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  1. Hodor's Aunt

    What will happen when the dragon horn is sound?

    because that's how it works in a mediaeval setting for princesses.
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    Arya and the Horse

    After the show writers pissed of their female feminist audience who cheered every plot hole as long as it served girl's power they had to somehow conciliate them. As every girl loves horses they reminded everybody on the most famous feminist moment in tv history (Arya killing the night king) and combined it with a horse. Seriously I din't think there ist any logic left in the show.
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    [Poll] How would you rate episode 805?

    I wouldn't even sign to "visually fantastic". The whole burning of the city looked so unnatural. Like if the dragon was not only breathing fire but also spitting handgrenades. And there was no actual battle they featured. Only
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    The Night's Watch in TWoW

    Whether John manages to survive or somehow come back he will take the part of the NW loyal to him to Winterfell to fight with whomever against the Boltons. The rest of the NW will likely fall apart and battle with each other and with Stannis' men over food, women or whatever. I doubt there will be much left of the NW when the army of the dead finally arrives at the wall.
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    Casterly Rock Why?

    The Lannister armies are still the backbone of Cersai's power. Those armies are mainly mustered in the Westerlands, their loyal commanders come from there and I guess they will be refreshed there. Taking their base away will weaken their position not immiedatly but on the long run it definitly will. +gold is not everything. Together with Dorne and Highgarden the Westerlands have been relatively uneffected by the war. One can plunder plenty of food there. Daeny will need lots of food for the winter. Taking the Lannister stocks away is a good idea. The last season of GoT didn't make any sense at all. But that detail is rather good to explain.
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    Stannis army losses and future battles

    I guess Manderly hates Stannis just as much as he hates Roose Bolton. The same is more or less true for all northern lords. His endgame should not be to ally with Stannis, but get rid of both and then step in with his own pretender (Rickon). So my guess is, that he will watch Stannis and Freys going down - then finish whoever is left and return to winterfell. But instead of entering Winterfell through the main gate (that would mean him to die by the hands of the boltons) sneak in through the crypts. Bran should somehow (Theon?) transfer him the information how. Then he and some other northerners can turn on the boltons. My guess for story reasons is, that the boltons somehow win (maybe with one Bolton lord dead). But it should weaken their position enough so that the Nightwatch + allies can stand a chance against whatever is left of the bolton host.
  7. The first joke is, that Gendry is the fasted guy in the group or a good runner anyway. He is supposed to have worked the last years as a blacksmith (after some years of rowing of course). I can hardly see him moving by feet at all. He is supposed to have super strong arms. He is trained the complete opposite of a marathon runner.
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    [Poll] How would you rate episode 607?

    get your buttplug ready then. I don't guess we'll see a trial by combat. But they'll meet again and finish that fight from season 1.
  9. I don't get why ppl like this episode. I really don't understand. One of the poorest episodes ever. Stark Reunion - Okay nice and decent played. Greyjoy Reunion - big, big, big plothole. How does Theon get there in time? His plane just landed? O.K. fine. The scene itself was okay. Good acting from Alfie again, that broken Theon look still fits him perfect. Osha's death - a little bit out of nowhere, but I liked they gave Osha the warrior's death her character deserved. It's sad Ramsey has this Valeryen Steel plot armor. Would have been a nice ending for him. Kings Landing - the scenes lack the gravety they had when Tywin was still alive. I don't buy the story anymore. Back when Tywin and Oleanna where arguing - that was brilliantly even when it was funny. That has gone. Meeren - lame, lame, lame. Still only fillers. Tyrions character simply doesn't work in the enviroment. Put him back to Westeros. Sweetrobin - that's the plot Littlefinger? Telling everyone the Boltons took Sansa when hundreds of ppl now they didn't? That's the master of conspiricy? Realy? Was that poor. Sweetrobin is a nice dickhead by the way. Liked how his character was portrayed. Danys BBC - Have the dosh khaleen poured their hut in gazoline entirely? How did she start the fire with a handfull of burning coals, again? How did the fire catch the men that quickly? Oh yeah, everybody likes it burning, I get it. But a little bit of plausebility, just a little bit. As it was done I could only laugh. Reminded me of the "A team" or "Mc Guyver" from the eighties. Who needs a story if it's burning and exploding.
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    [Spoiler] EP603

    Ramsey never was Theon's adviser on the show. That's book only. On the show he simply conquers WF from the Ironborn. It doesn't make much sense why the Umbers bring in Osha to Ramsey. Nobody would care if they hadn't. Even if Ramsey wouldn't care if he indeed would have known her. She is a real "no one" in the feudal world of Westeros. It's for shock moment only.
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    How would you rate episode 602?

    I didn't like the Mereen stuff at all. Meeren is the new Dorne to be honest. Not even Varis & Tyrion can save it. And I didn't like the part with the wildlings breaking through the gates "just in time". Didn't feel like Game of Thrones but like any tv show from the 80's (like you know "the A-team"). But I liked the rest of the episode. FrankenMountain is cool, the scene in the Sept was pretty strong and well played, Ramsey plotting against his father is adding well to the story and weirwood network flashbacks is pretty cool, too. I gave 8 points.
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    How would you rate episode 601?

    The storylines were handled very differently. I liked pretty much everything in the north. Ramsey/Roose father son moments worked pretty well for me. I like how Roose is portreyed like a father who finds out that his son has smoked for the first time. Ramsey why do you play with her? Be just nice and we don't have problems. They are so weird. I like that. Also the battle was fine even if the hounds went missing. And like how things are set up at the wall. Including Mel. I would give that part 8-9 points. Danys story was set up nicely, I liked the talk between the bloodriders and the khal. But I frankly don't understand why they didn't cut that part out. I mean even without knowing the trailers you can clearly predict, where that story goes to. If they need to cut book stuff, they should have cut the part of Dany leaving Meeren and instead have sticked to young Griff or LSH. I'll give that part 6 points. I liked the kings landing part. Specially the moment between Cersai and Jaimie. It is quite reasonable that Jaimie is angry. People who grief over his "delevopement" seem to see things a little simple. He has just lost a child. I would give that part 7 points. And then there is dorne. And this part is really, really pathetic. These "Charlie's Angels" for poor just are a bummer. They really, really should have cut the scene on the ship and therefore done the killing of the prince accurate. That is 0 points. all in all I rate the episode 5 points.
  13. "Jaimie Lannister sends his regards". If Catelyn Stark ever is in charge of Jamies fate he'll hang or worse.