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‘Westworld’ Season 4, Episode 8 Recap

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‘Westworld’ Is Good Again, Somehow

As it turns out, the dystopian HBO series is still capable of engineering shocking twists, and Season 4 delivered perhaps the biggest one yet: The show is actually good again

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‘Westworld’ Season 4, Episode 6 Recap

Joanna, David, and Danny discuss Caleb’s journey, what is going on with the human resistance, and more

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‘Westworld’ Season 4, Episode 5 Recap

Joanna, David, and Danny break down the latest on the HBO series

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‘Westworld’ Season 4, Episode 4 Recap

Joanna, David, and Danny try to figure out when in the timeline Christina’s story is taking place before they go to Theory Corner to discuss their second half predictions

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‘Westworld’ Season 4, Episode 3 Recap

Joanna, David, and Danny break down Maeve and Caleb’s visit to a new park before discussing theories about Bernard’s story

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‘Westworld’ Season 4, Episode 2 Recap

Joanna, David, and Danny recap everything that happened in the episode, talk about their theories about what is going on, and more

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‘Westworld’ Season 4, Episode 1 Recap

The crew breaks down the new season premiere of the HBO series

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The Flies Are Buzzing Again in ‘Westworld’

If there’s any major takeaway from the Season 4 premiere, it’s that the insects are back in a big way—a recurring motif in the series and Michael Crichton–adapted franchises at large

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The Most Consciousness-Altering Things That Have Happened in ‘Westworld’

This also functions as a reminder of what went down in the show’s first three seasons, because we know you need it before the fourth premieres on Sunday

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‘Westworld’ Comes Back Online

The fourth season of HBO’s dystopian sci-fi drama arrives after consecutive season finales with declining TV ratings. Now the question is: Is enough of the ‘Westworld’ audience still willing to put in the work?

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‘Westworld’ Season 4 Preview

Joanna, David, and Danny break down the good and the bad of the show’s first three seasons

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Dads, Vol. 6 With Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan

The creators of HBO’s ‘Westworld’ join the show to discuss raising children during the COVID-19 pandemic

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A Conversation With ‘Westworld’ Creator Jonathan Nolan

Dave and Chris Ying speak with the filmmaker on a wide range of topics, including the philosophies that underlie the hit series ‘Westworld’

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44 Big and Small Questions About the End of ‘Westworld’ Season 3

Some people choose to see the ugliness in the world—one writer chooses to see all of the loose ends left by an HBO show

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‘Westworld’ S3E8 Breakdown: There’s a New Enemy

Analyzing the end of Season 3 and looking ahead to Season 4

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‘Westworld,’ S3E8: “Crisis Theory”

An immediate reaction to Season 3, lingering questions, the post-credits scene, and more

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Theories and Mailbag From ‘Westworld’ S3E7: “Passed Pawn”

What questions does the show need to answer in the season finale, what is Caleb’s ultimate importance to the show, and more

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What Is Dolores’s Plan for Caleb on ‘Westworld’?

To find out, it’s worth remembering what she told Teddy about cattle back in the first season of ‘Westworld’

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‘Westworld,’ S3E7: “Passed Pawn”

Chris Ryan joins David and Danny to break down the penultimate episode of Season 3

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‘Westworld’ S3E7 Breakdown: We Know More About Caleb

Danny Heifetz breaks down Caleb’s backstory and everything else we learned in "Passed Pawn"

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The Host Revolution on ‘Westworld’ Will Be Led by a Human

Dolores has a poetic sense of justice, William has a shotgun, and Caleb has a conversation with a machine

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‘Westworld’ Theories: Who’s on Maeve’s Team of Dolores Stoppers?

And will a recently burned Charlotte be joining her? Those theories and more following "Decoherence," the latest episode of ‘Westworld.’

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‘Westworld,’ S3E6: “Decoherence”

Where do we see the rest of this season going for Charlotte?

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‘Westworld’ S3E6 Breakdown: William vs. William

Dolores deals with her ever-changing copies, Maeve tries to build her army, and William has a therapy session with a version of himself

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Whose Side Is Charlotte on in ‘Westworld’?

"Decoherence" finds William mid-epiphany, and Charlotte torn between family and duty

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‘Westworld’ Theories: Does Dolores Actually Want to Save Humanity?

Who is the real villain of the third season of ‘Westworld’? It’s time to address that question (and several more).

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‘Westworld,’ S3E5: “Genre”

Sean Fennessey joins Danny and David to break down Episode 5

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‘Westworld’ S3E5 Breakdown: Dolores Brings Chaos

Danny Heifetz helps us understand everything that happened in "Genre," and where the show might take us from here

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Who Can Stop Dolores on ‘Westworld’?

In an episode that was partially a drug trip and partially a flashback, the Host to Rule Them All took another relatively easy step in her plot to destroy humanity

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What’s Real and What’s Simulated in ‘Westworld’ Season 3?

Sunday’s episode, "The Mother of Exiles," revealed a ton of information—but we still can’t trust the settings of the season

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‘Westworld,’ S3E4: “The Mother of Exiles”

David and Danny are joined by Andrew Gruttadaro to break down Episode 4 and the biggest reveal of the season yet

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‘Westworld’ Season 3, Episode 4: Dolores Is Everywhere

We finally found out more about the pearls Dolores brought with her, and it wasn’t necessarily what we expected

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‘Westworld’ Finally Revealed Dolores’s Army

The season’s fourth episode, "The Mother of Exiles," connected all of the dots—where do things go from here?

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‘Westworld’ Theories: The Best Candidates for Who’s in Charlotte Hale’s Body

If Robert Ford was able to combine Dolores and Wyatt, who’s to say they couldn’t be separated again?