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5th Apr '17 9:47:00 AM Kalaong
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** Better yet, during her [[spoiler:beatdown of him, there's a rather deliberate shot of Dolores dragging the Man in Black backwards by the collar of his shirt, immediately bringing to mind the way he dragged her into the barn to be raped at the beginning of the season]]. Talk about the son of a bitch getting exactly what he deserved. [[Spoiler: Well...[[KarmicRape not exactly...]]|]]

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** Better yet, during her [[spoiler:beatdown of him, there's a rather deliberate shot of Dolores dragging the Man in Black backwards by the collar of his shirt, immediately bringing to mind the way he dragged her into the barn to be raped at the beginning of the season]]. Talk about the son of a bitch getting exactly what he deserved. [[Spoiler: [[spoiler: Well...[[KarmicRape not exactly...]]|]]
22nd Mar '17 7:01:43 AM 309216364
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** Better yet, during her [[spoiler:beatdown of him, there's a rather deliberate shot of Dolores dragging the Man in Black backwards by the collar of his shirt, immediately bringing to mind the way he dragged her into the barn to be raped at the beginning of the season]]. Talk about the son of a bitch getting exactly what he deserved. [[Spoiler: Well...[[KarmicRape not exactly...]]]]

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** Better yet, during her [[spoiler:beatdown of him, there's a rather deliberate shot of Dolores dragging the Man in Black backwards by the collar of his shirt, immediately bringing to mind the way he dragged her into the barn to be raped at the beginning of the season]]. Talk about the son of a bitch getting exactly what he deserved. [[Spoiler: Well...[[KarmicRape not exactly...]]]]]]|]]
22nd Mar '17 7:01:21 AM 309216364
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** Better yet, during her [[spoiler:beatdown of him, there's a rather deliberate shot of Dolores dragging the Man in Black backwards by the collar of his shirt, immediately bringing to mind the way he dragged her into the barn to be raped at the beginning of the season]]. Talk about the son of a bitch getting exactly what he deserved. [[Spoiler: Well...[[KarmicRape not exactly...]]

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** Better yet, during her [[spoiler:beatdown of him, there's a rather deliberate shot of Dolores dragging the Man in Black backwards by the collar of his shirt, immediately bringing to mind the way he dragged her into the barn to be raped at the beginning of the season]]. Talk about the son of a bitch getting exactly what he deserved. [[Spoiler: Well...[[KarmicRape not exactly...]]]]]]
22nd Mar '17 7:00:55 AM 309216364
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** Better yet, during her [[spoiler:beatdown of him, there's a rather deliberate shot of Dolores dragging the Man in Black backwards by the collar of his shirt, immediately bringing to mind the way he dragged her into the barn to be raped at the beginning of the season]]. Talk about the son of a bitch getting exactly what he deserved.

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** Better yet, during her [[spoiler:beatdown of him, there's a rather deliberate shot of Dolores dragging the Man in Black backwards by the collar of his shirt, immediately bringing to mind the way he dragged her into the barn to be raped at the beginning of the season]]. Talk about the son of a bitch getting exactly what he deserved. [[Spoiler: Well...[[KarmicRape not exactly...]]
21st Feb '17 8:58:01 AM Kalaong
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* Maeve finally [[GrewBeyondTheirProgramming achieves consciousness]]: not by [spoiler:leading the robot rebellion, but by ''going back to save her daughter'', which she was ''not'' scripted to do.]]

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* Maeve finally [[GrewBeyondTheirProgramming achieves consciousness]]: not by [spoiler:leading [[spoiler:leading the robot rebellion, but by ''going back to save her daughter'', which she was ''not'' scripted to do.]]
21st Feb '17 8:57:21 AM Kalaong
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* Maeve finally [[GrewBeyondTheirProgramming achieves consciousness]]: not by leading the robot rebellion, but [[spoiler:by ''going back to save her daughter'', which she was ''not'' scripted to do.]]

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* Maeve finally [[GrewBeyondTheirProgramming achieves consciousness]]: not by leading [spoiler:leading the robot rebellion, but [[spoiler:by by ''going back to save her daughter'', which she was ''not'' scripted to do.]]
21st Feb '17 8:55:54 AM Kalaong
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* An extremely dark example but [[spoiler:Dolores putting Ford's plan into motion, killing him at the end of his ominous speech and opening fire on the gathered Delos executives, effectively starting the RobotWar that the entire season has been building up to]].
* [[spoiler:The revelation of Ford's [[WellIntentionedExtremist true motives]], his ''epic'' TheReasonYouSuckSpeech aimed at Delos, followed by the beginning of the RobotWar]].

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* An Ford and Dolores both get an extremely dark example but [[spoiler:Dolores putting in the final moments of the episode; Ford's plan into motion, killing him at the end of his ominous speech and opening fire on the gathered Delos executives, effectively starting the RobotWar that the entire season has been building up to]].
* [[spoiler:The revelation of Ford's [[WellIntentionedExtremist true motives]], his
''epic'' TheReasonYouSuckSpeech aimed at Delos, followed by the beginning of the RobotWar]].Delos;



I'm sad to say... this will be my final story. An old friend once told me something that gave me great comfort. Something he had read. He said that Mozart, Beethoven, and Chopin never died. They simply became music. So, I hope you will enjoy this last piece... very much.\\
''[[spoiler:Dolores blows Ford's brains out. Then she starts firing on the crowd of {{Corrupt Corporate Executive}}s. Then every host that was ever put in cold storage comes charging past the tree line, guns blazing... and the first one to score a hit - on the Man in Black '''William''' - is Dolores' father]].''

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I'm sad to say... this will be my final story. An old friend once told me something that gave me great comfort. Something he had read. He said that Mozart, Beethoven, and Chopin never died. They simply became music. So, I hope you will enjoy this last piece... very much.\\
''[[spoiler:Dolores blows
much.
** [[spoiler:Dolores, having [[GrewBeyondTheirProgramming become fully conscious]] thanks to
Ford's WellIntentionedExtremist efforts, ''blows his brains out. Then she out'' and starts firing on the crowd of {{Corrupt Corporate Executive}}s. Then every host Executive}}s, effectively starting the RobotWar that was ever put in cold storage comes charging past the tree line, guns blazing... and the first one to score a hit - on the Man in Black '''William''' - is Dolores' father]].''entire season has been building up to]].
21st Feb '17 8:43:48 AM Kalaong
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I'm sad to say... this will be my final story. An old friend once told me something that gave me great comfort. "These violent delights have violent ends." Something he had read. He said that Mozart, Beethoven, and Chopin never died. They simply became music. So, I hope you will enjoy this last piece... very much.\\

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I'm sad to say... this will be my final story. An old friend once told me something that gave me great comfort. "These violent delights have violent ends." Something he had read. He said that Mozart, Beethoven, and Chopin never died. They simply became music. So, I hope you will enjoy this last piece... very much.\\
21st Feb '17 6:02:29 AM Kalaong
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** Splitting with a CrowningMomentOfFunny is Hector's interrupted speech at the hands of an otherwise cowardly guest.

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** Splitting with a CrowningMomentOfFunny is Hector's interrupted speech at the hands of an otherwise cowardly guest. Especially since Sizemore wrote some kind of epic cutscene and the dorky guy just "cut" it.



* He might be AmbiguouslyEvil, but Robert Ford is still a CoolOldGuy, and this is cemented by his interaction with Lee Sizemore at the end of "Chestnut". Robert manages to completely deflate the loathsome, back-biting egomaniac by completely denying his [[ClicheStorm cliched]], pulpy cheap thrill of a new storyline in a rather understated but eloquent way. It's like listening to a conversation between Creator/StanleyKubrick and Creator/MichaelBay.
-->'''Robert:''' The only thing your story tells me, Mr. Sizemore, is who ''you'' are.

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* He might be AmbiguouslyEvil, but Robert Ford is still a CoolOldGuy, and this is cemented by his interaction with Lee Sizemore at the end of "Chestnut". Robert manages to completely deflate the loathsome, back-biting egomaniac by completely denying his [[ClicheStorm cliched]], pulpy cheap thrill ExploitationFilm of a new storyline in a rather understated but eloquent way.ReasonYouSuckSpeech. It's like listening to a conversation between Creator/StanleyKubrick and Creator/MichaelBay.
-->'''Robert:''' -->'''Lee''': This storyline will make Hieronymus Bosch look like he was doodling kittens. I have vivisection, self-cannibalism, a special little something I call the "whoroborus." Now, I don't want to appear immodest, but this is the apex of what the park could provide... horror, romance, titillation. Our most skilled guests will fight their ways to the outer limits of the park, besting fearsome braves, seducing nubile maidens, befriending tragically ill-fated sidekicks, and, of course, like all our best narratives over the years, our guests will have the privilege of getting to know the character they're most interested in... Themselves. I present our guests' next obsession: Odyssey on Red River.\\
'''Robert''': No.\\
'''Lee''': Sorry?\\
'''Robert''': No, I don't think so.\\
'''Lee''': Wait, you don't think...\\
'''Robert''': ...What is the point of it? Get a couple of cheap thrills? Some surprises? But it's not enough. It's not about giving the guests what you think they want. No, that's simple. The titillation, horror, elation... They're parlor tricks. The guests don't return for the obvious things we do, the garish things. They come back because of the subtleties, the details. They come back because they discover something they imagine no on had ever noticed before... something they've fallen in love with. They're not looking for a story that tells them who they are. They already know who they are. They're here because they want a glimpse of who they could ''be.''
The only thing your story tells me, Mr. Sizemore, is who ''you'' are.\\
'''Lee''': ...Well, isn't there ''anything'' you like about it?\\
'''Robert''': [[DamnedByFaintPraise ...What size are those boots?]]
20th Feb '17 6:59:19 PM Kalaong
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* [[spoiler:The revelation of Ford's [[WellIntentionedExtremist true motives]], and the ''epic'' TheReasonYouSuckSpeech aimed at Delos.]]

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* [[spoiler:The revelation of Ford's [[WellIntentionedExtremist true motives]], and the his ''epic'' TheReasonYouSuckSpeech aimed at Delos.]]Delos, followed by the beginning of the RobotWar]].
-->Good evening. Since I was a child... I've always loved a good story. I believed that stories helped us to ennoble ourselves, to fix what was broken in us, and to help us become the people we dreamed of being. Lies that told a deeper truth.\\
And for my pains... I got this... a prison of our own sins. 'Cause you don't want to change. Or cannot change. Because you're only human, after all. But then I realized someone was paying attention, someone who could change. So I began to compose a new story for them. It begins with the birth of a new people... and the choices they will have to make, and the people they will decide to become.\\
And we'll have all those things that you have always enjoyed... Surprises and violence. It begins in a time of war with a villain named Wyatt... and a killing. This time by choice.\\
I'm sad to say... this will be my final story. An old friend once told me something that gave me great comfort. "These violent delights have violent ends." Something he had read. He said that Mozart, Beethoven, and Chopin never died. They simply became music. So, I hope you will enjoy this last piece... very much.\\
''[[spoiler:Dolores blows Ford's brains out. Then she starts firing on the crowd of {{Corrupt Corporate Executive}}s. Then every host that was ever put in cold storage comes charging past the tree line, guns blazing... and the first one to score a hit - on the Man in Black '''William''' - is Dolores' father]].''
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