SPOILER ALERT: Don’t learn when you have not but watched the sixth episode of “Westworld” Season 3.
This week’s episode of “Westworld” was primarily one lengthy remedy session.
William (Ed Harris) discovered himself in an asylum, surrounded by earlier variations of himself, whereas Maeve (Thandie Newton) sat down for a heart-to-heart together with her outdated pal Dolores (Evan Rachel Wooden) — or quite a Serac-fabricated copy of Dolores.
One character who was having a removed from cathartic expertise was host Hale (Tessa Thompson). Having bought Delos, Serac (Vincent Cassel) turned up eager on burning all of the hosts in storage to ashes and rooting out the mole that Dolores planted within the group. Fortuitously for host Hale, she was in a position to ship off the expertise wanted to breed hosts earlier than Serac came upon it was her who had been sabotaging him all alongside.
Hale appeared all however achieved for at a number of factors, however every time she had one other trick up her glossy, pink sleeves. When uncovered by Serac she set free a toxic fuel within the boardroom, killing everybody within the room aside from the maniacal Frenchman who, as soon as once more, was merely current as a hologram. A chase by the Delos constructing ensued, permitting Thompson to point out off her full array of badass motion strikes, the spotlight of which concerned overpowering a person twice her measurement in an elevator and placing a bullet at the back of his head.
Nonetheless, after returning house triumphant with solely a pair minor bullet wounds, host Hale and her household had been hit by a basic “Westworld” punch within the face.
With out additional ado, Selection presents 5 of probably the most burning ones from a not-so-therapeutic episode.
May host Hale have settled down together with her human household?
The tragedy of this episode is that host Hale was lastly discovering love and different human feelings. It’s clear that she was contemplating abandoning her ruthless overlord Dolores and settling down with the true Hale’s companion and son. Nonetheless, that dream went up in flames (too quickly?) on the finish of the episode. It appeared like host Hale won’t ever know real love.
What’s one of the best ways to get rid of a physique sooner or later?
Neglect burying your corpses below the porch or dissolving them in a vat of acid à la “Breaking Unhealthy,” this episode supplied a far easier, extra elegant answer: pack up your useless our bodies at the back of garden mower. Early within the episode, a Delos board member received popped within the head by one among Serac’s males posing as a gardener, who then popped his limp physique into the again of his futuristic garden mower. There was one thing distinctly “Fargo” about the entire thing.
What would it not be wish to be caught in remedy with earlier variations of your self?
Trapped in a twisted psychological asylum, William was compelled right into a simulation remedy circle with all the previous variations of himself: younger boy William, Jimmi Simpson fresh-faced William, the Man in Black William, and fashionable older William. The session is led by Logan Roy, sorry, James Delos, who pushes him to brutally homicide the opposite Williams with a folding steel chair. Nonetheless, the episode ends with mild on the finish of William’s tunnel…
Can Bernard (Jeffrey Wright) and Stubbs (Luke Hemsworth) get William again on observe?
William was rescued from that horrific simulation by Bernard and Stubbs, the latter of whom appeared to have handled being thrown off a balcony by Dolores quite effectively. After a number of episodes stuffed with torture, distress and existential dread, maybe issues are trying up for William? Absolutely if anybody can act because the soothing, soft-spoken therapist he so desperately wants, it’s Bernard.
So Hale is principally Darth Vader now?
The tip of the episode noticed host Hale crawl from the flaming wreck of her household’s automotive. She misplaced her boyfriend, her son, and her beautiful pink swimsuit, however what she has gained was a fetching Darth Vader-esque look and a style for vengeance. I sense the darkish aspect may very well be getting stronger on this one.
“Westworld” airs Sundays at 9 p.m. on HBO.