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    • The whole "multiple timelines" theory is really interesting, and I've at moments wondered if that's what's going on. If this is the case, their approach to it has been pretty cryptic thus far and they'll have a lot of work to do in order to resolve all of these loose ends neatly.

      I'm half expecting a sort of Lost situation where we're still left with a lot of big, unanswered questions when the series is over. But we'll see.

      In any case, I still find it pretty entertaining.

    • I'm half expecting a sort of Lost situation where we're still left with a lot of big, unanswered questions when the series is over. But we'll see.

      That's a big fear of mine. I do not want to be let down like I was when Lost ended. Indeed, there are so many unanswered West World questions. I sure hope they'll eventually give me closure.

    • I watched episode 10 last night which in theory was the grand finale.
      Bernards multiple timelines are really close together but they still confused the hell out of me.

    • I also watched it a couple of days ago and I walked away pretty confused with all these multiple interweaving timelines. If anything it left me with more questions than answers, which is probably the point of the season finale: to keep you waiting and wondering until next season...