Could the 47 men of the Night's Watch have been anymore stupid? If you're going to betray Jon, why do it AFTER they let in 5,000 Wildlings. I'd love to see how those 47 jackasses (maybe not Edd) plan to deal with the Wildlings now, who also have a FREAKIN GIANT with them!
This seemed like a mercy killing for TV Stannis, who was mishandled from the beginning by D&D, who absolutely despised him. I sure hope his fate and the Battle of Winterfell turn out better than that shitfest we saw. I feel bad for Stephen Dillane, who gave it his all with the little that was thrown his way. I wish he had gotten a chance to portray BOOK Stannis.
1/10. In fairness, the last 15 minutes were good but the rest was ****ing awful. D&D's character assassination of Stannis is complete. The Dorne storyline has been a track wreck. Please explain to me how it's better than Jaime's Riverlands storyline...
It would be funny after that dramatic display at the end if the Night's King then dropped his arms and said "Well, that's a wrap for the season, folks! It's too fucking cold and I'm too tired to be hauling my ass up to the Wall anytime soon."
I was so-so on this episode but I thought it finished very strong. First, Tyrion FINALLY meeting Dany, something that should have happened in the books aleady. Second, the performance of Jonathan Pryce, who absolutely killed it as the High Sparrow.
I'll go 8, as it took a while for this episode to find it's footing and I wasn't a fan of some of the storylines.
One of the worst things about this is that Sansa is once again occupying the role she's been in for the last four season. Victim. Since her arrival in Winterfell, she hasn't utilized anything that she's learned. All she's learned has been wiped away so that the show can have her play victim again.