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  1. grawlix

    S03.E04: The Hour and the Day

    I think Woodard didn't want to put out the guns until he was certain that the vigilantes were going after him. Someone, like the police, dropping by unexpectedly when he had the guns out would have brought about unwanted suspicion. When Woodard spoke to the kids, they were in a field near their home. I think the field was a fair distance away from the house. Woodard couldn't tell if the father saw him talking to the kids and that the baiting worked. Confirmation happened when saw the cars on the road heading towards him.
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    S03.E04: The Hour and the Day

    It didn't look like a baby to me. She looked to be a normal shopper carrying a few small items to the check out. Finding the fingerprints appears to be coincidental to the earlier reported robbery. That was an odd piece of filming/editing. It looked like the vigilantes were close enough to identify that the man running was Woodard, but there was no indication that they recognized who he was. It could be that they filmed the sequences and the editor did what he could to preserve the story line. Elisa being a relative of Julie is an interesting theory. Seems to fit with what is going on this season. There were also outlines of American soldiers in his hallucination. Does that mean he killed Americans too? I thought it was interesting that Hays purposely touched the man in the coat and tie and said he was sorry. Was that a personal choice by the actor or is that something the director wanted?
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    S03.E04: The Hour and the Day

    I would guess the same place he got his cache of weapons. Ex-military types that sold military weapons on the black/grey market to other ex-military.
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    S02.E10: All Alone

    As I understood it, Abe is fighting for the intellectual property rights to the project he was working on. Bell Labs says it belongs to Bell Labs as stipulated by his contract.
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    The Last Kingdom

    Uthred's love interests = Spinal Tap Drummers
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    S02.E10: All Alone

    Lenny Bruce on the Steve Allen Show
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    S03.E08: Six Thanksgivings

    I would need to watch the episode again, but I thought Randall mentioned Stanford.
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    Salt Fat Acid Heat

    NPR (Los Angeles) interview with Samin about SFAH https://www.kcrw.com/news-culture/shows/good-food/samin-nosrat-making-food-tv-like-never-before
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    S02.E01: Our Raison d'Etre

    I’m glad I can figure out which one is Frankie and which one is Vincent easily
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    S06.E14: Through the Fog

    Once they identified the guy who dressed up as a CDC person, they went to his home and arrested the suspect. The suspect stored the missing servers in his home and the police recovered them when he was arrested.
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    S02.E08: Kiksuya

    I think most folks are use to hearing dialogue instead of reading dialogue. I've gotten into the habit of putting on closed captioning when watching television. It is a little odd at first, but I have found it to be quite helpful understanding the dialogue and catch more stuff occurring in the background.
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    S02.E08: Kiksuya

    Akecheta's journey into the sub-basement did occur relatively early in the life of Westworld and the repair tech mentioned that they were understaffed. So one could make a leap to think that there were not many security protocols in place and when the employees went to lunch, there wasn't anyone around during that time. However, unlike all the other woke hosts, he did seem unusually calm about being in a totally foreign environment in the sub-basement. Although I can't give concrete examples, but Akechata and the Ghost Nation seems to have a protective nature towards humans. Akecheta did provide comfort to a delirious Logan. Trying to take Lee away from Maeve's gang when there were going into Shogun World. When Stubbs was captured, he returned to the control center (under a cloud of mystery) unharmed. Emily seems to be aware of this, too. She seemed to know how to find her father and her father was with Akecheta. How is MIB not dead? Maybe Ford can program the weapons to cause maximum pain to MIB but are still non-lethal. Another FU to MIB... I don't know, I'm reaching on this one.
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    TDS 3.0: Season Three Talk

    Loved the whole episode. The Facebook analogy, Ronnie’s segment, and the guest were all on point
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    S02.E07: Les Ecorches

    I think notwisconsin was talking about Charlotte bypassing uploading the data altogether. Charlotte was the head of the Delos board. She seemed to have a lot of knowledge of the inner workings of WestWorld. As far as the bomb in the spine, I assume it was a small explosive designed to immobilize the host, not destroy the host. Once disabled, the Delos team would be able to retrieve the host under the guise of a medical emergency. Which kind of begs the question, shouldn't there be a way to activate the itty bitty bombs within Westworld? That would stop Dolores' revolution without all the bloodshed.
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    S02.E07: Les Ecorches

    I understand that in S1, they had to use subterfuge because they were under Ford's watchful eye. However in S2, Ford was no longer an issue. Once Abernathy was retrieved from the Fort, Charlotte could have used the extractor in her secret outpost (Delos Lab?) and call for an air/sea extraction. Or, she could have did what Dolores did -- rip into Abernathy's head (without the angst because she doesn't care about the bots) and then call for an extraction. I also find it odd that Charlotte seemed to have little to no knowledge of the Cradle which also had an extractor.
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