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'Westworld' finale leaves us with 'chaos' for Season 2

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This post contains spoilers for Westworld Season 1, Episode 10, titled "The Bicameral Mind." Read the recap for episode 9 here

Westworld’s finale was a near-perfect end point to a fantastic season of sci-fi television, not to mention a tantalizing platform from which Season 2 will launch.


The Man in Black was William all along; Dolores was "Wyatt," incited to kill her fellow hosts by Arnold as a way of derailing the park's original opening; Ford actually wasn’t the villain (that was a double-twist!); and the hosts initiated the bloodbath viewers have been anticipating (courtesy of Ford’s final act and Chekhov’s frozen host army). Read more...

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