Every week, it seems like Westworld asks more questions than it really answered, but as we hit the back half of the first season, things look like they might start getting revealed. With Maeve gaining perspective outside of the park, closed-off sections of Westworld being rummaged for clues, and a bunch of underlying plots seemingly about to come into the light, the chaos we’ve been promised since the first trailer for the show looks to be well on its way. So, before it hits the fan, we’ve got just a few more questions that we thought about watching the latest episode.
9. Seriously, How Bad Is Security In The Maintenance Area?
For all the talk of the strict rules and regulations for employees of Westworld, Maeve and Felix sure do manage to traverse several levels of the backstage area without anyone even looking at them, let alone asking why a nervous guy still wearing his scrubs and an unauthorized woman are wandering around. Sure, Felix makes a few attempts to point out that he could get fired, but it really doesn’t seem like anyone ever actually looks outside of the glass walls that every room in that area seem to be made of. Surely techs aren’t allowed to walk around the halls without authorization, especially leading a host around. Actually, it does bring to light that while there are clearly security guards who deal with the park itself, there don’t seem to be any who watch over the employees, and there’s a decided lack of secure entry points, at least in the areas we saw Maeve walk through. And where were they headed in the elevator before Maeve saw the video and they suddenly went back to their starting point? What was even the ultimate goal of going walkabout?https://www.comicbookmovie.com/sci-fi/new-promo-for-westworld-season-1-episode-6-the-adversary-a146400 Source: ComicBookMovie.com