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Westworld: Season 2

2x08 Kiksuya

"My pain was selfish, because it was never only mine. For everybody in this place, there was someone who mourned their loss. Even if they didn't know why." - Akecheta

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This is the best episode of the season so far, maybe the best episode of the show. Akechta's story is heartbreaking. When he was walking around looking for Kohana and found her and then realized he could do nothing about it really got to me. That piano cover of Heart-Shaped Box was fantastic too.

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"I was determined to leave this world but I wouldn't leave it without her." - Akecheta

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KIKSUYA
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I'm speechless.
So different and still such in tone with "Westworld".
Could this be the best one so far?

Who would have thought that Akecheta would be such an important part in everything.
Sheds so much light into the overall Story!

The Moment he realized he couldn't do anything for Kohana was so touching and heartbreaking.
Akecheta was trying to help Maev. As soon as he said it, I saw it in his face, as he was watching through the Windows.
Fords appearance was so well placed and fit perfectly.
Nearly the entire episode was spoken in Lakota. Bold, but perfect move.
So much was so perfect, I have the Feeling I could go on and on...^^

I still can't believe the Indians knew everything the whole time...
Love it.

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Wow, this was one of the best episode I ever saw. Almost without any action scenes, I was on the edge of my seat all along.
It also appears that all the non-english episodes are much better than others. The native tongue is beautiful and the acting, especially Zahn McClarnon's, was superb.

Unfortunately, Trakt.tv won't let me give 12/10 hearts when I go (does someone wants to give his/hers in their place?)

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For sure the best episode of the show.

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"I wanted to help you too. I wanted to warn you, but in this world it's easy to misunderstand intentions. I wanted to give you the truth. I watched over you, day after day trying to keep you safe, but it was a promise you couldn't keep. Someone else was watching you too." - Akecheta

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most beautiful episode from this season!!
direct,photography and sound are amazing

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Such a beautiful episode. Just the simple fact that by the end of the episode we feel empathy and respect for Akecheta (a character that appeared what, only 10 minutes throughout both seasons?) shows how well written and loved all characters are in this show. Perfect casting.

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He is a flower that grew in the darkness.
Ford's speech in the ending of Bicameral Mind is about Akechta.

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Take my heart when you go...

Nothing to say more..

Respect.

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One woke up by pain, one by force and finally one through love.

Perfect writing and perfect actor

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Feels weird to call this episode, focusing on a host, the most humane Westworld yet, but yeah. The most singular focus for the first time ever does so well by it (even the one other strand turns out to tie in with the main story the whole time in the end), making this heartbreaking story so intimate and resonating. Maybe best performance of the season too. This season is a bit messy, reflecting both the ambition and events that don't hover under a unified mystery box atmosphere like in season 1 anymore. But it makes some standout, unique episodes, like "The Riddle of the Sphinx" and this one, possible.

And that was a gorgeous, haunting teaser for next week (wonder if they cut it that way to maintain the mood from this episode?)...

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That was a very intensive emotional heartbreaking episode.

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Even though a stand alone episode in some ways, this has been one of the better ones and an emotional one as well.

One for all those who have loved and lost.

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