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Totally Real WESTWORLD Deleted Scene Reveals Arnold’s Demise (NSFW)

Warning: This exclusive and shocking deleted scene from HBO’s hit new series Westworld is definitely real but definitely not suitable for work (like, really NSFW), so make sure you watch it from the privacy of your own secret meeting room in the basement where you foolishly store a future army of killer robots.

It’s often impossible to know just what images and narratives we can trust on Westworld, what with its multiple timelines and with the unreliable perspectives of so many of its main characters. So even though this week’s episode seemingly (falsely?) gave us some answers as to the mysterious demise of Ford’s partner Arnold, all we really got was the story Ford wanted one of his robots to believe, and the shaky and unreliable memories of another. The truth, it seems, might be much, much worse.

We know because we have managed to get our hands on a stunning deleted scene (one that we had our Nerdist Comedy team vet thoroughly) that shows that what really happened to Arnold might be very different from what we have been led to think. Frankly, we’re not sure what to believe… but we’re into it. Westworld is the first show in television history to never have a single line of dialogue or moment resembling what we would call “humorous,” and we think this scene gives the show a much needed boost of comic relief.

Plus, Arnold’s apparent original name for “Westworld” is way more accurate… even if his design for the hosts was so much more horrific than anything we’ve seen yet.

What did you think of this definitely legitimate deleted scene, and how much better would the show be if they included it? Tell us in the comments below.

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