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  1. A new video I've found here: he keeps asking question
  2. Oh RR a bird with 3 eyes, this conversation has so many potential, thank you..... "You will never walk again but you will fly (high)" so many threads to understand the meaning, but the italians already knew.
  3. Poor Nik! What's wrong with that umbrella guy??
  4. What waste of time? same scene, different reactions. I know they are probably afraid, but more ambiguous scenes we get, more wrong interpretations of the plot we'll have. I don't think it is matter of plot but character's inner coherence. You were right in your first post.
  5. Sure, if they would have shown us people afraid and unsure. Like it was in the last scene of 6x10. But now I haven't see anything similar, I've seen quite the opposite.
  6. It makes no sense. Even if nobody questioned her, people should be scared. I've found interesting her scene with the iron bank. She said the sept was a tragic accident, so the official version is "accident" and they haven't questioned it for fear. I haven't seen anyone scared.
  7. That. Character's coherence is what bothers me the most. In particular in Winterfell and King's Landing, even if not only there. I find most of them OoC. I surely would add to your list Jaime, and maybe sansa too. I really don't understand anymore what characters think, and it's a first time for me. Probably part of the problem is the rhythm (everything condensed), but it's not just that. If it's true that NCW kept asking questions about his part of scripts, well, he was right. I don't want to rant about the show, I'm just really trying to understand it. Can we try? Yes, everything it's a bit too hasty, some scenes seem disconnected. Grey worm/Missandei scene could have been a good scene, but it was a weird moment, out of nowhere.
  8. I didn't know that sonetto. Thanks. Great metaphor, Ice and Fire! Petrarca uses it to describe his emotions, so strong that feels like a contrast. Who does in Asoiaf feel that way? I think Arya is one of the most loved character because of her inner identity conflict: who am I? Am I what my family wanted for me? Does my family reflect who I am? Am I autonomous or dipendent? Can I live without bonds? Can I live without an identity, without my past? and so on ... These are questions everyone ask to him/herself. And the wood, the travel, the different roads to take, are perfect icons of this inner fight. I love all the authors that use these symbolisms.
  9. Great answers Gwen, really. I'm enjoying the interviwes this season. I still have hope because of these. LoL
  10. Yeah I really didin't like the map scene, I can't understand what D&D are doing with Jaime, and why. I loved Euron though. And then he said "In my experience, the surest way to a woman's heart is with a gift. A priceless gift." LoL, So true. Maybe more than one?
  11. it is about tyrion
  12. More more more hype&more fun, good job Gwen and Nik!
  13. Love them!
  14. Absolutely, from now on she will do everything to escape her destiny. Her raison d'être, yes. What is not clear is if Maggy was referring to the present or the future, when she said "all that you hold dear." Because it changes a lot during time. yes that's true!I totally agree.