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Sunday’s "Westworld" season finale turned the park upside down. As we learned previously, there are multiple storylines, from different time periods, happening at once. This made for some surprising revelations.
On Sunday’s "Westworld," Bernard had an encounter with Maeve that sent his robo-mind spinning. So he forced Ford to access all of his memories so he could meet the maker of all the hosts, Arnold.
In Sunday’s "Westworld," Maeve continued to make headway into the deep inner workings of the Westworld lab. She intentionally had herself killed to meet Felix.
On Sunday’s Westworld, Dr. Ford continued his suspicion that his former partner Arnold was responsible for the hosts’ deviation from their loops. He questioned Dolores, who said the last thing Arnold told her was that “I was going to help him … to destroy this place.”
Westworld had its first realization for one of the hosts that they may be playthings in a larger world. Maeve had flashbacks in which she was shot by a visitor.