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  1. I set the instrumental version of 'The Rains of Castamere' as my ringtone. Will update.
  2. I would have replaced the Shae scene with an Edmure one, but whatever.
  3. Another good thing about this episode is that it made me realise that I dislike Daario not for superficial reasons, but because he's a douche.
  4. Roslin Frey looked exactly how I pictured Jeyne Westerling.
  5. This sums up my feelings perfectly: http://entertainment.../#ixzz2V97qZUyF In a weird way, The Red Wedding was almost the antithesis of Dracarys. There, were Dany seemed so powerful, here Robb and Cat were reduced to nothing. It was painful to watch. Grey Wind didn't have a fantastical last stand (perhaps one of the most horrible things I've ever seen), and Lame Lothar, Roose and Black Walder creep up on Talisa, Robb and Cat respectively to end their lives quickly, with little sense of justice. Further, each of the dying characters had to watch the person they love die before it was their own turn; Talisa had to endure her own unborn child being stabbed in her womb, Robb saw his wife die, and finally when Cat saw her first-born son die. Nothing will ever rival this.
  6. 9. Great episode. I enjoyed it thoroughly. I think a lot of people misliked it because it was full of made up scenes, yet they all seemed quite relevant to the story and universe of the show. Expect a lot of episodes like this, especially when they get up to the AFFC/ADWD seasons. This episode reminds me of how the show can be it's own entity and still be enjoyable without relying on the books. Game of Thrones can still surprise me despite me knowing what happens. If all people want is a visual representation of the books, then that's fair enough, but it's not what I want.
  7. Alex Graves seems to be a very good Thrones director. The theme of Fire was prevalent throughout the episode, and was a really good way of tying scenes together visually.
  8. Did anyone else get giddy at the mere mention of Rhaegar or was it just me?
  9. 9. I thought it was an above average episode (average being 8 for Game of Thrones). It could have done with a bit less moving around, only one scene with characters like Jon, Sam, Arya, Cersei and Dany. That's my biggest complaint. Things I liked: - Best writing and acting for Richard Madden in a long, long time. - A Game of Chairs. - Kraznys - "You little Bastard." - Winterhell
  10. Anguy wears Northern armor. I thought it was interesting.
  11. Long thread, haven't read it all, but did anyone else notice that Thoros took Arya to the Crossroads Inn? I can't tell if it's actually the same place Cat and Tyrion were at in Season 1, or just built to look the same, but I'm positive it was intentional nonetheless.
  12. I can't help but assume that Robb being married in the light of the Seven is a major plot point in the tv show. I'm not sure why but it had to be done for a reason, right? That's really my only nitpick. I liked this episode.
  13. Cutting off faces? Shae is clearly Ramsay -- it all makes sense now. I don't understand people who complain that Jon's storyline makes him seem incompetent. He got captured by his enemy, which at this point has also happened to fan-favourites Tyrion, Jaime and Eddard. People are complaining because it deviates from the book but that's it. I love Ygritte in the show more than I liked her in the books, and I really liked her in the books; the more of her the better the show is. Where's Ghost at though? I'm not sold that he won't show up at the last second to free Jon so he and Qhorin can do a last stand like in the books but with their little scuffle I seriously doubt it.
  14. I also liked the Qarth changes. Fits well with the shows title, as Qarth has a miniature Game of Thrones of their own.
  15. I hope they don't show Bran and Rickon again until after the sacking of Winterfell. When I first read it in the books I never believed the two head's that Theon covered in tar were those of the boys, at least at first. After enough time had passed my opinion changed, until the Miller's boy revelation occurred. My point is that it's all well and good for audiences to think Bran and Rickon aren't dead at this point, just as I had, but in 3 episodes when we finally see them again it could come as a shock that they're still alive.
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