Westworld: Dark Times For Humanity This Third Season

This is a review-recap for Westworld s03 premiere


Humanity, watch out! Dolores isn’t here to play.

With a badass dress change and a killer rampage, Dolores ain’t joking at all. If I were a character in the show, if be shaking to my core because, according to the new queen of the Andals (sorry, the future robot queen world 😁):

“The real gods are here, and they’re very angry.”

This season premiere does set things up a long way for what I consider might be a resounding irony;

Dolores has a deep dislike for humanity and wants to see it toppled; thanks to the new AI player in the series, Rehoboam, she might actually have a shot. The new guy, Caleb, played by Aaron Paul, dislikes robots to an extent. But their paths cross at the end of the episode and, from the trailers, we know they eventually join forces.

What if a romance brews between them? A real one. That’ll be sad because it’ll definitely end in tragedy.

Aaron Paul’s Caleb has enough skeleton in his past that makes him seem interesting. His time in the army and the loss of his friend are sure to have devastating (PTSD) consequences for the character. Then, there’s also the thing about him not having an implant, something the show will certainly address soon.

Arnold seems very interesting this season, with the whole split personality thing. I think Dolores is the pulling his string. Do you agree?

Where’s William, aka the Man in Black? He needs to come in like a wrecking ball and turn the heat up before the Hosts really take over the world.

Who’s inside Martin’s host? Teddy? 🤔

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