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  1. You just mirrored my feelings Totally. She is ten times sexier than all the other girls combined except for Dany. Dany is a very close second.
  2. You are right in every bit but a bigger problem is Gender. Cersei is a woman and people don't see her much as a threat then they see Tywin or Jaime. A woman in those ages could never intimidate her opponents without some solid evidence of her strength even if she is a Lannister or Queen Regent. And if we add Cersei's pride and desire to get even at any cost in this whole mixture then we will get the recipe of brewing wildfire.
  3. You totally nailed it. I agree that Cersei is evil personified but in a story where people cheer for LSH, hating Cersei so much does not make sense.
  4. I am not saying that she has the most high moral fiber. I said she is interesting to watch. Considering all the other women, she faced more problems alone than anyone else can claim. She is arrogant and ruthless, no doubt in that and deserved to get punished but this is also true that she has faced many threats to the lives of her children. What had Catleyn Stark done to the wife of Walder Frey despite of knowing that she was innocent? A deranged mother can do anything. It is a pity that she had to see all her children die which was her biggest fear. I am not asking to feel sympathy for her but sometimes i think if she was not a daughter of Tywin, she could be better. Growing up without a mother, an insensitive father, an unusual love affair, and then forced to get married to someone else, she had to be a villain at the end.
  5. D&D said in the "Inside Episode" section that her children were the only only thing which humanized her. Now I am lost why would she want Iron Throne. All along I thought she was protecting her children but now when she crowned herself, I didn't get that a bit. She should have been screaming, yelling and crying because the prophecy was getting fulfilled bit by bit but instead she went to become a queen.
  6. I think Tyrion can never love a high born woman. He knows what he is and he is wise enough to remember it. However, he feels dignity in her presence which no other woman let him feel. The high born women either considered him a joke or the son of Tywin Lannister. No woman ever give him any importance or respect for what he is as a person. And the way Dany treats him, this is something unique in his life. I don't think we can describe his feelings in one word.
  7. Theon was also traitor by this definition. I am talking about the traitor who belongs to the camp of the biggest enemy. All the other enemies are small and fragile and Westerosis are cowards and greedy so changing sides for money or survival is a common thing in that world.
  8. Yes. Also 3ER may believe that the wall should come down so the threat of WW can end for good. I think that too much wise guys who are high on the idea of "The Greater Good" do not give much importance to lives of individuals like Dumbledor.
  9. Actually I was thinking on the same line since yesterday. All the epic stories have some kind of traitor amongst the good folk. In LotR, it was Saruman. In Harry Potter, it was Wormtail so how come no traitor in GOT. Presuming that Night King can think and talk, unlike other WW and wights, then it can be true that he sent Benjen to Bran. But the only hole in this plot is that if this was the case, 3ER would had told it to Bran instantly after he got the mark.
  10. “Confess. Confess. Confess. Confess: It felt good, beating me. Starving me. Frightening me. Humiliating me. You didn’t do it because you cared about my atonement. You did it because it felt good. I understand. I do things because they feel good. I drink because it feels good. I killed my husband because it felt good to be rid of him. I fuckk my brother because it feels good to feel him inside me. I lie about fucking my brother because it feels good to keep our son safe from hateful hypocrites. I killed your High Sparrow and all his little sparrows, all his septons, all his septas. All his filthy soldiers. Because it felt good to watch them burn. It felt good to imagine their shock and their pain. No thought has ever given me greater joy. Even confessing feels good, under the right circumstances.” That was the best scene of Season 6 in terms of acting. I am confused between love to hate her and hate to love her. She alone can make a dull scene interesting unlike the other female characters in the show. She is the only truly independent woman in Westeros without any male admirers and dragons. She is evil, no doubt about it but very interesting to watch. If it was not for her, I would had left the show after Tywin's death.
  11. He was not killing her, that was for sure because Cersei said you will not die today.
  12. All the cries about 'Real Enemy' and they don't even show up. First Season without WW
  13. Lyanna Mormont is talking like a fangirl of Kit Harringotn. What happened to the inheritance rules? I think they just did it to bring out Evil!Sansa. I might like that story line, Sansa going against Jon. Just like not all Lannisters are bad, all Starks are not good either.
  14. If you have watched last episode then kindly note that Cersei is every bit King Aerys daughter.