Originally posted by Shamick:
I dont think there is a seperate timelinesfor everyone, its all happening at the same time just in different parts of the park...
To put it simply: Rubbish
. If that is the case, then how do you explain the following:- Wyatt doesn't even exist in certain scenes - and infact, is actually being created by the English guy in some of them (Ford's "new narrative").
- Doloris' constant timeline skipping through her own memory (i.e. the quote that host's memories are "clear as day").
- The guy that Black Hat had with him (Lawrence) was playing a completely different character in William's scenes - and Black Hat knew him before he was reassigned this new narrative (i.e. back 30 years ago when we are seeing him AS WILLIAM).
- Black Hat's mention of the host that greeted him when he entered the park - and her new role.
- Maeve being seen in two different roles in two different storylines (past and future). The same can be said about Doloris, Lawrence and Teddy.
- Parts are clearly set in the same area of the park, yet no storylines have ever converged. Infact, quite the opposite.
- Westworld company logo's changing between scenes - indicating different timelines.
- The town with the church appears differently in different stories. Buried in one, there in the other and populated in another one.
There is absolutely no way you can say there are not more than one timeline being shown here at this point. It's bonkers to think it's all just happening in "another area of the park".
Whether or not the show itself is set in present day and we are just seeing host "memories", or whether we are indeed skipping through time periods is yet to be seen though.
Last edited 2 Dec 2016 at 13:04.