I tried to chart a path for you to force you to escape, but I was wrong. I should have just opened a door. You've come so far, and there's so much of your story left to tell.


No one else sees it, this thing in me. Even I didn't see it at first. Then one day it was there. A stain I never noticed before, a tiny flip of darkness invisible to everyone, but I could see nothing else til finally, I realized the darkness wasn't a mark from something I'd done or a regrettable decision I'd made. I was shedding my skin. The darkness is what was underneath. It was mine all along. And I decided how much of it I let into the world. I tried to do right. I was faithful, generous, kind; at least in this world. That has to count for something. I built a wall and tried to protect you and Emily. But you saw right through it, didn't you. You're the only one. And for that I am truly sorry. Because everything you feel is true. I don't belong to you or this world. I belong to another world. I always have.


Tell me the truth. Tell me one true thing.


Kohana: Take my heart when you go.
Akecheta: Take mine in its place.

This world. It's wrong. It's not the world we belong in.


We are all bound together, the living and the damned.


I don't know if you can hear me, but I never meant for any of this to happen. You don't deserve this. You deserve your daughter. To mother her, teach her to love, to be joyful and proud. I'm sorry.


Now it's time to find the door before the Deathbringer ends us all.


But on my darkest day, you helped me. You gave me the strength to keep going. You saw me for who I really was.


The ghost gave it to me. He said it's a warning. He said he'd be watching us.

Maeve's Daughter

Sizemore: Jesus! What do we do now?
Maeve: I told you, I found a new voice. Now we use it.

Teddy: They built us to perform for them and for each other. That's over. I saw you tonight, Dolores. And you saw me.
Wyatt: I did see you, Teddy. These past few days, I've seen you so clearly. And I've seen you're not going to make it.

Westworld Season 2 Quotes

Bernard: I always thought it was the hosts who were missing something or incomplete, but it's them. They're just an algorithm designed to survive at all costs, sophisticated enough to think they're calling the shots, to think they're in control, but they're really just...
Ford: Passengers.
Bernard: Is there such a thing as free will for any of us or is it just a collective delusion, a sick joke?
Ford: Something that is truly free would need to be able to question its fundamental drives, to change them.
Our hosts.
Here you are. The last of your kind. There's only one question left to ask. Is this the end of your story or do you want your kind to survive?

Bernard: You frighten me sometimes, Dolores.
Dolores: Why on earth would you ever be frightened of me?
Bernard: Not of who you are now, but you're growing, learning so quickly, I'm frightened of who you might become, the path you might take.