juanml82

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  1. The thing is, he doesn't do anything in the books either, at least until the fall of Dragonstone, which will not be happening in the show.
  2. Well, it's a bit contrived and needs plenty of characters. "Loras is gay, kill him" is far simpler.
  3. Well, you got me there, but what else is Loras going to do in the show? The war is over, they are not going to go around playing tournaments and he is the heir of Highgarden (and with Mace Tyrell to set an example). At this point, he's a rich gay playboy.
  4. I'm a book reader who thinks Book!Loras is a murderer who got away for his crimes because of his daddy. I hardly think a man who kills his sworn brothers is loyal. He was just in mourning in the books. I won't "reprimand" Show!Loras for not staying in mourning forever nor having sex without love. And besides, even in the books, Loras is no more than a summer knight. He participated in two battles only, the only one he lead, he turned into a butchery. He's a fancy, entitled, wealthy murderer.
  5. What Varys said is consistent with his previous statements. As for killing Dany, just like in the books, at that point Dany was a pawn to be sacrificed so Drogo would invade and, thus, Viserys could become king.
  6. It's OOC regarding book!Brienne, not regarding Show!Brienne
  7. Ramsay did all that to a steward's daughter. To a true Stark? How much his ego and need for validation will be stroked by such a marriage. I think Roose will have to be the one wary of Ramsay, not Sansa
  8. Yep. The prophecy gives her reasons to hate her
  9. How many roads you think there are connecting important places in a vale? The terrain is constricted because of the mountains. Brienne went to the Vale to look for Sansa because her aunt lived there. Sansa went to the Vale because her aunt lived there. They are both traveling. You won't have more than one road joining the same castles and towns because there is no room for additional roads. So of course they are going to cross each other along the way, because they can not use different roads.
  10. Like the threat of Margery possibly casting her down? Yeah, I don't predict any showdown between Margery and Cersei this season. They'll get along just fine.
  11. Do you mean good stuff like Penny, Tyrion's insanely long travelogue, a Deux-ex-pretender, the Mereenese Knot up to and including characters with unpronounceable names, Quentyn Martell, a huge amount of cartoon villain/slavers, etc, etc? Let D&D cut the fat. No HtH to strecht Sansa's storyline, no Yunkai attacking Mereen as the Sons of the Harpy are enough, no Penny, no more hidden Targaryens, etc. This season will be better than the books (as long as they include an analogue to the Manderly court scene)
  12. I hadn't watched this show thinking it was some stupid teenage drama in a post apocalyptic world. Then I've stumbled into an io9 review claiming the show had turned great, and decided to give it a go. I loved it. It has its weak spots (all the young women are beautiful, men don't grow beards no matter what, injuries can let a character bloodied for several episodes but don't leave scars, redshirts are too obvious at times), but, overall, this show is rather good. And while sci-fi typically "bend" science in favor of narrative, I don't think this show is as illogical and non-scientific as it's make to look. The way the show presents radiation isn't realistically and they should have dropped an unmanned drone with a geiger counter instead of the 100, but even dropping the 100 make sense in their perspective: first, they needed to reduce the Ark's population. Second, that meant they were probably going to float every juvenile convict once they've turned 18, which meant Clarke (aka, a councilwoman's daughter) was likely to die if her mother didn't find an alternative (they killed her husband, why would they let Clarke, who also knew the truth, free?). Third, it was an improvised effort made in as much secret as possible - it should not be thought as a perfect, long planned idea. As for Octavia's social skills, Clarke was mentioned as the one confined in solitary. Which means all the other prisoners were probably interacting with each other - Octavia was able to meet other people once she was thrown in jail. Logically, it makes sense. But how does an 18 years old girl deal with painfully killing dozens of children)?
  13. I think Loras is too dumb to bleed the Lannisters on purpose.
  14. And, on top, it cuts the main avenue of retreat for his "army", lowering the chances of a routing. Rule of cool.
  15. That's almost fan service. So to make it full fan service we need NedHead Robert Strong going berserk on the remaining Lannisters, Tyrells and anyone who wronged the Starks! :D :D :D :D