Theresa tells to Bernard that she is stressed since the board will arrive to visit the park. She has also a discussion about Arnold and is threatened by Dr. Ford in the park's restaurant. Dolores joins William and Logan to hunt Slim and his men with a sheriff and she has a daydream. When they find Slim, he asks to be taken to Pariah to meet his friend El Lazo and they would receive more than the amount of the bounty. Meanwhile The Man in Black goes after Wyatt with Lawrence and they stumble upon Teddy, who is tied to a tree wounded and dying. The Man in Black releases Teddy and brings him with them. Maeve has recollections from her past lives and she draws a Westworld employee wearing mask and protective clothing and she finds many copies of the same sketch hidden in an opening on the floor.
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Did You Know?
Ed Harris was in Westworld and The Truman Show. Both worlds being elaborate but fake constructs of the real world. In Epidode 4, Ed Harris says about Westworld "This whole place is a story...I need to find out how it ends." In the Truman Show, Ed Harris was the director of the Truman Show world and the catch phrase for the show was "How's It Going to End?". See more
Although the setting of the park is, ostensibly, the Old West at least two firearms with no place in it appear in the episode. On the back of the wagon that drops off The Man In Black and Lawrence at the prison there seems to be an M1917 Browning machine gun mounted. That weapon was not introduced until, literally, 1917 well after the 'Wild West'. In addition Logan appears to pick up either a Smith&Wesson Model 10 or M1917 revolver as an 'upgrade'. Either model was not available until shortly before or after the twentieth century. However, as this is constructed world and not retelling of a real one, creators of the park could prefer to have some guns from later periods. See more
You sound like a man who's grown tired of wearing his guts on the inside.
Referenced in City Slickers in Westworld
Partita No. 3 In A Minor
Written by Johann Sebastian Bach
(as J.S. Bach)
Opening Theme Song See more