Recappables: Westworld

Recappables: Westworld

Published by: The Ringer
20 Episodes | First Released: Apr 19 '18 | 🇺🇸

An instant breakdown of every episode of ‘Westworld’ Season 2, hosted by The Ringer's David Shoemaker and a rotating panel of obsessive Ringer staffers.

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SeanRyanD
Jan 25
Rating:   10
Sussinct Recaps and Research

These guys give you the who, what, when, where, and why...and they explain the backstory and potential connections.

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Mel4826395736
Oct 25 '18
Rating:   4
Confused & So Negative

Seems like they have been assigned to watch Westworld as a homework assignment and don't seem to enjoy it.

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Owner of a lonely heart.
Sep 26 '18
Rating:   10
insanity

your average should be five stars, you guys are great. thank you, y’all are really enhancing the show

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PANDORUM
Sep 7 '18
Rating:   10
Fantastic

Love this pod, the hosts are insightful, funny, and not afraid to make light of West World when it starts going off narrative. This show is immensely improving my enjoyment and understanding of the television program, great stuff.

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asparagus.
Jul 3 '18
Rating:   2
Disorganized and unprofessional

I’ve listened to many episodes of this show as I respect the Ringer brand and I’ve finally had enough. The ramblings featured in this podcast sound like the group has done zero pre-planning whatsoever and it is irritating to listen to. There is so much great material to discuss on Westworld and this podcast can do so much better. I expect better from the Ringer. Give me Mallory Rubin- she’s thoughtful and actually respects her platform and understands her responsibility to put quality content into the world. This podcast is a waste of time, I actually lose brain cells while listening to it.

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BD1598
Jun 28 '18
Rating:   2
Unprofessional, poor moderating, unsubscribing

Started out as a good podcast at the beginning of this season but by the finale, has really gone off the rails. While Danny’s theories can be a little off the wall, the rudeness of cutting him off and shutting him down from finishing a sentence is truly unprofessional this cast. Only for the rest of the hosts to respond with their answers, which were: “well no one really knows”, or “they could do anything”, “not worth even talking about”. What is the point of covering this show if you can’t even have one original thought?? Really needs a better moderator who can keep discussion evenly dispersed and on track.

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Sir Loafensworth
Jun 27 '18
Rating:   8
🤠

Julliete Litman is without question the smartest and most interesting person on this podcast.

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The Knight Errant
Jun 27 '18
Rating:   4
Inane

With such fertile subject matter, it is difficult to determine how this podcast can manage to be largely devoid of any thoughtful or compelling commentary. Some self-editing and unspoken thoughts might be in order - not every silly notion needs to be included just because it happened to pop into somebody’s addled brain. An example among many: yammering on about Transformers and Optimus Prime because some prime numbers are referenced in WW - hardly funny, instructive or remotely relevant to the fascinating and impending issues raised in WW. Perhaps Ringer World’s Ford Simmons needs to reprogram these hosts before the next season.

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pverse1
Jun 27 '18
Rating:   6
Change the host

Take Shoemaker completely off the show. He’s the worst one. Or give him his separate pod for the people who think he’s funny. Please please give the show to Danny

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Mr. Dave Big
Jun 26 '18
Rating:   4
Frustrating

Palpable tension as hosts who aren’t named Danny Heifetz seem to chomp at the bit to dismiss Danny’s thoughts or punish him for mistakes. This passive aggressive dynamic becomes the centerpiece of the episode for me with few exceptions. I give Heifetz credit, he clearly puts a great deal of time into his research. Cohosts could learn the value of Yes And and basic table manners.

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