Westworld (2016– )
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Bernard meets with an unexpected old friend; The Cradle is under threat; Maeve encounters a scene from her past.

Director:

Nicole Kassell

Writers:

Jonathan Nolan (created for television by), Lisa Joy (created for television by) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Evan Rachel Wood ... Dolores Abernathy
Thandie Newton ... Maeve Millay
Jeffrey Wright ... Bernard Lowe
James Marsden ... Teddy Flood
Tessa Thompson ... Charlotte Hale
Clifton Collins Jr. ... Lawrence
Fares Fares ... Antoine Costa
Luke Hemsworth ... Ashley Stubbs
Louis Herthum ... Peter Abernathy
Simon Quarterman ... Lee Sizemore
Talulah Riley ... Angela
Angela Sarafyan ... Clementine Pennyfeather
Gustaf Skarsgård ... Karl Strand
Shannon Woodward ... Elsie Hughes
Ed Harris ... Man in Black
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Bernard meets with an unexpected old friend; The Cradle is under threat; Maeve encounters a scene from her past.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 June 2018 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Santa Clarita, California, USA See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Trivia

"One fire burns out another's burning...." is another Shakespeare quote from Peter Abernathy: this time from Romeo and Juliet. See more »

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Elsie Hughes: We survive this, I'm going back to dental school.
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Human Lives Matter...except on Westworld Season 2
4 June 2018 | by rhythmorientedSee all my reviews

The writers of cable TV's most thought-provoking drama continue to tell the story from the hosts' perspective. Although creativity points should be awarded for this idea, the further reduction of the value of human characters (with the notable exception of Charlotte Hale) continues Westworld down a trajectory that will probably further dog its ratings. A revenge tale through the eyes of Delores may have been a fresh idea briefly, but when paired with predictable tropes from this lead and other characters (such as Angela) the adjusted "perspective" starts to become stale. Positive notes: as always, performances are seamless, and Jeffrey Wright continues to weave a Bernard character that almost impossibly has more layers with each episode. Also, action sequences in S2 E7 make the hour fly by quickly. One can only hope from the evocative S2 E8 teaser that the final three episodes of this season will pull together a narrative that is more engaging and original.


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