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  1. Seed

    [TWoW Spoilers] Barristan

    ...wish I had read that before I posted, lol
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    [TWoW Spoilers] Barristan

    The fact that GRRM is frontloading TWOW with both the Battle of Ice and the Battle of Fire, it really has me wondering what the rest of the book is going to entail.
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    [Book Spoilers] EP 209 Discussion

    Balon Swann, I wanna say Arys Oakheart
  4. It was obvious that Arya was trying to hide her face. That's what piqued his interest, esp after he got a half a glimpse. He knew who she was.
  5. And what's with Osha? Why is her head always cocked to one side? That's strange acting.
  6. Friend of mine informed me that people with dislexia oftentimes are ambidextrious...there may be hope for Jamie after all.
  7. What's up with Osha and why is her head always crooked over to the side?
  8. I agree with this 100%. I picked up on that, and being the only guy in the room who'd read the entire series, I was the only guy to catch that sly line.
  9. OH YEAH and they killed off Rhakkaro!!! That I didn't see coming, or expect. Guess we shoulda seen that coming from their interaction in last week's episode.
  10. I thought the episode came off pretty good. I loved the portrayal of Sallahdor Saan and his relationship with Davos. Also, the Hot Pie/Lommy/Arya conversation was a good add, I especially thought Hot Pie did a good job. I'm liking the TV show Gendry more than the book Gendry, he's seems a bit more human. I don't think I like book Gendry until far later on, but I took an immediate liking to him here. The Tyrion/Slynt scene was great, I'm pretty sure they made Bronn head of the City Watch so as not to introduce yet another character in Bywater. I also liked the LF scene as it established a more sinister man by words rather than by action. Yoren, FTW.
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