The latest episode of Westworld continued the mystery of who is inside Charlotte and gave us an in-depth look at their identity struggle, as well as revealing Charlotte as an accomplice to Serac (and not the only one!). We also see Caleb discovering the true nature of the real world and deciding where his loyalties lie. While we wait to see what’s next for him and for our hosts, let’s take a peek at the interview and video roundup for “The Absence of Field.”
Who is in Charlotte Hale? Unfortunately, we didn’t get an answer to episode three’s central mystery. We did get a few other interesting reveals however, such as Caleb’s tragic backstory (and probable future), Charlotte’s son and her ties to Serac, and the existence of more than one mole in Delos’ ranks.
Westworld Season 3, Episode 3 “The Absence of Field”
Writer: Denise Thé
Director: Amanda Marsalis
Runtime: 58 minutes
Content Warnings: TV-MA: Adult Content, Adult Language, Violence
Synopsis: Some do not like what they see in the mirror but shouldn’t blame the mirror.
Excited for the next Westworld episode? Get a taste of what’s in store with a new set of photos, courtesy of HBO. The upcoming episode is titled “The Absence of Field,” written by Denise Thé with Amanda Marsalis directing. The synopsis is “Some do not like what they see in the mirror but shouldn’t blame the mirror.”
Sunday’s Westworld episode filled us in on Maeve’s and Stubbs’ stories since the park uprising, introduced us to a new villain (Serac), and gave us a fun Game of Thrones crossover! Now that Bernard, Stubbs, and Maeve are out in the real world, will they continue to oppose Dolores…or join her? While we wait to find out where their loyalties lie, let’s dig deeper into “The Winter Line” with this week’s interviews and videos!
This week’s Westworld takes a break from following Dolores on her road to revolution. Instead, we get a look at what her adversaries are doing in a episode centered on Maeve and Bernard. After last week’s post credits tease, we finally see what has happened to Maeve since the park massacre, and Bernard heads back to where the uprising began. Let’s see what we learned and what the future may hold for our hosts, shall we?
Westworld Season 3, Episode 2 “The Winter Line”
Writers: Lisa Joy and Matthew Pitts
Director: Richard J. Lewis
Runtime: 59 minutes
Content Warnings: TV-MA: Adult Content, Adult Language, Nudity, Violence
Synopsis: People put up a lot of walls. Bring a sledgehammer to your life.
Get ready for Sunday’s episode of Westworld with some beautiful new photos! HBO has released five images from the upcoming episode “The Winter Line.” Lisa Joy and Matthew Pitts wrote the script for this week, with Richard J. Lewis performing director duties. The synopsis is “People put up a lot of walls. Bring a sledgehammer to your life.” Sounds like smashing good fun!
The first Westworld episode of season three was a whirlwind of a premiere – with new sights, new characters, and new journeys. Dolores is out of the park while Bernard is heading back in, and newcomer Caleb looks to be headed for one roller coaster of a ride when he teams up with Dolores to wreak havoc in the real world. Before we see what episode two has in store, let’s dive into this week’s interviews and videos!
Westworld is back with a vengeance – or Dolores is, at any rate. The premiere picks up roughly where season two left off, with Dolores enacting her plan for world domination (?) while humans – and Bernard – try to stop her. With Dolores now in the real world we are introduced to new stunning locations and an interesting cast of characters, so let’s jump right in for some predictive analysis!