In which we continue our discussion of the three laws by discussing how we would want them enacted in our potential business model, including which one of the three laws we think may no longer be necessary. Meanwhile, special guest Paul brings his A game with sports analogies, and Joe makes Jew jokes.
In which we explain what the Three Laws are, discuss the difficulties in implementing them in general and in Westworld in particular, all thanks to the help of a special guest. Meanwhile, Chris calls everyone dicks as our editor continues to show he doesn’t actually cut anything out of these episodes.
In which we discuss various aspects of site and operational security, and come to the conclusion that our lack of legal background leaves us with some unanswered questions. Meanwhile, we finally begin demonstrating how our previous discussions contribute to a holistic view of running the park as a business while Chris reveals his safe word to the audience.
In which we discuss workplace safety, dismemberment, and antibiotic-resistant infections found in robot prostitutes. Meanwhile, Chris repeatedly advocates victim-blaming as we discuss prospective solutions to the safety issues that run rampant throughout Westworld.
In which we discuss why it’s important to establish coding standards in a development organization, as well as the impact of code reviews and testing. Meanwhile, Joe manages to sneak in some shameless self promotion while espousing certain approaches to quality engineering.
In which we discuss whether or not Westworld has an HR department (spoiler: the consensus is no). We also discuss the purpose of human resources and some recent real-world HR failures. Meanwhile, Pat and Joe repeatedly try and trick Chris into revealing too much information while we begin to question if there’s anything our editor actually removes.
In which we talk about the headless tree that doesn’t make adequately defined roles, purposes, or liability. We also discuss rogue CEOs running wild and real world comparisons to what actually happened. Meanwhile, Chris learns that he’s no longer capable of wrapping up the show.