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  1. Crackpot: maybe she kills people WITH eyes, as in, the eyes are the weapons. Once she's a faceless assassin of course. Mind=blown lmao hahaha
  2. No word for cousin killing - I tend to think that was a reference to Jaime killing Lancel. Jaime is the one who says "cousins". He looked like he was thinking back on his own kin-killing as Tyrion listed all the `cides. Tyrion may not understand why all the beetles had to die because in his world, he is a beetle. A dwarf who's own father and sister detest him. Even with all the Lannister gold and all the clever wit, Tyion is a beetle in the eyes of most men. I'll bet Jaime, a soldier, understands it a little though, after all he was kingsguard to the mad king Aerys. The reason the beetles had to die is because the world is fucked and those who can kill do kill. Because they can.
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    How would you rate episode 301?

    7/10 It felt rushed, I know they can't put in every detail from the books but so much was just glazed over. I love the show, but it makes me sad when they dumb it down. The CGI for the dragons looks great, and I'm excited for this season!
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    References and Homages

    Jon says the same thing to Sam in ACOK after finding Sam has been in the NW library all night “Is it morning? Down here there’s no way to know.” “Sam, you’re a sweet fool,” Jon said. Martin, George R.R. (2003-01-01). A Clash of Kings: A Song of Ice and Fire: Book Two (p. 41). Random House, Inc.. Kindle Edition.