The Caller character
Herman's last name is Brynner - named after actor Yul Brynner, who played a cowboy android in Westworld.
Mentioned by Alex Trebek during a contestant interview
Tony Stark nicknames the Extremis-powered villain Eric Savin "Westworld" due to his cyborg-like enhancements and slight resemblance to Yul Brynner.
Tom: "It's 'Westworld' now."
"Seen through the eyes of Yul Brynner in Westworld"
Babs and Buster enter what they think is "Wild West-World" and mistakenly think that the cowboys are all robots.
Servo:...and R2-D2 and all the extras from Westworld.
Hal says, "Robots are evil: 'Westworld,' 'Terminator,' that creepy maid from 'The Jetsons.'"
Title visible on theater marquee
In "House of No Tomorrow", the amusement park computer resembles that from this movie
Harris says Jean looks like Richard Benjamin in Westworld
referenced as part of the documentary
Posters of the film are all over the Von Braun, the spaceship featured in the computer game System Shock 2.
Terminator walks and moves in a similar way to gunslinger.
A malfunctioning robotoid gets returned to a repair lab to be operated on by humans.
The town provides its people a way to live out their fantasies through the use of robots that provide anything they want.
Robots heads explode when they drink milk
Like Westworld, this episode is about malfunctioning theme park populated by robotic characters who run amok. The robots themselves, and the maintenence rooms, also resemble those in Westworld
Same basic plot of Wild West themed park with populated with robots rebelling
Plot is based on the film
Title and premise are taken from Westworld.