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‘GLOW’ Season 2: A Feel-Good, Thought-Provoking Piledriver of Fun

Marty Allen
Note: Beware of Spoilers and Wrestling Analogies GLOW is a show about some awesome ladies from the 80’s dressing up and throwing each other around in a wrestling ring. GLOW is also a show about identity, feminism, problematic stereotypes, motherhood, sexual harassment, economic inequality, and the AIDs crisis. Season 2
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“Westworld” Ep.2.10: “The Passenger” Goes Full “Matrix Revolutions”

Redmond Bacon
If you were expecting a satisfying denouement to the latest Westworld that tied everything up in a neat bow then you’re still watching the wrong show. Like the end of The Matrix trilogy, Westworld has fully descended into The Rabbit Hole, showing us that it goes deeper than ever thought
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‘Westworld’ Ep.2.09: “Vanishing Point” Delivers Shocks in an Unshocking Fashion

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Westworld, Season 2, Episode 9: “Vanishing Point” Written by Roberto Patino Directed by Stephen Williams Airs Sundays at 9 pm ET on HBO After thrillingly branching out into previously untold parts of the park last episode, Westworld returns to familiar ground in “Vanishing Point.” Focusing on the backstory of William,
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‘Westworld’ Ep.2.08: “Kiksuya” Gives Ghost Nation the Story They Deserve

Redmond Bacon
“Kiksuya” is the episode Westworld desperately needed. While the show’s depiction of ShogunWorld left us a little wanting, episode eight of season two expertly fleshes out the story of Ghost Nation. So long reduced to peripheral characters of the show, “Kiksuya” rightfully centres Ghost Nation and their leader Akecheta (Zahn
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‘Westworld’ Ep.2.06: “Phase Space” Adds Another Layer to The Park

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“Phase Space” injects some much needed-narrative momentum into season two of Westworld — taking Dolores out of the park, Meave to see her daughter and the revival of an old favourite. With the season nearly halfway through, there is a sense that things are finally falling into place. While it