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  1. No mention of Jamie's (and Bron's!) fabulous jackets? This stuff looks very 90s, and their acting is definitely not period.. Though the sand snakes' acting is worse. All the Dorne stuff is badly designed/shot/directed
  2. I think that was the point. Cersei thinks he doesn't know how to play this game.. But oh he does
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    [Book Spoilers] EP407 Discussion

      Also: "She's in a good mood"
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    [Book Spoilers] EP407 Discussion

    Re-watching now.. Funniest line: "Humour is not my strength" :D
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    [Book Spoilers] EP407 Discussion

    Worst acting in this episode? . . Plenty of candidates, but I'd go for: "Hoo am Oi Foighting?"
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    [Book Spoilers] EP407 Discussion

    Hmmm.. A bit tough to explain this without the singer dude.. And we haven't seen LF interacting with the Eerie people yet
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    [Book Spoilers] EP407 Discussion

    Hot Pie!! That is Hot Pie right? Woohoo
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    [Book Spoilers] EP407 Discussion

    Well, Biter was quite the dirty bastard
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    [Book Spoilers] EP407 Discussion

    Does this all mean R'hllor isn't real?
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    [Book Spoilers] EP403 Discussion

    Uhm, Tywin never said he is going to *kill* the Mountain. So then ,during the trial, Oberyn assumes Tywin offers him the chance to kill the Mountain, like he promised. It would make sense for Tywin, he kills two birds with one stone - acquitting his son Tyrion and keeping his promise to Oberyn. Tywin, on the other hand, who doesn't care too much about his son, is ok with whatever outcome the trial has :) Either his enemy Oberyn is killed on his own accord, or he comes out happy because he got his revenge. The perfect strategy, right? What did I miss?
  11. What makes no sense? That the best strategist in Westeros would not want to get rid of the worst king in years, who started the war by beheading Ned Stark and attempting to kill Bran? The guy who would probably get them all killed in the end, like the Mad King got all the Targaryens killed?? It's obvious even in the books that he was happy to have Tommen on the throne. I have no idea what you mean with your second argument.