Westworld Episode 6 Review: “The Adversary”

Westworld Episode 6 Review: "The Adversary"
Westworld Episode 6 Review: "The Adversary"

Westworld Episode 6 Review: “The Adversary”

Westworld Episode 6, “The Adversary,” muted all the conspiracy theories with shocking action sequences, bold revelations and a devastating musical score. If you’ve been losing interest in Westworld, watch this episode. If you watched the episode, listen to this edition of the Westworld podcast. It’s loaded with game-changers.

Dick’s theories are confirmed. Roger’s opinions are vindicated. And Gene finally ekes out a tear from his cold, black heart. That’s what happens when Thandy Newton teams up with Radiohead to break thousands of viewers’ hearts. Have a listen, cook up your own ideas and email us for Thursday’s Westworld Telegraph.

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Westworld Episode 6 Summary:
“The Adversary” At a Union Army outpost, the soldiers recognize Teddy as an accomplice in Wyatt’s massacre of his unit. After recalling his complicity, Teddy escapes with the Man in Black by killing all of the soldiers. Sizemore is introduced by Theresa to Hale, a Board representative sent to observe park operations. Theresa ends her relationship with Bernard, who finds out that Ford has secretly been keeping a family of hosts. Elsie continues investigating the glitches and tells Bernard that Theresa is behind the espionage, and that the first generation hosts have been re-programmed by someone calling themselves Arnold. However, she is abducted by an unknown assailant. A child host kills his dog, telling Ford that Arnold told him to. Felix gives Maeve a tour of the company. She bends him and Sylvester to her will and convinces them to change her programming, setting her awareness rating to its maximum level while decreasing her loyalty.

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  1. Rick says:

    You guys are the best

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