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We're in for a fairly long wait between now and season two of Westworld, since it's been confirmed that we won't be returning to the park and its hosts until 2018. That means that viewers can spend more than a year trying to figure out what we'd like answers to, what we need to see and what problems from season one we're hoping to see worked out. Here's our list.

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Not a ton of answers, but a few clarifying things are there, as well as some foreshadowing for season two. In a choose-your-own-adventure type conversation where you don't actually have that many choices, a host wakes up and tells you bits of what you didn't see and didn't know.

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It's the last call for Westworld surprises... at least for season one. We're encroaching on the final episode of the first season. And sure, the most obvious "theories" in the show have already turned out to be true, but there are lots we can move forward from the expected into the unknown. That is, unless you prefer to keep the mystery, which is totally understandable.

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There's a ton of anticipation heading into the 90-minute long Westworld finale. With just a 10-episode first season, the show is already an obsession for the millions of people tuning in every week. Lots of time has been spent by fans trying to piece together "clues" to provide evidence for any number of theories. But the mysteries are only the tiniest part of what makes the show good.

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Westworld has piled mystery upon mystery in its premiere season, and fans have developed several theories to explain what's happening, which the show keeps proving to be true. But with yet another major revelation revealed in the latest episode, there is also only one big thing left for Westworld to confirm... or deny.

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Video: In Game of Thrones' sixth season, things in King's Landing went horrifically sideways for Olenna Tyrell (Diana Rigg). But in this deleted scene from the season's second episode, "Home", we get a glimpse of her berating her son (the erstwhile Master of Coin, Mace Tyrell), and hear more about the plans she has to free her grandchildren, Margaery and Loras, from the clutches of the High Sparrow.

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I had almost convinced myself that the "plot" of Westworld wasn't that important. That it was both semi-impossible to figure out what the twists and turns were and, more importantly, that doing so was a distraction from what the show was actually about: The characters' journeys of self-discovery, the nature of narrative and exploring what it means to be a person. Then the latest episode changed my mind.