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Season 3 episodes (8)

1 Parce Domine
If you’re stuck in a loop, try walking in a straight line in the third season premiere. Venturing out into a new world, Dolores comes to understand that there is a darkness underlying it. Trying to survive in this new world, she seeks out Incite, a tech company which promises a type of utopia, using its vast artificial intelligence and aggregated data, Meanwhile, Bernard Lowe, a fugitive after being framed for the events in the park from last season, is trying to discover what Dolores’ path is. Lastly, we meet Caleb. With nothing left to lose, Caleb is moonlighting as a small-time criminal to supplement his construction job. By chance, he meets Dolores on one of his criminal endeavors.
2 The Winter Line
People put up a lot of walls. Bring a sledgehammer to your life. Maeve discovers that “Warworld” (set in war-torn 1943 Italy) is not what it seems – and that its maker is a tougher adversary than she anticipated. Reunited with Lee Sizemore (series regular SIMON QUARTERMAN), they venture to the Forge for answers. Meanwhile, Bernard returns to Westworld where he reunites with a familiar face.
3 The Absence of Field
If you don’t like what you see in the mirror, don’t blame the mirror. As the relationship evolves between Dolores and Caleb, the episode dives into Charlotte Hale’s backstory.
4 The Mother of Exiles
The Man in Black returns and learns that the truth doesn’t always set you free.
5 Genre
Just say no. During Dolores’s abduction of Liam Dempsey, Caleb is dosed with a powerful “genre” drug that manipulates his cognition and emotion, sending him on a chaotic road “trip” through hell - experiencing everything from horror to suspense, action and romance. Meanwhile, the episode delves into the intelligent, beguiling, charismatic and powerful Engerraund Serac. Almost god-like in his understanding of the world, Serac has a vision for humanity and how to make it better by controlling it. Dolores, however, rejects that vision and unleashes anarchy upon the world. Releasing everyone’s profile data, she allows everyone to realize their entire lives are playing out the way the system intended and feeling that all their free will is a lie. What does Dolores’s revolution really look like? And what has to happen for us all to be free?
6 Decoherence
Do a lot of people tell you that you need therapy?
7 Passed Pawn
A real friend is one who walks in when the rest of the world walks out.
8 Crisis Theory
Season Three Finale. Time to face the music.

About this show

Escape is not freedom. Chaos is not revolution. Independence is not negotiable. And free will is not free. Welcome back to Westworld, the Emmy®-winning drama series that follows the dawn of artificial consciousness and the evolution of sin. In Season Three, the real gods are coming... and they are very angry. Born into a world of pain, Westworld’s android hosts were never allowed to go or see one place: our world. But now, at the end of the game, they’re here. With the help of Aaron Paul’s very human Caleb, Dolores is ready to start a revolution. And if that doesn’t work, she can do it the old-fashioned way... and kill everyone. Aaron Paul, Vincent Cassell, Lena Waithe and Scott Mescudi join Evan Rachel Wood’s Dolores, Jeffrey Wright’s Bernard, Thandie Newton’s Maeve and Ed Harris’s William in the new season, which explores the nature of our reality, free will and what makes us human.
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Daniel Ware
December 10, 2016
Coming from Jonathan Nolan & Lisa Joy this is a slow burner of the type and quality rarely seen on TV. Sporting a phenomenal cast including Anthony Hopkins as Dr Ford at his at-times-menacing best. Do not dismiss as yet another robots/AIs gain consciousness story, the twists and turns will leave you constantly surprised and unusually for me I forced myself not to binge-watch all in one go, rather taking the time to appreciate each episode after viewing. The 90 minute finale will leave your jaw on the floor.
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Timothy Bates
December 29, 2016
There is a wealth of action, psychological drama, suspense. Packed with subtle references to literature and art, it's also technology, futurology, and a rollicking ride. This it keeps most of us entertained (perhaps not people twisted up in identity politics), while it tells a wonderful new story and asks deep questions about android minds and ours.
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justin cordery
May 1, 2018
Westworld has just taken the title 'Best thing I have ever watched' putting GOT into 2nd place.. It's a slow burner and a bit confusing but episode 10 makes sense of it all.. I can't wait for season 2
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