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  1. 7/10. I've had some time to think about it. The episode was amazing to watch. If for nothing else then it's audacity. It was bold, and I applaud that. And a memorable spectacle. The main problem is, to have the backdrop of Dany blowing up and torching the City in all the other character's scenes, she needs to go on forever lighting it up. This is where it just stop being believable a bit and leaves a sour taste. I mean she went almost too mad. Still, many great moments. I suppose this one will almost need a re-rating after seeing the last episode to properly explain what we just seen. If they bother too at all.
  2. Can't believe I'm still up. Rating coming tomorrow after had time to digest.
  3. Tyrian's continued compassion for Cersei is utter nonsense. In fact there has been nothing smart or clever about his decisions the last two seasons.
  4. I do get ignoring the bells and flexing some muscle, destroying some of the city. She needed to truly show power and have fear to rule even in victory. But it felt a littler ridiculous that she was torching everything for what seemed like an hour straight. Just wasn't believable. That was the biggest mistake in what was a pretty epic episode.
  5. 6/10. Some good moments in this episode. Some things I wasn't sure about. Comparing it partly to the first 3 episodes which were all better imo. Pushing the story along and setting up the final 2 episodes. Did its job, and some revealing moments.
  6. So I resisted giving a rating. And on this one I'm glad I did after a rewatching (better visuals, adjusted contrast). 9/10. The battle was just too epic to take points off for some plot issues. I am reserving judgement on some of the NK explanation as the ending was for dramatic effect. Hoping Episode 4 does a decent enough job explaining why we need 3 episodes now for Cersei end boss but keeping faith after a solid episode 1 and 2.
  7. Upon closer look the shot doesn't really show most of his legs so it adds to the affect. Would it have killed them to show ghost a little better? Fans have been dying for that moment. About the only misstep in an otherwise great episode. Maybe we get more in Ep. 3.
  8. ^^ Hear, hear. Exactly my sentiments. It's not a 10 like say Battle of the Bastards, or Blackwater, but it was so unexpectedly good in such a different way that I also gave it a 10. It's also very re-watchable. Something about being in the company of these characters, all together after so long apart in different parts of the world, just talking, having these great moments together maybe for the last time, added real layers to this story because the characters are really at the heart of it not just battles and dragons.
  9. I'm honestly confused by the fans that loved it, calling it one of the best episodes in years, and those with very low scores basically calling it boring, filler, where nothing happened. I'm honestly shocked how a GOT fan could have that sentiment and score so low but to each their own.
  10. How's this for a score. 10 out of 10. Amazing. This masterclass of an episode proves you don't need big battles and special effects. The moments throughout, and there were many, were just as impactful...
  11. Wow, great episode. Damn it feels good to be back
  12. Great finale. An enjoyable hour and a half of GOT. I'm left feeling satisfied. Enough anyway. Was it the image of an undead dragon blue fire-ing the wall down? Jon and Danny boning? Bran's blunt mega reveal to Sam? The big meeting of houses? Arya putting LF out of the game with quick slash? The Hound being The Hound? Cersei/Tyrian/Jamie moments? I can't say. It wasn't perfect, but it was the 2nd best episode of the season for me and a solid finale. 9/10.
  13. I think without the ramp up in teleporting we would be looking at a 9th season. Not that I would be complaining.
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