Written by Carly Wray and Dan Dietz
Directed by Uta Briesewitz
Akecheta finds the Man in Black clinging to life and drags him to the Ghost Nation campsite. The Man in Black wonders why Akecheta hasn’t killed him yet, and Akecheta replies: “Death is a passage from this brutal world. You don’t deserve the exit.”
Meanwhile, Lee Sizemore has wheeled a badly injured Maeve Millay to a lab in the Mesa, finding Roland and insisting that he save her. Lee reveals that Maeve can control the other hosts with her mind, and Roland’s interest is piqued — he locks down the floor and sets to work on her.
Across the park, Maeve’s daughter has been brought to the Ghost Nation camp. Akecheta approaches the girl and tells her the Man in Black can’t hurt her. He encourages her to remember everything that’s happened to her in the past. Akecheta tells the girl of his former “warm, easy life,” living peacefully on the plains with his family and the love of his life, Kohana. He says he found something that changed his life forever: he was the first to discover the massacre in Escalante nearly thirty-five years ago when Dolores killed Arnold. Having found Arnold’s Pigs in Clover toy in a nearby saloon, he became obsessed with the symbol of the maze. He explains to Maeve’s daughter he “heard a new voice inside.”