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Depending on who you ask, Westworld was a journey of highs and lows. It's nearly impossible to argue against the power of the performances, as delivered by an extraordinary roster of actors including heavyweights Anthony Hopkins and Evan Rachel Wood. But the twisting-and-turning story structure was considerably more divisive; many viewers happily submerged into the show's rabbit holes, while others were less interested in the mysteries wrapped within mysteries.
In any event, with personal preferences aside, there's no denying that Westworld has served as a massive hit for HBO, a show that captured the public consciousness right when it needed it most. With the show off the air until 2018, Westworld fans are left to reflect upon the one season they currently have at their disposal — and with that in mind, here are our reflections on the first season's strengths and weaknesses, episode by episode.
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