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  1. For Nikolaj here: http://collider.com/game-of-thrones-season-8-filming-date/#premiere-date Sophie Turner mentioned it here: http://www.express.co.uk/showbiz/tv-radio/825693/Game-of-Thrones-season-7-Sophie-Turner-drops-HUGE-spoiler-series-END-Sansa-Stark
  2. I thought this episode didn't make a lick of sense, but I loved it!
  3. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau,just mentioned that season 8 production begins in October. I guess?
  4. Seems to be, here is the odd thing, if you look at the HBO site they also have it listed as Death is the Enemy in one place tho the 'official' title on the preview page is Beyond the Wall (kind of a bland title). At SXSW (2017) David Benioff and D.B. Weiss mention that Bryan Cogman and Dave Hill wrote two episodes and they wrote the rest, so they should be the writers of episodes 6 and 7?
  5. Wikipedia lists episode 6 as Death is the Enemy, yet IMDB has no title , at this late date there is on name?
  6. At least we know who wrote E6 and E7. Why keep Dave Hill's name off until this episode?
  7. I am impressed with the early conversations this episode, a lot of dialog exchange that I had been waiting to hear. A good episode things have developed with the logic of the narrative as it has developed this season.
  8. Was it ever announced when principal photography on season 7 ended?
  9. Production starts soon, we know they have 4 directors for season 7, the show runners say less than 10 episodes, tho still not definitively , still the HBO bottom line is what? HBO still has not said, 7 or 8 episodes or what? Actually we never found out who got contracts for season 8 beyond about 3 or 4 of the tier one people.
  10. Complaints about cliff hangers should be forwarded to the Winds of Winter.
  11. Got Daznak's Pit almost right, so I give em 10 for that.
  12. That meeting of Tyrion and Dany must take place in Winds, have a feeling it will be like that. Emilia seemed to hark back to the Dany of Season 3 episode 4. 'Breaking the wheel' did not come off as klunker quite the opposite. Well now that puts The Others in the drives seat who cares about Kings Landing anymore?!! It was a 10.
  13. This week the story really depended on the actors to give spot performances and they did that. The story has too many plot arcs running from one side of the boat to the other , three episodes left to advance , must be some corkers to come, well we know one. That a nine for the sheer audacity of jamming that much story into 60 min. Seems as if Arya , for the first time, will have less story time than any other major character. I know it's hard to made the 'in-house' training at the HoBaW interesting , but her living on the streets of Braavos was a high point of Feast and Dance. With only 3 Ep left quite a rush to get through her story, I am thinking she will be in Braavos next season, but she's seems to be in Winds too.
  14. How come the HS didn't arrest LF for running a brothel?
  15. Yeah, good point, plus thought Yara was to turn up this episode.
  16. With that kind of logic sounds like the High Sparrow is on Savonarola road.
  17. The 'stuffing' problem again: Emperor Joseph II: My dear young man, don't take it too hard. Your work is ingenious. It's quality work. And there are simply too many notes, that's all. Just cut a few and it will be perfect. Mozart: Which few did you have in mind, Majesty? Well GRRM it would say Dorne in the books. The Red Viper was created different on the show which has now influenced season 5. All in all entertained by the episode I am only subtracting a 1 for Dorne and hasty pasty stunt work looks like there was a good idea there but looked like filming schedule influenced the editing. Once again Cogman is brilliant at dialog Tyrion Lannister: Wait. WAIT! Wait, wait! Wait, you can't just hand a dried cock to a merchant and expect him to pay for it! He has to know it came from a dwarf! And how could he know unless he sees the dwarf? Slaver: It will be a dwarf-sized cock. Tyrion Lannister: Guess again!
  18. Seriously. Especially the dialog. Crisp and well organized. The Bolton dinner conversation was so off the wall crazy I was amazed Cogman could push that many buttons. Seems Cogman does not usually write Dany stuff and this time out he was good.
  19. Scoring seems strange since this was the best written episode of the season and it's more Bryan Cogman than D&D.
  20. I am giving a 9 to Bryan Cogman. This is the best written episode of the season. We will have see how this goes since Cogman wrote E6. I have seen this before D&D seem to drift while Cogman stays focused. I am thinking D&D will do well on E8 and E9, not sure about the rest. Was not impressed with Dave Hill's effort.
  21. They really did go two episodes without Arya, not in favor of that.
  22. Apparently Ian McElhinney did, but it was not a squawk. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/05/04/game-of-thrones-argued-against-shocking-death_n_7201962.html So why the sort of disparaging remarks by David Benioff and Dan Weiss at the Oxford 'panel'? From McElhinney's comments it sounds like the discussion was not acrimonious and he is on good terms with David and Dan. Maybe some one will ask Benioff and Weiss about this sometime?
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