Robert reveals his true motives for what he has done, and who he has done it for. Meanwhile, Maeve has the chance to escape Westworld, while the Man in Black reveals his true identity.moreless
Maeve seeks out an ally in the park, while Dolores flees Logan's camp and makes her way to the town. Meanwhile, Bernard has Robert bring up his memories to learn who--or what--he really is.moreless
More is revealed of the connection between the Man and Maeve. Meanwhile, Maeve takes advantage of her new programming, and Robert gives Bernard the gift of forgetfulness. Charlotte suborns Lee into helping her smuggle code out of the park, and Dolores begins to question her sanity.moreless
Charlotte coerces Theresa into helping her oust Robert and gain access to the park's IP that he's been keeping to himself. Meanwhile, Maeve engineers another visit to the Mesa, and William and Dolores grow closer as they head for the maze.moreless
Dolores continues on her journey with William and Logan, while the Man decides that Lawrence isn't the one he's seekin and searches out a new traveling companion.
Maeve finds several clues to her past "lives". Meanwhile, Dolores travels with William and Logan, and Robert has lunch with Theresa.
Robert programs Teddy with a new narrative, and Teddy rides out of town after a new villain. Meanwhile, Bernard continues his conversations with Dolores to determine the cause of the corruption, while Elsie and Stubbs go out to bring in a malfunctioning host.moreless
Elsie adjusts Maeve's emotional acuity to prevent the host's recall. Meanwhile, two new guests arrive at Westworld, while the Man recruits an old friend to help him find the entrance to the maze.moreless
A corporation creates an expensive "theme park" where the guests participate in a simulation of the American Old West. However, the Corporation has an ulterior motive besides merely entertaining the wealthy. Meanwhile, the android "hosts" begin to develop their own memories and intelligence.moreless