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  1. No one mentions it because it's a false rumor. Kit and Emilia have never dated, at least according to themselves, and why would they lie about something like that? They are very good friends however.
  2. Two families, technically.
  3. It just felt that way, what with the "I tempted you"-speech from Lancel. And Robert was dead as well when she slept with Lancel back in S2.
  4. He owns a castle. Unlike Walder Frey, he has no standing army loyal to him. LF had no real power over the Riverlands, that power belong to the Lannisters and the Freys.
  5. If you're gonna bring up social stigma, then it's worth considering that cousins and aunts/nephews aren't considered incest in Westeros (nor many modern countries today), only sexual relations between siblings and parents/children is. Which makes the High Sparrows arrest of Cersei in S5 all the more strange. She was accused of sleeping with Lancel, her cousin, but surely if the faith considered cousins to be incest and hence "immoral/illegal", then it wouldn't be so accepted and widespread throughout Westeros as it already is?
  6. "I had a pact with Tywin Lannister, and Tywin Lannister is dead. The remaining Lannisters are a thousand miles away, dealing with that fact. They've never once, in the history of the Seven Kingdoms, sent their army this far North. If you think they will for us, you're a fool. We've become a Great House, by entering into alliance with other Houses and parlaying those alliances into greater power. The best way to forge a lasting alliance, isn't by peeling a man's skin off. The best way is marriage. Now that you're a Bolton by Royal decree, it's high time you married a suitable bride. And as it happens, I've found the perfect girl to solidify our hold on the North." - Roose Bolton, S5E3. Roose wasn't afraid of Tommen (or Cersei) so he didn't care what the Lannisters would think. If Tywin was still alive in S5, then it would've been a different story altogether.
  7. Wut?
  8. Perhaps she's refering to Young Griff who's clearly not the real Aegon? (If he was he wouldn't had been cut from the TV-show)
  9. It seems by 7x07 that Jamie is on his own, but historically most (or at least, many) armies loyalties lie with their commanders and not the king/president, etc. He might rally his army somewhere but I doubt it. There's really no reason for the Lannister-army to be loyal to Cersei over Jamie at this stage as you say, especially given that this is a male-dominant society, but I bet come S8 the Lannister-army will be fully dedicated to Cersie becase Lena Headey™
  10. Or the wrong kind of music. Nothing makes a horror/intense scene scarier/more intense than some happy music. Just imagine the Field of Fire in S7E4 or the Wightraid in S7E6 with the Benny Hill Theme in the background instead.
  11. You're making stuff up... There is nothing in the show that hints or confirms that dead bodies north of the wall automatically turn into wights. There is nothing in the show that hints or confirms that people who get killed by wights automatically turn into wights. There is nothing in the show that hints or confirms that there's some sort of "vinter-virus" that's infecting dead tissue. No NK no WW's. No WW's no Wights.
  12. It's probably quite limited. He had to physically touch Viserion before he could turn him, and we've only ever seen him (or other WW's) raise bodies who where in close proximity. I'd be surprised if he could raise corpses who are further than a few hundred meters away. That's because there are WW's at the wall on occasion. We saw a WW and wights close to the wall already in S1E1 and we know WW's were close to Crasters Keep in order to take his newborn sons. Where there are WW's, it's safe to assume that there are also wights. Wights aren't vampires or classic zombies who infect/turn those they kill/bite. Nothing in the show leads us to believe that people who are killed by wights automatically turn into wights themselves. This is simple classic necromancy; wights kill people, and then the NK/WW's raise said dead people. The NK clearly raised the dead himself after the battle at Hardhome. If the corpses (who where all killed by either wights or WW's) would turn into wights automatically, then there would be no need for him to actually raise them himself.
  13. He'd be about 6-7 years old in S8. But he's not alive though. I never understood or believed in that theory. When and how would MMD have time to spirit Rhaego away and how would she do it without anyone in the remaining khalasaar (or Jorah) noticing? And why would MMD return to Daenerys if she successfully hid Rhaego somewhere, why not just hide with him?
  14. I said Bran might warg into Viserion, not Rhaegal.
  15. I think it's a red herring, but the three heads could also be a metaphor for those who will save the realm from eternal winter. The Dragon ("fire made flesh", antithesis to the NK's ice) has 3 heads as in 3 champions who together will bring down the NK; Jon, Daenerys and Bran. Does this mean that they will also all three actually ride dragons? Possibly (Jon might ride Rhaegal and Bran might warg Viserion) but I doubt it. I was never that convinced that Jon will actually ride Rhaegal in the first place and I still ain't. I can understand that people want it to happen (I do too to some extent) but I don't think it will actually happen. Rhaegal doesn't actually need a rider in order to wreak havoc upon the AotD, but Jon's excellent swordsmanship and leadership is more needed on the ground and would go to waste if he rode Rhaegal.