After episode two centered more on the guest experience and the at the back of-the-scenes place of job drama of the park, remaining evening’s Westworld back to the question posed the series best: What occurs when the hosts begin to needless to say?
if you happen to recall the situations of the pilot episode, a latest update to a couple Hosts’ code allowed them to access memories of previous events and even previous “lives” (more like previous stories, really). on a regular basis, those recollections are deleted and the Hosts continue going about their day by day loops except a guest interacts with them. Now they, specifically Dolores, are remembering one of the crucial bad things the guests do to them.
The episode starts with Bernard interviewing Dolores, looking to resolve the hallucinations and malfunctions the hosts are experiencing. He has her learn a passage from Alice in Wonderland, and we examine that he has lost a son. He says perhaps that’s why he’s so serious about Dolores.
When she wakes up, Dolores begins her routine and finds a gun in her drawer, citing reminiscences of the man in Black dragging her into the barn. throughout her loop, Teddy tries to show her learn how to shoot a gun, but she will be able to’t seem to tug the trigger. We study that only certain Hosts are ready to make use of weapons, as a safety precaution.
in the meantime, William is warming as much as Westworld. When he shoots an outlaw in the street, he begins to come to a decision what section he wants to play. Logan would somewhat stay in the brothel except the “excellent stuff” comes along, but William drags him out into the desert to seek out a wanted man. We also research that while friends can’t be killed, getting shot nonetheless hurts enough to depart a bruise.
Bernard and Elsie inspect the incident from the primary episode, the place one Host killed six others he wasn’t imagined to. Elsie says that he let three other hosts go and that the six he killed were characters that had killed him in earlier tales. It seems he has now remembered and was out for revenge. additionally they hear him talking to a voice in his head that he calls Arnold.
When Bernard asks Ford if he’s ever heard of an Arnold, Ford reveals that Arnold was once his associate and the co-creator of the park. Arnold wished more from the Hosts. When one passed the Turing take a look at, that wasn’t enough. Arnold wished to create actual recognition, indistinguishable from people. Ford finds that Arnold died within the park years in the past.
After receiving information of a stray Host wandering the desert, Elsie and Stubbs go after it. They explore the host’s tent and in finding extraordinary carvings made by using the Host, together with one of the vital constellation Orion on a rock. wondering what would lead to a number to do that, they observe it up a hill and in finding it stumbling around in a crevasse.
Stubbs deactivates it and starts to chop its head off to look what went wrong when the Host wakes up. He stumbles against Elsie, knife still caught in its neck. It picks up a rock and holds it high and brings it down on its own head. The host dedicated suicide and we have no thought why. perhaps it found out its world was once a faux and made up our minds to end it all? We’ll have to wait and notice.
eventually, Teddy has been given a new backstory involving an outlaw named Wyatt who started a demise cult as part of Ford’s grand new storyline. His backstory takes him out on a bounty hunt the place he finds he can’t kill the cult members and is readily introduced down. what is Ford’s new story anyway? Does it actually supply company the chance to enroll in a demise cult?
Teddy’s backstory way he isn’t there to save lots of Dolores from the bandits that assault her farm. identical to every night time, she rides to her house to peer her father lifeless on the ground and a bandit drags her into the barn. This time though, as a result of she remembers the night time with the person in Black, she has hidden the gun from the beginning of the episode within the hay. Her life in peril, she is ready to struggle her programming and pull the trigger, killing the bandit. She escapes the barn and runs into the desolate tract where she falls into William’s palms.
After episode three, we’re left with more questions than ever. What precisely is Dr. Ford working on? was his “reveries” replace that began the whole mess simply to make the Hosts more practical? Or does his grand new story require hosts to maintain their reminiscences? Can Dolores kill friends now?
In certainly one of Bernard’s conversations with Dolores, he introduced up evolution. He knows allowing her to keep her recollections, now not resetting her again to her original state, was once a mistake. but he says errors are how evolution occurs. He additionally admits that, being disadvantaged of a son, he needs to look his advent develop and alter. perhaps that’s the purpose of Ford’s new story. perhaps he thinks it’s time for the park to conform.
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