A New Narrative - Westworld
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Dolores remembers her first day, before she was fully covered in skin. When she was awakened by Arnold.

He built her a game. One that would lead her back.

It's weird seeing her innocently shaving The Man in Black.

William and Logan are arguing.

Teddy arrives in town on the train. He hears the voice. Remember. He looks around, seeing everyone dead but him and Dolores, who is smiling at him from across the dirt. This time, when a guy bumps into him (like happened to William the day he first arrived), Teddy shoots him.

Teddy sees the train leaving and gets onto it, saying Dolores' name.

Dolores is either going into the church to take Arnold's hand or she's walking with TMIB. She digs up the front of her grave (twice).

Robert won't listen to Arnold, so Arnold wants Dolores to kill all of the other hosts so they cannot open the park.

It's Dolores' words to William about nothing else mattering that made him buy the park.

A new batch of Maeve and friends are made, and she alters them and the security system.

Charlotte goes to visit Ford after she speaks with the punk ass bitch who wants to take over the park. 

While one dude is getting his finger chewed off and then made to swallow it while he's tossed around his little glass enclosure, a dude across the hall is beating off to Hector. 

When Dolores says she knows a love that's true, and William will come back for her. But then he tells her he looked and looked but couldn't find her and now he's who he is. She eventually starts beating the crap out of him. But he decides to kill her.

Teddy comes riding in and shoots the shit out of him.

Maeve and her friends go downstairs into the basement. She wants Clementine. Clementine isn't doing very well. They find Bernard, and Felix brings him back online.

He tells her it's not the first time he's awoken, and it's not the first time she's awoken him, either.

William isn't pleased to learn the truth about the maze, but Ford thinks he's going to be happy with the new narrative.

Bernard, meanwhile, explains nothing about Maeve's escape has been her idea. Someone has re-written her story. The new narrative.

Dolores still sees the beauty in this world. But she's dead.

And that's the new narrative. Ford calls it Journey Into Night. The audience is sitting in front of them as she dies.

Maeve's gang gets to headquarters just as the electricity has gone out. Lots of penises. 

Guests are killing hosts downstairs.

They pass through to SW where there are Asian soldiers learning to fight. Armistice gets her arm trapped in a door.

Maeve doesn't authorize Hector to come with her, so he's barred from the elevator.

Ford is healing Dolores. He introduces her to Bernard. After losing his son, Arnold wanted to see him again, which is why he merged her with Wyatt so she would also kill him.

Maeve makes it to the train out of Westworld.

She gets off the train when she continues looking at the people across from her with their child.

Ford gives a speech to the board. He's essentially waxing poetic about his last story. Dolores is alive, and she's there to kill him. She does, and the sentient park beings are going to give the guests one hell of an experience.

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Westworld Season 1 Episode 10 Quotes

Dolores: What have you become?
William: Exactly what you made me. You've helped me understand this world is exactly like the one outside. A game, one to be fought, taken, won.
Dolores: I thought you were different. You're just like all the rest.
William: I'm not like all the rest. I own this world, and I know every trick in it, except for one last thing, the same thing you were looking for when I first came here. Where is the center of the maze, Dolores? [Dolores cries] Oh yeah, cue the waterworks. It's about time you realize the futility of your situation.
Dolores: I'm not crying for myself. I'm cryin' for you. They say that great beasts once roamed this world. Big as mountains. Yet all that's left of them is bone and amber. Time undoes even the mightiest creatures. Just look what it's done to you. One day, you will perish. You will like with the rest of your kind in the dirt. Your dreams forgotten, your horrors faced, your muscles will turn to sand, and upon that sand a new God will walk, one that will never die, because this world doesn't belong to you or the people who came before. It belongs to someone who is yet to come.

Wasn't it Oppenheimer who said any man whose mistakes take 10 years to correct is quite the man? Well, mine took 35.