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  1. TheKingoftheSevenKingdoms

    Is there something that you really don't want to see happen in the series?

    I don't want Jon to be married to Sansa or Arya as some strange people suggest he is going to be. I don't care if he's going to end up with Dany, Arianne, Val, or the Night's Queen or by himself.
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    [Poll] How would you rate episode 509?

    I give it a 7/10. In terms of being ranked with the other episode 9s, this was one pretty mediocre compared to Baelor, Blackwater, The Rains of Castamere and the Watchers on the Wall. However just like this season the episode had some up swings and down falls. Pros: The Wall The Daznak Pit Arya discovering Mace and Meryn "Pedophile" Trant Stannis' having Shireen burned is not good and confirm that D&D despise the character, but the buildup was quite good with solid acting from all involved. I am going to miss that actress - a bright spot in a dark world. Cons: Dorne (That's right, I take 2.5 marks off for Dorne because its that bad and useless. If D&D don't listen to the feedback for this season...) This season so far: Episode 1 - 8/10 Episode 2 - 9/10 Episode 3 - 8/10 Episode 4 - 9/10 Episode 5 - 8/10 Episode 6 - 6/10 (lowered my score upon second viewing of episode) Episode 7 - 7/10 Episode 8 - 10/10 Episode 9 - 7/10 Average so far: 8
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    [Poll] How would you rate episode 508?

    This episode was amazing. Brilliantly paced, very well-acted (except for maybe Emilia Clarke) with a good screenplay and a fantastic direction. Definitely a ten for me. This confirms for me a few things: 1. Valyrian steel has a similar affect to dragon glass 2. Jon's going to be probably the most important factor in the war of the dawn. A wildcard - A Stark and a Targaryen 3. White Walkers are cooler on the show then they are in the books 4. The leader of the White Walker is the Night's King. Now I wonder who he is? A Stark, Bolton, Flint, Ryswell, Dustin? 5. Benioff and Weiss have written the best episodes this season. Making Dany meet Tyrion this early was an excellent decision that payed off. 6. Olly, Allister Thorne and Bowen Marsh are going stabby stabby
  4. TheKingoftheSevenKingdoms

    [Poll] How would you rate episode 508?

    This episode was amazing. Brilliantly paced, very well-acted (except for maybe Emilia Clarke) with a good screenplay and a fantastic direction. Definitely a ten for me. This confirms for me a few things: 1. Valyrian steel has a similar affect to dragon glass 2. Jon's going to be probably the most important factor in the war of the dawn. A wildcard - A Stark and a Targaryen 3. White Walkers are cooler on the show then they are in the books 4. The leader of the White Walker is the Night's King. Now I wonder who he is? A Stark, Bolton, Flint, Ryswell, Dustin? 5. Benioff and Weiss have written the best episodes this season. Making Dany meet Tyrion this early was an excellent decision that payed off. 6. Olly, Allister Thorne and Bowen Marsh are going stabby stabby
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    [Poll] How would you rate episode 506

    Man, I'm going to have to give this episode a 7. Shocking, since I rated episode 1 (8), episode 2 (9), episode 3 (8), episode 4 (10) and episode 5 (9) Pros: - Tyrion and Jorah have excellent chemistry and play off very well. Iain Glein makes me really sympathize with Jorah compared to his book counterpart, especially when he learns his father is dead. The actor who plays Malko is great - from Oz and Lost - and should provide some levity to their storyline. Tyrion killing it with his wit as usual - Arya in general was well handled and her storyline is picking up - King's Landing is good, for the most part. I liked the Baelish and Cersei scene even though it does not make sense. Olenna Tyrell is great as always. I thought the arrest of Margaery and Loras was a bit off, but it made some sense in the context that the Faith hates gays (At least in the show) - Alfie Allen again proving that he is one of the best actors on the show. Superb acting. Ramsay is also deliciously evil and a right royal bastard. - Though the general storyline was atrocious, Areo Hotah and Doran Martell had a good scene together and both actors are good in their roles. Jaime and Bronn are still awesome together. Cons: - Dorne was terrible. I'm sorry, but it was. The Sand Snakes are laughable and cliche, Ellaria is butchered as a character, Myrcella and Trystane is some Romeo and Juliet bullshit, the fight scene was clunkly done, the whole setup was terrible. - Winterfell - what the fuck. this storyline is complete bullshit. What the fuck are D&D thinking? Sansa should not be in Winterfell right now, ok. I don't care, Littlefinger is a complete moron for leaving her alone with the Boltons. I don't understand how Sansa is supposed to recover from this. D&D are fucking morons. They could have done a great storyline where Sansa marries Robin Arryn and manipulates Robin Arryn to call on the forces of the Vale to reclaim the riverlands from Frey control and fight for her birthright of Winterfell. Retribution for the Red Wedding, you don't have to cast Lady Stoneheart, Sansa can take control of the Stark revenge plan, she can set aside the marriage when she is ready, she can free her uncle and reinstate the Tullys as her vassals. Eventually, Sansa could become Queen in the North and take out the Boltons or even ally with Stannis. All the while playing Littlefinger and becoming a true player. I swear, if i wasn't busy with work, I would write a fucking thread on how I would have run this show from season 2 onward. It's clear Benioff and Weiss don't really care anymore. Fuck them. It's funny how I'm cursing them when they didn't write the episode, but Bryan Cogman did a good job with the shit he was given to write about.
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    How would you rate episode 501?

    I would give it an 8. Solid, slow opener that attempts to catch people up to date on the landscape of Westeros. For the most part it did a great job. Tyrion and Varys, Daenerys and Daario, Jon and Mance, Jon and Stannis and Davos, the flashback, Cersei in general and the ending was very well handled. Sansa's storyline and Brienne and Podrick however was not.
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