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Westworld: "The Stray" Review

I love the continuing motif of beginning each episode on Dolores’ face. Not only does it fit with the loops Dolores herself is experiencing, but I’m guessing perhaps we’ll be seeing some differences in her demeanor as time goes on and she continues to change. Because change is what is indeed occurring, as Dolores and Bernard discussed when he gave her Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland – and we got more insight into their relationship and how he’s given her plenty of books before. This episode made clear just how much Bernard, who has lost his son, has formed a fatherly attachment to Dolores – doing his best to help her "grow up." READ MORE...

‘Westworld’ Recap: “The Stray” — Remembering Your Pain

If you could forget all of the bad things that have happened to you, would you? Or would you rather live life with that pain, that pain that makes you human? This is one of the central thematic questions at the heart of "The Stray," Westworld’s third and arguably least successful episode so far. (Note: It was still a great episode of television, just not quite as engrossing as the first two installments. I’m ready for this show to pull the trigger, as they say.) It’s the question Bernard’s wife asks Bernard (Jeffrey Wright). It’s the question Bernard asks Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood). It’s the question the hosts have never been given the option of deciding and implementing in their own lives… until now. READ MORE...

Review: In 'The Stray,' 'Westworld' asks how much the robots really remember

HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "The Stray," the latest episode of HBO's "Westworld," starring Anthony Hopkins, Ed Harris, Evan Rachel Wood, and Jeffrey Wright. ...Read More... //www.hitfix.com/whats-alan-watching/review-in-the-stray-westworld-asks-how-much-the-robots-really-remember

Westworld Breakdown: Episode 3, The Stray

Bernie and Dolores go down the rabbit hole, and secrets of the park's origins emerge. ...Read More... //blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2016/10/16/westworld-breakdown-episode-3-the-stray/?mod=WSJBlog

Westworld: Westworld Season 1, Episode 3: Dont Make Arnolds Mistake

As some of the hosts go further astray, Dr. Ford makes a reminder to remember what not who they really are. ...Read More... //www.nytimes.com/2016/10/16/arts/television/westworld-season-1-episode-3-recap.html?partner=rss&emc=rss

Westworld Recap: Our Lady of Sorrows

Is consciousness truly a gift to Dolores, or a form of cruelty? ...Read More... //www.vulture.com/2016/10/westworld-recap-season-1-episode-3.html?mid=full-rss-vulture

Westworld Season 1 Episode 3 Review: The Stray

We learned a bit more about the park and the history of the "hosts" on Westworld Season 1 Episode 3 . For 30 years Ford worked with his partner, Arnold, simply creating. They had no park, no board. And almost immediately upon creating what would later become the hosts, they passed the Turing test, meaning their intelligence was virtually indistinguishable from that of a human. ...Read More...   //www.tvfanatic.com/2016/10/westworld-season-1-episode-3-review-the-stray/

Westworld Recap: Somehow, Someday, Somewhere

Need to catch up? Check out last weeksWestworld recap here. Westworlds Teddy is one cute, sharp-cheekboned cowboy. But, if things continue apace, hes going to have to rely on more than his looks, manners and tragic backstory to keep the love of his country cutie. See, Delores is becoming a sentient being before our very [] //tvline.com/2016/10/16/westworld-recap-season-1-episode-3-the-stray-fords-partner-arnold/

'Westworld': 10 Key Moments From "The Stray"

Dolores inches closer to her self-awakening, Ford reveals secrets about his late colleague and a host goes haywire. ...Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/BXFbSeKSRYw/westworld-10-key-moments-stray-938433