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Westworld “Reunion” In a flashback, Arnold organizes a demonstration of the hosts to convince Logan to invest in Westworld. Logan’s father, James Delos, is critical of his son’s actions until William persuades him that the park can be used to spy on the guests. James proceeds to buy out the park and name William as his successor. Dolores encounters an embittered Logan, who tells her that they have doomed humanity. William shows her a special project that he is constructing within the park. In the present day, Dolores raids a refurbishment outpost and shows Teddy his true nature as a host. She then decides to recruit the Confederados to her cause and reveals she is searching for “the Valley Beyond”, which houses a weapon that can be used against the humans. William rescues Lawrence and heads to Pariah to recruit the host currently playing El Lazo. El Lazo, however, passes on a message from Ford, stating that William must complete the game on his own. He and his gang then commit mass suicide to prevent William from recruiting them. Undeterred by the setback, William continues on his quest to destroy his “greatest mistake”.

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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...


God Dammit, I Need To Sleep.

Hey Guys, To clarify, I believe the door ends up being on William’s secret building project, likely a lab. Not sure if you read my email last week. But, I...


Episode 2

Hey Guys, 1. What do you make of the ‘house’ Arnold brings Dolores to see? It doesn’t look like a house. The building blocks seem to have a pattern /...


Consciousness Transfer

Hey Guys, So if the consciousness transfer thing plays out, imagine this. Delos does come up with the ability to transfer human consciousness in to hosts BUT only as a...



Hey Guys, I wanted to provide some key context from my earlier email. You guys get much more credit for advancing my thought process, than I conveyed earlier, and I...