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Westworld Episode 3 Review Virtu e Fortuna

Westworld Episode 3 Review: “Virtù e Fortuna”

Westworld Episode 3 Review: “Virtù e Fortuna” Episode 3 of Westworld Season 2 wasn’t filler. “Virtu e Fortuna” is a vital link, the connective tissue that binds the bones Episode 1 with the muscle of Episode 2. This Westworld Deep Dive explores: Who is the woman in The Raj? What...

Westworld Episode 3 Instant Take: “Virtù e Fortuna”

Westworld Episode 3 Instant Take: “Virtù e Fortuna”

Westworld Episode 3 Instant Take: “Virto¹ e Fortuna” Roger returns to the podcast much soberer than the last episode as the Shatty Trio provide their instant thoughts of Episode 3 of Westworld Season 2, “Virto¹ e Fortuna”. The world that Delos created has gotten much larger, and so has our...

Ptolemy Slocum Interview (Sylvester on Westworld)

Westworld’s Ptolemy Slocum “Sylvester” Interview

Westworld’s Ptolemy Slocum “Sylvester” Interview Ptolemy Slocum, Westworld’s Sylvester, shares his views on Westworld Season 1 and the creative process. Hear how he made his way to Hollywood from Kenya, what it was like to work with Felix and Maeve, and why he calls Luke Hemsworth “The God of Parties.”...

Westworld Episode 10 Theories: "The Bicameral Mind"

Westworld Episode 10 Theories: “The Bicameral Mind”

Westworld Episode 10 Theories: “The Bicameral Mind” The Season One Finale of Westworld overwhelmingly answered many of the questions and theories presented throughout the season, however, that didn’t stop the #ShatNation from filling our Telegraph Inbox. Gene, Rog, & Big D close up 2016 by responding to the Top 15...

Westworld Episode 10 Review: "The Bicameral Mind"

Westworld Episode 10 Review: “The Bicameral Mind”

Westworld Episode 10 Review: “The Bicameral Mind” Westworld’s season finale, “The Bicameral Mind,” threw an avalanche of action and answers our way — an episode truly worth of a Deep Dive. Let’s plunge into the significance and perils of the maze, explore why Bernard’s death and resurrection make sense, and...

Westworld Episode 10 Instant Take: "The Bicameral Mind"

Westworld Episode 10 Instant Take: “The Bicameral Mind”

Westworld Episode 10 Instant Take: “The Bicameral Mind” Whether you loved seeing hosts buzzsaw through security or cringed at so many answers being crammed into a 90-minute gasp, Westworld episode 10: “The Bicameral Mind” thoroughly closed the loop on season 1. This quick Instacast covers the season finale’s most pressing...

Westworld Episode 8 Theories: "Trace Decay"

Westworld Episode 8 Theories: “Trace Decay”

Westworld Episode 8 Theories: “Trace Decay” Just when we thought Westworld’s depths had been plumbed, listeners wrote in with fresh insights on Dr. Ford as the Singularity, how host bodies work, the meaning behind the number 30 and … HOST BABIES? There’s also the question of whether Maeve can control...

Westworld Episode 8 Review: "Trace Decay"

Westworld Episode 8 Review: “Trace Decay”

Westworld Episode 8 Review: “Trace Decay” Instead of bringing Westworld fans together, the answers we got in Episode 8, “Trace Decay,” have driven wedges between schools of Westworld thought. Does the Man in Black’s backstory confirm he’s William or make it less likely? Is Bernard a born killer or newly...

Westworld Episode 8 Instant Take: "Trace Decay"

Westworld Episode 8 Instant Take: “Trace Decay”

Westworld Episode 8 Instant Take: “Trace Decay” Forget theories, Westworld Episode 8 brought us an armored train of explosive facts. In this quick Instacast, we set aside the hypotheticals and focus on what fans know after viewing “Trace Decay.” Among the findings: Bernard has hurt others before, there’s no hiding...

Westworld Episode 7 Theories: "Trompe L'Oeil"

Westworld Episode 7 Theories: “Trompe L’Oeil”

Westworld Episode 7 Theories: “Trompe L’Oeil” This week’s Westworld fan mail is bursting with strong theories: Dolores’ role as a custom narrative for William, Teddy being based on William, Arnold being the man depicted ushering Dolores toward consciousness, Hector improvising poetry in his blacklisted conversation, and more. Other theories are...