The Craziest Westworld Theories We Can't Stop Thinking About

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Is this punishment for me thinking that season 2 of Westworld couldn't possibly be as compelling as season 1? Suddenly, everything I thought I knew about Delos and robots and time itself has been turned on its head, making way for a brand new season of intertwining narratives and a whole lot of second guessing what the word "real" really means. With each new mystery comes a hundred more theories, but only some are worth holding on to.
As the season progresses, we'll be keeping an eye out for the theories and observations that are genuinely mind-blowing, and could answer some of the biggest questions on the show. Who's a host and who isn't? Who knows who the hosts are and who doesn't? What is Delos trying to do with all of these robots, anyways?
It's hard to believe the creators of the show will ever actually tell us, but luckily, the fun of Westworld comes with trying to piece together the puzzle ourselves. To make things easy the next time you're in a heated conversation with friends about what the show actually means, or just the next time you sit down in front of the TV and need to know what to look out for in the coming episode, ahead we've rounded up all the craziest theories of Westworld season 2 — at least, the craziest theories so far.

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