virtù e Fortuna
On Westworld Season 2 Episode 3 as everyone in the park struggles to survive, humans and AI alike, viewers get their first look outside of the Old West.
Westworld Review: Reunion
We went back to the beginning with Westworld Season 2 Episode 2 learning more about the relationship between Arnold and Dolores and how she knows so much.
Westworld Season 2 Premiere: Journey Into Night
On Westworld Season 2 Episode 1 while Bernard tries to recall what happened the night of the donor's dinner, we also catch up with the fully sentient Dolores and Maeve.
Westworld Season Finale Review: The Bicameral Mind
On the Westworld Season 1 Finale Maeve makes her play to leave for the real world while Dolores makes like Pinocchio and comes alive. Who makes out better?
Westworld Review: The Well-Tempered Clavier
What is real? After watching Westworld Season 1 Episode 9, it's still hard to tell. Even after the death of a major character, is it time to worry they're gone?
Westworld Review: Trace Decay
On Westworld Season 1 Episode 8 Bernard starts to question his reality and Ford, while Teddy gets The Man in Black into a compromising, yet rewarding, position. Read on!
Westworld Review: Blood Sacrifice
Theresa learned the hard way on Westworld Season 1 Episode 7 that there are more ways than one to be deceived. How did her perspective change on the topic?