Mad Queen

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  1. It kind of makes you think when people easily believe an explanation like "My own brothers murdered me because I let the wildlings in, but then I resurrected and it's all good now. I'm not really a deserter, you see." Doesn't it?
  2. Jon is the Lord Commander who let the wildlings in, he was even murdered for it as a traitor. I'm pretty sure that alone would have made him very unpopular among the Northerners. I don't even understand how Jon managed to convince people to fight beside the wildlings.
  3. It makes zero sense to me that even the Northmen would want as King in the North some Stark bastard they barely knew with no legitimate claim to anything. They should all be trying to marry Sansa and become the next Lord of Winterfell. Why Jon? He lost the battle, Davos was the real commander. All Jon did was a stupid suicide run toward Ramsay. I don't think that impressed anyone. Unless Sansa chooses to support him, Jon has just become such a traitorous bastard, literally. I don't think Jon would do that to his sister (not to mention Bran, who is the true Lord of Winterfell). It seems like bad writing to me.
  4. I usually vote 7 or 8 and this one is a 7, which means it's one of the usual enjoyable GoT episodes.
  5. Book Joffrey would never do that. It would be like Joffrey admitting to himself that he isn't Robert's son, or is there any other reason to order the killing of Robert's bastards?
  6. Statistics pet peeve, sorry. :) The episode gets a 7 from me. It was your average GoT episode and I agree with most negative comments in this thread. One of my own: the conversation between Robb and Jaime was utterly useless. Why would Robb go and talk to his prisoner about his plans if said prisoner has no role to play in them? Scene added to give Jaime the required screen time, no doubt about it. Unless the point was to show what a beast Grey Wind has become.
  7. 9, it was the best one yet. Ned's execution scene was just as good as I had imagined, Aemon's speech too, and Shae seems very promising. She may turn out to be a more interesting character than she was in the books.
  8. 7 because of all the Jon/Sam/Wall goodness, the well-done scene at the inn and most Dany scenes, but everything else, especially the expository dialogue, could have been better. Thumbs up for Gendry too.
  9. has no idea what this is for.

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