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    [Book Spoilers] EP508 Discussion

    Also did anyone else think for a nanosecond that legolas has walked out of the fire when it was the white walker?!
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    [Book Spoilers] EP508 Discussion

    Do we all think olly will be the books bowen marsh and stab jon? He seems to resent jon befriending the wildings for obvious reasons
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    [Book Spoilers] EP506 Discussion v. 2

    I think that sansa's rape scene shouldn't be thought about as 'ruining' sansa's arc, because I think the event is much more important in theons and ramsey's arc. I think the abuse jeyne is subjected to tells the reader alot more about ramsey and its these events that really trigger theon to become more daring, he realises that death is what he really wants and that nothing else really matters so he saves jeyne because he no longer fears the consquences as much. This is a really big realisation for theon and I think will really have an impact on the story to come, so because the show didn't have jeyne to to use they had to use sansa and a rape scene maximises the drama and the trigger for theon. I also think sansa will learn from this, she will be more likely to forgive and care for theon (she might even learn that her borthers are alive) now she knows what ramsey is really like and sansa will also 'toughen' up slightly she was already developing a more cynical outlook especially on people she didn't know but now she will be even more cynical and be more aware of the harsh realities of the boltons/westeros. This is not a setback of her arc but an event to push her on to reclaim the north back to the starks.
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