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Monday, 30 April 2018

21 Surprising Things We Learned In Westworld Season 2, Episode 2

Westworld Season 2 spoilers ahead!


Westworld Season 2, Episode 2, "Reunion," was a better episode than the Season 2 premiere. More importantly, we learned plenty of new tidbits about Westworld and the characters who run and inhabit it this week.

Did any of our Season 2 premiere theories pan out? Did this build on any of the things we learned last week? Keep reading to find out what was new in Westworld in Season 2, Episode 2.


1. Arnold was building a house in China (maybe) for his family.


Before he died, Arnold was apparently building a house in a mainland city so his family could be closer to the park. Or maybe this was actually another park--that's one theory, at least.


2. Dolores has been to the real world.


Yeah, this is going to come up again.


3. Logan's last name is Delos.


That's Mr. Delos to you. We know plenty about Delos already, but this is the first time we've learned that it's a family company. The plot thickens.


4. "The Argos Initiative."


There's something called the "Argos Initiative." The word "Argos" or "Argus" has its roots in ancient mythology. It seems to be a code name for Westworld, though knowing this show, there's probably more to it than that.


5. Westworld's android technology was far more advanced than anything else at the time.


That's according to Logan. It explains why the park is so mysterious and successful.


6. Angela was one of the original hosts.


The host Angela, played by actress Talulah Riley, was apparently one of the earliest hosts. We met her only a couple of times during Westworld Season 1, and so far she has a larger role in Season 2.


7. Hosts that are isolated still on their loops.


Some hosts that are isolated in Westworld, and possibly in other parks, seem to still be on their loops.


8. Teddy has a violent side.


The poor guy did not like seeing what his masters had done to him in previous lives.


9. Confederados are amassing out west.


That's according to Bill's friend Larry. What that means for the season is yet unclear.


10. There's a protocol for this.


As Dolores learned this episode, there's a protocol for a massive system failure in the parks. Delos's security teams will be securing one sector at a time, and there's a rallying point somewhere. Wonder what she's going to do with that information?


11. Dolores knows "the real purpose of this place."


Whatever that means.


12. Armistice used to be the sheriff.


This may or may not ever matter, but it's fun to see the hosts in different roles. The sheriff in the flashback with William and Jim Delos showed Ingrid Bolsø Berdal character Armistice, who played Hector's sidekick in Season 1, as the sheriff of Sweetwater.


13. Logan Delos has a Papa Delos.


Delos being a family company, naturally there's a patriarch. Enter Jim Delos, a new (old) character played by Peter Mullan.


14. Logan is a "f***-up" after the events of Season 1.


That's according to Papa Delos. Also, the scene where Logan is shooting up future heroin. Poor Logan.


15. William sells Papa Delos on Westworld by becoming Mark Zuckerberg.


"This is the only place in the world where you get to see people for who they really are," William tells his father-in-law. And William sees that as a business opportunity. How very Facebook of him.


16. Logan appears to know something no one else does.


"That, darling, is the sound of fools fiddling while the whole f***ing species starts to burn," he tells Dolores. "And the funniest f***ing part is they lit the match." What he's talking about is anyone's guess.


17. Giancarlo Esposito is here.


The Breaking Bad actor here briefly portrayed El Lazo, the criminal overlord who used to be played by Bill's friend Lawrence. Too bad he didn't last very long.


18. Bill has to play the game alone


Bill is playing Ford's new game, and Ford has ensured he won't receive any help. No, Lawrence doesn't count.


19. Bill is headed toward "his greatest mistake."


Whatever this is, it probably relates to the cryptic hint "it ends where it began."


20. William is convinced the hosts are just objects.


In case it wasn't clear after Westworld Season 1, William/Bill drove home this week that he's convinced the hosts are nothing more than plot devices. Seems Dolores forgetting him really did a number on the dude.


21. The Valley Beyond is a weapon, and Dolores is going to use it to destroy us.


Can't wait.




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