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An instant breakdown of every episode of ‘Westworld’ Season 2, hosted by The Ringer's David Shoemaker and a rotating panel of obsessive Ringer staffers.
 
An instant breakdown of every episode of ‘Westworld’ Season 2, hosted by The Ringer's David Shoemaker and a rotating panel of obsessive Ringer staffers.
 
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Roger Roeper & Dick Ebert & Gene Lyons host a weekly podcast covering Westworld the hit science fiction thriller television series created by Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy for HBO, based on the 1973 film of the same name, which was written and directed by American novelist Michael Crichton. Nolan serves as executive producer along with Joy, J. J. Abrams and Bryan Burk with Nolan directing the pilot. The series premiered October 2, 2016. Described as "a dark odyssey about the dawn of artificial ...
 
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Let the hate flow through you! It's time for Shat on TV: Westworld's Mean Mail edition of the Telegraph. This special episode wraps up listeners' final thoughts on Westworld Season 2, then turns the guns on Big D, Gene, and Kerri. Roger somehow emerges unscathed. Hear about Gene's sexual issues, Big D's pronunciation problems, and Kerri's absen ...…
 
Sure "Westworld" was recently nominated for 21 Emmy Awards, but who cares about the same old boring Award shows when you have the Shat on TV Westies! After hundreds of fan votes, we'll announce the winners of such categories as: Best Showdown Best Battle Best Dressed Hottest Romance Most Shocking Reveal ....and MORE!!! Even if you hate award sh ...…
 
"Westworld" Season 2 is over, but viewers are still talking! We keep the conversation going with more than a dozen listener emails, voicemails, and closing thoughts. Have a listen and remember to vote in the inaugural Shat on TV Westie Awards at www.shatontv.com/westies. We'll announce the winners in a special episode next week. Listen to more ...…
 
You asked for a Westworld Season 2 recap. Who are we to say no? Here's where we finish lingering debates, answer questions still bugging fans, and begin showing signs of cognitive plateau. You'll hear the Season 2 shat score, the biggest swings in character development, why lower ratings are nothing to worry about, and Six Easy Steps to Improve ...…
 
Westworld lovers and haters are doing battle on this week's Telegraph, writing in about the Season 2 finale, "The Passenger." Critics say the plot holes were unforgivable. Fans say doubters are missing the entire point of the show. And most of us are torn somewhere in between. This listener mail edition is loaded with scathing reviews, high pra ...…
 
We couldn't agree on Dolores' Five Pearls, the Man in Black's post-credits scene, or where the hosts went. So we went to the source. Roger scours a Lisa Joy interview explaining "The Passenger" and quizzes Gene and Big D on what the heck we saw during the Season 2 finale. Also, Gene issues a massive mea culpa for all the things he got wrong thi ...…
 
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Micah Peters, and Danny Heifetz discuss the Easter eggs left throughout the finale (21:03), the latest fan theories (26:12), and the biggest moments from this season (48:24). More from The Ringer: ‘Westworld’ Season Finale, and the Search for the Next ‘Game of Thrones’ The Haphazard Storytelling of ‘Westworld’ Seas ...…
 
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Micah Peters, and Danny Heifetz discuss the Easter eggs left throughout the finale (21:03), the latest fan theories (26:12), and the biggest moments from this season (48:24). More from The Ringer: ‘Westworld’ Season Finale, and the Search for the Next ‘Game of Thrones’ The Haphazard Storytelling of ‘Westworld’ Seas ...…
 
In this live podcast, The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Juliet Litman, Micah Peters, and Danny Heifetz give their immediate reactions to the 'Westworld' Season 2 finale (8:01), discuss the biggest cliffhangers (32:10), and answer fan questions (64:55). Watch the live taping of this episode on Twitter, YouTube, or Facebook. More from The Ringer: The ...…
 
In this live podcast, The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Juliet Litman, Micah Peters, and Danny Heifetz give their immediate reactions to the 'Westworld' Season 2 finale (8:01), discuss the biggest cliffhangers (32:10), and answer fan questions (64:55). Watch the live taping of this episode on Twitter, YouTube, or Facebook. More from The Ringer: The ...…
 
Some hosts reached The Valley Beyond. Some hosts reached the outside world. And some viewers reached the end of their wits. Westworld's Season 2 finale, "The Passenger" brought back some of our favorite characters, but the twists and turns left some fans a little queasy. Find some solid ground with us as we lay out what we learned, what questio ...…
 
Your three original "Westworld" podcast hosts are back with a bursting mailbag as the Season 2's finale looms on the horizon. This week's Telegraph includes: Is William a host? Was Juliet's reaction reasonable? Self-mutilation Father of The Year Awards An unhealthy amount of "LOST" references and a theory about the podcast itself Plus, hear voi ...…
 
Rog and Big D climb the Mesa Bar diving board to jump into the deep end of the Penultimate Episode of Westworld Season 2. During the podcast, the boys unravel: Which time frames are featured in the episode Who is Subject 001 Is William “Real” or "Host" Literary references to the plot Ford & Maeve's “Unlocking Core Permissions” How Teddy’s death ...…
 
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Micah Peters, and Danny Heifetz discuss what next week's trailer tells us about the Season 2 finale (4:49), Logan's return (28:04), and all the possible references to classic literature (31:04). More from The Ringer: Character Study: The Man in Black The Three Most Pressing Questions From ‘Westworld’ Episode 9…
 
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Micah Peters, and Danny Heifetz discuss what next week's trailer tells us about the Season 2 finale (4:49), Logan's return (28:04), and all the possible references to classic literature (31:04). More from The Ringer: Character Study: The Man in Black The Three Most Pressing Questions From ‘Westworld’ Episode 9…
 
The Penultimate episode of season two of Westworld focuses mainly on the troubled past of William (aka MiB) while explaining further details on Dr. Ford's master plan. While Gene is on vacation in Chicago, Roger flies all the way to Florida in order to watch and record in person with Dick. Join the shatty duo as they unravel the consequences of ...…
 
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Sean Fennessey, and Danny Heifetz break down the penultimate episode of the season and discuss whether the Man in Black is a host (9:50), how seriously viewers should take character deaths (15:30), and what we learned from all the flashbacks (27:27).
 
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Sean Fennessey, and Danny Heifetz break down the penultimate episode of the season and discuss whether the Man in Black is a host (9:50), how seriously viewers should take character deaths (15:30), and what we learned from all the flashbacks (27:27).
 
Episode 8 seemed pretty straightforward ... until listener emails and voicemails arrived. We missed a lot, and "Westworld" fans were there to set the record straight. Let's take a different look at "Kiksuya" and answer the most complicated questions, including: Is host consciousness the result of intelligent design or simple mistakes? Was the M ...…
 
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Micah Peters, and Danny Heifetz discuss what they got wrong in the last episode (03:00), speculate further about the theory that William is a host (19:40), and look ahead to next week’s episode (48:10).
 
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Micah Peters, and Danny Heifetz discuss what they got wrong in the last episode (03:00), speculate further about the theory that William is a host (19:40), and look ahead to next week’s episode (48:10).
 
"Kiksuya" ranks among the easiest Westworld episodes to follow and the most emotionally powerful. But that doesn't mean it wasn't without mysteries to unpack. How did Maeve communicate with Akecheta from across the park? What did she say? And what was the meaning when you dive a level deeper? How much did Ford help Akecheta in his journey, and ...…
 
"Kiksuya" delighted "Westworld" fans who wanted the story a little slower, a little clearer, and with a little more heart. But it wasn't without big revelations that tie to the greater story. In Season 2, Episode 8, we learn how the Maze keeps showing up in the park, see more of the facility William is building, expand Maeve's abilities, and be ...…
 
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Andrew Gruttadaro, and Danny Heifetz break down why Akecheta is such an important host (8:29), the art of a bottle episode (24:14), and this week's awards (45:27). More from The Ringer: How to Glitch Like a ‘Westworld’ Robot: A Q&A With Louis Herthum What Makes a Great Episode of ‘Westworld’ ‘Black Mirror’ Showrunn ...…
 
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Andrew Gruttadaro, and Danny Heifetz break down why Akecheta is such an important host (8:29), the art of a bottle episode (24:14), and this week's awards (45:27). More from The Ringer: How to Glitch Like a ‘Westworld’ Robot: A Q&A With Louis Herthum What Makes a Great Episode of ‘Westworld’ ‘Black Mirror’ Showrunn ...…
 
Episode 7 heats up the Westworld debate as listeners write in to argue Charlotte could be Charlie; Dolores and Maeve are conflicting views of feminism; Angela really could charm the grenade off a horny QA thug; artificial intelligence is just waiting to spring its trap; someone's going to rescue the Man in Black; and more. Voicemails start at t ...…
 
Westworld Season 2 Episode 7 pulled the curtain from the Valley Beyond, so let's venture there and explore its implications. We'll tell you where it is, what's being stored there, and how Dolores can use it to battle mankind. We'll also meet Farnold (or Fernarnold), the star of "Les Ecorches," and celebrate how intelligently Westworld re-introd ...…
 
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Micah Peters, and Danny Heifetz discuss this week's timelines (1:10), the wild Charlotte-Bernard theory (12:25), and why Wild Bill may be the key to figuring out where we're going next (38:36).
 
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Micah Peters, and Danny Heifetz discuss this week's timelines (1:10), the wild Charlotte-Bernard theory (12:25), and why Wild Bill may be the key to figuring out where we're going next (38:36).
 
Big D called "Les Ecorches" the Thanksgiving Dinner of Westworld episodes, and to many of us it felt like a season finale. So many questions were answered, so many characters may have been killed. Ford is back in a big way. Bullets are flying. And the Man in Black is getting his come-uppance. But did Season 2 give up too many secrets too quickl ...…
 
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Kate Knibbs, and Danny Heifetz discuss what "the door" may be (13:18), Maeve and the Man in Black's dramatic reunion (32:41), and this week's awards (51:20). More from The Ringer: Theories From ‘Westworld,’ S2E6: “Phase Space” The Many Murdochs Behind ‘Succession’ The Ringer Guide to Streaming in June…
 
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Kate Knibbs, and Danny Heifetz discuss what "the door" may be (13:18), Maeve and the Man in Black's dramatic reunion (32:41), and this week's awards (51:20). More from The Ringer: Theories From ‘Westworld,’ S2E6: “Phase Space” The Many Murdochs Behind ‘Succession’ The Ringer Guide to Streaming in June…
 
First, disenchanted viewers turned their guns on "Westworld." Now, frustrated listeners are setting their sights on us. From who Elsie actually is, to the Man in Black's conversation with Emily, to Emily's real name, you had a lot to say about Season 2 Episode 6: "Phase Space." With more than 100 emails received this week, it's another packed e ...…
 
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Micah Peters, and Danny Heifetz discuss things they missed in last week's episode (3:02), figuring out the cradle (13:43), and the connection hosts may have to elephants (37:20). This week's theories: Aspect ratio Is Bernard being looped? How the cradle impacts what we've seen so far Ants/superorganism theory Eleph ...…
 
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Micah Peters, and Danny Heifetz discuss things they missed in last week's episode (3:02), figuring out the cradle (13:43), and the connection hosts may have to elephants (37:20). This week's theories: Aspect ratio Is Bernard being looped? How the cradle impacts what we've seen so far Ants/superorganism theory Eleph ...…
 
Westworld's entire reality has changed, and that means all we thought we knew means squat. So we're diving deep without a tether and hoping we find hidden treasures in Episode 6, "Phase Space." This Deep Dive explores whether Grace or the Man in Black is a host, how many realities exist in Westworld, and how many Bernards are creeping around th ...…
 
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Juliet Litman, and Danny Heifetz discuss this week's big reveal (7:32), the most pressing questions we're left with (31:45), and this episode's awards (48:02). More from The Ringer: How to Glitch Like a ‘Westworld’ Robot The Three Most Pressing Questions From ‘Westworld’ Episode 6…
 
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Juliet Litman, and Danny Heifetz discuss this week's big reveal (7:32), the most pressing questions we're left with (31:45), and this episode's awards (48:02). More from The Ringer: How to Glitch Like a ‘Westworld’ Robot The Three Most Pressing Questions From ‘Westworld’ Episode 6…
 
We're halfway through Season 2, but Westworld isn't showing any signs of fatigue as they blow up some popular early theories, while introducing even more. Gene & Kerri are in Los Angeles celebrating Gene's birthday, so Rog & Big D are left in the studio to break down episode 6, "Phase Space". In this SUPER SIZED Instacast, the Original Shat Duo ...…
 
Louis Herthum plays the original Peter Abernathy in "Westworld," and his role has exploded in Season 2. He'll discuss key "Westworld" scenes to rewatch, dive deeper into the Peter Abernathy character, explain the Southern "fool look," and possibly reveal horrifying secrets about "Murder, She Wrote." Herthum also talks parenthood, LSU football, ...…
 
Where did the Man in Black actually start? Where did William end? Can techs adjust "woke" hosts' settings? And is "Westworld" borrowing from Dune?" You've got Season 2 questions, and we've got Season 2 answers as the Westworld Telegraph shares listener mail about Episode 5, "Akane no Mai." One listener wrote in with proof Ghost Nation is a secu ...…
 
Throwaway episode? Shut your geisha mouth! Shogun World wasn't the only interesting thing about Episode 5. "Akane no Mai" also put to rest several viewer theories and established a pecking order among characters. Walk with us as we outline Dolores' secret game plan, explore the boundaries of Maeve's "new voice," and plunge the terrifying depths ...…
 
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Micah Peters, and Danny Heifetz discuss the driving theories of this season so far (9:47), whether or not Ford is a host (16:51), and what's in store next week (38:07). More from The Ringer: The ‘Westworld’ Midseason Exit Survey The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Life of Teddy Flood This week's theories: Del ...…
 
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Micah Peters, and Danny Heifetz discuss the driving theories of this season so far (9:47), whether or not Ford is a host (16:51), and what's in store next week (38:07). More from The Ringer: The ‘Westworld’ Midseason Exit Survey The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Life of Teddy Flood This week's theories: Del ...…
 
Dolores' reason for traveling to Sweetwater is revealed and Maeve discovers her "new voice" in Kerri Gross' first Westworld Instacast. "Akane no Mai" introduces us to Shogun World, ninjas, samurai, doppelbots, and sweet, sweet robot lovemaking as Season 2 ventures into some of the more gruesome and violent scenes to date. WU TANG! To read all o ...…
 
The Ringer’s David Shoemaker, Alyssa Bereznak, and Danny Heifetz discuss the parallel strands between this week’s episode and previous moments in ‘Westworld’ (06:15) before asking burning questions they have after visiting Shogun World (23:15). Then they hand out this week’s awards (50:05).
 
The Ringer’s David Shoemaker, Alyssa Bereznak, and Danny Heifetz discuss the parallel strands between this week’s episode and previous moments in ‘Westworld’ (06:15) before asking burning questions they have after visiting Shogun World (23:15). Then they hand out this week’s awards (50:05).
 
Are you ready for a record 17 listener emails plus six voicemail Telegraphs? You sent more than 127 theories, observations, questions, and comments about Westworld Season 2, Episode 4, "Riddle of the Sphinx." They ranged from "Is Delos already using the tech from the James Delos experiment?" to "Who's the actual hero of the show?" We also were ...…
 
Westworld's viewership is slumping, but our hearts are pumping. How can you not love a show that brings you horrifying glimpses of technological immortality? Or a show that examines time as a data point, rather than a linear absolute. This Deep Dive examines Season 2 Episode 4, "Riddle of the Sphinx," and gets into the marrow of what Westworld ...…
 
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Micah Peters, and Danny Heifetz discuss the importance of the book sitting in Jim Delos's "apartment" (9:10), this week's mind-blowing theory about the Man in Black (19:20), and why Dolores may be journeying to a library (29:40).
 
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