The fourth episode of season 4 of HBO’s science fiction series Westworld, titled “Generation Loss,” centers on Maeve Millay and Caleb Nichols’ battles with Charlotte Hale and William, also known as the Man in Black, to stop them from eradicating humanity.
The woman with curly hair Bernard Lowe meets and stays in contact with is known as “C” by the other members of her group. When Christina delves deeply into her life’s upsetting turn of events, Maya is startled. Here is all the information you need to know about C’s identity, which is revealed in the episode’s breathtaking conclusion.
Westworld Season 4 Episode 4 Recap
In the opening scene of “Generation Loss,” Hale rescues Caleb from her lethal flies. She explains to Caleb how her parasite and sounding apparatus can turn people into her slaves. William is still being fought by Maeve, who eventually defeats him by using her ability to manipulate the sound generator. Hale is held captive by Caleb and Maeve while they attempt to flee the brand-new Delos park. Hale successfully activates the sounding devices hidden throughout the park, persuading the visitors to murder Caleb and Maeve. While stabbing in the abdomen, Caleb escapes to the park’s perimeter with Hale still bound.
The head of C’s organization doesn’t have faith in Bernard to carry out the plan to locate the secret weapon. C blocks him from killing Bernard and Ashley Stubbs and fights alongside him to follow Bernard’s lead. As C leads Bernard and a small team to locate the hidden weapon, the group splits into two. If Bernard cannot also lead Ashley and C to the weapon, C’s leader wants Bernard and Ashley killed. William blocks Maeve and Caleb from leaving the park as they attempt to do so and shoots her. Before she passes away, she gives him a last hug. William is also killed in a series of explosions.
Maya understands how important a relaxing and entertaining evening is for Christina after busy days. She arranges for her to meet the man who defended her by assaulting Peter. He introduces himself as a Teddy Flood-like bounty hunter. Caleb learns from Hale that Maeve’s passing and their encounter took place 23 years ago. He also realizes he was a host before his original self passed away the same night Maeve did. When Caleb realizes that 23 years have passed without realizing his actual death, he storms out of Hale’s office at Olympiad Entertainment, a company where Christina also works.
Who Is C?
The head of the same organization questions C’s decision to trust the men despite being strangers when she brings Bernard and Ashley to her group. Although Bernard’s offer to locate a weapon for them is alluring, he refuses to waste their time and resources on a total stranger and quarrels with C for not sharing his perspective. She responds that she has her reasons for digging when Bernard asks her the same question. Bernard is referring to her father, whose whereabouts she does not know. Bernard warns C that she might not find her father’s body buried deep in the sand. As she becomes alarmed when he brings up her father.
Bernard Finds Out
Bernard begins to dig in the sand and discovers Maeve’s body. Bernard informs C that he doesn’t see Caleb’s body, which she has been looking for, indicating that Caleb is C’s father and that C is, in fact, Frankie. Frankie has developed over the past 23 years and is now looking for her father. Bernard assumes that since Maeve and Caleb were together, their bodies could have been together, but he only finds Maeve’s. He hands C/Frankie Maeve’s body as his weapon.
Given that C is Frankie, it is obvious that she joined the group to fight Hale, who has cut her off from her father, Caleb. Bernard and C work together to stop Hale because they want to stop him from annihilating humanity. But Bernard is aware that for him and his allies to find their enemies, they will need a better weapon, and Maeve is the only one who can do it. They will be better equipped to battle Hale and learn what happened to Caleb if Bernard can reawaken Maeve, if only by creating a copy of her.
What Does The Tower Mean?
Hale launches a new park using William to control people like she can control hosts. She wants the species that subjugated her species to be reduced to puppets at her beck and call. Hale develops a specific parasite that can invade human brains and a sounding device to command and control the parasite to carry out her commands. The sounding device Maeve and Caleb see at the park has been improved and is now called The Tower. In only 23 years, Hale has spread her parasites throughout the entire population of a city.
She builds the Tower to rule over the entire city’s populace. Hale’s success is demonstrated by the Tower’s transformation from a mere sounding device to a massive establishment, even though she only started it with a small group of people in Delos’ park.
Where To Watch Westworld?
If you want to watch Westworld, tune in to HBO on Sundays at 21:00 hrs Eastern Time, United States. HBO is available on Cable or as a streaming platform on HBO Max. Moreover, you can stream HBO Max as a standalone platform, or you can bundle it on your Hulu subscription or your Amazon Prime Video subscription for an extra price.
Westworld Season 4 Episode 5 Release Date
Westworld Season 4 Episode 5 will release on Sunday, July 24, 2022, at 21:00 Hrs, Eastern Time, United States, on HBO. Firstly, the upcoming episode will be titled Zhuangzhi. Craig William Macneill directed it, and the script was penned by Wes Humphrey, Lisa Joy, and Jonathan Nolan.