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Season 2, Episode 9

Vanishing Point

Title: "Vanishing Point"
Tell me the truth
Season: 2, Episode: 9
Air Date: 17 Jun 2018
Written by:Roberto Patino
Directed by: Stephen Williams

Season 2, Episode 10

The Passenger

Title: "The Passenger"
Everyone converges at the Valley Beyond.
Season: 2, Episode: 10
Air Date: 24 Jun 2018
Written by:Lisa Joy & Jonathan Nolan
Directed by: Frederick E.O. Toye

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The Original 1 Clementine

Clementine Pennyfeather is a regular character in the sci-fi western TV series Westworld. She is a host of Westworld, used primarily as one of the prostitutes in the Mariposa Saloon and whorehouse of Sweetwater. Her narrative is pretty simple, and not much happens in Clementine's world. She is played by Angela Sarafyan.

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Creating hosts

In the HBO series Westworld, "Host" means that the character is an artificially created being, a robot or android. The manufacturing process appears to use an advanced version of today's 3D printing technology. Hosts are lifelike machines made of flesh and blood, built by the parks creators to act out story lines by interacting with each other and with guests.

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The original Westworld was a science fiction western-thriller made in 1973. It was written and directed by Michael Crichton, author of Jurassic Park. The movie was about malfunctioning robots at a Western-themed amusement park that begin to kill visitors. It was one of the most successful films from 1973 and earned 4 million dollars - at a time when 4 million dollars was thought to be quite a lot of money.

Crichton got the inspiration for the movie while on a trip to Disneyland. The movie was so influential that Arnold Schwarzenegger based his character in The Terminator on the The Gunslinger antagonist from the original film. Despite all this, the sequel Futureworld was unsuccessful and the CBS TV series which followed that, called Beyond Westworld, didn't finish its first season.



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