Either we’re supposed to think or I think that Ford is dead and his virtual mind is now in the host body of the copy of the lady boss. Rather than do a direct replica like he did with Arnold/Bernard. She knew an awful lot more than she should and a lot more than the trouble shooting boss calling the shots on the clean up.
Maybe. This show really head strawberry floats you!
One thing I'll be doing is staying the hell away from any recaps this time around, especially places like GameFAQs Message Boards. I always like to read up on what I've just watched but I don't want to know more than loose speculation, but on gaf I think they'd worked out every twist within a couple of episodes and were openly talking about them.
I enjoyed the first episode and was glad it was not a complete mindfuck from the start, the first season was quite some time ago and it was nice to be eased back in gently without having to remember too much stuff.
Thought that was alright. The backstory of william could get interesting, although so far it seems like Westwood is basically Cambridge analyitica
William stuff was good, at least we get some western stuff with him, although even though there are supposed to be real stakes and danger, he's plot armoured to the point that you know he's not going to get in to any meaningful trouble.
I accidentally hit play on episode 2 of season 1 last night when I went to watch the new episode. Thinking it was an elaborate flash back I watched a good 15 minutes before I realised, but it turned out to be great in leading into the new episodes William story.