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.
The Ringer's David Shoemaker and Danny Heifetz introduce a brand-new podcast, which will cover Season 2 of HBO's 'Westworld,' examine where the show left off in Season 1, and discuss what there is to look forward to.
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Chris Ryan, and Danny Heifetz discuss the Season 2 premiere of 'Westworld' (1:06), the most shocking moment of the episode (21:42), and what new plot theories were created (36:19).
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Alison Herman, and Danny Heifetz discuss Dolores and Maeve's anticlimactic meeting and the introductions that happened in this episode (10:53), that surprising guest star (17:39), the Delos timeline (29:19), and this week's biggest theories (50:13).
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The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Danny Heifetz, and Micah Peters discuss the correct timeline of Arnold's death (2:15), the theory that Teddy's brain is now in Bernard's body (9:56), and what Lee Sizemore may have to do with that giant sea from episode 1 (22:05).
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The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Sean Fennessey, and Danny Heifetz discuss why this week's episode was confusing (5:38), the possibilities in store for discovering more of the wider world (8:52), the disappointing battle at Fort Forlorn Hope (27:22), and this week's awards (42:19).
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Micah Peters, and Danny Heifetz discuss this week's top theories including The Man In White (4:11), Elsie's potential return (6:02), and....'Jurassic Park'-world (15:02).
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The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Jason Concepcion, and Danny Heifetz discuss Bernard's and Jim Delos's timeline jumps (7:50), the reveal of William's daughter and what her role may be going forward (27:19), and this week's awards (46:49).
The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Micah Peters, and Danny Heifetz discuss the importance of the book sitting in Jim Delos's "apartment" (9:10), this week's mind-blowing theory about the Man in Black (19:20), and why Dolores may be journeying to a library (29:40).
The Ringer’s David Shoemaker, Alyssa Bereznak, and Danny Heifetz discuss the parallel strands between this week’s episode and previous moments in ‘Westworld’ (06:15) before asking burning questions they have after visiting Shogun World (23:15). Then they hand out this week’s awards (50:05).
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).
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