“These androids aren’t real people!”
Have you been languishing in a television desert since the finale of Westworld? Have you been talking to toasters and seducing hand blenders while pining over Dolores and William’s tragic doomed love? Are you frankly not 100% certain what happened during the Season Finale?
Westworld is like Jurassic Park plus Blade Runner plus The Magnificent Seven plus soft core porn. Listen to our newest episode all about the HBO series and join us in throwing shade and reading each character to the floor. We let you in on all the rumors about Season 2 (premiering early in 2018) and fan theories about virtually every aspect of the show. We’re deeply guilty of not talking about Isaac Asimov or the Three Laws of Robotics, but the episode does include:
**ALL SHADE, ALL SPOILERS**
- an in-depth discussion of Episode 10, “The Bicameral Mind”
- android anatomy
- the path from Michael’s Crichton’s screenplay to book to movie to TV show
- Westworld vs. Romanworld vs. Futureworld vs. Medievalworld vs. Samuraiworld?
- Why Hector and Armistice will grow up to be Death Eaters
- The magnificent glory that is Maeve
- Yul Brynner (and his bulge)
- having sex with robots vs. killing robots
- “Is that what you’re doing now? Practicing?” How humans are like robots
- Reddit’s oracular power
- why The Man in Black’s wife is afraid of him
- Which One?
- Second Opinions
- and more!
And if you want to know more:
Discover Westworld and make a reservation today,
read Westworld, published in 1974,
watch Yul Brynner in the original Westworld movie that premiered in 1973,
sip a lavender cappuccino at Apanas Coffee and Beer, and
listen to Up and Vanished for your daily dose of true crime.
Thanks for listening bbs!!
Morgan Messick is a Pop-Culture fanatic, Podcast Host, and total #BookBabe living in Austin, TX with her Husband and little dog Scoop. She aspires to grow her #TBR pile, do all of the hiking, travel as often as possible and make a joke at every turn. She utilizes laughter and yoga for daily medicine, thinks that Harry Potter is magic for all ages, and truly believes Die Hard is a great Christmas movie (SO DEAL WITH IT.) Catch her musings here, and around the web — links in the “about” page!