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  1. I keep going back to two quotes from earlier in this show: Maester Aemon: "A Targaryen alone in this world is a terrible thing." I think Dany felt very alone after Jon rejected her. Daenerys: "She's (Sansa) not the same girl you grew up with. Not after what they did to her." The same things have been done to Dany.
  2. Noted. And I will agree that there's a long way to go and a short time to get there, but in the show at least, it can be done without either doing anything out of character.
  3. I hear you, but couldn't a pairing of the two be a fulfillment of duty, though? Jon's duty to unite the seven kingdoms to defeat the WW and Dany's sense of duty to unite the seven kingdoms behind her to bring peace to the realm? Yes, the show is being heavy handed about it, but...we know that Targs often intermarried, it's how their control of dragons survived. We also know that Daenerys is drawn to strong leaders and Jon to independent, revolutionary women. The show is making it fairly obvious that the two are attracted to one another, but even a marriage pact that satisfies both characters' sense of duty could logically lead to their growing to love one another. It does to me, anyway. I feel like a lot of folks are just considering it too obvious, but I also feel like it's obvious because the books have provided so much foreshadowing to the pairing.
  4. Ha! Yeah, "praying" might have been hyperbolic, but it is something I've hoped for since the beginning. I actually think it makes tons of sense. I feel like the books and the show have been setting this pairing up from the beginning.
  5. I think this may have been my favorite episode so far, I love when my heart is in my throat at the end. But am I seriously the only one praying for a Dany/Jon love match?!
  6. I'm inclined to agree with you. No criticism from me...I'm on a total high tonight!
  7. Thanks, all, that makes a lot more sense!
  8. Not a DwD question, but a question that nags me: So in Game of Thrones, it looks at first at if the Lannisters sent the guy with the dagger to kill Bran after he was thrown from the tower. Later, we come to understand that it was Littlefinger. Why? What is his motivation there? Keeping the Lannisters in power? I don't think I've ever really understood it.
  9. Okay, got it. I always miss something! ;)
  10. Okay, got it. I always miss something! ;)
  11. My question is about (Jon, as) Ghost's thoughts about only four of the original litter of dire wolves being alive, although there's one of the four that he can "no longer sense." He goes on to talk about Nymeria, sensing that his "little sister lifted her head to sing at the moon." He also thinks of Summer, his "grey brother who smelled of summer" who he knows is on the other side of The Wall. Why can't he sense Shaggydog? He knows Lady and Grey Wind have died, so I don't think Shaggy's dead, but why would Ghost no longer be able to sense him?
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