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Westworld Episode 6 Review: “Decoherence”

It only took six episodes, but Gene finally has tinfoil! Find out why he thinks Charlotte Hale was acting weird, and hear Big D’s far more plausible explanation. Ashley adds to the mix with a breakdown of William’s WWE group therapy, and we round out coverage of Westworld Season 3, Episode 6, by discussing the identities of the hosts being printed at Delos. In this “Decoherence” Deep Dive, the Shat Crew also delves into William’s mysterious blood protein, Charlotte’s incredible outfit, one particularly familiar orderly, and who was behind the car bombing that shocked us all.

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Westworld Episode 6 Instant Take: “Decoherence”

What a save! Episode 6 seemed to pump the brakes on all of Season 3’s momentum in the opening minutes but finished with a real bang as our Westworld warriors found violent new motivations that set the stage for an explosive finale. Big D loved the William group therapy session, and Ash was intrigued by the changes happening in Charlores. Gene just relished Decoherence’s multiple bloodbaths and incredible action sequences starring Tessa Thompson. Going into Tuesday’s Deep Dive, the Shat Crew touches lightly on William’s blood tracker, the mystery hosts being printed, and how far the Dolori can stray from their maker.

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Westworld Episode 4 Theories: “Riddle of The Sphinx”

Westworld Episode 4 Theories: “Riddle of The Sphinx”  Are you ready for a record 17 listener emails plus six voicemail Telegraphs? You sent more than 127 theories, observations, questions, and comments about Westworld Season 2, Episode 4, “Riddle of the Sphinx.” They ranged from “Is Delos already using the...

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Westworld Episode 4 Review: “Riddle of The Sphinx”

Westworld Episode 4 Review: “Riddle of The Sphinx” Westworld’s viewership is slumping, but our hearts are pumping. How can you not love a show that brings you horrifying glimpses of technological immortality? Or a show that examines time as a data point, rather than a linear absolute. This Deep Dive...

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Westworld Episode 4 Instant Take: “Riddle of the Sphinx”

Westworld Episode 4 Instant Take: “Riddle of the Sphinx” Westworld Season 2 just keeps getting darker with Episode 4: “Riddle of the Sphinx.” Recorded just minutes after the episode aired, this Instacast quickly outlines what we learned and the big new questions everyone is asking. If you guessed Delos is...

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Westworld Episode 2 Theories: “Reunion”

Westworld Episode 2 Theories: “Reunion” Poring over your Telegraphs. Pouring drinks. Poor us. Buckle up for a boozy ride as a tipsy Roger guides Gene, Dick, AND Kerri through this week’s listener mail. Topics include: Is the Man in Black terminally ill? Is Peter Abernathy a vehicle for Jim Delos?...

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Westworld Episode 2 Review: “Reunion”

Westworld Episode 2 Review: “Reunion” Don’t have time for the Westworld Deep Dive this week? Fast forward start to 55:25 for our most ambitious explanation of how Westworld came to be. Big D won’t call it a theory. It’s at least a hypothesis. Also on this supersized Deep Dive, we’ll...

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Westworld Episode 2 Instacast: “Reunion”

Westworld Episode 2 Instacast: “Reunion” Could Westworld Season 2 Episode 2 “Reunion” be the Rosetta Stone for the rest of the series? Catch our immediate reaction to this scope-expanding bundle of revelations. We’ll discuss Delos’ true mission, identify the “weapon” Dolores is seeking, outline the new rules of Westworld, and...