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  1. I actually did stop watching after 6x05 when Hodor and Summer both died. That really shook me, and I stopped watching because I didn't want to learn anything else that devastating from the show, I wanted to wait until TWOW came out, to find out things like that from Martin, not from the show. It only lasted for 3 weeks, though - then I caved and caught up on my watching before 6x09 aired.
  2. Although I originally rated it a 7, I think a good bit of that was because Shireen's sacrifice simply cast a hell of a black cloud over everything else that happened, even Daznak's Pit. Such clashing juxtaposition, it was hard to be excited about Drogon appearance while the cries of one of the sweetest, most generous and kind hearted little girl's screams were still echoing in my mind. The next time I watched it (FF through the Shireen scene), I thought that I would have rated it an 8 if I'd just waited. Next day I watched the Daznak Pit sequence by itself and that time, it brought tears to my eyes. I thought Dorne was really pretty good (unlike any previous episodes), and I'm anxious to see what dynamics the presence of Trystane and Marcella create in KL. Can't wait to see Cerise's reaction when she encounters still one more thing she can't control. Would rather they have waited on The Wall until the final episode, rather than just showing such a brief couple of seconds about it. Really glad to see Arya out and about again, also am totally sure that she doesn't have Kindly Man/Jaqen fooled one bit. Anxious to see her reunited with Needle next week.
  3. Yeah - even after all this time, Ser Aliser is somewhat of a mystery to me. After he finally admitted during the battle on the wall that Jon was right and they should have frozen the tunnel, after Jon has acknowledged that he's a great swordsman, after Jon gave him second in command . . . he still hates Jon. I think he'll obviously be the one to deliver the first thrust.
  4. Yeah - even after all this time, Ser Aliser is somewhat of a mystery to me. After he finally admitted during the battle on the wall that Jon was right and they should have frozen the tunnel, after Jon has acknowledged that he's a great swordsman, after Jon gave him second in command . . . he still hates Jon. I think he'll obviously be the one to deliver the first thrust.
  5. Best episode of the entire tv series! So glad to get Wun Wun, The NK was . . . holy shit! Powerful, amazing episode, defies description.
  6. I have a feeling that Olly isn't going to turn against Jon now.
  7. I have a feeling that Olly isn't going to turn against Jon now.
  8. I gave it a 3, the first time I've rated a show under a 7 in 5 years (well, maybe one 6). The fight scene in Dorne was just embarrassing. Myrcella's dress was falling off her - she looked like a little girl playing dress up in her big sister's clothes. The Godswood looked beautiful, as did Sansa. But the rest of it (except Alfie's acting which was, once again, stunning) was just horrible. How's the avenging your family going, Sansa? I feel mean, tearing up the episode like this, but honestly, I just thought it was beyond God-awful.
  9. Almost forgot . . . did we really hear LF tell Cersei (in preview for next week), "I live to serve." :lmao:
  10. Almost forgot . . . did we really hear LF tell Cersei (in preview for next week), "I live to serve." :lmao:
  11. Wish we still had the 'like' buttons to click. Love your sense of humor, and agree. I gave it a clear 10, I guess one of the few people who did, but I thought it perhaps the best episode for all of Season 4 and Season 5 this far. Loved the Bolton dinner scene, especially Fat Walda's expressions. I think she's my new favorite person. I continue to be in awe of Allen Alfie's acting. Thought Valyria was sort of magical in it's spookiness. Would love to see what it was like in its day. Tyrion was in top shape this episode. "Long, sullen silences. An occasional punch in the face. The Mormont way." Loved all the Wall scenes, especially Jon's with Maester Aemon, Sam's with Stannis, and Stannis's "Fewer" at the Night's watch meeting. Not to be forgotten: Selyse, probably one of the scariest moms ever, telling Davos to get away from Shireen because he's scaring her with talk of a battle.
  12. Wish we still had the 'like' buttons to click. Love your sense of humor, and agree. I gave it a clear 10, I guess one of the few people who did, but I thought it perhaps the best episode for all of Season 4 and Season 5 this far. Loved the Bolton dinner scene, especially Fat Walda's expressions. I think she's my new favorite person. I continue to be in awe of Allen Alfie's acting. Thought Valyria was sort of magical in it's spookiness. Would love to see what it was like in its day. Tyrion was in top shape this episode. "Long, sullen silences. An occasional punch in the face. The Mormont way." Loved all the Wall scenes, especially Jon's with Maester Aemon, Sam's with Stannis, and Stannis's "Fewer" at the Night's watch meeting. Not to be forgotten: Selyse, probably one of the scariest moms ever, telling Davos to get away from Shireen because he's scaring her with talk of a battle.
  13. I actually loved that little piece of humor thrown in there! Was not a Stannis fan in the books, but I'm really loving TV Stannis.
  14. I actually loved that little piece of humor thrown in there! Was not a Stannis fan in the books, but I'm really loving TV Stannis.
  15. I agree! Plus, she's foolish enough to go into the dog kennels? Where's her intuitive fear? Or did she just miss out on that? Maybe not Catelyn's daughter, after all.