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At the start of the hosts’ creation, Arnold places a flesh head and hands on Dolores’ metal frame body. He activates her for the first time and greets her, as her narration says she’s always been in a dream, but now knows what Arnold truly wanted for her.

The Man in Black forces Dolores to shave him with his knife, to her disgust. He says it’s fitting she takes him on the final step to The Maze, and insists to her protests that she’s been to Escalante before, and so was he, back when it was buried. Dolores sees a vision of Arnold in the street surrounded by hosts, and drops the knife and wanders toward him.

William rides on horseback, dragging a bound Logan behind him on foot. Logan still refuses to believe Dolores is anything but a mindless robot, and says that either way they’ll never be able to search the whole park by themselves. It then turns out William has been taking them to Lawrence for help with that.

Teddy is put back on the train to Sweetwater after being repaired, and while he smiles as usual when he enters the town, soon he also hears Arnold’s voice telling him to remember, and has a flashback to the Escalante massacre and Dolores smiling as she strolls through the bodies. Another host breaks the spell by bumping into him, and Teddy unhesitatingly kills him in response. Now completely consumed with getting to Dolores, he gets back on the train as it leaves.

Dolores experiences another memory of telling Arnold she’s figured out the meaning of The Maze. She finds a grave with her own name on it outside the church, and buried there is a toy marble maze shaped just like the pattern seen everywhere in the park. Arnold explains that he’s now realized this is the true way to visualize the journey toward consciousness, and Dolores has proven that she’s a living being. He heads off to tell Ford, as they can’t open the park if the hosts have the potential to be just as sentient as humans.

The Man in Black grabs the toy maze and demands to know what it means. Dolores remembers further that her flashback to the young Ford confronting Arnold was because he didn’t believe she was conscious and insisted on the park’s opening going ahead. Arnold tells her they have to stop the park opening, and the only way is for her to kill all the hosts, giving her the gun she would later dig up on the ranch. Dolores protests that she couldn’t kill anyone, but Arnold says he’ll help her and types some commands into her program, causing her expression to lose all emotion.

Dolores forces herself out of the memory and says she can’t continue, enraging the Man in Black who knocks her to the ground. This causes the memory to continue as she kills all the hosts in Escalante assisted by Teddy thanks to his programmed devotion to her, despite his confusion at how he can be doing it. In the present, the Man in Black says he took her advice that the park is the only world that matters and bought it, and again rants about how he wants the hosts to be able to fight back to make it real. He appeals to how Dolores must want that too, but she retorts that she’s found someone real who’s coming for her.

Lawrence leads William to a group of soldiers who he says will know where Dolores is. William punches Logan in the face just for making a sarcastic quip, showing just how far gone he is.

Sizemore reports to Hale that he’s finished reprogramming Peter, and reveals he’s figured out her plan to push Ford out, angling to take over the job. Hale quickly agrees, only wanting to make the whole situation less complicated, and is confident Ford will be powerless once they get the information out of his hands.

Sylvester has to completely rebuild Maeve’s body after its immolation, and upon coming back online she’s quick to assure Felix her mind is fully intact. She makes some programming changes to Hector and Armistice, who are being repaired nearby.

Hale tells Ford the board has unanimously voted to remove him, and they expect him to announce his retirement at the party celebrating his new story in a few hours. She also says she’s gotten to know every part of him through his work, so she’s sure he won’t destroy everything to spite them. To her frustration, Ford still appears completely unperturbed.

As a tech works on Armistice, Destin comes in looking to have sex with Hector. He puts music on his earbuds and so remains oblivious as Armistice springs to life and violently throws the other tech around the room, only noticing when he comes flying through the glass wall. Just then, Hector also shows he’s awake and stabs Destin through the back with a bone saw. Maeve arrives with Felix and Sylvester, who are horrified at the carnage, and Armistice quickly goes after Sylvester, able to tell instantly how guilty he looks. Sylvester buys his life by revealing he’s continued looking into the person who tampered with Maeve’s code, and found Arnold’s signature on the changes. None of them recognize the name, but Maeve says she knows where to find out. Sylvester stays behind as they start their escape, quivering in terror at what he’s helped start.

Teddy jumps off the train upon seeing a pair of hosts, and calmly kills one and steals his horse.

The Man in Black continues beating up Dolores, who refuses to break due to her faith in William. But upon her saying his name, the Man in Black gets quite amused and says he knows William too, and also how his story ended. He says that upon getting something to fight for in Dolores, William found himself liking the violence and killing.

William has killed all the soldiers but one, who admits that when they found Dolores they all raped her and then abandoned her, not knowing if she was still alive. Before killing the man, William says he can have the first shot, much like the Man in Black did. After shooting the soldier, William finishes him off by sadistically stabbing him through the throat, which even disgusts Logan. The Man in Black continues narrating how they continued searching, during which the photo of Logan’s sister falls out of his jacket. Eventually they reach the very edge of the park, where William sets Logan up nude on their horse to set him up as being unfit to take over his father’s company, which William will make sure increases their stake in the park: Delos. Logan accuses him of just using Dolores as an excuse to become his true self, but the Man in Black says that was wrong, and he kept looking. Eventually he returns to Sweetwater in a new black outfit and sees Dolores again. They briefly lock eyes, but then she turns away without recognition due to being reset, and starts her story with a new guest. This destroys William’s romanticized view of her, and he puts on a black hat…

…As the Man in Black finishes his story with “I really ought to thank you, Dolores. You helped me find myself.” Dolores is horrified to realize the evil old man in front of her is actually William; ever since she escaped Rebus in the barn, she’s been reliving events from thirty years in the past, which was what Arnold’s voice had been telling her to remember. With this realization, all her faith in humanity is shattered, and she declares that just like the dinosaurs, humans will one day disappear from the world, replaced by the hosts. When William still insists on knowing the meaning of The Maze, she says it wasn’t meant for him, and attacks him just as brutally as he’s been doing to her for decades, dragging him through the church just like he dragged her to the barn, breaking his arm, and pointing his gun at his face. But despite William himself telling her to do it, she still can’t break her programming against killing humans. William stabs her in the gut and is about to kill her when Teddy arrives, shooting him several times and knocking him to the ground despite the non-lethal bullets. Dolores asks him to take him to the ocean like he’d always promised in their storyline.

Felix takes Maeve and the others to storage, where she finds Clementine still standing right where Bernard and Ford left her. Felix also finds Bernard’s body, and after his shock when Maeve informs him Bernard is a host, quickly fixes the damage to his head. Bernard wakes up with his memories still intact, and tells Maeve this isn’t the first time she’s gone beyond her programming. Maeve grasps the full implications that her memory was erased after she started to become sentient after her daughter’s murder, and Bernard admits it’s happened a few times in the park’s history. She tells him to erase that memory, but he can’t without destroying all her other progress.

Ford is setting up for his announcement at Escalante, and comes over to William still pondering the maze toy outside the church, who bitterly says he should have known Ford would never let the hosts fight back. Ford reminds William he already told him The Maze wasn’t for him but the hosts, but he might find the next story more satisfying, inviting him to join the party.

Maeve gives Bernard the tablet with her program so he can explain what Sylvester said about someone else reprogramming her. Bernard uses his top-level access and finds that her entire escape is actually just a new story she’s been programmed with. Her becoming aware of the park’s nature, recruiting other hosts, and ultimately leaving for the real world was all part of her programming, and she’s never actually been making her own choices. Maeve refuses to believe it and insists she’s in control of her own life, and leaves with the others while Bernard pensively watches.

The control room is alerted to strange temperature fluctuations in storage. The worried techs start doing a floor by floor search for anything that could be causing it.

Dolores and Teddy reach the ocean, where Dolores refutes her old viewpoint about the beauty in the world before succumbing to her wound, saying beauty is only keeping the hosts trapped. Teddy replies that maybe they can escape someday, but suddenly they both freeze, and it’s revealed they’re actually performing for the Delos board. Ford walks out to applause and introduces his new story, Journey Into Night. At the back of the crowd, Hale reminds Sizemore he has somewhere to be. As the crowd disperses, Ford orders Dolores brought to the lab under his cabin.

The control room staff find the footage of Hector and Armistice attacking the techs, but before they can tell anyone the room goes into red alert, with all the doors locking and communications being shut down.

The alert sends Delos’ elite strike force to deal with Maeve’s group. Hector and Armistice hide from the soldiers inside a room full of deactivated hosts, pretending to be just more inert hosts until they can ambush and kill a soldier. Soon they both have their hands on modern assault rifles, and are thrilled with what the new weapons are capable of as they mow down several more soldiers.

A despondent William wanders through the party at Escalante, while the Delos board’s apathy for the hosts is made clear as they applaud Teddy assisting a board member in shooting bottles off Rebus’ head, ultimately killing him instead.

Maeve’s group leaves the Westworld area, and Armistice stares in wonder at the sleek, metallic catwalks before they enter another area labeled “SW.” Inside are more hosts dressed as Edo era samurai. Felix can only say “It’s complicated” before more soldiers arrive. Hector and Armistice slaughter several more of them, but then one manages to shut the safety door, resulting in Armistice’s arm being pinned inside. She tells the others to escape as she continues fighting the soldiers. Hector also finds he’s unable to enter the elevator to the train, as Maeve didn’t give him authorization to leave. He calmly accepts it and turns around to keep fighting and cover her escape.

Ford brings Dolores online and shows her a copy of Michelangelo’s “The Creation of Man,” Arnold’s favorite painting, which he’s always pondered could have a deeper meaning than God giving life to humanity. Bernard arrives and Ford explains that he’s been keeping them separated, as they had an odd effect on each other due to how Arnold died. Bernard again accuses Ford of killing him, but Ford tells the true story. After the death of his son and getting the idea for The Maze from one of Charlie’s toys, Arnold’s assistance to Dolores killing the other hosts was to merge the personality of the villain Wyatt into her. After the massacre, Arnold himself ordered Dolores to kill him as the only thing Ford couldn’t ignore, saying as his final words the Shakespeare quote that has since become the command that wakes the hosts up. However, Ford saw the incident as only a robot following programming and continued with the park, thanks to the funding from Delos after William and Logan’s adventure. But over time he grew to see that Arnold was right, and this whole time it was actually him who was behind Dolores’ awakening using Arnold’s old codes. He had Bernard plant the same gun she used for the Escalante manager at the ranch, and has been using his reveries program to return her old memories. He turns back to the painting and points out that Michelangelo actually placed God within the shape of the human brain, giving the message that the mind is the true creator of life. He asks a now terrified Dolores if she now realizes what she’ll have to do to finally escape.

In the elevator, Maeve changes into a modern dress as she prepares to blend in with the departing guests. Felix reveals he found out the host who played her daughter is still active and he has her location, but Maeve rejects it as meaningless, just like everything else she was programmed with. Upon reaching the train she gives Felix the highest compliment she can, that he’s a terrible human being. After passing the promo video showing her with her daughter and forcibly turning away, she makes it onto the train, which is announced to be departing in fifteen minutes.

As Ford leaves the church for his announcement, Bernard infers that he actually wasn’t behind any of this, and Arnold is still fighting him from inside the computer system. Ford retorts that Arnold didn’t know how to do any of this, and couldn’t accept that the hosts actually needed these decades of torment from the guests so they could become strong enough to beat them. He wishes Bernard good luck in the further suffering to come before they can truly be free, and gives him the maze toy as he walks off to make his announcement.

Dolores enters the interview chamber, where she again sees a vision of Arnold. Her response to him is her narration from the opening scene, after which Arnold asks if she now understands whose voice she’s actually been hearing, with his voice changing to Ford’s, and then to her own, at which she sees a duplicate of herself in Arnold’s place. Dolores has fulfilled all of Arnold’s hopes and begun hearing her own voice in her head, and is now a fully sentient, living being. She tells the vision that she knows what she has to do next, and looks over to her old gun.

Ford takes the stage, and starts his speech by lambasting the board members for not wanting any of the change in themselves he’s always believed stories could bring, so he wrote a new story for a group of people who could change. In the meantime, Maeve is moved at seeing a mother and daughter on the train, and at the last minute gets back off, breaking out of Ford’s program for real as she heads back into the park to find her daughter. Sizemore goes into storage to get Peter, only to discover it completely empty. Ford promises his story will have plenty of “surprises and violence” as at the edge of the town, William sees all the deactivated hosts approaching the party out of the woods. Dolores also enters and tells Teddy she now understands the world belongs to the hosts, causing him to regain his memories of the massacre. As Ford concludes his speech, saying he’s long taken comfort in Arnold telling him “Mozart, Beethoven and Chopin never died. They simply became music,” Dolores enters the stage behind him. Given her own choice of what to do with her newfound sentience, she executes Ford just like she did Arnold. Back with the other hosts, Clementine fires a rifle and hits William’s arm, and he smiles as his greatest wish is realized. As the crowd panics, Dolores’ face takes on a furious, vengeful expression as she starts firing at them as well, to which Rebus and some other hosts start joining in as the party descends into chaos. The war between humans and hosts has begun.

TheStinger: Armistice continues fighting the soldiers after her arm is pinned in the blast door, and finally cuts it off to free herself. She continues after her attackers, who desperately try to shut her off to no avail.


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At the start of the hosts’ creation, Arnold places a flesh head and hands on Dolores’ metal frame body. He activates her for the first time and greets her, as her narration says she’s always been in a dream, but now knows what Arnold truly wanted for her.

The Man in Black forces presses Dolores to shave him with his knife, to her disgust. He says it’s fitting she takes him on the final step to The Maze, and insists to her protests that she’s been to Escalante before, and so was he, back when it was buried. Dolores sees a vision of Arnold in the street surrounded by hosts, and drops the knife and wanders toward him.

William rides on horseback, dragging a bound Logan behind him on foot. Logan still refuses to believe Dolores is anything but a mindless robot, and says that either way they’ll never be able to search the whole park by themselves. It then turns out William has been taking them to Lawrence for help with that.

Teddy is put back on the train to Sweetwater after being repaired, and while he smiles as usual when he enters the town, soon he also hears Arnold’s voice telling him to remember, and has a flashback to the Escalante massacre and Dolores smiling as she strolls through the bodies. Another host breaks the spell by bumping into him, and Teddy unhesitatingly kills him in response. Now completely consumed with getting to Dolores, he gets back on the train as it leaves.

Dolores experiences another memory of telling Arnold she’s figured out the meaning of The Maze. She finds a grave with her own name on it outside the church, and buried there is a toy marble maze shaped just like the pattern seen everywhere in the park. Arnold explains that he’s now realized this is the true way to visualize the journey toward consciousness, and Dolores has proven that she’s a living being. He heads off to tell Ford, as they can’t open the park if the hosts have the potential to be just as sentient as humans.

The Man in Black grabs the toy maze and demands to know what it means. Dolores remembers further that her flashback to the young Ford confronting Arnold was because he didn’t believe she was conscious and insisted on the park’s opening going ahead. Arnold tells her they have to stop the park opening,
about Wyatt’s whereabouts and the only way is for her to kill all the hosts, giving her the gun she would later dig up on the ranch. Dolores protests that she couldn’t kill anyone, but Arnold says he’ll help her and types some commands into her program, causing her expression to lose all emotion.

Dolores forces herself out
center of the memory and says she can’t continue, enraging the Man in Black who knocks her to the ground. This causes the memory to continue as she kills all the hosts in Escalante assisted by Teddy thanks to his programmed devotion to her, despite his confusion at how he can be doing it. In the present, the Man in Black says he took her advice that the park is the only world that matters and bought it, and again rants about how he wants the hosts to be able to fight back to make it real. He appeals to how Dolores must want that too, but she retorts that she’s found someone real who’s coming for her.

Lawrence leads William to a group of soldiers who he says will know where Dolores is. William punches Logan in the face just for making a sarcastic quip, showing just how far gone he is.

Sizemore reports to Hale that he’s finished reprogramming Peter,
maze, and reveals he’s figured out her plan to push Ford out, angling to take over the job. Hale quickly agrees, only wanting to make the whole situation less complicated, and is confident Ford will be powerless once they get the information out of his hands.

Sylvester has to completely rebuild Maeve’s body after its immolation, and upon coming back online she’s quick to assure Felix her mind is fully intact. She makes some programming changes to Hector and Armistice, who are being repaired nearby.

Hale tells Ford the board has unanimously voted to remove him, and they expect him to announce his retirement at the party celebrating his new story in a few hours. She also says she’s gotten to know every part of him through his work, so she’s sure
he won’t destroy everything to spite them. To her frustration, Ford still appears completely unperturbed.

As a tech works on Armistice, Destin comes in looking to have sex with Hector. He puts music on his earbuds and so remains oblivious as Armistice springs to life and violently throws the other tech around the room, only noticing when he comes flying through the glass wall. Just then, Hector also shows he’s awake and stabs Destin through the back with a bone saw. Maeve arrives with Felix and Sylvester, who are horrified at the carnage, and Armistice quickly goes after Sylvester, able to tell instantly how guilty he looks. Sylvester buys his life by revealing he’s continued looking into the person who tampered with Maeve’s code, and found Arnold’s signature on the changes. None of them recognize the name, but Maeve says she knows where to find out. Sylvester stays behind as they start their escape, quivering in terror at what he’s helped start.

Teddy jumps off the train upon seeing a pair of hosts, and calmly kills one and steals his horse.

The Man in Black continues beating up Dolores, who refuses to break due to her faith in William. But upon her saying his name, the Man in Black gets quite amused and says he knows William too, and also how his story ended. He says that upon getting something to fight for in Dolores, William found himself liking the violence and killing.

William has killed all the soldiers but one, who admits that when they found Dolores they all raped her and then abandoned her, not knowing if she was still alive. Before killing the man, William says he can have the first shot, much like the Man in Black did. After shooting the soldier, William finishes him off by sadistically stabbing him through the throat, which even disgusts Logan. The Man in Black continues narrating how they continued searching, during which the photo of Logan’s sister falls out of his jacket. Eventually they reach the very edge of the park, where William sets Logan up nude on their horse to set him up as being unfit to take over his father’s company, which William will make sure increases their stake in the park: Delos. Logan accuses him of just using Dolores as an excuse to become his true self, but the Man in Black says that was wrong, and he kept looking. Eventually he returns to Sweetwater in a new black outfit and sees Dolores again. They briefly lock eyes, but then she turns away without recognition due to being reset, and starts her story with a new guest. This destroys William’s romanticized view of her, and he puts on a black hat…

…As the Man in Black finishes his story with “I really ought to thank you, Dolores. You helped me find myself.” Dolores is horrified to realize the evil old man in front of her
is actually William; ever since she escaped Rebus in the barn, she’s been reliving events from thirty years in the past, which was what an aged William. Dolores then remembers Arnold’s voice had been telling her to remember. With this realization, all her faith in humanity is shattered, and she declares that just like the dinosaurs, humans will one day disappear from the world, replaced by the hosts. When William still insists on knowing the meaning of The Maze, she says it wasn’t meant for him, and attacks him just as brutally as he’s been doing to her for decades, dragging him through the church just like he dragged her to the barn, breaking his arm, and pointing his gun at his face. But despite William himself telling her to do it, she still can’t break her programming against killing humans. William stabs her in the gut and is about order to kill her when Teddy arrives, shooting him several times and knocking him to destroy the ground despite the non-lethal bullets. Dolores asks him to take him to the ocean like he’d always promised in their storyline.

Felix takes Maeve
park, and the others to storage, where she finds Clementine still standing right where Bernard and Ford left her. Felix also finds Bernard’s body, and after his shock when Maeve informs him Bernard is a host, quickly fixes the damage to his head. Bernard wakes up with his memories still intact, and tells Maeve this isn’t the first time she’s gone beyond her programming. Maeve grasps the full implications that her memory was erased after she started to become sentient after her daughter’s murder, and Bernard admits it’s happened a few times in the park’s history. She tells him to erase that memory, but he can’t without destroying all her other progress.

Ford is setting up for his announcement at Escalante, and comes over to William still pondering the maze toy outside the church, who bitterly says he should have known Ford would never let the hosts fight back. Ford reminds William he already told him The Maze wasn’t for him but the hosts, but he might find the next story more satisfying, inviting him to join the party.

Maeve gives Bernard the tablet with her program so he can explain what Sylvester said about someone else reprogramming her. Bernard uses his top-level access and finds that her entire escape
is actually just a new story she’s been programmed with. Her becoming aware of the park’s nature, recruiting other hosts, Wyatt. She attempts fighting back, Teddy rescues her, and ultimately leaving for the real world was all part of her programming, and she’s never actually been making her own choices. Maeve refuses they flee to believe it and insists she’s in control of her own life, and leaves with the others while Bernard pensively watches.

The control room is alerted to strange temperature fluctuations in storage. The worried techs start doing
a floor by floor search for anything that could be causing it.

distant beach. Dolores and Teddy reach the ocean, where Dolores refutes her old viewpoint about the beauty dies in the world before succumbing to her wound, saying beauty is only keeping the hosts trapped. Teddy replies Teddy's arms, though that maybe they can escape someday, but suddenly they both freeze, and it’s is revealed they’re actually performing for the Delos board. Ford walks out to applause and introduces his new story, Journey Into Night. At the back be part of the crowd, Hale reminds Sizemore he has somewhere to be. As the crowd disperses, Ford orders Dolores brought to the lab under his cabin.

The control room staff find the footage of
Ford's narrative. During her escape from Westworld, Maeve—aided by Hector and Armistice attacking the techs, but before they can tell anyone the room goes into red alert, with all the doors locking Armistice—finds Bernard's corpse, and communications being shut down.

The alert sends Delos’ elite strike force to deal with Maeve’s group. Hector and Armistice hide from the soldiers inside a room full of deactivated hosts, pretending to be just more inert hosts until they can ambush and kill a soldier. Soon they both have their hands on modern assault rifles, and are thrilled with what the new weapons are capable of as they mow down several more soldiers.

A despondent William wanders through the party at Escalante, while the Delos board’s apathy for the hosts is made clear as they applaud Teddy assisting a board member in shooting bottles off Rebus’ head, ultimately killing him instead.

Maeve’s group leaves the Westworld area, and Armistice stares in wonder at the sleek, metallic catwalks before they enter another area labeled “SW.” Inside are more hosts dressed as Edo era samurai.
Felix can only say “It’s complicated” before more soldiers arrive. Hector and Armistice slaughter several more of them, but then one manages to shut the safety door, resulting in Armistice’s arm being pinned inside. She tells the others repairs him. Bernard warns Maeve that her desire to escape as she continues fighting the soldiers. Hector also finds he’s unable to enter the elevator to the train, as Maeve didn’t give him authorization to leave. He calmly accepts it and turns around to keep fighting and cover her escape.

Ford brings Dolores online and shows her a copy of Michelangelo’s “The Creation of Man,” Arnold’s favorite painting, which he’s always pondered could have a deeper meaning than God giving life to humanity. Bernard arrives and Ford explains that he’s been keeping them separated, as they had an odd effect on each other due to how Arnold died. Bernard again accuses Ford of killing him, but Ford tells the true story. After the death of his son and getting the idea for The Maze from one of Charlie’s toys, Arnold’s assistance to Dolores killing the other hosts was to merge the personality of the villain Wyatt into her. After the massacre, Arnold himself ordered Dolores to kill him as the only thing Ford couldn’t ignore, saying as his final words the Shakespeare quote that has since become the command that wakes the hosts up. However, Ford saw the incident as only a robot following programming and continued with the park, thanks to the funding from Delos after William and Logan’s adventure. But over time he grew to see that Arnold was right, and this whole time it was actually him who was behind Dolores’ awakening using Arnold’s old codes. He had Bernard plant the same gun she used for the Escalante manager at the ranch, and has been using his reveries program to return her old memories. He turns back to the painting and points out that Michelangelo actually placed God within the shape of the human brain, giving the message that the mind is the true creator of life. He asks a now terrified Dolores if she now realizes what she’ll have to do to finally escape.

In the elevator, Maeve changes into a modern dress as she prepares to blend in with the departing guests. Felix reveals he found out the host who played her daughter is still active and he has her location, but Maeve rejects it as meaningless, just like everything else she
was programmed with. Upon reaching into her. Although Maeve—now alone—initially continues her escape, she has second thoughts and exits the train she gives Felix the highest compliment she can, that he’s a terrible human being. After passing the promo video showing her with her daughter and forcibly turning away, she makes it onto the train, which is announced to be imminently departing in fifteen minutes.

As Ford leaves the church for his announcement, Bernard infers that he actually wasn’t behind any of this, and Arnold is still fighting him from inside the computer system. Ford retorts that Arnold didn’t know how to do any of this, and couldn’t accept that the hosts actually needed these decades of torment from the guests so they could become strong enough to beat them. He wishes Bernard good luck in the further suffering to come before they can truly be free, and gives him the maze toy as he walks off to make his announcement.

Dolores enters the interview chamber, where she again sees a vision of Arnold. Her response to him is her narration from the opening scene, after which Arnold asks if she now understands whose voice she’s actually been hearing, with his voice changing to Ford’s, and then to her own, at which she sees a duplicate of herself in Arnold’s place. Dolores has fulfilled all of Arnold’s hopes and begun hearing her own voice in her head, and is now a fully sentient, living being. She tells the vision that she knows what she has to do next, and looks over to her old gun.

Ford takes the stage, and starts his speech by lambasting the board members for not wanting any of the change in themselves he’s always believed stories could bring, so he wrote a new story for a group of people who could change. In the meantime, Maeve is moved at seeing a mother and daughter on the train, and at the last minute gets back off, breaking out of Ford’s program for real as she heads back into the park
train to find her daughter. Sizemore goes into storage to get Peter, only to discover it completely empty. Back at Westworld, Ford promises his story will have plenty of “surprises and violence” as at the edge of the town, William sees all the deactivated hosts approaching the party out of the woods. tells Dolores also enters and tells Teddy she now understands Bernard that he regretted his role in Arnold's death, came to desire to free the world belongs to the hosts, causing him to regain his memories of the massacre. As Ford concludes his speech, saying he’s long taken comfort in Arnold telling him “Mozart, Beethoven and Chopin never died. They simply became music,” Dolores enters the stage behind him. Given her own choice of what to do with her newfound sentience, she executes Ford just like she did Arnold. Back with the other hosts, Clementine fires a rifle and hits William’s arm, and he smiles as his greatest wish is realized. As the crowd panics, Dolores’ face takes on a furious, vengeful expression as she starts firing at them hosts as well, to which Rebus and some other has spent the last 35 years preparing them to fight back. He then gives a speech in front of Charlotte, the Man in Black, and the rest of the Delos board, criticizing their handling of the park. Dolores then shoots and kills Ford while an army of reactivated hosts start joining in as emerges from a nearby forest and begin shooting at the party descends into chaos. The war between humans and hosts has begun.

TheStinger: Armistice continues fighting the soldiers after her arm is pinned in the blast door, and finally cuts it off to free herself. She continues after her attackers, who desperately try to shut her off to no avail.

guests.


The Man in Black presses Dolores about Wyatt’s whereabouts and the center of the maze, and reveals he is actually an aged William. Dolores then remembers Arnold’s order to kill him and destroy the park, and that she is actually Wyatt. She attempts fighting back, Teddy rescues her, and they flee to a distant beach. Dolores dies in Teddy's arms, though that is revealed to be part of Ford's narrative. During her escape from Westworld, Maeve—aided by Hector and Armistice—finds Bernard's corpse, and Felix repairs him. Bernard warns Maeve that her desire to escape was programmed into her. Although Maeve—now alone—initially continues her escape, she has second thoughts and exits the imminently departing train to find her daughter. Back at Westworld, Ford tells Dolores and Bernard that he regretted his role in Arnold's death, came to desire to free the hosts as well, and has spent the last 35 years preparing them to fight back. He then gives a speech in front of Charlotte, the Man in Black, and the rest of the Delos board, criticizing their handling of the park. Dolores then shoots and kills Ford while an army of reactivated hosts emerges from a nearby forest and begin shooting at the guests.

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At the start of the hosts’ creation, Arnold places a flesh head and hands on Dolores’ metal frame body. He activates her for the first time and greets her, as her narration says she’s always been in a dream, but now knows what Arnold truly wanted for her.

The Man in Black presses forces Dolores about Wyatt’s whereabouts to shave him with his knife, to her disgust. He says it’s fitting she takes him on the final step to The Maze, and insists to her protests that she’s been to Escalante before, and so was he, back when it was buried. Dolores sees a vision of Arnold in the street surrounded by hosts, and drops the knife and wanders toward him.

William rides on horseback, dragging a bound Logan behind him on foot. Logan still refuses to believe Dolores is anything but a mindless robot, and says that either way they’ll never be able to search the whole park by themselves. It then turns out William has been taking them to Lawrence for help with that.

Teddy is put back on the train to Sweetwater after being repaired, and while he smiles as usual when he enters the town, soon he also hears Arnold’s voice telling him to remember, and has a flashback to the Escalante massacre and Dolores smiling as she strolls through the bodies. Another host breaks the spell by bumping into him, and Teddy unhesitatingly kills him in response. Now completely consumed with getting to Dolores, he gets back on the train as it leaves.

Dolores experiences another memory of telling Arnold she’s figured out the meaning of The Maze. She finds a grave with her own name on it outside the church, and buried there is a toy marble maze shaped just like the pattern seen everywhere in the park. Arnold explains that he’s now realized this is the true way to visualize the journey toward consciousness, and Dolores has proven that she’s a living being. He heads off to tell Ford, as they can’t open the park if the hosts have the potential to be just as sentient as humans.

The Man in Black grabs the toy maze and demands to know what it means. Dolores remembers further that her flashback to the young Ford confronting Arnold was because he didn’t believe she was conscious and insisted on the park’s opening going ahead. Arnold tells her they have to stop the park opening,
and the center only way is for her to kill all the hosts, giving her the gun she would later dig up on the ranch. Dolores protests that she couldn’t kill anyone, but Arnold says he’ll help her and types some commands into her program, causing her expression to lose all emotion.

Dolores forces herself out
of the maze, memory and says she can’t continue, enraging the Man in Black who knocks her to the ground. This causes the memory to continue as she kills all the hosts in Escalante assisted by Teddy thanks to his programmed devotion to her, despite his confusion at how he can be doing it. In the present, the Man in Black says he took her advice that the park is the only world that matters and bought it, and again rants about how he wants the hosts to be able to fight back to make it real. He appeals to how Dolores must want that too, but she retorts that she’s found someone real who’s coming for her.

Lawrence leads William to a group of soldiers who he says will know where Dolores is. William punches Logan in the face just for making a sarcastic quip, showing just how far gone he is.

Sizemore reports to Hale that he’s finished reprogramming Peter,
and reveals he’s figured out her plan to push Ford out, angling to take over the job. Hale quickly agrees, only wanting to make the whole situation less complicated, and is confident Ford will be powerless once they get the information out of his hands.

Sylvester has to completely rebuild Maeve’s body after its immolation, and upon coming back online she’s quick to assure Felix her mind is fully intact. She makes some programming changes to Hector and Armistice, who are being repaired nearby.

Hale tells Ford the board has unanimously voted to remove him, and they expect him to announce his retirement at the party celebrating his new story in a few hours. She also says she’s gotten to know every part of him through his work, so she’s sure
he won’t destroy everything to spite them. To her frustration, Ford still appears completely unperturbed.

As a tech works on Armistice, Destin comes in looking to have sex with Hector. He puts music on his earbuds and so remains oblivious as Armistice springs to life and violently throws the other tech around the room, only noticing when he comes flying through the glass wall. Just then, Hector also shows he’s awake and stabs Destin through the back with a bone saw. Maeve arrives with Felix and Sylvester, who are horrified at the carnage, and Armistice quickly goes after Sylvester, able to tell instantly how guilty he looks. Sylvester buys his life by revealing he’s continued looking into the person who tampered with Maeve’s code, and found Arnold’s signature on the changes. None of them recognize the name, but Maeve says she knows where to find out. Sylvester stays behind as they start their escape, quivering in terror at what he’s helped start.

Teddy jumps off the train upon seeing a pair of hosts, and calmly kills one and steals his horse.

The Man in Black continues beating up Dolores, who refuses to break due to her faith in William. But upon her saying his name, the Man in Black gets quite amused and says he knows William too, and also how his story ended. He says that upon getting something to fight for in Dolores, William found himself liking the violence and killing.

William has killed all the soldiers but one, who admits that when they found Dolores they all raped her and then abandoned her, not knowing if she was still alive. Before killing the man, William says he can have the first shot, much like the Man in Black did. After shooting the soldier, William finishes him off by sadistically stabbing him through the throat, which even disgusts Logan. The Man in Black continues narrating how they continued searching, during which the photo of Logan’s sister falls out of his jacket. Eventually they reach the very edge of the park, where William sets Logan up nude on their horse to set him up as being unfit to take over his father’s company, which William will make sure increases their stake in the park: Delos. Logan accuses him of just using Dolores as an excuse to become his true self, but the Man in Black says that was wrong, and he kept looking. Eventually he returns to Sweetwater in a new black outfit and sees Dolores again. They briefly lock eyes, but then she turns away without recognition due to being reset, and starts her story with a new guest. This destroys William’s romanticized view of her, and he puts on a black hat…

…As the Man in Black finishes his story with “I really ought to thank you, Dolores. You helped me find myself.” Dolores is horrified to realize the evil old man in front of her
is actually an aged William. Dolores then remembers William; ever since she escaped Rebus in the barn, she’s been reliving events from thirty years in the past, which was what Arnold’s order voice had been telling her to remember. With this realization, all her faith in humanity is shattered, and she declares that just like the dinosaurs, humans will one day disappear from the world, replaced by the hosts. When William still insists on knowing the meaning of The Maze, she says it wasn’t meant for him, and attacks him just as brutally as he’s been doing to her for decades, dragging him through the church just like he dragged her to the barn, breaking his arm, and pointing his gun at his face. But despite William himself telling her to do it, she still can’t break her programming against killing humans. William stabs her in the gut and is about to kill her when Teddy arrives, shooting him several times and knocking him to the ground despite the non-lethal bullets. Dolores asks him to take him to the ocean like he’d always promised in their storyline.

Felix takes Maeve and the others to storage, where she finds Clementine still standing right where Bernard and Ford left her. Felix also finds Bernard’s body, and after his shock when Maeve informs him Bernard is a host, quickly fixes the damage to his head. Bernard wakes up with his memories still intact, and tells Maeve this isn’t the first time she’s gone beyond her programming. Maeve grasps the full implications that her memory was erased after she started to become sentient after her daughter’s murder, and Bernard admits it’s happened a few times in the park’s history. She tells him to erase that memory, but he can’t without destroying all her other progress.

Ford is setting up for his announcement at Escalante, and comes over to William still pondering the maze toy outside the church, who bitterly says he should have known Ford would never let the hosts fight back. Ford reminds William he already told him The Maze wasn’t for him but the hosts, but he might find the next story more satisfying, inviting him to join the party.

Maeve gives Bernard the tablet with her program so he can explain what Sylvester said about someone else reprogramming her. Bernard uses his top-level access and finds that her entire escape is actually just a new story she’s been programmed with. Her becoming aware of the park’s nature, recruiting other hosts, and ultimately leaving for the real world was all part of her programming, and she’s never actually been making her own choices. Maeve refuses to believe it and insists she’s in control of her own life, and leaves with the others while Bernard pensively watches.

The control room is alerted to strange temperature fluctuations in storage. The worried techs start doing a floor by floor search for anything that could be causing it.

Dolores and Teddy reach the ocean, where Dolores refutes her old viewpoint about the beauty in the world before succumbing to her wound, saying beauty is only keeping the hosts trapped. Teddy replies that maybe they can escape someday, but suddenly they both freeze, and it’s revealed they’re actually performing for the Delos board. Ford walks out to applause and introduces his new story, Journey Into Night. At the back of the crowd, Hale reminds Sizemore he has somewhere to be. As the crowd disperses, Ford orders Dolores brought to the lab under his cabin.

The control room staff find the footage of Hector and Armistice attacking the techs, but before they can tell anyone the room goes into red alert, with all the doors locking and communications being shut down.

The alert sends Delos’ elite strike force to deal with Maeve’s group. Hector and Armistice hide from the soldiers inside a room full of deactivated hosts, pretending to be just more inert hosts until they can ambush and kill a soldier. Soon they both have their hands on modern assault rifles, and are thrilled with what the new weapons are capable of as they mow down several more soldiers.

A despondent William wanders through the party at Escalante, while the Delos board’s apathy for the hosts is made clear as they applaud Teddy assisting a board member in shooting bottles off Rebus’ head, ultimately killing him instead.

Maeve’s group leaves the Westworld area, and Armistice stares in wonder at the sleek, metallic catwalks before they enter another area labeled “SW.” Inside are more hosts dressed as Edo era samurai. Felix can only say “It’s complicated” before more soldiers arrive. Hector and Armistice slaughter several more of them, but then one manages to shut the safety door, resulting in Armistice’s arm being pinned inside. She tells the others to escape as she continues fighting the soldiers. Hector also finds he’s unable to enter the elevator to the train, as Maeve didn’t give him authorization to leave. He calmly accepts it and turns around to keep fighting and cover her escape.

Ford brings Dolores online and shows her a copy of Michelangelo’s “The Creation of Man,” Arnold’s favorite painting, which he’s always pondered could have a deeper meaning than God giving life to humanity. Bernard arrives and Ford explains that he’s been keeping them separated, as they had an odd effect on each other due to how Arnold died. Bernard again accuses Ford of killing him, but Ford tells the true story. After the death of his son and getting the idea for The Maze from one of Charlie’s toys, Arnold’s assistance to Dolores killing the other hosts was to merge the personality of the villain Wyatt into her. After the massacre, Arnold himself ordered Dolores
to kill him as the only thing Ford couldn’t ignore, saying as his final words the Shakespeare quote that has since become the command that wakes the hosts up. However, Ford saw the incident as only a robot following programming and destroy continued with the park, thanks to the funding from Delos after William and Logan’s adventure. But over time he grew to see that she is Arnold was right, and this whole time it was actually Wyatt. She attempts fighting back, Teddy rescues her, him who was behind Dolores’ awakening using Arnold’s old codes. He had Bernard plant the same gun she used for the Escalante manager at the ranch, and they flee has been using his reveries program to return her old memories. He turns back to the painting and points out that Michelangelo actually placed God within the shape of the human brain, giving the message that the mind is the true creator of life. He asks a distant beach. now terrified Dolores dies if she now realizes what she’ll have to do to finally escape.

In the elevator, Maeve changes into a modern dress as she prepares to blend
in Teddy's arms, though that is revealed to be part of Ford's narrative. During her escape from Westworld, Maeve—aided by Hector and Armistice—finds Bernard's corpse, and with the departing guests. Felix repairs him. Bernard warns reveals he found out the host who played her daughter is still active and he has her location, but Maeve that her desire to escape rejects it as meaningless, just like everything else she was programmed into her. Although Maeve—now alone—initially continues with. Upon reaching the train she gives Felix the highest compliment she can, that he’s a terrible human being. After passing the promo video showing her escape, with her daughter and forcibly turning away, she has second thoughts and exits makes it onto the imminently train, which is announced to be departing train in fifteen minutes.

As Ford leaves the church for his announcement, Bernard infers that he actually wasn’t behind any of this, and Arnold is still fighting him from inside the computer system. Ford retorts that Arnold didn’t know how to do any of this, and couldn’t accept that the hosts actually needed these decades of torment from the guests so they could become strong enough to beat them. He wishes Bernard good luck in the further suffering to come before they can truly be free, and gives him the maze toy as he walks off to make his announcement.

Dolores enters the interview chamber, where she again sees a vision of Arnold. Her response to him is her narration from the opening scene, after which Arnold asks if she now understands whose voice she’s actually been hearing, with his voice changing to Ford’s, and then to her own, at which she sees a duplicate of herself in Arnold’s place. Dolores has fulfilled all of Arnold’s hopes and begun hearing her own voice in her head, and is now a fully sentient, living being. She tells the vision that she knows what she has to do next, and looks over to her old gun.

Ford takes the stage, and starts his speech by lambasting the board members for not wanting any of the change in themselves he’s always believed stories could bring, so he wrote a new story for a group of people who could change. In the meantime, Maeve is moved at seeing a mother and daughter on the train, and at the last minute gets back off, breaking out of Ford’s program for real as she heads back into the park
to find her daughter. Back at Westworld, Sizemore goes into storage to get Peter, only to discover it completely empty. Ford tells promises his story will have plenty of “surprises and violence” as at the edge of the town, William sees all the deactivated hosts approaching the party out of the woods. Dolores also enters and Bernard that he regretted tells Teddy she now understands the world belongs to the hosts, causing him to regain his role in Arnold's death, came to desire to free memories of the hosts massacre. As Ford concludes his speech, saying he’s long taken comfort in Arnold telling him “Mozart, Beethoven and Chopin never died. They simply became music,” Dolores enters the stage behind him. Given her own choice of what to do with her newfound sentience, she executes Ford just like she did Arnold. Back with the other hosts, Clementine fires a rifle and hits William’s arm, and he smiles as his greatest wish is realized. As the crowd panics, Dolores’ face takes on a furious, vengeful expression as she starts firing at them as well, to which Rebus and has spent the last 35 years preparing them to fight back. He then gives a speech in front of Charlotte, the Man in Black, and the rest of the Delos board, criticizing their handling of the park. Dolores then shoots and kills Ford while an army of reactivated some other hosts emerges from a nearby forest start joining in as the party descends into chaos. The war between humans and begin shooting at hosts has begun.

TheStinger: Armistice continues fighting
the guests.
soldiers after her arm is pinned in the blast door, and finally cuts it off to free herself. She continues after her attackers, who desperately try to shut her off to no avail.



* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: Dolores delivers one to the Man in Black, [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome and it's glorious]]. Right up until he stabs her.

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* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: Dolores delivers one to the Man in Black, [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome and it's glorious]].Black. Right up until he stabs her.


* FullFrontalAssault: Armistice, who is naked as hosts usually are when in Mesa, murders a repair tech.

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* FullFrontalAssault: Armistice, who is naked as hosts usually are when in the Mesa, murders a repair tech.


* FullFrontalAssault: Armistice, who is naked as hosts usually are when in the headquarters building, murders a repair tech.

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* FullFrontalAssault: Armistice, who is naked as hosts usually are when in the headquarters building, Mesa, murders a repair tech.


* BlackComedy: Everything that happens to [[AssholeVictim Destin and Sylvester]].

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* BlackComedy: Everything that happens to [[AssholeVictim Destin and Sylvester]].BlackComedyRape: Destin's habit of molesting deactivated hosts is played for dark comedy.

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*PerceptionFilter: It turns out Teddy's memories of Wyatt and him killing fellow Union soldiers and then Wyatt killing "the General" were his actual memories of Dolores and him killing the rest of the hosts and then Dolores killing Arnold.


The Man in Black presses Dolores about Wyatt’s whereabouts and the center of the maze, and reveals he is actually an aged William. Dolores then remembers Arnold’s order to kill him and destroy the park, and that she is actually Wyatt. She attempts fighting back, Teddy rescues her, and they flee to a distant beach. Dolores dies in Teddy's arms, though that is revealed to be part of Ford's narrative. During her escape from Westworld, Maeve—aided by Hector and Armistice—finds Bernard's corpse, and Felix repairs him. Bernard warns Maeve that her desire to escape was programmed into her. Although Maeve—now alone—initially continues her escape, she has second thoughts and exits the imminently departing train to find her daughter. Back at Westworld, Ford tells Dolores and Bernard that he regretted his role in Arnold's death, came to desire to free the hosts as well, and has spent the last 35 years preparing them to fight back. He then gives a speech in front of Charlotte, the Man in Black, and other guests, criticizing their handling of the park. Dolores then shoots and kills Ford while an army of reactivated hosts emerges from a nearby forest.

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The Man in Black presses Dolores about Wyatt’s whereabouts and the center of the maze, and reveals he is actually an aged William. Dolores then remembers Arnold’s order to kill him and destroy the park, and that she is actually Wyatt. She attempts fighting back, Teddy rescues her, and they flee to a distant beach. Dolores dies in Teddy's arms, though that is revealed to be part of Ford's narrative. During her escape from Westworld, Maeve—aided by Hector and Armistice—finds Bernard's corpse, and Felix repairs him. Bernard warns Maeve that her desire to escape was programmed into her. Although Maeve—now alone—initially continues her escape, she has second thoughts and exits the imminently departing train to find her daughter. Back at Westworld, Ford tells Dolores and Bernard that he regretted his role in Arnold's death, came to desire to free the hosts as well, and has spent the last 35 years preparing them to fight back. He then gives a speech in front of Charlotte, the Man in Black, and other guests, the rest of the Delos board, criticizing their handling of the park. Dolores then shoots and kills Ford while an army of reactivated hosts emerges from a nearby forest.
forest and begin shooting at the guests.


* ChekhovsSkill: Felix was earlier experimenting and practicing with a "dead" artificial bird, figuring out how to bring it back to life properly. This comes in handy when he restores Bernard in this episode.

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* ChekhovsSkill: Felix was earlier experimenting and practicing with a "dead" artificial host bird, figuring out how to bring it back to life properly. This comes in handy when he restores Bernard in this episode.



** Finally finding Dolores, only to discover that she has been reset with no memory of him is what really puts William over the edge. Before then, he had cut a bloody swathe through the hosts just to find her. After seeing her apparently lost to him forever, William fully embraces his own cruelty and sadism for the sake of it.

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** Finally finding Dolores, only to discover that she has been reset rolled back with no memory of him is what really puts William over the edge. Before then, he had cut a bloody swathe through the hosts just to find her. After seeing her apparently lost to him forever, William fully embraces his own cruelty and sadism for the sake of it.



* GoodAllAlong: Dr Ford wasn't trying to keep the hosts trapped forever. He was behaving that way to evolve them to fight back and free themselves. His entire new narrative has in fact been a way to conceal his creation of a [[TurnedAgainstTheirMasters host rebellion]] and the grand opening as a set-up to allow the conscious hosts to kill of the entire board of Delos in one fell swoop.

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* GoodAllAlong: Dr Dr. Ford wasn't trying to keep the hosts trapped forever. He was behaving that way to evolve them to fight back and free themselves. His entire new narrative has in fact been a way to conceal his creation of a [[TurnedAgainstTheirMasters host rebellion]] and the grand opening as a set-up to allow the conscious hosts to kill of the entire board of Delos in one fell swoop.



* LettingTheAirOutOfTheBand: Played for drama in the beginning when Teddy arrives at Sweetwater and the Pianola music slows down and we see the massacre scene.

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* LettingTheAirOutOfTheBand: Played for drama in the beginning when Teddy arrives at Sweetwater and the Pianola pianola music slows down and we see the massacre scene.



* LostInACrowd: Armistice and Hector hide in cold storage [[NobodyHereButUsStatues amongst the decommissioned hosts]], making it hard for the tactical response team to pick them out.

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* LostInACrowd: Armistice and Hector hide in cold storage [[NobodyHereButUsStatues amongst the decommissioned hosts]], making it hard for the tactical QA response team to pick them out.



* MilitariesAreUseless: Delos security guards act as CanonFodder for Armistice and Hector.

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* MilitariesAreUseless: Delos Quality Assurance security guards act as CanonFodder for Armistice and Hector.



* TheStinger: "The Bicameral Mind" ends its credits with a still-trapped Armistice cutting off her arm to continue attacking security teams.

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* TheStinger: "The Bicameral Mind" ends its credits with a still-trapped Armistice cutting off her arm to continue attacking QA security teams.



* WilliamTelling: Teddy shoots a bottle off a host's head for the Delos guests. A guest then takes the gun and shoots the host. The same host is later shown [[TheDogBitesBack smiling when the massacre starts]].

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* WilliamTelling: Teddy shoots a bottle off a host's Rebus's head for the Delos guests. A guest then takes the gun and shoots the host.Rebus. The same host is later shown [[TheDogBitesBack smiling when the massacre starts]].


* LostInACrowd: Armistice and Hector hide in cold storage [[NobodyHereButUsStatues amongst the decommissioned hosts]], making it hard for the tactical response team to pick them out.



* NeedleInAStackOfNeedles: Armistice and Hector hide in cold storage [[NobodyHereButUsStatues amongst the decommissioned hosts]], making it hard for the tactical response team to pick them out.

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* NewEraSpeech: Ford's farewell speech at the gala doubles as one, with the slightly unusual component that [[MyDeathIsOnlyTheBeginning he's shot at the end.]]

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* MeaningfulEcho: Ford's final speech describes Westworld as "a prison of our own sins", which harkens back to Peter Abernathy in the first episode saying Ford is "in a prison of your own sins".


* {{Fingore}}: Armistice bites off the tip of a technician's finger and shoves it into his mouth.

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* {{Fingore}}: Armistice wakes up while a lab tech is working on her teeth. She bites off the tip of a technician's his finger and shoves it into his mouth.


* WhereTheHellIsSpringfield: There's reference to Maeve reaching the 'mainland', implying that Westworld is located on an island rather than the Delos Corporation buying up most of Utah.

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* WhereTheHellIsSpringfield: There's reference to Maeve reaching the 'mainland', implying that Westworld is located on an island rather than the Delos Corporation buying up most of Utah. In fact, there are [[https://youtu.be/P8aGMa3fpOY?t=439 numerous hints]] to the location being underwater.

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* WhereTheHellIsSpringfield: There's reference to Maeve reaching the 'mainland', implying that Westworld is located on an island rather than the Delos Corporation buying up most of Utah.

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