‘Westworld’ 1.06 “The Adversary” Review

Previous1 of 6

Adversary

“The Adversary” took a week away from Dolores, William and Logan (and, thankfully, the wild theories surrounding them) to indulge in some atmospheric character work that felt propulsive, thanks to the ever-impressive Thandie Newton and. This sixth episode of Westworld‘s first season was the first produced after the well-publicized break in production last winter and it shows, thankfully defusing much of the theorizing in favor of actual plot and character progression.

Click Next to scroll through the gallery or click which part of the review you’d like to start with below.

1 PX15zzc3XcYZO7I1ofQCkw

Previous1 of 6

Sam Flynn

Sam Flynn

Sam is a writer and journalist whose passion for pop culture burns with the fire of a thousand suns and at least three LED lamps.

  • “Gotta love being a white guy.” Seriously?? Out of this poorly written and theorized article, that is the dumbest line. We don’t know if he was fired yet or not. Plus if you paid attention earlier in the episode when Sizemore threatened to quit, Theresa made it sound like that wouldn’t be possible. So these may be really hardcore contracts they are involved in, nothing to do with the fact he’s white. Get over your “social justice” self and just write an article without bringing race into it.

  • Peter James

    Dude,…

    Proofread your ish, bruh.

    And that’s just as a starting point.
    Your writing and dissection skills are woefully dire.