TheSerb

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  1. Wait, the super secret way to cure this supposedly uncurable disease is to just scrub it off with a trowel and apply ointment?
  2. Euron Motherfucking Greyjoy
  3. Obviously in the next episode, or the one after, Arya is gonna get attacked by someone and will almost get killed, but Nymeria will come to the rescue. Also, why was she such a distant bitch to Hot Pie? Last episode, she was all warm and cheerful with Ed Lannisteeran, now she sees an old friend and treats him like he has dogshit on his face. The Grey Worm/Missandei sex scene was probably the fillerest filler in the whole show. But at least we saw the actress naked. The timing of the Dany/Varys scene was awkward, but I understand that they wanted to do it, yet couldn't find a place in S6 to squeeze it in. But they should haveiat least had Varys wait for her in Westeros instead of travelling with her then.
  4. Well he's still a bastard, only now he's a bastard in charge. Considering that he's currently fighting a war to save the world from evil, I don't think Jon is too preoccupied with whether he's actually Snow or Stark now. There are more pressing matters. Besides, it's a thing of habit I guess. He's lived 20 years as Jon Snow, I imagine it's a bit hard to just suddenly switch names. I mean, he's not transitioning genders or anything.
  5. Why is the Gendry thing a plot hole? The reason we don't see him again after the rowing scene is simply because he's not important to the plot right now, so why waste time explaining where he is and what he's doing. He's somewhere, doing something, if he's even alive.
  6. So the Hound looks into a fire for 10 seconds and already he's spewing out prophecies like a red priest?
  7. Am I the only one to eyeroll and cringe every time Lyanna Mormont speaks? I mean, my God, I'm already a bit annoyed by the constant need for witty sarcastic comebacks and punchlines in every second scene, but what is the point of this character, other than to be an Internet meme?
  8. I think it's just that there are no more book/show differences to complain about.
  9. When Roose betrayed Robb and made a deal with Tywin, he was named Warden of the North and the North was returned to the rule of the Iron Throne. After Tywin is killed, Roose makes a deal with Littlefinger and marries Ramsay and Sansa, therefore rebelling against the Iron Throne. My question is, why did he continue to bear the title of Warden and not crown himself King in the North? You could say that Roose didn't want to piss off other houses in the North even further, but Ramsay just didn't give a fuck about such things anyway, so when he killed Roose, why did he continue being Warden even though his ties to the crown were severed?
  10. Well, I retract my comment about it not making sense, but green is still not what strikes me the most when it concerns wildfire. Yeah, it's green, but that's not its primary quality, is it? I think Trial by Fire is a much cooler name, or something that alludes to the fire rather than the color. Green Trial sounds like something that happened in a forest.
  11. That's like if you called RW the White Wedding because white is the background of the Stark coat of arms.
  12. Am I the only one who finds this so unbelievably lame? I mean, I know it follows the same pattern as Red Wedding and Purple Wedding, but in those two cases it made sense to use color as the association. Everyone associates red with blood. Purple is the color of royalty, so it fit the royal wedding, not just because that was the color of Joffrey's face. But come on, the color green is definitely not what you primarily associate with wildfire. Fire, burning, pain, destruction...yet the first thing that comes to mind is green? If this was a regular explosion, would we call it the Orange Trial? To me, Green Trial sounds like High Sparrow sued Cersei because she doesn't care about the environment and the climate change. Is he also a vegan by any chance?
  13. They already have trouble adapting the novels into 10-episode seasons. That's why so many things get cut or condensed. But why not waste more time by showing needless scenes of characters travelling, right?
  14. Right before Ramsay put a knife in his dad, he revealed his plan to secure the Bolton rule over the North was to march on Castle Black and whack Jon Snow. Roose shot it down, but then Ramsay killed him and took the power for himself. So I'm baffled...why did he give up the plan? Especially since he found out Sansa was there, wouldn't that be an extra incentive to raise your men and attack? Why did he change his mind and just wait?