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    [Book Spoilers] Jaime & Brienne- What's going on?

    My interpretation is that they seem to want more to happen with these two (Jaime/Brienne) yet, just not in the very near future, but in the meantime, still wavering as to the minutiae of their story, together and apart, the parabolic trajectory they might soon follow... Might be next time they meet, they'll be in a somewhat better position to hold forth. It's the rule of three, I doubt another meet-up in time will be quite divested of some form of declaration of feelings, granted that any motion submitted until then is bound to come off as strictly editorial...
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    why was Ladystoneheart cut out

    I mean, how to kill all the hype, when they settle for titles along the lines of "Mother's Mercy"? In hindsight, that was about show!Cersei, or whatever passes for their interpretation of the book character, but it was hard to tell at the time. And they're big on the resurrection theme this year, too, nothing makes sense any more...
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    why was Ladystoneheart cut out

    My bad, that was a mistake, I meant nine. But thank you! (Typing too fast, and not going over the post in its entirety.)
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    why was Ladystoneheart cut out

    Yes, that's probably the best guess I can put my mind to at present, that they might too be thinking their way around some semblance of interpretation in the broadest senses of the term. Could be vaguely idiomatic, too. (It cannot possibly be Sandor, though he's, of late, taken a turn for the worse, what else is left to do on GoT, and she'd never bother making a friend of his like, quite the opposite.) Something else I just remembered, in the preview for the episode ahead, we do get to see Brienne rowing away from Riverrun castle, and she does not strike me as particularly happy to do so. Might be she's putting the carnage that is set to come about behind her for the time being, potentially worrying her head about casualties, too. If that's the case, my interpretation is that she's sitting out episode nine, and resuming action (or lack thereof, what was about bursting forth anyway) in the finale. Which, to my notions, probably indicates that all ends are tied down to another cliffhanger (surprise, surprise), thus putting to bed the notion that GoT will be advancing book plots into new territory, hell, no, or not near enough. Also all spoilers making Jaime's whereabouts as of episode eight a bit of a mystery to decipher, I'm thinking he and Brienne might reunite again next season on. I sincerely doubt they'd even consider bringing LS into the game (hee) after passing up every opportunity they had to do so, but it's entirely possible that was their plan all along. In the final analysis, Jaime might just go back to KL once more, in which case, I'll wager Brienne is left wandering the Riverlands under her own steam, whereupon she gets scooped up and faced with a conundrum as a result, or something kicks off and there's another reunion with Jaime. Bit of a headscratcher, really...
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    why was Ladystoneheart cut out

    Isn't Arya supposed to be headed out to the Riverlands mid to end of season, too? There was a rumour, or some such thing, floating around in early September, if I recall correctly. Well, according to Graves these two are "weirdos", so there might have been a time when they'd just hug it out like old pals, because, why not...