Westworld Episode 1 Review: “Journey Into Night”

Westworld Episode 1 Review: "Journey Into Night"
Westworld Episode 1 Review: "Journey Into Night"

Westworld Episode 1 Review: “Journey Into Night”

We were so, so wrong. Westworld’s Season 2 premiere, “Journey into Night,” piled layers of mystery atop a mountain of key revelations, and this Deep Dive dissects them all.

Explore all the key characters’ motivations: What are Maeve, Dolores, Bernard, Charlotte, and the Man in Black up to? And why?

Also jump into what Delos’ master plan is, whether Ford is still part of the park, and how Stubbs got away.

Trouble making sense of Bernard’s flashback? We take a frame-by-frame look at everything it unearthed. And don’t miss a fan theory so hot it couldn’t wait for Friday’s Westworld Telegraph.

Roger, Gene and Big D are back with a bang, baby!

Westworld Episode 1 Summary:
“Journey Into Night” In the hours following the massacre of the Delos board members, Bernard and Charlotte take shelter in an underground bunker, where they resolve to work together in locating the decommissioned Peter Abernathy and securing aid. Dolores, who has embarked on a bloody campaign to hunt the survivors, tells Teddy her programming has caused her personas to merge and that she has greater plans for the hosts. Maeve recruits Hector and forces Lee to help her find her daughter. William, who also survived the massacre, encounters the young Robert Ford host, who reveals that a game designed just for him has commenced. Two weeks later, a security team sent by Delos to reassert control over Westworld finds Bernard and enlists his help in investigating a series of anomalies. The investigation leads them to a lagoon filled with hundreds of dead hosts that Bernard claims to have killed.

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  1. April 24, 2018
  2. May 1, 2018

    […] rancher’s daughter and her brave-but-doomed man are the most iconic pair in Westworld, and Season 2 seems to suggest they have a great or tragic destiny ahead. But one pair doesn’t set a trend. […]

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