Are you watching Westworld? We’re absolutely hooked and can’t wait to catch the 90-minute finale tonight.
Here are our top 5 scenes from Westworld:
The nickname given to Bernard after episode 9’s shocking twist. The scene where Bernard first finds out he’s a host is charged with emotion, especially after he kills Theresa, but this one tops it as now he knows who he really is – a question all the hosts are asking.
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Maeve’s in charge
Thandie Newton’s character Maeve has become one of our absolute favourites – she’s strong, fierce, and taking control. After she gains access to her own mind, and decides to break out of the park, she’s in a league of her own. When she asks a technician ‘How many times have you died?’ It’s just chilling!
Any scene with sexy Hector (Rodrigo Santoro)
It doesn’t really matter what this man’s doing, if he’s in the shot, we’re captivated! We first fell in love with him in the British rom-com Love Actually, but we’re loving him as the dangerous cowboy, too.
Dolores’ first shooting spree
It’s violent, but brilliant! Throughout the series, she’s gone from strength to strength, but here she really comes into her own.
Quote of the episode? “I imagined a story where I didn’t have to be the damsel.” You go, Dolores!
Ed Harris (Man in Black) and the maze
Despite his general villainy, there’s something about this character that keeps us glued to our screens – you just never know what he’s going to do next! The scene where he scalps a host on a hilltop is admittedly gruesome, but it helps to reveal an important plot line about the park’s maze. Hopefully, we’ll find out more in tonight’s finale…
This scene from the finale!
We haven’t seen it yet, but there’s reason to believe tonight’s episode will be just as gripping as the last 9. Maeve mentioned needing an army, and we can’t wait to see what these four manage to get up to – here’s hoping the make it out!
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