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  1. I think Tyrion is definitely re-evaluating his life choices lol. He, of all people, understands that love and politics do not mix. As Aemon once said, love is the death of duty. He and Varys have already struggled bringing Daenery's to heel this season, and an intimate relationship with Jon could easily hinder her abilities to lead a successful campaign against Cercei and the dead.
  2. This. It's not even the incest that irks me anymore.
  3. Same could be said about Danaery's. Good at conquering, not so good at ruling. HA. Omg, this is kinda true.
  4. I can see Sansa really despising Daenerys (for many reasons), but she'll despise Jon even more for relinquishing the Northern sovereignty to a Targaryen. I'm not sure with Arya, to be honest. I can see her admiring Danaery's, but not necessarily liking her just because Jon does. It will take time for her to warm to her, if the time is given. Which I doubt it will be.
  5. Oh Jon, Jon, Jon... I don't know why I'm surprised he ended up bending the knee to Daenerys. I always knew they'd end up on the same team, but I didn't think he'd relinquish the North at a point where he had no reason to relinquish it. Daenerys saw the army of the dead herself, and lost Viserion as a result. There was no doubt she'd be on board to protect Westeros from invasion, especially if she wants the loyalty of the people and remaining houses. But then again, Jon never wanted to be King, so he got what he wanted in a way, and some sex as a bonus. I just can't see this ending well for either of them now, and I think Westeros will suffer for it.
  6. I would laugh so hard...
  7. Ugh...I don't even know where to begin...
  8. The criticism concerning Sansa has nothing to do with the trap. Jon himself admitted a trap was 'obvious'. Knowing or not, he would have gone after Rickon regardless. It's more a matter of why she didn't tell him that she had reached out to the Vale. Her motivations are questionable, because as a consequence she sent Jon and his army to slaughter. Which puts her in a great position if she wants to inherit Winterfell without a chance of Jon opposing her.
  9. If Lady Mormont does find out, I would love it if she called her Sandra Bolton for the rest of her life. Ha!
  10. No one knows the specifics of her marriages, and no one really cares, as Sansa found out this season. Sigh, the curse of being a woman in Westeros.
  11. I agree, it's more a matter of whose arses are saved, which doesn't just limit the debt to Sansa alone, but also to Jon, his army, Winterfell, and The North.
  12. Yeah, it's unclear whether she knew or not, but there are a couple of things that makes me believe she did. 1. She sent the message in episode 7. If people can teleport around from one side of Westeros to the other within the span of an episode, it seems like more than enough time for a few ravens to have passed between them in two. 2. During the parlay she seemed very confident that Ramsey would die 'tomorrow', even though she made it clear Jon didn't have enough men on several occasions. 3. Little Finger arrived with Sansa at his side. Sansa would have stayed at camp while the battle was raging, not strolling around the country side at the risk of being caught. And Little Finger arrived from a completely different direction. Meaning, Sansa received notice where to meet him. This could all mean nothing, of course, but they were just little things that brought me to that conclusion. Whether she was wrong or not will come down to how she explains her actions, and the motivations behind them.
  13. There might be a slight hiccup concerning Sansa as the Lady of Winterfell. She's technically a Bolton, she no longer has the Stark name, which certain characters pointed out in previous episodes. I don't think the line of succession means much anymore, considering the only options are a woman, a bastard, and a cripple who can't sire any heirs. It could come down to the Lords and Ladies of The North deciding who they want to follow and, unfortunately for Sansa, she's not a particularly inspiring leader. They very well may back Jon. He was able to inspire men who had no reason to fight for him, to fight and die for him. It felt like LF made it clear that he wanted Sansa to be in the position of power, so Jon ruling Winterfell may put a wrench in his plans. I have no doubt LF will want to get closer to Jon, but as always, for his own means.
  14. I don't think he wanted him dead (although that would be convenient), but definitely not in power. In 605 he says to Sansa "a time may come when you need an army loyal to you," she say's she has an army, and LF accentuates the fact that they're not her army, but "Your brother's army...half-brother." LF wants Sansa in a position of power over Jon for some reason, and I think it's safe to assume for his own means. I guess we'll find out next week what that is. (Can't wait!)
  15. I wouldn't call that good advice at all. She gave him nothing he could work with. And once again, she didn't tell him about reaching out to the Vale, where she could have convinced him to hold off marching for an hour or two. And when she did arrive Jon and his army were pretty much wiped out. Also, that look she had on her face when she saw Jon alive and heading after Ramsey (Jon, Gimli, and Legolas being the focal point of the shot). She didn't look happy. This could all be nothing, of course, we'll have to wait until next week. I can definitely see how Sansa may want him out of the way though.