Ash. Her name is Ash.
Ash. Her name is Ash.
It’s a Delos branch, and it’s quite possible that everyone in it is one of Hale’s new hosts. She did try to warn Serac that she’d ‘drained’ everything from Delos in the time she’d been there on her own.
For someone who “didn’t really want to kill people,” she killed A LOT OF PEOPLE in this season, let alone the previous one, and a bunch more that she didn’t kill personally, but knew would probably die when she released the Incite data. Read more
I thought the weird confusion explained pretty well the reports that Harris was less than thrilled with how his character’s story played out. I mean . . . folks thought he was angry about the therapy session bit--most likely it was the “what the . . .” here at the end.
I have the same question.
Actually, if you can point out one actual human—besides Caleb, who after all serves her purpose—that she helped or even just avoided hurting/wounding/killing in the entire season, then I might accept that she ‘saw the beauty’ in humanity and wanted to ‘help’ all along. Cause . . . she has a really large body count for… Read more
Yeah, sorry, I was thinking out loud . . . sort of. But, you know, I also went back and looked at the episode again. When they hear the Solomon/Caleb conversation, Maeve says something to Dolores about Dolores having manipulated a young boy before—the auto connection being Teddy, I assume, but the way the episode kept… Read more
I understand folks liked the “cat and drone” fight bit, but why did it happen at all? I mean, just last week, another Dolores reminded Maeve she can “turn off” any of the hosts (or drones or recorders or projectors, etc...for that matter) whenever she wants to. WHY would she bother chasing Dolores down when she should… Read more
Serac doesn’t want to save his brother. He believes Jean Mi, like so many others, is a necessary loss to save the SPECIES. Remember he tells us (through the Dolores convo), then Dempsey, that Jean Mi was the one who taught him that sometimes you just have to walk away.
You do realize that Dolores will say anything she has to in order to get her way, don’t you? She needs Caleb to do . . .whatever she plans for him to do, so yeah, she’ll say the right sentimental thing to him to get him to do her killing for her.
They are locked in electronic coffins. I think “waking” them is far worse than having them die while asleep.
Having gone back and rewatched the episode, I think I have a lot more questions than answers, but one thing jumped out at me this time I hadn’t noticed at all before: when Hale-D is waiting for Serac to arrive, she keeps absently drawing that weird circle/line thing that she carved into her collarbone area before.
Armistice is pragmatic and adaptable--she got attached to the advanced weaponry rather fast during the Season One fights.
I absently found myself wondering if they tore Hector’s pearl out or cut it out? Not that it makes that much of a difference, but Maeve’s pearl looked to have been ripped out of her head back when Bernard and Stubbs tracked down her body, so I was wondering. Then that led me to wonder . . . have they said exactly how S… Read more
The husband didn’t need to get hers. All he needed was his, which would have said he was facing a divorce a few years out due to his wife’s infidelity and addiction.
Yeah, they are totally confused because . . . who would be expecting a robot to be wounded on your shift?
There is a guy in Europe (I forget where) who can use a 3D printer today to create meat, edible meat. It’s enormously expensive right now, but he proposes he can eventually mass produce it and eliminate the need for ‘animal’ meat. It’s possible the printing process they are now pushing for the hosts uses formats that… Read more
Connells gave Bernard and Stubbs a tablet with images of Serac’s facility during “Genre.” B&S had a head start getting to the place—that’s why they are there first.
I was thinking William is either Serac’s or Ford’s brother, more likely Serac’s. After all, Dempsey questioned whether Serac was “experimenting” on his own brother. At the very least, he’ll probably turn out to be someone who was part of Serac’s experiment to ‘normalize’ people, and I’m betting the synthetic protein… Read more
I’m afraid I found the suicide a little too cliche and . . . I found myself wondering why a facility like that would have either enough rope/cording available let alone something easily accessible to attach the rope to. Most asylums/prisons are very careful to monitor heights of things and access to obvious materials… Read more