"Westworld" is a unique show, so is it any surprise that the fan theories about it are equally so?

For every twist and turn the show has given us, fans have come up with millions more options for where the show could go. Fan theories have been known to get pretty wild, and it seems like the cast enjoys these ideas. During a recent interview with the U.K.'s Independent, Jeffrey Wright (Bernard Shaw) shared a particularly strange one he heard.

"One of the weirdest that I took in," he said, "was the notion that because the weather never changes in 'Westworld' they must be in a biosphere underwater."

As creative as the idea is, it apparently doesn't have any credence. Wright promptly debunked the theory, explaining, "I was like, 'No dude, the weather doesn't change because we shoot in LA.'"

Fans aren't the only ones who come up with ideas about the show's secrets. Evan Rachel Wood (Dolores Abernathy) also spoke to the Independent and shared that she and her fellow "Westworld" actors got together during Season 2 and "compared notes." Wood noted that "part of the fun is figuring things out" and thinks the audience will enjoy how complicated Season 2 is.

"I'm excited to hear the theories because I think there's going to be quite a lot of them," she said.

The upcoming episodes will explore the aftermath of Season 1, which ended in a host revolt. Let's see if anyone can top the underwater biosphere idea.

"Westworld" Season 2 premieres April 22 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on HBO.

[via: The Independent]