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bayrodney

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    [Book Spoilers] EP303 Discussion

    Please direct me in the right direction if it has been discussed before but: I thought leading up to this episode they promoted that BOTH David Benioff and DB Weiss were directing this episode? In the opening credits they only had Benioff's name. Or am I wrong?
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    [Book Spoilers] EP 210 Discussion

    I gave this episode a 9. My only gripe was how highly represented the white walkers were and what purpose Ros is going to serve. Sometimes the book purists on this site really turn me off visiting this forum. No matter what D&D do you will never be satisfied. A lot of events in the book would never translate on screen. Please remember the TV show is just an adaptation of the books - keep the books and the TV show separate. I'm grateful to see it on the screen :) Thankyou HBO, D&D, the actors/crew and GRRM.
  3. Overall, loved the episode, I don't think any one scene made me disappointed. A few subtle things placed in the episode that I loved: - Margaery Tyrell only 'officially' (the key word here) being a virgin, this leads to her demise later on - Sansa not wearing her hair the 'southern' way much like she did in season one, showing where her allegiance truly lies (plus her purposely leaving out Joffrey's name when claiming her allegiance to the king) - Tommen's cuteness and naivety, he holds no remorse towards the north. - Maester Luwin talking about things that supposedly don't exist anymore, including Dragons, Giants, and the CotF, all of which we see in the future. Amongst more! great episode
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