Westworld Episode 7 Instant Take: “Metanoia”
Gene and Ash crown “Metanoia” the best episode since “Westworld” Season 2 in this instant-reaction episode of Shat on TV. Season 4, Episode 7 gave us gripping dialogue, heartbreak, big reveals and, most importantly, the old-school pairings we’d been craving.
Was this payoff for the previous six episodes? Will it build into an explosive season finale? We’ll have to wait and see. In the meantime, have a listen as we prepare for Tuesday’s Deep Dive.
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Westworld Episode 7 Summary:
Bernard and Maeve travel to Hoover Dam to open the door to the Sublime, which Charlotte has kept preserved in the dam’s data vault. Christina goes with Teddy to Olympiad Entertainment and has its employees destroy the premises and erase all the stories controlling the humans. Stubbs and Frankie use the distraction to rescue Caleb. Charlotte prepares to discontinue the hosts’ inhabitation of human cities so that they can “transcend” their human bodies. William convinces his host self that humans are a fundamentally destructive species; the William host realizes his true purpose and kills the human William. Bernard and Maeve enter the tower; Maeve fights Charlotte while Bernard accesses the control room. William kills Charlotte, Maeve, and Bernard, then programs the tower to turn the humans against each other before it self-destructs. Christina is unable to stop the chaos and realizes the humans cannot see her; Teddy explains that while the world is real, she is not physically there.
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