Westworld Episode 4 Review: “Generation Loss”

Westworld Episode 4 Review: “Generation Loss”

Episode 4 put the puzzle pieces together for “Westworld” Season 4, giving us a clearer picture of what’s happening and what’s to come. In this Deep Dive episode, the Shat Crew looks into the series’ central question: What is it to be human?

Gene digs into what makes Caleb special and why Charlores would desire a fidelity-tested version of our hero. Ash outlines the nature and structure of the New World Order. And we debut a new game called “Explain Me This.”

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Westworld Episode 4 Summary:
Christina’s roommate Maya sets her up on a date with “Teddy”. Charlotte explains to Caleb that she is using the Temperance park to infect humans with a parasite that allows them to be controlled by sound. Maeve and Caleb abduct Charlotte. As they flee the park, Maeve recounts to Caleb that after he was wounded during their mission to eliminate the final copy of Rehoboam, Maeve left him in the care of Uwade – a nurse at the time – and only attempted to remotely reach out to him years later, which enabled Charlotte to find them. They take shelter at a nearby park expansion area, where Caleb calls for help. William arrives and mortally wounds Maeve, but she triggers explosives that kill them both and knock out Caleb. When Caleb awakens, Charlotte reveals that he is a host who has been reliving the moments leading to his death 23 years prior. Caleb discovers that he is actually in New York City, whose entire population has since fallen under Charlotte’s control. Bernard and the adult Frankie (who is part of the rebel group) excavate Maeve’s body at the site of the explosion in the desert.

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