“The Auguries” is the first episode of the fourth season and the twenty-ninth episode overall of Westworld. The episode aired on June 26, 2022, on HBO. It was written by series creator Lisa Joy and Will Soodik and directed by Richard J. Lewis.
June 26, 2022
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Lisa Joy & Will Soodik
Richard J. Lewis
“Well Enough Alone“
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Seven years after the demise of Rehoboam, The Man in Black is back to negotiate with a Mexican cartel to acquire a data server.
Seven years after the events of the third season, a host copy of William manipulates the owner of the Hoover Dam, which now houses a large server farm that contains data he wants from eight years ago, to give it to him for free before killing himself.
In New York City, Christina, a woman who resembles Dolores, works as a writer at Olympiad Entertainment, creating stories for the non-player characters in video games. She is repeatedly called by a man named Peter, who claims she is controlling his life and proves it by jumping to his death in front of her.
Maeve & Caleb
Maeve, now living anonymously in a remote area, is tracked down by hosts whom she kills and discovers were sent by William. She drives to California to stop another host from killing Caleb and his new family. Caleb goes with Maeve to protect the next target.
Christina & Teddy
Back in New York City, Christina wishes to write a story with a happy ending before retiring, unaware she is being watched by someone resembling Teddy.
- Evan Rachel Wood as Christina
- Thandiwe Newton as Maeve Millay
- Jeffrey Wright as Bernard Lowe (credit only)
- Tessa Thompson as Dolores Abernathy (credit only)
- Aaron Paul as Caleb Nichols
- Angela Sarafyan as Clementine (archive footage)
- Ed Harris as Man in Black
- Ariana DeBose as Maya
- Rodrigo Santoro as Hector Escaton (archive footage)
- Frederic Lehne as Colonel Brigham
- Arturo Del Puerto as Hugo Mora
- Alex Fenrnandez as Mr. Mora
- Nozipho McLean as Uwade
- Celeste Clark as Frankie
- Manny Montana as Carver
- Michael Malarkey as Emmett
- Aaron Stanford as Peter Myers
- Brandon Sklenar as Henry
- Ted Monte as Arthur
- Jim Cody Williams as Woody
- La'Charles Trask as Jo
- Timothy Lee DePriest as Walter
- Cronin Cullen and Matthew Russell as Rowdy Men
- Jasmyn Rae as Maeve's Daughter
- James Marsden as Teddy Flood
- The Wind Cries Mary by Jimi Hendrix – Plays when Maeve is meditating at her cabin.
- Video Games by Lana Del Rey – An instrumental cover plays when Christina is standing on her balcony and telling a new story.
- Light Up by FEXELL – Plays When Christina is in her apartment.