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  1. Questions and Speculations

    Sorry. Financial Times writer is angry at the fact that Alexa has a female voice and as a compliant helper, is antithetical to feminism.
  2. Questions and Speculations

    Speaking of which....the "equal rights for bots" movement has already started.
  3. the problems of westworld are closer than you think.....
  4. S02.E09: Vanishing Point 2018.06.17

    No. IT was about eight or ten years before S1.
  5. S02.E09: Vanishing Point 2018.06.17

    This is the interwebs, correct spelling is optional.
  6. S02.E09: Vanishing Point 2018.06.17

    No. Fuck Wyatt. Ford put Wyatt in Delores' code and "he's" basically taken over. For the most part, Delores is dead.
  7. S02.E09: Vanishing Point 2018.06.17

    I'll lay odds that there's another Delores, or that Delores is usually William's "Stepford Wife" when he's at the Mesa doing his CEO thing at the park rather than on walkabout. Was that her as a waitress when he and his family were at the reception?
  8. S02.E09: Vanishing Point 2018.06.17

    But William is NOT a guest. He was when we first met him as a bright young thing going on a trip with his future brother'n'law in the second episode of Season one. As the Man in Black, and the President and CEO of Delos Destinations, Inc, he's been staff there for years and years and years. We remember him doing the "analysis" schtick with Dolores in the Mesa. He does an annual pilgrimage as a guest once or twice a year, sure, but he's there as staff, as CEO, most of the time, and has been to all the other parks on countless occasions as well. Of course he belongs there! He owns the park as much as Ford does. He undoubtaedly has his own apartment in the Mesa.
  9. S02.E09: Vanishing Point 2018.06.17

    The hosts are ALL Ford's children. She's just his favorite is all....
  10. Hereditary (2018)

    it reminded me of rosemary's baby.
  11. I don't remember the name of it. But there was a series about a law firm that took place in 2078 and they had cases on these very subjects. It was cancelled within two months.
  12. the thing is a fantasy. That means there are a limited number of absurdities permitted around which the rest must be constructed logically. The absurdity here is that machines can develop consciousness and that science can make artificial souls. I'm looking forward to seeing the rest of MiB's backstory and seeing how they managed to tease season 3. Also, check out a film called The 13th Floor, which is somewhat similar to this series and poses the same questions.
  13. S02.E08: Kiksuya 2018.06.10

    I have plenty of doubt that that will happen. the other hosts were probably shot and Felix and Sly were "rescued' and are now being debriefed. Daughter. William's wife was "clip art" they found off the internet. They found the model much later and hired her as a featured extra in one scene. It looks like Emily is going to torture MIB mentally instead of physically.
  14. Season 1 Discussion

    I saw the first episode (free on demand) and I'm not going to get Epix. It was well done, but the standard conspiracy is boring and utterly predictable. Of course the American government is the bad guy and that the hero left the CIA in order to atone for starting the 2003 Iraq war by murdering a weapons inspector. Of Course the name of the series is "Deep State" which is, in America a paranoid myth. glad i watched it though.