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Top 3 Things You Missed in Westworld Season 2 Ep. 2

VO: Rebecca Brayton
Yeah, we agree, f. you Robert. Welcome to Watching Westworld, the weekly show where we look at the most fun and interesting moments, references and easter-eggs in the newest episode of HBO's Westworld. This is where we look at the biggest Easter-eggs and hidden moments you may have missed. For this episode, we're looking at season 2 episode 2, Reunion.
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Yeah, we agree, fuck you Robert. Welcome to Watching Westworld, the weekly show where we look at the most fun and interesting moments, references and easter-eggs in the newest episode of HBO's Westworld. This is where we look at the biggest Easter-eggs and hidden moments you may have missed. For this episode, we're looking at season 2 episode 2, Reunion.

#3: The Last Supper
In this episode, Delores and company pay a visit to the Confederados, who are in the middle of a late, and quite extravagant feast. The Confederados are arranged in a replica of Leonardo da Vinci's famous mural, "The Last Supper". This has to mean something, and we have a few ideas. As we all know, Jesus was resurrected shortly after death, and throughout the episode, Delores mentions that she has 'killed god'. As far as we know, she has actually killed both her creators, Ford and Arnold; therefore could this be hinting that Ford or Arnold will come back from the dead? Or maybe it's just Major Craddock, who immediately dies and comes back to life.

#2: Immortality
At the retirement party flashback, William and Delos have a very interesting conversation. Delos is begrudgingly stepping aside so William can take over the business. William claims this move doesn't benefit him at all, but Delos isn't convinced. It's clear Delos is sick and dying, but that this may not be the end and William assures Delos that all he needs is patience. It's possible that William has convinced Delos that Westworld (because seriously what else would they be talking about) can save him. Maybe in a similar way that Arnold was resurrected as Bernard, Delos hopes to also be resurrected as a host. Some fans have theorized that Delos lives on, though not as he had hoped, trapped in the host body we call Peter Abernathy, which would explain Abernathy's extreme reaction to seeing his daughter's photograph in season 1.

#1: William is the Ultimate Evil
In this episode, we learn a lot more about William, both past and present. In the present we learn that his ultimate goal is the destruction of Westworld, while interestingly enough past William is hell bent on investing in it. In the present timeline, Will goes to Pariah to try to recruit El Lazo and his gang, but Ford has already preempted the move, and programmed the gang to kill themselves, making it harder for Will to get to his so called "weapon." While we don't know what William's weapon is, we do know that he started building it very early on. Logan may know more, as in a bitter rant to Delores, he says that his friends and collegues have lit the match that will exterminate the human race. We don't think Logan is talking about the host uprising however, we think Logan knows that, somehow, William is the real threat.
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