Mulled Wino

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  1. I'm gone with you, unreal that 30% gave it a 10. Has to be HBO plants
  2. 6. I really can't get over the plot holes and utterly unimaginable actions that the characters (especially at the wall) that are force fed the audience. Jamie and Tyrion was an odd scene that did nothing for me.
  3. Gave it a 7, much better start than last season. there's one character I can't wait to get rid of though
  4. where does it say in the books that barristan never ever drinks?
  5. Im going 8, but I want to give it 7.5. The taking of Yunkai was really really really bad. Wtf was that, 3 dudes take down the effn city? I continue to be disappointed by the lack of urgency in the Sam scenes. What happened to all those birds? I was underwhelmed by the RW as well. It was a good tv scene, which is why I still went with an 8 but it could have been so much better imo. I didnt particulary love book Robb, but I felt for him. Tv Robb, I really couldnt have cared less about Now the other Stark kids did it for me in a big way. Huge. Arya and The Hound, Bran and Rickon were great. A few nitpicks there and with Jon but the scenes made for fantastic tv.
  6. ive read that thread and Arya has traits of Cat over Ned, LyAnna over Cat stc. She's her own character. Arya is a survivor over anything and everything. That is not Cat. Arya and duty and honor? I dont fucking think so. Family yes.
  7. Not about the show but why do we have the exact same topics all week, it seems. There's been no new topics for over a day now, just the same ones rehashing.
  8. Are you an HBO plant? You're planning on giving a 10 in the last 2 episodes? Such an odd sentence.
  9. 10 for naked emilia. Would have been an 8.5, my highest grade for the season. No robb, jon and cat scenes does wonders for their ratings. The only thing left I hate is the stannis arc/story and Tyrion. But I hate book Tyrion anyway so I dont count that against the show.
  10. btw, when jamie's hand gets cut off and he's miserable, he never one thinks about his kids when he decides to live. He does it for cersei, tyrion, and his enemies. If he gave a crap about his kids, that would he the time to express it.
  11. Lol, very true. She should have lit up a smoke and poured some wine.
  12. well, we know because we have both pov's. Excuse the bluntness please. I have a bit of a problem with that! there was something about joff being a squirt in cersei's cunt (paraphrase)
  13. He never says he wanted to love them, but he does say he didn't care about them. That goes against direct quotes, but ok, feel free to ignore the text,.
  14. Jamie didn't give a rats ass about his children, he was trying to cover up his relationship WITH HIS sister. don't put thoughts in his head he didn't have. he also didn't give a damn that he tried to kill a kid because he was sneaking around. he couldn't care less. That=sociopath. which was ridiculously reckless and sabotaged his father's plan. i don't recall Cat or any starks killing any lannisters beforehand. so its not tit for tat as you suggest very true. in the show he killed one for an escape, book, in battle, no problem there really. yes and no. he brings quite a bit of trouble to his family by banging his sister. i disagree. they are leaving out plenty, especially that he doesn't give a damn about his kids...