Hey, Westworld peeps. We've got another interesting set of official spoilers to share with you guys. These are for the new, upcoming episode 9 of the show's current season 1. HBO was kind enough to give me a press release that gives up certain details of the episode's plot summary. It turns out that we're going to see a reconnection of two past lives, take place. Maeve will get pretty bold with a Hector situation, and more.

Teddy gets enlightened

We've also got the title for this installment, which is called: "The Well-Tempered Clavier.” In the official plotline, we're going to see a situation where Teddy gets his mind, totally illuminated.

However, this great enlightenment, definitely won't be for free as the description says that he will be paying a major price for it.

Maeve and Hector have an interesting chat

Next up, we learn that there's going to be a scene that features some interactions between characters: Maeve and Hector at some point. It will feature Maeve, taking a pretty bold stance as the description says that she''ll offer up a proposition to Hector that's really bold. So, that should make for a pretty intriguing scenario.

Delores and Bernard share an interesting moment

Then to wrap up the synopsis spoilers, we're going to see characters: Bernard and Delores have ,what sounds like will be a pretty special moment or event, as the synopsis reveals that they're going to reconnect with their pasts. The show hired the writing team of Dan Dietz & Katherine Lingenfelter to pen the script, and Michelle MacLaren directed it.

Ok, so that's going to be it for this week's synopsis spoiler reveal.

However, as always, make sure to be on the lookout for the new spoiler promo clip that HBO will release, tonight, after episode 8 airs. It should definitely deliver new, visual spoilery insights into what will be taking place in next week's installment.

Look for episode 9 to air next week

Also, the press release confirmed that episode 9 will definitely be shown next Sunday night, November 27th at 8pm central standard time, so be sure to pencil that in on your TV schedules.

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