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"The Well-Tempered Clavier" confirms a multitude of popular theories in an episode marked by bleak revelations and tragic results.
It's better than most TV, because the reveals of the narrative enhance our experience of watching it, and demands several viewings.
This week's big Westworld reveals suggests the show has, if anything, suffered from a paucity of ambition.
Despite... frustrations, "Clavier" kept up the pace admirably and offered up a satisfying amount of information.
I will give Westworld this much credit: I honestly have no idea what's going to happen on next week's season finale, or who will be left standing for Season 2.
While there are myriad questions about nearly every character, the nature of time, choice, and reality, one character arc has stood out amongst the pack, particularly because of its straightforwardness.
In last night's episode, "The Well-Tempered Clavier," quite a few big clues were dropped, and many of the pieces of this temporal jigsaw puzzle came snapping into place.
[The Well-Tempered Clavier]... may have finally revealed Ford's master plan.
The penultimate episode of Westworld sought to burn the tent down and massacre as many non-essentials as possible.
This episode of Westworld is different: it's one of dark revelations and tragic answers, of confirmations to theories that we've been turning over in our minds.
Episode nine and things are becoming both clearer and more opaque at the same time.
Maeve has become quite the civil-rights crusader in the last several episodes, and she's still hard at work recruiting her robot army.
This is probably the harshest we've ever been on an episode of Westworld and, objectively speaking, it was a good episode of the show.