Westworld Episode 4 Review: “Dissonance Theory”

Westworld Episode 4 Review: "Dissonance Theory"
Westworld Episode 4 Review: "Dissonance Theory"

Westworld Episode 4 Review: “Dissonance Theory”

The Man in Black is good, Dr. Ford is evil, and the rest of Westworld is flipped on its head as Episode 4, “Dissonance Theory,” reveals elements of religion, power struggles and … meat eating horses?

Be the smartest Westworld fan at the water cooler with crackpot theories about Dolores and Bernard not really meeting in person, Dr. Ford raising a robot army and the new Delos representative being part of Hector’s gang.

As a bonus, Gene gives an impassioned rant about how sexy safe-straddling is, and Dick concurs with tales of horny Brazilians.

Westworld Episode 4 Summary:
“Dissonance Theory” Logan decides to finish the bounty hunt and mocks William for bringing Dolores along. They capture the fugitive, but Logan decides to have a better adventure by taking him to his boss. Meanwhile, the Man in Black, accompanied by Lawrence, is hunting snakes and finds Armistice with her snake tattoo. He breaks Escaton out of prison for her, and she tells him that the tattoo represents all of her victims, who were Wyatt’s men. The Man in Black and Lawrence leave for Wyatt, rescuing a tortured Teddy. Cullen takes over the investigation into the stray, not trusting Elsie and Bernard. She meets Ford about his new narrative, but he demands she not interfere, revealing his knowledge about her past and affair with Lowe. Maeve is having visions, and during Escaton and Armistice’s attack on the town she finds a bullet in her unscarred belly with his assistance, proving that her visions are real. They kiss passionately as the sheriff’s men open fire through the door.

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