I hate post-credit scenes, and don't understand they they are a thing now. I had to go and watch the post-credit scene on Youtube after finding out there was one on here. Counting that, it took me four separate viewings to slog through this episode. Imagine reading a book where after the ending there is an epilogue buried behind the About the Author, references, and contact information. How many readers would miss the epilogue? Maybe it's okay for a fun Easter egg like at the end of a Marvel movie, but not for something with serious plot implications.
Speaking of which, the end of William and his whole story arc this season was terrible. Even Ed Harris hated it. The first two seasons created this very complex character with many facets, and I enjoyed his journey. This season he was reduced to a one-dimensional villain, and at the end he is told by his doppelganger that in fact he wasn't multidimensional at all, just an evil violent man. No wonder they buried that scene after the credits. What an epic trashing of a character by hack writing.
Final shot of Bernard, pre-creidts: He drops his head unconscious as his headgear activates.
Final shot of Bernard post-credits. He raises his head with the look of epiphany
Final verdict: The writers don't know what the Hell Bernard saw, but it must have been great!
Dolores wants to destroy the world Dolores wants to save the world. Serac wants to save the world. Serac wants to destroy the world. Maeve wants to save the world and see her daughter, Maeve wants to destroy the world and see her daughter.
Caleb is a construction worker. Caleb is the leader of the human race. Because he makes choices, you know?
The show goes on and on ad-nauseum about free will and whether it exists or not, but unwittingly reveals the true threat to civilization, which is how the number of people you can count on one hand get to make that decision for the other eight billion.
Well the season is done. That's about the best thing I can say about it.