Is Westworld even Westworld if it's not trying to break your brain? It's a valid question, and I think "no" would be a valid answer. But since the show left the park at the end of season two to explore the dystopia of the real world, the third season felt like everything was a mystery until the final pair of episodes, which left the answers feeling either unsatisfying or unearned. Now that season four has arrived , it seems clear the show knows it can't be completely baffling and must parcel out some answers goes . Watch Spoilers of the Week | July 1st 01:43 Now playing Why Keanu? Why? | Crypto Nonsense Thursday 3:29PM 01:02 Now playing What Song Would Matthew Modine Use to Escape Vecna? Thursday 12:22PM Actually, it's kind of impressive that "Well Enough Alone" is as great as it is when it primarily focuses on only three characters and two storylines, being William (Ed Harris) the Host (minion of the human-hating, Dolores-corrupted control unit inside the body of Charlotte Hale) and then the further adventures of Maeve (Thandiwe Newton) and Caleb (Aaron Paul). There are a few brief check-ins with Dolores lookalike Christina (Evan Rachel Wood)… Read full this story
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