The final episode of Westworld’s is around the corner, and it’s shaping up to be as intricate and unpredictable as what’s come before.
But that’s not going to stop us from throwing out our theories on what’s going to happen to Dolores, Caleb and the gang.
Will Caleb be the one to take down Serac and lead the host uprising? Will Dolores and Maeve destroy each other? What’s going to happen to the tortured Halores?
Before the season finale airs Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on HBO, let’s dive into a couple of theories and predictions.
Serac is a hologram and there’s a brand-new Sublime
Somewhere in the finale Serac is going to turn out to be a hologram. The amount of times he’s escaped in recent episodes by disappearing is hard to ignore.
I also think there’s going to be a-type confrontation between Serac and Solomon, aka the who inherited part of John Mi’s mind. The USB that Solomon gave Caleb will lead to the brothers going head-to-head in a simulation.
Also, what if there’s a whole new world where Solomon sent the outliers who failed the reeducation program? They’re currently in cryogenic sleep, so maybe their minds are elsewhere in a Sublime-type place. Season 4 could see the hosts go to that place and live in peace.
Or the Man in White could kill them all. One of those two options.
The Man in Black saves the world and reveals Future World
The Man in Black, or you could say the Man in White now, hasn’t shown his hand yet. He ran Delos for years and it’s highly unlikely he could be stripped of his powers so easily.
He has something up his sleeve to stop Delores, her “offspring” and Caleb before they succeed in their plan. The Man in Black is far too smart to not have some fail-safe to keep his power with the company and over the hosts. This hero moment will happen after Caleb takes out Serac, but before executing the plan given to him by Solomon.
Then at the very end of the episode, a new park will be revealed: Future World. A place where visitors live out their fantasy of leading a host army to take over the world.
Who cares as long as Maeve and Dolores team up?
I’ve made a number of predictions throughout this season and I don’t think any of them matter as much as my one desire: for Maeve and Dolores to team up at the end to fight the patriarchy, er, I mean Rehoboam.
During the postepisode breakdown of the penultimate episode, Evan Rachel Wood (Dolores) even mentions that she and Thandie Newton (Maeve) had been waiting forever for the two of them to team up all season.
I also hope Caleb realizes the society he’s been living in is a cage and takes the lead on breaking everyone out of their mind prisons.
While watching this season, I’ve been simul-binging Person of Interest, a show centered around a government-funded AI that’s built to prevent terrorist acts, and the parallels with Westworld are striking. It makes me wonder if creator Jonathan Nolan is trying to warn us, yet again, about the path we’re headed down technologically.
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