SPOILER ALERT: Don’t learn when you have not but watched the fourth episode of “Westworld” Season 3.
Seems to be like William has lastly reached the middle of his maze.
This episode of “Westworld” noticed the return of the Man in Black (Ed Harris) — nonetheless, he was removed from the assured gunslinger of the primary two seasons. As an alternative, he was a nervous, disturbed wreck, haunted by visions of his daughter (Katja Herbers), whom he shot and killed final season as a result of he thought she wasn’t actual.
What’s actual, nonetheless, is the specter of Charlotte Hale (Tessa Thompson) — or reasonably the host model of her — who tricked William to show he has gone mad, after which took full management of Delos.
In the meantime, the 2 dynamic duos of Dolores (Evan Rachel Wooden) and Caleb (Aaron Paul), and Bernard (Jeffrey Wright) and Stubbs (Luke Hemsworth) have been in a race to trace down Liam (John Gallagher Jr.), Dolores’ boyfriend from Episode 1, and kidnap him for his or her varied ends. The chase culminated in one other fancy social gathering, full but once more with bare fashions and ignorant wealthy folks.
After which there was the Maeve (Thandie Newton) storyline, which didn’t finish nicely for the previous madam on this episode, to say the least.
All three threads got here collectively on the finish for a rug-pull the scale of which we’ve all come to count on from “Westworld.”
Right here, Selection presents 5 of essentially the most burning ones from an advanced episode.
What does Dolores need with Caleb precisely?
She took him go well with buying, which sooner or later turned out to be awfully much like “The Sims.” Caleb swiped via some posh wanting outfits, however the entire time the viewers might have been questioning whether or not Dolores was simply taking part in video games with him, or whether or not she genuinely needed to assist him break away from his computer-generated destiny.
Have we seen the final of Stubbs?
After a bruising, extremely entertaining battle on the episode’s cocktail social gathering crescendo, Dolores chucked Stubbs off a balcony. A bit impolite, actually. We didn’t see him land, however absolutely he’ll have extra harm on him than the bruised shoulder he had been nursing up to now this season? With Bernard captured on the finish of the episode, it might be as much as Stubbs, if his motor capabilities haven’t been too frozen by the autumn, to avoid wasting the day.
Will William ever be put out of his distress?
It actually seems like poetic justice that William ended up trapped in a crazed thoughts maze, whose architect is without doubt one of the hosts his firm created. He might have lastly reached the middle of mentioned labyrinth, nonetheless, as Dolores took pleasure in assuring him, he won’t ever come any nearer to determining who he’s or what’s actual. Like his father James earlier than him, William has been left to reside out the remainder of his days trapped, insane and alone.
Who isn’t Dolores?
All via Season Three up to now, Bernard and followers of the present have been attempting to work out which different host’s pearls Dolores stole from the park, and into which our bodies she put them. Properly, it turned out that she hasn’t used any of them but, however has as a substitute managed to clone her personal consciousness and insert it into each host in the true world. Dolores is Dolores; Hale is Dolores; Connells (Tommy Flanagan) is Dolores; the man from Shogun World is Dolores, heck, who isn’t Dolores? Extra to the purpose…
Can anyone cease Dolores?
Serac’s (Vincent Cassel) plan was to ship Maeve, an equally clever killing machine, after Dolores to kill her. That’s going nicely up to now! The episode closed with Maeve sliced open with a Katana, her blood mixing with white fluid from close by barrels to type a lovely piece of paintings. Nonetheless, on the plus facet, the Shogun model of Dolores wasn’t fairly in a position to prize Maeve’s pearl from her cranium. Clearly we haven’t seen the final of Maeve, however at this level there doesn’t appear to be anybody who can cease Dolores aside from…Dolores herself?
“Westworld” airs Sundays at 9 p.m. on HBO.