Le Cygne

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  1. Well I doubt book Jon is dumb enough to try to convince Cersei to play nice.
  2. Arya, Sansa, and Bran talking about Rickon was a great opportunity to show characterization for all three, too. How did they all feel about this, after all their experiences? This could have been something to show that even though they'd been through hell, they snap out of their funks when it comes to uniting in this moment of mourning. A glimmer of hope, maybe one day they can all find some peace and be normal again. It was a lost opportunity not having them do this very human thing of mourning their brother together.
  3. Yeah, they don't bookend things, like they made Davos gripe about the money, then grabbing it back could have been darkly humorous, he could have said something pithy as he scooped it back into his bag. It's a little thing, but when there are tons of little missed opportunities, it just comes off sloppy. And the characters don't seem real. Like scads of people have said, why didn't Arya and Sansa and Bran talk about Rickon. There are things a human being does, even though they may seem small, and when they are missing, really stand out. Davos could have even hesitated and thought, well, no time to get the money. But he's complaining about it, then he forgets it.
  4. Oh that's another thing, they killed the guards then didn't take the gold back. Would have take less than a minute.
  5. I tried to see if Gilly's baby had ever grown larger, but the scene was too dark to see.
  6. Also he could get people to go with him (or maybe he could rethink the whole wight for Cersei thing).
  7. Randyll Tarly seemed mighty worried about the priceless Valyrian steel sword Sam stole.
  8. Same here. He's too cool for school.
  9. Yeah, everything is basically suspending logic to justify the wight hunt. A wight for Cersei. Let's not use the dragon and end it all now, let's get her to play nice, says Tyrion. That's the most bizarre part of it all. They have everyone behaving so bizarrely, it's like do we just expect this from now on? (It's like Alice in Wonderland or something. They went down the rabbit hole after season 4. Some of them before that.)
  10. The show has been inconsistent for a long time...
  11. I love that he called Cersei "Darth Vader"!
  12. NCW trying to spin things, bless his heart: And on top of that, there's that little tiny moment where he thinks, "Is this possible? Could I be allowed to be the father?" Because he's never really been allowed to be a father. He had that moment with Myrcella, the briefest of moments of feeling open about it, and now she's telling him that it won't be a secret. And so he's happy for maybe a millisecond before she goes ahead and ruins it by saying, "And don't ever betray me again." Suddenly, he's like, "Oh, that's right. It's Darth Vader. I forgot that I've been fucking Darth Vader." http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/game-thrones-nikolaj-coster-waldau-jaimes-emotional-news-1029300 I'll just put aside that the story makes no sense and enjoy that he called Cersei Darth Vader.
  13. Wait, I think it already is, they are hinting that Tyrion wants in on the Dany Dating Game, too.
  14. Yeah, everything you said, but especially this. The whole season is contrived around the nonsense that she'd squander her advantage for no reason.
  15. In the outside the episode they lampshaded the rowing. For three seasons he has been wanting to leave KL.