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Westworld Season 2: Intricate Fan Theories To Provoke the Thoughts

Chaotic, labyrinthine and plain ruthless! Westworld season 2 will be nothing shy of its predecessor. No show in the recent memory was as intricate as HBO’s western/thriller. Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy laid the foundations to this series after an eclectic inspiration. Perhaps, the original movie was put to shame with an attempt as audacious as the series.

After a mind-bending debut season, Westworld season 2 is gearing up. Before that, let’s take a walk in the Westworld park and reminisce all that went down. Besides, there are fan theories still lingering around.

Westworld Season 2: Theories

Bustle lists out a few theories that the fans were left with in the wake of the season finale. Not to mention, most theories came to be true. ‘Bernard equals to Arnold’ theory turned out to be true, for starters. Likewise, Dolores came to be Wyatt. Maze, on the other hand, was nothing but a sham.

First and foremost, the question of who is human and who is host comes up. The way things stand, there’s a thin line between the both. Remember the drastic turn of events in the Bernard situation! If everyone except Arnold turn out to be the hosts sometime down the road, don’t be surprised.

Another thing from the grapevine speaks of DELOS taking the world inch by inch. This theory spawns out of the original movies where a ‘Futureworld’ comes into the equation. A world where their leaders are replaced by identical hosts-like beings. Chances are that Ford might still be lurking around in his arcane laboratory, but how?

Westworld Season 2: Expectations

Don’t let that morose deceive you – there might be many Fords out there. For what it’s worth, Ford is tad too intelligent to go down so easily. Also, he can now operate furtively and nurture his fixations of consciousness. Another persistent question is on the existence of Elsie, of course. The ever-swearing enigmatic Elsie vanished into thin air without a clue.

Case in point, Stubbs existence hangs in the balance too. Both Elsie and Stubbs might meet sometime in the future in underwhelming circumstances, may be. Nolan, on the other hand, is contemplating a good five season or so. Considering everything, we are in for one ‘helluva’ ride!

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