Ben and Wade campaign for the Maeve Fan Club and dissect THE ADVERSARY, Episode 6 of Season 1 in HBO’s TV series, WESTWORLD.
In particular, we chat about:
- A new YouTube video lends more weight to the theory that we’re watching different timelines.
- What type of maze are we talking about? Literal, figurative or both?
- Why the performance of Thandie Newton and the arc of her character, Maeve, deserves its own hashtag.
- Another theory about the real identity and motivations of Bernard.
- Could Arnold have been living by himself in the park all this time?
- WESTWORLD has 4 things in common with the Tom Cruise film, OBLIVION.
- YouTube video theorising that we’re seeing multiple timelines
- Oblivion (Tom Cruise movie) on IMDb
- Westworld HBO TV series on IMDb
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