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  1. What is rhetorical about Kit being a lousy Jon?
  2. Moths ate my clothes I tried to convince myself that all the little shits I saw flying didn't dare to have their meals inside my wardrobe but sadly I had to face the truth. Threw away some nice shirts and sprayed the inside of the wardrobe with moth poison. Now I'm afraid of checking the fine clothes if they're fine... or not.
  3. I finally watched the last 10 episodes I had left unwatched of The Sopranos. Excellent. I was afraid of a shitty finale, but I wasn;t disappointed. Also, I continued watching Downtown Abbey from season 2 where I had left it. Sometimes I find it dull but I can't stop watching it... This weekend I watched Atomic Blonde. Meh. I like Charlize Theron, but I think I've seen a lot of films like this, and better done. Also, these days my city is holding a Bizarre Movies Festival. I already watched a national candidate and I've been thinking on attending the screening of Hostile (2017). I'll try going, but if not I'll just try find it online.
  4. Hellooo, is there any rebel here that wants to chat with a very bored boarder?
  5. Lately I've been watching a few Spanish suspense movies: El Bar (2017), directed by Álex de la Iglesia. A group of people in a bar are suddenly trapped there after a shooting begins outside. It's mainly suspense and dark humor. I like dark humor and bizarre terror movies, so I loved it. Also it stars Blanca Suárez, who is part of the casting of Las Chicas del Cable, a Netflix original series worth watching. Contratiempo (2017). Directed by Oriol Paulo. The story begins with the main character being charged with the homicide of his lover. He and his lawyer have only a couple of hours to come up with a defense before a critical witness declares with the judge. A suspense full of twists. Paulo also directed El Cuerpo (2012), that has a similar tone to this movie. In El Cuerpo, a body goes missing from a morgue. If you like stories taking twists, you'll like both movies. My recommendation is not to watch them one soon after the other, as the director uses similar resources, and one ends up comparing them instead of just enjoying them. La playa de los ahogados (2015), directed by Gerardo Herrero. A drowned corpse appears in a beach, and soon a homicide investigation starts in a small town that nobody seems to know anything until you ask the right questions. Not very original this one, as there are better movies with a similar story, but it's not bad, just meets some obvious clichés.
  6. Leaving with them from the Wall or after the bear attack? Lol, how little I focus on extras... The main doubt is cleared though, thank you very much FireWinds.
  7. Just a question, since I haven't rewatched (nor read the whole thread): When the bear appears, is it a random wildling running back from it? Or one of our seven boys? I couldn't figure who of the seven ones it was. Shortly, some extra wildlings appeared to be walking with the group, to be killed soon after. Or is it the very same one that got eaten by the bear?
  8. As long as you draw me like one of your french girls... I'm freezing cool, right?
  9. Actress is a woman acting. Emilia Clarke is a woman acting. Yes. Why ice cream hasn't been invented in Westeros yet?
  10. Is the Count trying to frame me?
  11. poll

    Far better than the first episode. I have to admit I stood up and jumped when Jon hit Little Finger. Jon choking LF was like Ned choking him in season 1. I loved it. Liked a lot that Hot Pie made his come back <3 Now I want some Gendry. The Nymeria scene was a bit weak as how it ended, but good, not bad. The suspense when Arya started feeling cold was great. For a second I thought a white walker had made its way south the Wall. Overall, an 8.
  12. A man today approached me out of nowhere to talk about veganism. Yep, like the memes. He tried to keep conversation even after I told him I approve dog stew (which was a bitchy move from my part to shut him up), and was polite all the time. He probably had some kind of social issues, regardless of his eating habits, so I felt a bit guilty afterwards for mocking him, but I couldn't help myself in that moment...
  13. To be fair, the narrative of the episode wasn't difficult, it's just that I was slow picking up characters. And uthred is as lovable as a cardboard box, imho, so yeah, Alfred brings a lot to the story.