“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.
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- Maeve is more interesting than Dolores
- The call is coming from inside Westworld
- Ford’s “family”
- Teddy ain’t so snuggly anymore
- Lee Sizemore: Professional Asshole