It’s hard to believe Westworld‘s second season is already over, and that we don’t have a new episode on the way! As we try to find a way to fill the Westworld shaped hole in our lives, some of the cast have taken to social media to share their memories from season two with fans. We’ve rounded up some of the most fun posts we’ve seen – check them out below!
Evan Rachel Wood (Dolores Abernathy) shares a farewell video that she made with Shannon Woodward (Elsie Hughes) and Jimmi Simpson (William).
She also lets us know how Dolores really feels about Bernard (Jeffrey Wright).
The original trio from season one – Dolores, William, and Logan (Ben Barnes). I’m not sure if these three will have a reason to film together again, but I’d love to see it!
Speaking of Ben Barnes, he has nothing but praise for the finale.
Not to spoil anything for those who haven’t seen it but that final episode of #Westworld was bonkers & bewildering & breathtaking & brilliant & other ‘b’ words! #aboutlastnight @WestworldHBO @hbo pic.twitter.com/iNw2xWbCd0
— Ben Barnes (@benbarnes) June 25, 2018
He also reveals how he and Evan Rachel Wood would blow off steam during filming. Who doesn’t love an 80s montage?
Jeffrey Wright and Anthony Hopkins (Dr. Robert Ford) prove they know how to have fun between takes as well.
As do Shannon Woodward and Luke Hemsworth (Ashley Stubbs).
Woodward also takes us behind the scenes as she tries to lighten the mood about Elsie’s death.
Only to break our hearts all over again…
That which is real is irreplaceable. 👩🏻💻❤️
— Shannon Woodward (@shannonwoodward) June 25, 2018
Ptolemy Slocum (Sylvester) shares a photo of finale viewing party fun with cast members Woodward, Leonardo Nam (Felix), Simon Quarterman (Lee Sizemore), and Katja Herbers (Emily).
— ptolemy slocum (@ptolemy) June 25, 2018
While Leonard Nam expresses appreciation for his fans.
Ingrid Bolsø Berdal (Armistice) wonders if Sylvester is the true hero of Westworld…
As another pair of heroes – Rodrigo Santoro (Hector) and Daniel Two Feathers (Ghost Nation warrior) share a photo from the set.
Is Talulah Riley hinting that Angela made it to the Valley Beyond?
Finally, Thandie Newton shows us you can never go wrong with a Game of Thrones reference.
😉 yeaaaaaaah! X https://t.co/XgbSohX1Zg
— Thandie Newton (@thandienewton) June 25, 2018