Despite the complete lack of Maeve, I didn’t mind this episode. It made me slightly more interested in William’s storyline again. There’s also the return of one of last year’s most intrepid characters. I’m not talking about past!Stubbs.
So now we have a taste of three of the -at least- six parks. Is it just the trekkie in me or does a sci-fi themed park sound much more interesting than what we’ve seen? (Or Fantasy? Elves? HOBBITS?)
I loved parts of the backstory, but when you get right down to it I love nothing when it means I get less of Maeve. Am I the only one whose interest in William’s story has dwindled? I hope this doesn’t present a problem given the title for the season is Door, so fingers crossed.
Pretty solid start to the season, wouldn’t you agree? It isn’t nearly as baffling and full of exposition as Season 1, and the new pieces presented either added to the story, or gave birth to fascinating questions.
Great wrap-up to the series!
The more they stay the same… in the most frustrating way. (sung to the tune of “A Spoonful of Sugar”)
This seemed like a season finale, tying up loose ends, leaving other things unanswered, but ultimately closing a chapter while making you want to continue reading… next season. I’m worried about what this means for the pacing of the remaining two episodes.
I am very much one to gloat, but this isn’t the only reason I liked the episode.
I didn’t know how to feel about this episode until the very last scene, and reader, I loved it.
This episode I somehow both lived and was livid. A thousand apologies for how late this is, but work came in hard after the holidays.