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  1. Apparently, yes. Mind-boggling, isn't it?
  2. Agree 100%. I love book!Sansa, too. And I'll also add that I HATE that it seems to most people that you have to love Sansa or love Arya, like, these are mutually exclusive things, which is just beyond preposterous. But back to the issue at hand, yes, it's exactly as Jon tells maester Aemon when he's trying to convince him to let Sam "graduate". And the fact that Sansa has to be turned into some warrior to be seen as "worthy" is a fucking joke, as simple as that. And then we have all the not so subtle changes the writers made, "the woman is important too" turns into "girls are stupid"; "are you so craven?" becomes "you sound like a bloody woman", and now every female character becomes a Xena wannabe, and we're supposed to cheer because it's all so empowering? Fuck that.
  3. [Spoilers] Criticize Without Repercussion

    I remember the bath robe from hell in pics for s 6 too.
  4. Now, if you're up to some insane reading, look no further: http://www.polygon.com/2016/4/25/11502106/game-of-thrones-season-6-sansa The most important part of the scene, which is magnificently shot, b]is Sansa's decision to become an active figure in the battle for Winterfell.[/b] She's no longer a pawn of whoever she's married to or Littlefinger, her mother's friend who's helped her get back to her childhood home. Instead, she is a warrior and a queen, ready to command other soldiers and actively fight. What she used to mock younger sister Arya for wanting is now a role she's stepping into and learning. It's a crucial moment for one of the most developed characters on the show.
  5. Well, there was the EWwwww cover, and the interview with Mr Benioff and Mr Weiss. I don't know if it's the official tag line, but it seems this ideology is being pushed forward.
  6. I agree. And it makes me worry about the "women on top"tag line for the season.
  7. No, it's not a question anymore. Good thing most of the audience is more than happy to oblige.
  8. What about the acting? I mean, really, really very bad. Extremely bad, imo. If those scenes hadn't been so horrible in every possible aspect, they would have been funny in a sort of Clouseau-esque way.
  9. Where's that link for the westeros.org death poll? If they're giving this much attention to Ben Crompton I feel it's a safe bet that Dolorous Edd will not make it out of episode 2 alive. :/
  10. Ep 2 stills: http://comicbook.com/2016/04/27/game-of-thrones-season-6-episode-2-home-images-released/
  11. Yeah, I agree with you. There's no other [sane] way to look at it, and yet, it seems a bunch of people are. Colour me confused.
  12. Tks, @Ruhailfor the link. Soooo, ToJ ep 3 confirmed. http://i.4cdn.org/tv/1461777073131.png