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  1. I completely agree. Sapochnik's episodes seem to turn out as the best in the series as of this far.
  2. That's what I got out of Dany's vision in the house of the undying during a rewatch.
  3. As for Cersei knowing part of the plot, it all depends on who her spy is, my thoughts are: I agree with the Tyrion part. Arya is said to be taking the place of:
  4. Big twist? 1. Maybe the end of the war between the WWs and humans. I cannot imagine any sort of truce with a non-speaking entity / force of nature like the NK. 2. Tyrion on the Throne? 3. Dany and "Jon" happy? 4. Actual democracy in Westeros? 5. All the dragons die and there restores the "balance" of power, so all magical entities lose their magic. WWs then head back to the land of always winter without a truce or victory? 6. The WWs actually take over the entirety of planetos-Essos...we see you over there...you're not completely safe. 7. The hound kills the mountain with fire? 8. Arya and Gendry sit the Throne?
  5. Thinking about what is left for the story. First, I think the Aejon's "Great War" will be over in the first 2 episodes. I think the war between the living and the dead will precede the war for Westeros. Once Team Targaryen defeats the dead, they will have to deal with Cersei. A few details: 1. I don't think simple Dragonglass or fire will kill the KN. Long Claw might not even do it. Somehow I think Lightbringer may have to do it. Something tells me Jorah will be the one to die, and Hearts bane might be the sword driven through his heart to creat light bringer-making Dany Azor Ahai. We haven't seen her weird any weapons save the dragons though... 2. I think LF face will be worn by Arya in order to get close to Cersei. Sansa may be involved in some sort of scheme to get them close together. IIRC Cersei wanted LF to display Sansa's head on a pike...Arya "funny little list" completed after --> 3. *Hip hop air horns x6 #Cleganebowl...get hype!!! 4. Air to air combat between Aejon & Dany v NK on UnViserion #Danceofdragonspart2 5. Jamie makes an amazing self sacrifice helping Aejon kill the NK. 6. Tyrion = endgame warden of the west and lord of Casterly Rock, he inherits jamie/cersei baby as his ward. 7. I think Dario Naharris ends up commanding the golden company, betraying cersei, and sacking KL (symmetry to Tywin Lannister sacking KL and Mad king) 8. All Direwolves present during final battle w WWs. 9. 8.01 will be a bloodbath of minor or sub-major characters: -Theon dies attempting to rescue Tara, and is successful completing his arc. -Greyworm dies defending Missandi. - Jorah dies bringing light bringer to life. -Mellisandre dies at Arya's hand on her way to KL from Winterfell w Sansa, Gendry, and the Hound. -Beric dies from some wound suffered during the fall of the wall, in castle black so we all get to see Dollerous Edd. 10. Jamie and Brianne get really close to becoming something just prior to Jamie's hero arc coming to fruition. 11. The Carstarks, Glovers, and Umbers actually do something meaningful. 12. Dr. Branhatten displays some real power in the great war and is a deciding factor against the NK. 13. Sam returns to the Citadel and becomes a "Wizard" 14. Dany and Aejon actually rule (see: LoTR) 15. They have a kid that lives to become a ruler. 16. No one cares about, or mentions Rickon. 17. Dorne is still completely irrelevant. 18. The Iron Banker will strip away a face to display Ja'ken H'gar. I can't think of any more, I'm sure I'll change my mind 904357340597203495823 times before the next season but what the hell...
  6. If you could have it your way, what would your perfect ending to this epic be?
  7. Call it professional courtesy, one zombie to another.
  8. Fantastic screen name! I didn't mean to imply that he has already had experience, just leading to it as he was apprentice to a man that knew how. It may be a book thing, not certain. I read the books a few years ago. The show doesn't elude to it other than gentry being an accomplished smith.
  9. This. So much this. I'm so tired of reading "The show is garbage" *Dave Chappell voice* HATE HATE HATE HATE I say if you hate the show, there is plenty of others on cable. I agree that this may be the best TV series ever, and the best fantasy book series ever--just keep the comparisons apart. One can imagine with their mind's eye so much more than any CGI can create.
  10. If there is someone betraying Dany, my $ is on Varys...
  11. That's a solid question. I understand that killing Tyrion would have undermined Cersei's evil double cross because it would have given Dany the green light to melt the red keep. Jamie on the other hand...
  12. I believe it's because the NK is 8,000 years old and probably out classed the new 3ER. Remember, Max Von Sydow's 3ER knew he was about to die. I believe he had the ability to see the future, so Bran might be able to do this here pretty soon.
  13. I will try to explain what I believe they are attempting to display during this episode. 1. The point to having Euron pretend to abandon Cersei is to set up the Targaryen alliance in a way the surprise can defeat overwhelmingly superior forces. Right now Cersei is outnumbered at least 5 to one. She has no *nukes AKA dragons, she has only a superior Navy. She owns the seas through Euron. With Euron displaying erratic behavior to start the meeting, it was a public display of discord and a lack of discipline amongst her force commanders, specifically, with her only critical capability. The erratic behavior is a very public display of weakness in the face of their enemies. I believe this will ultimately fail though. Something tells me Dario Naharis might be in play here. 2. The only real way they could have planned this is if they have an insider in Jon or Dany's forces. I have no idea who it is, but I'd say Varys if anyone. For all we know it could have been Littlefinger. Great thing Arya has the ability to snatch his face off and get close to one of the last people on her little list (Cersei). 3. It was necessary, but everyone in the world knew that she would lie. Sadly, Tyrion fell for her lies. I believe he actually just wanted some closure in the loss of his niece and nephew. I would LOVE to know what his and Cersei's conversation was about after the scene cut. 4. Sansa and Arya fooling LF was absolutely necessary. It's the most cathartic justice the series could have possibly served. In the north, you must pass the sentence and swing the sword. I don't know how they are about Ladies in that whole procedure, but I think they nailed this. LF was taken out by the use of his greatest strength. His voice. He was undone by it over the past 3 episodes. Oh, by the way, Bran (a stark, and the heir to Winterfell if he'd wanted it) was able to supply every bit of evidence needed. D&D just didn't have time to show how this happened. Remember the old 3ER was able to take folks back with him to points in history...Now, the viewer just has to believe that he has done that with those necessary (Yon Royce, Sansa, Arya, Lord Glover, Lyanna Mormont and any other vessel lords, or banner men to Winterfell). There was a scene that was cut showing Sansa asking Bran to help in this case. 5. Tyrion is not upset as a lover. He is upset as he believes the purpose of his life (As he stated in Season 5 multiple times) is to guide Dany to the Iron throne. With Jon / Aegon as her King / Boyfriend / paramour / whatever they plan to call it, Jon's advice would carry more weight than Tyrion's, even as her hand. He is also the uber intelligent person that understands that Dany is more than likely going to make some sort of hyper emotional idiotic sacrifice at a critical moment in battle to save Jon. Edited immediately as I forgot one of my points in part of #1.
  14. Does it have a shelf life? I mean shady finger was there for weeks!