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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 9 Theories: “Vanishing Point”

Westworld Episode 9 Theories: “Vanishing Point” Your three original “Westworld” podcast hosts are back with a bursting mailbag as the Season 2’s finale looms on the horizon. This week’s Telegraph includes: Is William a host? Was Juliet’s reaction reasonable? Self-mutilation Father of The Year Awards An unhealthy amount of “LOST”...

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Westworld Episode 9 Review: “Vanishing Point”

Westworld Episode 9 Review: “Vanishing Point” Rog and Big D climb the Mesa Bar diving board to jump into the deep end of the Penultimate Episode of Westworld Season 2. During the podcast, the boys unravel: Which time frames are featured in the episode Who is Subject 001 Is William...

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Westworld Episode 9 Instant Take: “Vanishing Point”

Westworld Episode 9 Instant Take: “Vanishing Point”  The Penultimate episode of season two of Westworld focuses mainly on the troubled past of William (aka MiB) while explaining further details on Dr. Ford’s master plan. While Gene is on vacation in Chicago, Roger flies all the way to Florida in...

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Westworld Episode 7 Theories: “Les Ecorches”

Westworld Episode 7 Theories: “Les Ecorches”  Episode 7 heats up the Westworld debate as listeners write in to argue Charlotte could be Charlie; Dolores and Maeve are conflicting views of feminism; Angela really could charm the grenade off a horny QA thug; artificial intelligence is just waiting to spring...

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Mib Spark

Hey Guys, When Lawrence shoots the man in black, there’s a spark. As if the bullet hit something metal. Steven Milazzo

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Get Your Tinfoil Out

Hope I’m doing this in time! Hello from The Hague, and thank you, guys! I enjoy listening to all three WW episodes each week 🙂 OK. Here is a potentially very tinfoily thing that I am not sure I am going to successfully explain. Are we very sure about Ford’s...

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Nitpicking Your Nitpicking

Hey Guys, First… I love all your Westworld podcasts. I look forward to and listen to all of them every week. I really wish everybody in my life was talking about Westworld this much. Ok… So… Nitpicking is a given on a podcast like this. And usually, I don’t mind...

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Angela Is Way More Important To the Plot

Hey Guys, Angela is way more important to the plot than we are being led to believe. 3 host characters interact with humans and hosts on an admin-type level: Lawrence’s daughter, Akcheta and Angela. They are the only ones we’ve seen, so far, that can understand the difference between host...