Westworld Episode 2 Instant Take: “Well Enough Alone”

Westworld Episode 2 Instant Take: “Well Enough Alone”

We got a new park! No matter how heavy-handed the dialogue gets. No matter how senseless the deaths become. No matter where Christina’s side story takes us, “Westworld” fans can cheer what looks like the most fun park yet.

Season 4, Episode 2, “Well Enough Alone” uncovered some key clues behind the strange occurrences in Christina’s world, gave us a pretty clear picture of what Charlores is up to, and revealed the original William is alive and not-so-well.

Our Instacast edition shares our immediate takes on the episode and preview’s what we’ll be covering in the upcoming Deep Dive.

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Westworld Episode 2 Summary:
The rogue copy of Dolores in Charlotte’s body is revealed to be replacing U.S. government officials with host copies, with the William host acting as her enforcer and continuing as CEO of Delos. She keeps the human William alive in cryogenic stasis. The Vice President of the United States visits William to warn him against opening a new Delos park on U.S. soil, but William attacks him and replaces him with a host. Maeve and Caleb encounter host copies of California Senator Ken Whitney and his wife Anastasia, and use the former’s memory logs to learn of Charlotte’s involvement. They find the real Anastasia in a horse farm behaving erratically, and Maeve is forced to kill her when she attacks them. Following cryptic directions Anastasia gave them before she died, Maeve and Caleb find themselves on a train headed into Delos’ new park, themed after the Roaring Twenties. Christina finds one of her old narrative files matching what happened to Peter. She visits a mental health hospital in New Jersey to which Peter donated, only to find it abandoned and riddled with drawings of a distinctive tower.

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