List Rules Vote up the activities you'd get up to if you were visiting the Old West of HBO's Westworld.
Westworld, HBO's most anticipated show since Game of Thrones has finally made its grand debut, and we were wondering, what would YOU do at Westworld? If you watched the premiere, you know how awesome it was. A modern re-imagining of Michael Crichton's seminal sci-fi western, Westworld is the story of a theme park in the future, where incredibly lifelike androids take on the roles of classic frontiersmen and women during the settling of America. Guests pay big money to visit the park and live out their western fantasies, whether they be righteous and heroic, or dark and depraved.
So, let's use our imaginations for a moment, and ask ourselves, what would we do if given a ticket to Westworld? Would you play the hero and stop the bad guys? Maybe save poor Dolores from enduring her repeated torture at the hands of the Man in Black? Or would you go full evil, killing and pillaging and doing all the things civilized society would never let your overdeveloped Id do? Or maybe you'd just like to have a nice PG-13 western adventure.
Whatever your cup of tea, it's time to vote up your personal Westworld fantasies. Be honest with yourself - your votes are anonymous here. You know what you'd like to do. So let's really see what a sample of modern population would do in the Old West, given limitless power and consequence-free autonomy.
Sleep with Robot Prostitutes
Do Things with Dolores Abernathy That Don't Include Saving Her
Bounty Hunt the Bad Guys
Save Damsels in Distress
Save Dolores Abernathy
Stay in the Dressing Room with Angela for the Duration of Your Trip
Become a Dueling Champion
Join Up with a Criminal Robot Gang and Raise Some Hell
Go Full Evil and Kill Everyone
Try to Get a Robot to Realize What's Really Happening
Rob One of Them New-Fangled Steam Engines
Hunt Down the Man in Black
Teach the Robots to Stop Letting Flies Land on Them and Walk Across Their Eyeballs
Lead a Charge of Robot Indians Against the Robot Settlers in an Attempt to Rewrite History