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  1. I couldn't agree more. Let's all be a tad more patient and see what the full story is. Or at least a little more than what we just got last night.
  2. β€œAt some points, when [Game of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss] and I had discussions about what way we should go in, I would always favor sticking with the books, while they would favor making changes,” he said. β€œI think one of the biggest ones would probably be when they made the decision not to bring Catelyn Stark back as Lady Stoneheart. That was probably the first major diversion of the show from the books and, you know, I argued against that, and David and Dan made that decision.” I wish they had brought her into the show because she's ruthless as shit in the books and anyone getting revenge on the Red Wedding is something I want to see on screen too. I just think it's a bit late at this point because she was supposed to be resurrected by Beric not long after the RW. Wasn't it like 3 days later?
  3. I saw an article on this too online so I watched it. I saw the figure walk by too but I don't think it's her. Isn't it way too late to be introducing LSH? It is the one huge show difference that GRRM wasn't happy about, that they wrote her story out, so I doubt it. Even if they were trying to keep us in suspense and he lied, the story has moved so far past from the Red Wedding at this point.
  4. What purple eyes? Tyrion has one black eye and one green eye (in the books).
  5. They seem to be doing a lot of reunions this season, Bran and Sam have met before so I wouldn't be too surprised if Sam is the one who learns something at the Citadel that explains or confirms the existence of the Three Eyed Raven and the connection to Bran Stark. Who knows?
  6. Yes, yes he would So would J'aqen. She is a total badass.
  7. absolutely!
  8. I think you're thinking of the books.
  9. Interesting....maybe that's what Patchface is always talking about..I know. I know.
  10. I think it's just to convey the tone of the season. Winter is here. Cersei should be in black because she's supposed to be in mourning over her last child dying (although she doesn't seem to give a shit because he "betrayed" her). Olenna is in black because of her mourning. Jaime isn't in the Kingsguard anymore so he doesn't need to wear the white and gold colors anymore, and he's pretty depressed looking to me (all his family are dead as well save for Mad Queen Cersei). Dany's family colors are black and red so her outfit is appropriate since it's the first time we see her wearing them and the first time she's been back home. As for everyone in the North, they know it's winter and shit is hitting the fan. Plus, the North is known to be a grim place so black is normal. I agree with you that is seems washed out, but I know the GOT crew take everything into account (especially costume). I read an article just dedicated to the different animals that were displayed in Sansa's costume through the character's progression (dragonflys, hummingbirds, etc.) and what they meant. So, it's definitely for a reason.
  11. Right, but he could've meant Riverrun's cell. Not at the Twins. That's what I mean, we haven't seen or heard anything that conveys he's back at the Twins since Jaime "saved the day" for the Frey's and gave them back control of Riverrun.
  12. Something I haven't figured out either: why J'aqen gave her that smile when she delivered the infamous "I am Arya Stark of Winterfell" line. Maybe it'll help to see who is/was on her kill list and if they should be dead according to the FM? 1) Joffrey - (dead) 2) Cersei 3) Walder Frey - (dead thanks to Arya) 4) Meryn Trant - (dead thanks to Arya) 5) Tywin - (dead) 6) Melisandre/Red Woman 7) Beric Dondarrion - (dead 6x over) 8) Thoros 9) Illyn Payne - (dead in real life, written out of show) 10) The Mountain - (dead but not?) 11) The Hound - (removed from her list) Aside from the ones that are already dead, I can only see Cersei and the Mountain deserving of death. The Hound is going through his redemption arc this season. Beric and Thoros are still out there doing what Ned ordered them to do, she was just mad at them and Melisandre for taking Gendry. I don't know if the MFG would seek justice for that. The Mountain is a piece of shit who should die but he's like an undead zombie thing anyway. I really can't figure out why the House of Black & White would train her and let her go.
  13. When we last see Edmure, he's at Riverrun; not the Twins.
  14. I agree with the others, I don't think he was just circumcised. They mention it in the books that it's root and stem. And for the sex scene.... I have a side question about this...if they were castrated at the age of 5 as the show says when they start training and get cut, (mind you, I don't know enough about science and medicine) but how are they so strong and ripped? Does that cut off their testosterone source? For example: Tyrion and Varys having a conversation in Meereen where Tyrion tells Varys "spoken like a man whose never had to shave." He's obviously saying this because he's a eunuch and castrated before puberty. Maybe I'm missing something.
  15. Hahahaha!! My first look at the pic was a flashback to Tommen and his infamous "fuck this life" jump.