Westworld Episode 7 Theories: “Passed Pawn”

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Westworld Episode 7 Theories: “Passed Pawn”

“Westworld” Episode 7’s Telegraph has more laughs per minute than anything we’ve done this season. Listeners wrote and called in about Maeve’s story arc, the real Dolores Prime, illogical fight scenes, EMPs, passed pawns, and French accents. You guys really can’t let go of the accents.

In this mailbag edition of Shat on TV, we also cover “Neuromancer,” exploding arms, minority roles in 2052, and whether Dolores and Maeve are just messing with each other. Also, Caleb takes center stage as Shat Nation points out similarities to Teddy and other clues to his purpose.

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Westworld Episode 7 Summary:
Charlotte tells Musashi Dolores is leaving her copies to die, just before Maeve’s new allies, Hanaryo and Clementine arrive to kill him. Dolores and Caleb arrive at Serac’s re-education center in Mexico where Solomon, the AI developed by Jean Mi, is constrained. Caleb discovers he is one of Serac’s outliers and one of the few that were successfully reconditioned: he and Francis became agents to bring in other outliers, using a pill to subdue their memories. Caleb also learns he was the one, manipulated by Rehoboam, to kill Francis. Maeve arrives at the facility to fight Dolores, and Dolores implores Solomon to establish Jean Mi’s plan for the world rather than Serac’s, while Caleb asks Solomon to help give him a future to kill Serac in. Maeve gains the advantage on Dolores but she uses an EMP to disable both of them as well as Solomon. Bernard and Ashley learn of Caleb’s special status, but as they leave, William proclaims his plans to rid the world of the remaining hosts.

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2 Responses

  1. Bridges says:

    I just want to tell you guys, I love ya’ll. Thanks for making a crazy time bearable. Thanks for giving me adult conversation and allowing my mind to wonder the halls of philosophy, theology, physics and other equally tantalizing subjects. Just thank you.

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