The episode begins with a flashback, because “Westworld” loves a flashback, and young Frankie and her mother Uwade (Nozipho McLean) are helping everyone escape during Hale’s parasitic takeover. Everyone freezes so the creepy white robots can check them out, and unfortunately, the escapee, J (Daniel Wu), blinks when a fly lands on his eyelash, alerting the others. robot sentinel. They manage to escape and go to an old abandoned house for a little hiding. Uwade introduces J to the others and Frankie shows him her radio and tells him about her messages to her father. J tells her that he will never be her brother and that her father is dead and she is wasting her time. Since we know she’s still looking for him as an adult, that’s a particularly bitter statement, and the series knows it, cutting directly to present-day Frankie, who passed C as an adult. She’s with Bernard, and they have Maeve’s body in the backseat.
They returned to the park, which has now been completely reclaimed by the desert, and fell into ruins. However, Bernard needs supplies to repair Maeve and knows there’s a lot going on in an abandoned park designed to keep all the hosts running. C started questioning Bernard because he knew too much about the hosts and he tried to deflect, explaining, “This park shares the same architect as Westworld. I used to work there.” That’s pretty rich, since Bernard is a version of Westworld’s original architect, Arnold, but he also technically worked for Delos, so he’s not lying. C asked him what he was doing at the park and she explained that he programmed the servers. When she accused him of letting “puppets” get out of hand, he countered: “Delos is known for keeping his staff in the dark as much as the guests.”
Bernard begins rebuilding Maeve with C’s help, and the whole thing is reminiscent of “Frankenstein”, including bathing in the milky substance for Maeve and transferring the “brain”, because of the brain gem. like Maeve’s marble has been damaged too much by the desert. to work properly, so they moved it to another host. While they work, Bernard explains how the park works and how Hale uses it to gather information about humanity as a whole, first by tracking data through the hats, then by recording back them up and observe them through a one-way mirror. “To control the world, she needs to understand,” he told C. Unfortunately, their conversation was interrupted by C’s teammates, after their mission in the city.
https://www.slashfilm.com/946922/in-westworld-season-4-episode-6-everyones-fidelity-is-put-to-the-test/ In Westworld season 4, episode 6, everyone’s ‘loyalty’ is put to the test