As we near the conclusion of Westworld ' s season four, it seems clear we've known the ending the entire time. We've known, for instance, that Bernard (Jeffrey Wright) was always going to die, that the city was going to burn, and that the likelihood that everyone would survive was…well, let's just say, grim. As this episode reminds us, those things had already been spelled out back when we first saw Bernard decide to enter back into the world despite knowing how horrid the odds were of succeeding. But all he's ever needed is one chance. One sliver of hope. Maybe not for himself or for those he's recruited (including our beloved Maeve) but for the world as a whole. For humanity. And, yes, of course, for those like him. Watch 5 to watch: The A.V. Club’s best reviewed films of the week 01:56 Now playing “Prey” director, producer on taking the “Predator” franchise back in time Friday 6:09PM 01:50 Now playing Jane Fonda on “Luck” Thursday 8:07PM The episode ends in chaos. With Charlotte gone (more of that in a minute) and Christina's looped stories a thing of the past (ditto), it seems we're driven back to the wild… Read full this story
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