Another enjoyable episode, no Bat-costume (aww/yay) but plenty of 'Right Master Bruce' moments with some fun in the museum -
Yes, another enjoyable episode.
@Lindzi Ah yes, Anubis! Named after the Egyptian 'dog-headed' God, I assumed he was some heavy from the League of Assassins trained to track the knife down, he was pretty freeaakky!! Great sequence all round for creepiness/tension!
@Lindzi Oh wow you've impressed me there, I haven't got round to starting WW S2 yet, waiting until I was 'in the mood' to give it a go, but I can't let the side down so I'll catch it over the weekend! Need to watch this week's Wolf Creek tonight fingers crossed!
'Right Master Bruce ...'
I'm also currently up to date with the first two episodes of new Westworld...... and just to help us going forward we also have a new companion show West:Word (presented by Lauren Laverne)..... don't really know if this helps, I don't really know what is going on, but I'll watch some celebrities also saying they don't know what is going on or someone from the show who can't tell you what is going on..... genius TV!!!!!
Not to give too much away from these first two episodes (and possibly going in to episode three from a trailer on West:Word), but as you both follow TWD........ just the one word that might interest you.......Tigers???
If Westworld goes to something like seven seasons, it will all be explained in the last five minutes of that season!!!! (funnily enough, just read story online in last couple of days that it has been renewed for season three).
In episode one you'll have got a glimpse of a dead tiger, episode two had no tigers, but trailer for episode three had growling tiger and it looked good....... and I would assume they are all going to be animatronic, but the good kind.
@Lindzi Yes, season two looks like it is going to be heavy on the timelines, so everyone stay alert about what is happening and when!!!!
(being Scottish, I also loved episode two for having a great Scottish actor and his Scottish accent saying the 'C' word........ I'm easily pleased)