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(Spoilers ahead for the season 3 premiere of “Westworld.
As we saw at the very end of the season 2 finale, once Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood) got to the mainland, she put herself in another copy of her own body, put one of the Host minds she smuggled out of Westworld in the Charlotte Hale (Tessa Thompson) body, and put Bernard (Jeffrey Wright) in another copy of his own body.
As you may recall, during season 2 he stood up to her when she wanted to destroy the digital world that so many of the Hosts had escaped to, and later on she realized he was right.
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Most of the “Westworld” season 3 premiere takes place about three months after the massacre at the park, and the Delos cover story, fronted by whoever is in Charlotte’s body, is that Bernard was responsible for the whole thing.
When we first see him he’s still the same sort of awkward and shy guy he’s always been, but after a couple scenes we see him back in his new home, running diagnostics on himself, and demonstrating some kind of split in his personality.In the scene I just mentioned, Bernard is holding some kind of red button and asking himself questions.
He asks the question, presses the button, and another Bernard answers.
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Since his main personality doesn’t seem to be capable of defending himself, this time when he presses the button the other Bernard springs into action and beats his attackers unconscious.
Bernard already demonstrated an ability to trick himself back when he was in Westworld, when he conjured up a hallucination of Robert Ford (Anthony Hopkins) to make himself build the Charlotte body for Dolores.
It’s very possible he’s doing the same thing here, using the button as a sort of psychological trigger in the same way he used Ford in season 2.
As we saw with the Ford hallucinations last time around, there are things that the computer part of him knows that his actual mind is not able to access normally.
The other possibility is that this body has, to some degree, a mind of its own.
And thus there are two separate Bernards — one being the mind and one being the body.
And there’s evidence that this body is different from the one he had in Westworld.
But I don’t think we have enough information yet to really know one way or another, and so it’s certainly possible that the answer is something completely different.
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