Westworld quiz: tricky season 1 trivia
How closely were you paying attention during Westworld season 1? Take our 25-question quiz to find out…
The season one opening sequence refers to which artwork by Leonardo da Vinci?
In episode one, what real-world location was the backdrop to the photograph of a woman found by Peter Abernathy?
What are the names of the two Delos technicians manipulated by Maeve in season one?
What breed of dog did Robert Ford have as a childhood pet?
How much money does Logan tell William they’re paying per day “to jerk off, alone, in the woods, playing White Hat”?
What does Dolores do at the end of episode one to indicate that she’s overriden her core programming?
“Come on little one” says a technician to a robot bird he is trying to revive. From which film based on a Michael Crichton novel is he quoting?
Bernard Lowe is intended to be an anagram for…
What device does The Man in Black use to break Hector out of jail?
The town of Sweetwater was named after a farm in which 1960s Spaghetti Western?
What is the name given by the Native tribes to the Hazmat suit-wearing technicians who walk “between worlds – sent from hell to oversee our world”?
What was the name of Bernard Lowe’s son?
In Spanish, what does the name Dolores mean?
What does Dolores unearth from beneath her grave outside the white church?
Who was the composer of the 1890 solo piano piece Rêverie played repeatedly in season one?
Who played an early version of Sidse Babett Knudsen’s character Theresa Cullen in the unaired Westworld pilot?
Whose season one catchphrase was “Not much of a rind on you”
Which children’s book does Bernard read with Dolores in season one?
Which actor, who took inspiration from Yul Brynner’s performance in the 1973 film for a robotic role of his own, signed up to play the Gunslinger in a now-defunct Westworld movie remake?
In which Sector is the replica of Ford’s childhood cottage and its hidden lab?
The Man in Black tells Teddy that his wife died…?
Ramin Djawadi is Westworld’s musical composer. Which other HBO show does he also compose the music for?
For what reason does Maeve return to the park in the season one finale?
From which Shakespeare play is the line “These violent delights have violent ends”?
What is the title of Robert Ford's "final narrative"?