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David Shoemaker, Danny Heifetz, and a rotating cast of obsessive Ringer staffers break down the events, conspiracies, and conversation around each episode of Season 3 of HBO’s ‘Westworld’—immediately after each show airs.

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We give our immediate reactions to Season 3, Episode 4 of HBO’s ‘Westworld,’ including a long conversation about (SPOILER ALERT) the big reveal of the episode: Dolores has put herself in multiple host bodies.To submit questions, comments, and conspiracy theories to the show, email therecappableswestworld@gmail.com.Hosts: David Shoemaker and Danny HeifetzGuest: Andrew Gruttadaro
We sit down to answer your questions about Season 3, Episode 3 of HBO’s ‘Westworld.’ Featured in this mailbag: a deeper reading of David’s Dolores theory (SPOILERS) and a new segment, Westworld Reddit Out of Context.To submit questions, comments, and conspiracy theories to the show, email therecappableswestworld@gmail.com.Hosts: David Shoemaker and Danny Heifetz
We give our immediate reactions to Season 3, Episode 3 of HBO’s ‘Westworld.’ Who is in Charlotte Hale’s body? Is Serac a real person or a digital manifestation? Which NBA player is Dolores? Plus: a David Shoemaker prediction that just might be crazy enough to work (SPOILER ALERT 20:30-31:30).To submit questions, comments, and conspiracy theories to the show, email therecappableswestworld@gmail.com.Hosts: David Shoemaker and Danny HeifetzGuest: Kevin O’Connor
We sit down to answer your questions about Season 3, Episode 2 of HBO’s ‘Westworld.’ Plus: a deep dive on simulation theory and how it applies to this season.To submit questions, comments, and conspiracy theories to the show, email therecappableswestworld@gmail.com.Hosts: David Shoemaker and Danny Heifetz
We give our immediate reactions to Season 3, Episode 2 of HBO’s ‘Westworld.’ Has the show disrupted the concept of reality? Among the cast that’s left, who can we believe is human? Plus: a line-by-line summary of the events and a discussion about how Season 3 has so far been more digestible than Season 2.Hosts: David Shoemaker and Danny HeifetzGuest: Andrew Gruttadaro
We sit down to answer your questions about Season 3, Episode 1 of HBO’s ‘Westworld’—including whether there are multiple timelines (again), who is in Charlotte’s body, and whether we would enter into Westworld if we had the money.Hosts: David Shoemaker and Danny Heifetz
We give our immediate reactions to Season 3, Episode 1 of HBO’s ‘Westworld’—including a catchup on where it begins, questions it has proposed, characters it reintroduced, and what the show is trying to be in its third season.Hosts: David Shoemaker and Danny Heifetz
With Season 3 fast approaching, we sit down to recap the convoluted events of Season 2 of HBO’s ‘Westworld’—including the biggest twists, most confusing questions answered and unanswered, and where we left the show headed into its next season.Hosts: David Shoemaker and Danny Heifetz
‘Westworld’ S1 Recap

‘Westworld’ S1 Recap

2020-03-1101:10:31

With Season 3 fast approaching, we sit down to recap the far-away events of Season 1 of HBO’s ‘Westworld’—including the biggest twists, most confusing questions answered and left unanswered, and the show’s initial cultural footprint.Hosts: David Shoemaker and Danny Heifetz
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Micah Peters, and Danny Heifetz discuss the Easter eggs left throughout the finale (21:03), the latest fan theories (26:12), and the biggest moments from this season (48:24).More from The Ringer:‘Westworld’ Season Finale, and the Search for the Next ‘Game of Thrones’The Haphazard Storytelling of ‘Westworld’ Season 2The Best TV of 2018—So Far
In this live podcast, The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Juliet Litman, Micah Peters, and Danny Heifetz give their immediate reactions to the 'Westworld' Season 2 finale (8:01), discuss the biggest cliffhangers (32:10), and answer fan questions (64:55).Watch the live taping of this episode on Twitter, YouTube, or Facebook. More from The Ringer:The Five Most Pressing Questions From the ‘Westworld’ FinaleWhat Matters in the ‘Westworld’ Finale‘Westworld’ Is Inspired by Video Games, but That Doesn’t Mean It Should Be Treated Like OneWhat Show Does ‘Westworld’ Want to Be?
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Micah Peters, and Danny Heifetz discuss what next week's trailer tells us about the Season 2 finale (4:49), Logan's return (28:04), and all the possible references to classic literature (31:04).More from The Ringer:Character Study: The Man in BlackThe Three Most Pressing Questions From ‘Westworld’ Episode 9
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Sean Fennessey, and Danny Heifetz break down the penultimate episode of the season and discuss whether the Man in Black is a host (9:50), how seriously viewers should take character deaths (15:30), and what we learned from all the flashbacks (27:27).
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Micah Peters, and Danny Heifetz discuss what they got wrong in the last episode (03:00), speculate further about the theory that William is a host (19:40), and look ahead to next week’s episode (48:10).
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Andrew Gruttadaro, and Danny Heifetz break down why Akecheta is such an important host (8:29), the art of a bottle episode (24:14), and this week's awards (45:27).More from The Ringer:How to Glitch Like a ‘Westworld’ Robot: A Q&A With Louis Herthum What Makes a Great Episode of ‘Westworld’‘Black Mirror’ Showrunners on Their Favorite Episodes
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Micah Peters, and Danny Heifetz discuss this week's timelines (1:10), the wild Charlotte-Bernard theory (12:25), and why Wild Bill may be the key to figuring out where we're going next (38:36).
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Kate Knibbs, and Danny Heifetz discuss what "the door" may be (13:18), Maeve and the Man in Black's dramatic reunion (32:41), and this week's awards (51:20).More from The Ringer:Theories From ‘Westworld,’ S2E6: “Phase Space”The Many Murdochs Behind ‘Succession’The Ringer Guide to Streaming in June
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Micah Peters, and Danny Heifetz discuss things they missed in last week's episode (3:02), figuring out the cradle (13:43), and the connection hosts may have to elephants (37:20).This week's theories:Aspect ratioIs Bernard being looped?How the cradle impacts what we've seen so farAnts/superorganism theoryElephants are hostsElephants are metaphors for hosts
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Juliet Litman, and Danny Heifetz discuss this week's big reveal (7:32), the most pressing questions we're left with (31:45), and this episode's awards (48:02).More from The Ringer:How to Glitch Like a ‘Westworld’ RobotThe Three Most Pressing Questions From ‘Westworld’ Episode 6
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Micah Peters, and Danny Heifetz discuss the driving theories of this season so far (9:47), whether or not Ford is a host (16:51), and what's in store next week (38:07).More from The Ringer:The ‘Westworld’ Midseason Exit SurveyThe Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Life of Teddy FloodThis week's theories:Delores' planPlagiarism + host constructionMaeve's daughterThe cradle
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Submarine Jack

These guys missed a lot of what the finale meant. They're trying to be comedians rather than fully comprehend the points the creators made. Coffee Klatch crew is better

Jun 25th
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captchacaptcha

Only 2 more podcasts :( I am going to miss ya'll when I go running and/or take baths.

Jun 23rd
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Darryl Schneider

excellent podcast

May 22nd
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Arakita Rida Rimbayana

Oh these theories are getting too ridiculously far...

May 15th
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Adam Shaver

writers brought Elsie back by popular demand demand.

May 14th
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May 13th
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Adam Shaver

I've listened to a lot of westworld podcasts, and I think this is probably the best I've heard. Inelligent insightful and entertaining.

May 8th
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Vicky Antis

I think that grace woman in episode 3 is actually Theresa!

May 7th
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Matthew Teichmann

ep2...aren't they called confederados?

May 4th
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