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  1. Substitute "subjective opinion of mine" every place where you say "truth" or "fact" above and you'll be a bit closer to the mark. The very concept of a "forum" implies discussion of opinion, laughable that anyone believes themselves to be in personal ownership of the "truth"
  2. 10/10, Its rare to be able to sit down to an hours entertainment like this. And i have a deep appreciation for the writers commitment to bring this story to a conclusion.
  3. another solid set up episode.Liked pretty much all the scenes this week. The pacing of the plot this season has varied as much as any season i can remember. Not a bad thing as such, especially as we can see all the plots building to massive denouements in the final 3 episodes.
  4. well the only people who know Sam stole [as opposed to being given) it are his immediate family. How many will know the other thing if RT has to go off galloping with a bunch of his men to oldtown on a sword hunt?
  5. Does it? Does Randyll Tarly desire the reputation as someone who had to go chasing after his eldest son to get his sword back?
  6. Lot of good stuff in here. However the approach they took of having Sam regress, but then ultimately find the cojones to give a big parting FU to his father also rang true to me.
  7. sounds like a hell of a chapter. I hope there are plenty more like it.
  8. i wonder this myself sometimes. He's alive in the books because Plot Device. In the show, as i said in my post, i think they are supposed to function as the Shire of this saga- what's worth saving in this world?? Just my thought
  9. looking at the distribution of votes after 330. Lovely shaped curve. Textbook stuff And then our 10 + troll friends at #1.....
  10. You know, it's kind of interesting. I feel like 98% of that flashback thingy was split between Hardhome and the Mad King. That would seem to suggest a connection between them... LS is certainly still possible and all the pieces are moving in that direction. Which seems odd, because i assume the cliffhanger in ADWD was a gigantic troll by GRRM. Maybe not.. fAegon is as cut as cut can be. Him and his merry men in the Books are either going to be squashed by Lannisters/Tyrells or subsumed into a Dornish attack, or fried by Dragonfire/cut to pieces by Dothraki. Cannon Fodder.
  11. Solid episode to take a breath and set the table for the final 4 episodes. Some of the subplots i do find it hard to consider so important now that we have the vision of the endgame and the larger forces at play. So KL was all well done, but we know a lot of these people won't be alive in 2 seasons time in any case, and they are not focused on the "real war" as Davos puts it. Arya good as we (still) hope to see here rejoin the world of men. I'm a bit surprised as i thought she would cross the narrow sea as an assassin-apparently not. Horn Hill- Sure the Sam/Gilly stuff feels like a digression, but its good to have some perspective on what's worth fighting for- this family of 3 are the Westerosi version of the Shire.. I also expect we'll be seeing/hearing the latest "Delightful Dad of Westeros" in action against Dorne at some point, so it did double duty. Bran- its the big game and it nicely shows that the 3ER also had and has a plan... And then Dany. Feels a bit tacked on, but I enjoyed it nonetheless. 8/10
  12. next 5 episodes are going to feel even better.
  13. no if its Austria you mean you've just got a country with some major problems. And yeah on some level trolling like behaviour going on, People letting a primal scream of anger out rather than voting rationally
  14. Maybe its to build tension in the LF/ Jon/Sansa triangle before the Wall falls. Thinking back to GRRM's original synopsis, maybe she will choose LF in the end.
  15. it will be "better" then though.
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