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The words are uttered often to Dolores Abernathy (Evan Rachel Wood) throughout the first season of "Westworld", whose finale took them quite literally.
Bernard added: 'You and the others were on a distant shore'.
The latest trailer for the second season threatens to deepen that darkness, as one-time innocent young lady Dolores asks a man on his knees, "Did you ever stop to wonder about your actions?"
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Bernard recently learned that, contrary to what he's believed all his life, he's actually a robotic host, so it makes sense his head would be in a weird place.
Bernard (Wright), meanwhile, is in a rather unique position, since the Delos security team fighting to take back the park don't know that he's a host. We also get a shot of Luke Hemsworth's Ashley Stubbs as he and his troops hit one of Westworld's beaches military style. If you have any theories, I'll just be over here putting together a cosplay for Dolores' new outfit and shamelessly daydreaming about Jimmi Simpson. "The reckoning is here". There's also plenty of violence, which William/Man in Black (Ed Harris) as usual, appears to truly enjoy. He's up to his eyeballs in ulterior motives.
"She's something we programmed - she's not real", Lee Sizemore (Simon Quarterman) tells Host Maeve Millay (Newton). It's going to be an all-out war between the highly-intelligent and now out for freedom robots and the humans, who have every reason to fear the existence of the hosts.
Westworld season 2 certainly looks exciting.
Season two of Westworld, called The Door, premieres on HBO April 22.