Did you startHBO Did you find that you don’t know what each character is doing? What are they looking for? It doesn’t help that the former protagonist Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood) now looks like a completely different person. A human, not a host of the infamous Westworld theme park.
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Caleb (Aaron Paul) has joined the cast
In the third season, we introduced Caleb Nichols (Aaron Paul of Breaking Bad), a war veteran who suffers from the memory of losing his friend Francis in battle. In Episode 1, he learned that he is a construction worker and a low-level criminal who works through the app. When he met Dolores, he joined her mission.
Eventually, we discovered that Caleb was considered an “outlier” by Solomon and his successor, a machine called Rehoboam. Because of this condition, he received reconditioning therapy, a “cure” that changed his memory. According to Solomon, it was “effective” and Caleb was allowed to re-enter society. Not everyone was so lucky (more on this in the “pods” section).
Both Caleb and Francis (played by rapper Kid Cudi) survived the war, revealing that Caleb was the one who killed Francis. Solomon provided each of them with money to take the other out, and Francis turned on Caleb and forced Caleb to shoot him. Another trick is that the crime app Rico was created so that outliers like Caleb round up other outliers.
Mave and Caleb are working together
Mave reluctantly teamed up with a new character named Engeround Shellac in Season 3. After telling her that the key to her sublime with the daughter of Medb is in Dolores’s heart. Serac is one millionaire who created Rehoboam with his brother Jean Mi and began to act as a mouthpiece for Rehoboam. Serac and Rehoboam wanted a pile of guest data collected by Delos Incorporated and believed that the key was in Dolores’s heart.
At the finale of Season 3, Mave switched sides at a crucial moment to help Dolores and Caleb. She said she understood why Dolores “chosen” Caleb to help her-not because of his ability to deal with violence, but because of his ability to choose. Dolores left Caleb to decide the future. He told Rehoboam to “execute the last command” -to implement the new strategy Solomon gave him-and brought the apocalypse. See below for more details on that big move.
Dolores is gone-es.Well, maybe
At the finale of Season 3, Rehoboam destroyed Delos’ memory in an attempt to find the key to the aforementioned Delos data. It wasn’t there. Dolores certainly looks like Dolores because he knows he may have died forever, but at this show I haven’t ruled out the possibility.
“Charlotte Hale” is building a host
This is not the end of this Dolores duplication. Season 3 confirmed that Dolores made a copy of himself (her skin, or the “self” present in the control unit) and pasted it on the bodies of Charlotte, Musashi, Martin, and Lawrence. Pseudo Charlotte helped Dolores by pretending to be Hale, but she was eventually discovered and it sacrificed her. When we last saw the new Charlotte, it was in the post-credit scene of the finale, and it seemed she was joining William’s hosted version and building more hosts.
Host William replaced William
Season 3 was a nuisance for William. He had the illusion of his murdered daughter and was fooled by a new version of Charlotte to endure some unconventional futuristic treatments. When he emerged from all of them, William declared that his “original sin” was building the host, and he intended to wipe out all of them. However, in the post-credit scene of the finale, William was fatally injured by another version of himself, the answerer to the fake Charlotte.
Lots of humans are still in those weird pods
Solomon revealed in episode 7 that the treatment given to Caleb was effective in only 1 in 10 people. So what about everyone else? Apparently, they fall asleep in the pods. There, as Caleb said, “you are not even allowed to live or die.” In Episode 7, we saw hundreds of spooky gray human-sized containers.
Caleb … led the apocalypse
Now, let’s return to the entire apocalypse. When Caleb made his final move at the season 3 finale, he says he’s doing it to give the world a choice, just as Dolores did for him. The show moved to Bernard, shedding light on Dolores’ intentions and the consequences of Caleb’s movements. “She wasn’t trying to eradicate humanity. She was trying to save it,” Bernard said. “What will happen will always happen. Shellac and his brother just postponed it. Mankind never considered his sins.” “Before we were free, ours The world had to be burned down, “he added.
So the calculation is now. The stubs who were with Bernard in the scene called it the Apocalypse, and Bernard did not correct him. At the end of the finale (before the credits), you can see Caleb and Maeve seeing the skyscrapers swaying due to the explosion.
Bernard is heading for sublime
Bernard, not Delores, holds the key to Sublime, the place where hosts, including Mave’s daughter, live. At the Season 3 finale, Bernard announced that he was using it and was looking for an answer to what would come after the end of the world.
Engerraund Serac’s brother Jean Mi may be seen in Season 4
I saw Jean Mi in a season 3 flashback. This means he was sitting in one of the pods he saw in the penultimate episode. At the finale of Season 3, Engeround basically admitted that he had podted his younger brother under the direction of Rehoboam. Maybe we’ll see him again when the show picks up those cold capsules again?
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