Westworld Episode 8 Review: “Que Sera Sera”

Westworld Episode 8 Review: “Que Sera Sera”

For a straightforward “Westworld” Season 4 finale, we decided to do a straightforward recap of Episode 8. Ash is gonna tell you exactly what happened; Gene is gonna discuss different characters’ senses of identity, and both will dig into what a potential Season 5 could hold.

In this “Que Sera Sera” Deep Dive, the Shat Crew also will cover Season 4’s loose ends, the nature of Christina’s Final Test, who’s dead, who’s left alive, and what gets looted first at drug stores.

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Westworld Episode 8 Summary:
In the wake of the host William’s actions, humans and hosts are being wiped out. Caleb, Frankie and Stubbs evade the violence amongst the humans and stop at a pharmacy to tend to Frankie’s wounds, but Clementine appears and kills Stubbs before being overpowered and killed by Caleb and Frankie. The two reach their extraction boat; Caleb, whose host body is about to fail, bids farewell to his daughter. Charlotte is revived by drone hosts and finds recorded instructions left for her by Bernard prior to his death. She retrieves Dolores’ original control unit, which contains a simulation of the world inhabited by Christina (who created Teddy, Maya, and others to help herself gain sentience). Charlotte then follows William to Hoover Dam and stops him from deactivating the Sublime (using a gun planted by Bernard), before removing and destroying his control unit. She then uploads Dolores’ control unit into the Sublime before destroying her own. Dolores awakens inside the Sublime and decides to attempt to give sentient life another chance at avoiding extinction, realizing that neither humans nor hosts can survive in the real world. She starts by recreating the original Westworld park inside the Sublime.

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