As another day of fantasy plays out in Westworld - a vast, remote park where guests pay top dollar to share wild-west adventures with android "hosts" - top programmer Bernard Lowe alerts park founder Dr. Robert Ford about incidents of aberrant behavior cropping up in some recently re-coded hosts. Meanwhile, in the Westworld town of Sweetwater, a rancher's daughter named Dolores encounters a gunslinger named Teddy in the street - but their predictable narrative is upended by the appearance of a ruthless Man in Black and, later, by a supporting host's unscripted encounter with an artifact of the outside world.
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The second host built, Old Bill, has hands that look fake and it is said that even a handshake could affect the original hosts. This is a reference to the film Westworld (1973), where the only way a host could be identified as one would be by the hands, which weren't life like. See more
Simon says about Dr Ford: "No one respects him more than me". Theresa corrects him "No one respects him more than I" and goes on to claim that 'I' is "the subject of the second sentence". She corrects him erroneously. In order to have a second sentence you need a verb. So it's either "No one respects him more than me" (One sentence, me a comparative object, than = preposition) or "No one respects him more than I do" (Two sentences, than = conjunction, 'I' is the subject of the second sentence). See more
[dark room, all lines voice-over
Bring her back online.
[a ring of light appears, scarcely illuminating a blond female form. More lights turn on behind, straight segments surrounding areas containing more halo-like lights
Can you hear me?
[the light over the female brightens. Though still draped in shadow, she is unmistakably nude
[In Western accent
Yes. I'm sorry. I'm... not feelin' quite myself.
You can lose the accent. Do you know where you are?
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In Loving Memory Eddie Rouse 1954-2014 See more
Referenced in City Slickers in Westworld
Partita No. 3 In A Minor
Written by Johann Sebastian Bach
(as J.S. Bach)
Piano Cover performed by Ramin Djawadi See more