About This Show
The morality of creating artificially-intelligent machines is tricky business. Maybe you want to indulge in thoughtful discussion or maybe you just want the answers handed to you on a silver platter. Either way, Jim and A.Ron have you covered with Watching Westworld, the officially unofficial podcast for the Westworld series on HBO.
Most Recent Episode
Season 1 Wrapup
Dec 13 2016
Jim and A.Ron put season one of HBO’s Westworld in cold storage by talking about our overall thoughts, opinions, and hopes for next season. Then we consider a giant sized mailbag where we discuss scalp maps, the nature of consciousness and free will, the impact of self aware robotic hosts on fast food chains, and much more. We’ll be back whenever Westworld returns, but we never really go away. In 2017 we have an early line up including The Leftovers, Better Call Saul, Game of Thrones, among others. Hope we see you around!
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Episodes of This Show
Dec 6 2016
Nov 29 2016
Nov 22 2016
Nov 15 2016
Rated 5 out of
Jim and A.Ron are back!!
My favorites are back!
I love these guys!
They have framed the pod basically just like their GoT pod.
General discussion at the beginning, recap, then a spoilor section.
Sound quality as always is fantastic!
These guys are professionals and very good at what they do.
No fiddling with phone volume, and running things back because of shoddy audio.
You can tell they've invested in sound production and "we" the listener appreciates this more than you know!
Great Pod to introduce you to the show if you haven't watch it yet.
Great Pod for the fangirl like me as well!
Really excited about this show and so happy you guys are doing this Pod!
Date published: 2016-10-06
Rated 5 out of
Another Excellent Listen
I depended on their GoT podcasts to geek out to and was thrilled when I saw they were doing Westworld. So many times I'm talking back to the podcast saying, "...but what about...?" and sure enough it always comes up in that episode or the next. I also appreciate the larger conversations they have about the production of these types of shows (mega shows--can we call them that?).
Date published: 2017-05-17