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  1. Baelor_the_Blessed

    [Poll] How would you rate episode 609?

    Very good guess. That makes a lot of sense.
  2. Baelor_the_Blessed

    [Poll] How would you rate episode 609?

    I would've given it more than 10/10 if I could. One of the best hours of television ever. It might've been nicer if they had done more build-up for Rickon so the audience cares about him. It also might've been nicer if we had any idea the identity of those six people on the crosses.
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    [Poll] How would you rate episode 608?

    100% spot on. Exactly my thoughts. The only saving grace this episode was Jaime and Edmure.
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    [Poll] How would you rate episode 607?

    I give it a 9. Dialogue was much better than it has the other episodes this season. Four great things: (1) The conversations b/w Septon Maribald and the Hound. "Whew... that man must've been one monster to take you down." "That man was a woman." Ha! (2) Lyanna Mormont. One of the best characters the show has produced. (3) Natalie Dormer's acting this episode was great. She really did seem committed to the faith until she shoved that picture in her grandmother's hands. Really interesting to see what her gameplan is here. (4) The confrontation between Jaime and the Blackfish. Great, great scene. Very well done.
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    [Poll] How would you rate episode 605?

    Speaking just for myself here, but my major beef with the writing is not the direction of the plot. It's the dialogue. This series went from Academy Award-level writing the first two seasons all the way down to Asylum-mockbuster level writing this year. Well, that, and the casting of Euron. For the most part, the kingsmoot was well written and well acted. But when Euron stepped up, it was a train-wreck. It was almost like they prioritized getting an actor who looked like Theon over getting someone with actual acting ability. When he jumped up and said, "Where are my nephew and niece? Let's go murder them!" it was the most cringeworthy moment of the entire series. Bad acting combined with bad dialogue! Ugh!
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