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  1. 1917 with Dean Charles Chapman and Richard Madden as brothers. I am bad at recognizing people so I did not see that until the credits and had a chuckle.
  2. Flipping around one night and came across Patient Zero. Within the first minute I saw it had Natalie Dormier and John Bradely in it. Not very good however it is interesting seeing two actors together who never interacting at all on the show.
  3. For Halloween a Slasher Films Boy Band
  4. The show is done better then a lot thought and maybe should be. The world built that feels very normal beside what is a wierd Karate fascination that gets subtly references. Looking forward the second season.
  5. David Hildebrand (Kraznys) has an interesting look on a new YouTube Red show that debuted today:
  6. The episode title is Beyond The Wall. http://watchersonthewall.com/new-photos-game-thrones-season-7-episode-6/
  7. No he does not final say. D&D are the ones in charge of the T.V show.
  8. I said nothing about them being Liberal that is your addition. Just as out of touch Elites. Margaritaville was not exactly an ode to Libertarian Economic Principals and Theories. I am bothered that they view this straight as Trump is not serious (S19) or it is obvious he will lose (S20). It cut off some deeper exploration of his appeal and dangers.
  9. I wonder how Trey and Parker are going to handle being some out of Elite they did not even think of having two endings. This rest the season may just drag out and be just some exhortation of Liberal elites, a dark ominous warning, or some optimism with acknowledge problems that should not be ignored.
  10. Well, tounge was in cheek some. Yeah, it was a call back to the Thenns. I was just thinking in the S3 fianle scene he said to Theon "What do you think I am some savage?"
  11. I did not think of the apple skin. I was thinking that Osha's line would of got into Ramsey's head that he need to "step his game up". It also got me thinking a little also of the Season 3 finale pork susage scene.
  12. 8/10 Best The North: Best: Theon hugging Sansa was one of the show'starts kinder moments. The chase music is fantastic. I really loved the pledge scene and that everyone had a part in it. Ramsey mourning Miranda then feeding her to the hounds was about right. Worst: Good fight but the disappearing hounds with handler is apparent. The Wall: Best: The opening shot from the wall with Ghost howling Dolorous Edd getting some real about damn time screentime. Alliser's speech was quite powerful. You do not like but he has a point of view and will defend it honestly. Davos Seaworth and Mutton Melissandre's reveal Worst: N/A Kings Landing: Best: Cersei and Jamie mourning together over Myrcella. Cersei citing the Prophecy to Jamie was interesting. Margery and The High Sparrow was a great scene and look forward to more. Worst: Trystane Martell is an idiot... and Sand Sanks. Dorne: Best: Ellaria speech to a dying Doran. Worst: It's Dorne Bravos: Arya scene was good overall. I like the dynamic with Arya and The Waif than others. Nothing new but done well. I am tiring of Arya being beaten up. Mereen: Best: Tyrion offering money and saying I want to eat your baby. Varys and Tyrion Worst: The burning ships did not have a real impact. The Dorthraki Sea: Jorah and Daario is another solid pairing. The beaten down circular grass pattern. Daenerys scene was great. It is great to have the Dorthraki back. Worst: Though I like the image, finding a single ring in a field was way too easy. Saw it coming but still not great. Overall, a strong premiere with a ending that is preparing people for more magic and fantasy.
  13. Except for Breaking Bad which is on cable, the shows you listed are on broadcast commercial television while GOT is on a premium subscription service. There is a far larger potential audience to draw them. They are also more familar genre of Sitcoms and a Modern drama. I think the show has surpass many expectation in terms of Ratings and able to maintain the Ratings is very good for this genre of show.
  14. I gave it a 8 The final 20 minutes was some of the best of the series. Stannis's final moments and his final lines were great. Disappointed with Sansa final arch. Though the moment between her and Theon before the jump was great. With this show jumping off the highest wall is hopeful. Disappointed of Allesier being on the assassination. The show supported a post I did awhile back that Myrcella knew.
  15. When an entire thread is devoted to how bad the line is alright. When it used to than hurl insults at the showrunners and state how the show is the worst than yes it can consider as getting into hate. My opinion is a general observation after going through the threads and it does strike me. I laugh at line but in the end thought the delivery was fine and the lengths that some goes is strange to me at times. I do think the books has their of being more middling and even low brow with innuendos and puns. So the over-seriousness can be humorous.
  16. The book has some ridiculous lines. The spelling of certain names in the book and frequency on pages can have their moments as well. It is a ridiculous line but the hate fervor... well opinions and to each their own.
  17. Then stop following the show and keep off the show forum. The TV series was design to be 7-8 seasons. That WOW is not out is on Martin's end. The presumption that the show will need to stop for Martin is absurd. We are dealing with real people who find other things unlike their book counterparts who are fictional and are non-existence. AFFC is the most unadaptable of the books currently release. It does not have the main protangist is Jon, Dany, and Tyrion, extensive travelogues and world-building. One of the bigger complaints of S5 that there is a feeling that not much has really change. Adding on to it because "It's in the books" would not make it exciting for a general audience. On several occasions the post I read of AFFC being great is accompany by that a fondest grows after rereading the book. My opinion a book that fondess grow on rereading is a book that is either becoming an acid test on being a true fan or it is so different that the reader needed to get comfortable with the difference fron the prior books. I am sure some readers love it from the first read but my experience based on the forum is a lot had to give it additional reads to grow on them. It is odd sometimes how furious people get at the show as being bad and than complain how there is not enough. It is the old joke of "the food is terrible and the portion are too small".
  18. Yeah and people will be saying Allister did not have much of an option because he will be staring into the face of a Giant. It is a scene of high symbolism. People want to nitpick it to death will.
  19. What you say will be very much within what occurs to Stannis many time in the books. For me it gets quite tiring. It is always some plausible denialibity yet he will benefit from the act itself. I do enjoy that on the show he owns what he does. I understand the difference but I enjoy the fanatic in many ways than the book pragmatist.
  20. I do not need to see Olly take his vow to know that he is in the NW. That he is orphan and Jon's Steward is alright for me. I think Olly been at the Wall more episodes wise than Jon and Sam before they show them taking the vow. It is not some plot hole or not caring to reasonable conclude he is now a Brother of the Night's Watch. Some posters have decided now it is and it is in the service to criticize an event that have not taken place yet on the show.
  21. Why does the show needs to explicitly state that Olly is now in the Night Watch? What does him being a Steward, knowing the vows, and being at the election to vote for LC indicate? Honestly some people love to state the better intellect of people who ready the books yet when complain because a manner is not explicitly stated. With all the complaints of Olly being shown you now want a scene of him taking his vows?
  22. The scene with Davos and Jon. Davos ask Olly about the NW vows. Is Olly not in NW because you did not see him take the vows? Jon saying he is his Steward and Davos asking him of the vows convey that he is a brother of the Night Watch.
  23. Olly is a member of the Night Watch or he will not be Jon's Steward. I do not what role or not Olly will take FTW. I do not think people underestimate the petty arguements of men even when face with such an unambiguous threat. I personally will like FTW to put off until Premiere S6 but I do not think it will.
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