Alia of the knife

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  1. Vikings X: Halfway Through the Madness

    So, Ivar is a Fremen. Anyway, at least it seems like there is a chance it might get back on track.......
  2. Vikings IX: The Bear Necessities [SPOILERS]

    I have never watched so much and been so lost. Where to begin, okay, so the first thing that stuck out to me was the slaughter of the French family. I think this might be the first time in the series that I've seen this level of sick. That didn't seem so much as "Viking" warrior as Hannibal Lector. And now we have Aslaug. What the hell happened to Aslaug and what is going on with the Dugger kids? And Siggy was Bjorns daughter right?(I can't even remember), but why is she dead? That can't end well when Bjorn finds out. So now that Magic Mike has left, Aslaug is all to pieces? She was astral sexing Floki and now she is wandering the streets? She has NO power as Queen? Instead of turning into a drunk, she can't gather up some of the men who can't be happy with the guy, and who would be more than happy to spread eagle his balls? Snake-in-the-eye seems the only one that hasn't gone insane and seems ready to clean house. I think he loved Siggy. What happened to Helga again? I swear I watched it. And now Athelwulf likes his son? Whoops, not his son, but I guess they bonded on the road trip? The only thing that is remotely consistent is that Rollo did keep it together, kept his word and became the great-great-great-grandfather of William the Conqueror.
  3. Vikings IX: The Bear Necessities [SPOILERS]

    They did say mid season finale right? There is more?
  4. Vikings IX: The Bear Necessities [SPOILERS]

    On occasion, you can have a sip, but you can NEVER play tug-O-war, lol.
  5. Vikings IX: The Bear Necessities [SPOILERS]

    Why is Lagertha pulling that rope in her condition? Geeeeeezzzz
  6. Vikings IX: The Bear Necessities [SPOILERS]

    One of the better episodes as most of the annoying characters and plot holes were killed off.
  7. Board Issues 4

    If I have deleted a PM by accident, is there a way to retrieve it?
  8. The Walking Dead Season 6 [Comic Spoilers]

    I don't think it's a female. Negan seems somewhat squeamish about overt, brutal violence to females, and while the "taking it like a champ" could have something to do with a female, I still think it's a male and I think it is Glen. The reasons why I think it's Glen and not Daryl, is that I think a long-running, hostile dynamic is being set up between Dwight and Daryl. Also, a lot has been made of Maggie's becoming a leader, and unfortunately, she can't really, fully do that as long as Glen is in the picture. It's kind of like how Ned Stark had to die for his children to walk the path they had to walk. But yeah, and while I'm one that thought Gimple did bring a lot to the table, this stunt pissed me off, because now, I feel I'm being toyed with, or manipulated as a fan. This was not the time for a "cliff hanger."
  9. The Walking Dead Season 6 [Comic Spoilers]

    Kingdom.
  10. Vikings IX: The Bear Necessities [SPOILERS]

    In all seriousness, I'm lost now. In real history, Rollo did keep his word to the emperor, and defend Paris, but it was for his ambition. And is Harbard a Viking Rasputin, or are We led to believe he is Loki making mischief ? Finally, two people I didn't need to see having metaphysical sex was Aslaug and Floki.
  11. Vikings IX: The Bear Necessities [SPOILERS]

    WTF!? I swear it feels like a flashback to my Baltimore, "Hammerjacks" days.
  12. Vikings IX: The Bear Necessities [SPOILERS]

    No, I'll continue with them, just trying to figure it out.
  13. The Walking Dead Season 6 [Comic Spoilers]

    Glenn....
  14. Vikings IX: The Bear Necessities [SPOILERS]

    Well, I guess the only thing I have now is "Game of Thrones" and "Walking Dead." I will admit that "Strain" is my unabashedly guilty sin. It IS bad TV, and seems to accept it's own fate. So was "Defiance," and alas it didn't make it. I forgot "Bates Motel" was on. "Grimm" and "Sleepy Hollow?" Those too went from solid lore to soap operas. I still had "Vikings." But wait, I DON'T have "Vikings" anymore. It's been turned into "Fifty Shades of Ragnar." I now can't wait for him to die, and Floki too. And Kevin Durand who is ALSO on "Strain," and keeps coming back as Harbard didn't want to be Nagen. I'm going to go drink now.
  15. R+L=J v.160

    Is there anything to support the notion, that when "true dragons" are born, (Dany, Jon, Rhaegar, etc), that their initial forms are, (ahem), unusual, and to the non-Targaryen eye, might appear deformed? I know that Rhaego died, as well Princess Rhaenrya daughter, so may have been "deformed," but my husband suggested that perhaps at birth, these offspring actually look like the dragons they are, and it's why the birth kills the mother.