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  1. Frejac

    [Spoilers] EP609

    Because most of my posts in this thread have been complaining about Sansa, I thought I should mention that I did actually enjoy a lot of the episode. Strong performances all around, good music, and beautiful cinematography.
  2. Frejac

    [Spoilers] EP609

    Also, extended shots of all three dragons doing cool dragon things, but not a single frame of Ghost? Robb took his wolf into battle, why wouldn't Jon?
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    [Spoilers] EP609

    Another thing. If Sansa is keeping the Vale a secret because Jon underestimates Ramsay, then why, exactly, does she keep trying to get him to delay the attack until they have more men? Those two things do not go together. At all.
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    [Spoilers] EP609

    That's not a reason for keeping them secret at all. Had they known about the Vale they could have planned the battle to happen in exactly the same way--draw Ramsay out with a smaller force and then crush him with the Vale--except they would have had coordinated timing and much fewer men would have died. While Jon is not blameless in the casualty count, Sansa's lie had a much bigger impact on the losses they took. It has absolutely nothing to do with underestimating Ramsay.
  5. Frejac

    [Spoilers] EP609

    Nope. This makes absolutely no sense. If that was the reason for keeping the Vale a secret, then she is an idiot. Keeping this secret got thousands of her own people killed, not underestimating Ramsay. I was really looking forward to Sansa's story this season, but I hated her this episode. She tells Jon they need more men, but she doesn't tell Jon that she can get them. She doesn't give Jon the chance to plan for the possibility of reinforcements. Basically, she sets up her army to die. And judging by her smirk when she arrived with Littlefinger, she does not care. She just seemed to care about crushing the Boltons and killing Ramsay. Because of this, two big Sansa moments that should have had me cheering (her arriving with reinforcements and her speech to Ramsay before he died) just had me thinking, "Sansa, I hate you so much right now."
  6. I don't know how to rate this yet. On the one hand, as an episode by itself, I want to give it a 10 because of the excitement and tension that I felt while watching it. On the other, as an episode in the context of the rest of the season, I want to give it a 1 because we once again had Sansa saying they needed a bigger army without mentioning she had the Vale and then showing up as the savior with Littlefinger after letting so many of what was supposed to be her army die.
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