In the course of its first batch of episodes, Westworld has proven itself to be a twisty affair. So when the series dropped a truckload of reveals and twists during its penultimate hour, it was expected that the season's super-sized finale would have even more surprises in store. That was true, as it turns out, as HBO's fan theory generation machine has plenty of new surprises in store for those who've become more and more engaged and obsessed with figuring out the various mysteries and puzzles that have come along with Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy's big budget television remake.
Questions about how the season will end and whether or not all of the various fan theories – and mostly been proven true – will line up with the series' narrative as the show moves forward are ready to be answered – or not, as the case may be.
There's undoubtedly plenty from the episode that you’ll want to share before the others have had a chance to see it, so feel free to do that here. Comments and discussions made here are posted under the assumption that everyone reading has already seen Westworld season 1, episode 10, ‘The Bicameral Mind.’ That means it’s going to be full-on spoiler central. If you haven’t yet seen the episode, this might not be the place you want to hang out.
For an in-depth look at episode, be sure to read our review, which will be up soon. Feel free to discuss all aspects of ‘The Bicameral Mind' right here.
Westworld will return with season 2 on HBO.