‘Westworld’ Review: ‘The Well-Tempered Clavier’ Goes Down the Rabbit Hole For Answers

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‘Westworld’ Review: ‘The Well-Tempered Clavier’ Goes Down the Rabbit Hole For Answers
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Diagnostic Report

Let’s start with Maeve, who flexed her newfound powers in a few key scenes but otherwise seems to be playing the long game. After first recognizing Bernard for what he is (and triggering his latest descent into madness), Maeve then went on to properly recruit Hector to (in her words) “break into hell with me and rob the gods blind.” We’ll look forward to seeing how that takes shape next week.

William, Logan and Dolores aren’t having the happiest of reunions, what with Logan taking the two of them prisoner with some help from the Confederados and doing his best to remind “Billy” that Westworld isn’t real, and neither is Dolores. After a gruesome confrontation with a knife that Dolores manages to escape, Logan thinks he’s wooed William back.
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