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    Tyrion the peeping tom

    I think Tyrion is definitely re-evaluating his life choices lol. He, of all people, understands that love and politics do not mix. As Aemon once said, love is the death of duty. He and Varys have already struggled bringing Daenery's to heel this season, and an intimate relationship with Jon could easily hinder her abilities to lead a successful campaign against Cercei and the dead.
  2. This. It's not even the incest that irks me anymore.
  3. Same could be said about Danaery's. Good at conquering, not so good at ruling. HA. Omg, this is kinda true.
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    sansa, arya, and dany

    I can see Sansa really despising Daenerys (for many reasons), but she'll despise Jon even more for relinquishing the Northern sovereignty to a Targaryen. I'm not sure with Arya, to be honest. I can see her admiring Danaery's, but not necessarily liking her just because Jon does. It will take time for her to warm to her, if the time is given. Which I doubt it will be.
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    Can we talk about Jon?

    Oh Jon, Jon, Jon... I don't know why I'm surprised he ended up bending the knee to Daenerys. I always knew they'd end up on the same team, but I didn't think he'd relinquish the North at a point where he had no reason to relinquish it. Daenerys saw the army of the dead herself, and lost Viserion as a result. There was no doubt she'd be on board to protect Westeros from invasion, especially if she wants the loyalty of the people and remaining houses. But then again, Jon never wanted to be King, so he got what he wanted in a way, and some sex as a bonus. I just can't see this ending well for either of them now, and I think Westeros will suffer for it.
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    Jon and Daeneris

    I would laugh so hard...
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    [Spoilers] Rant and Rave Without Repercussion

    Ugh...I don't even know where to begin...
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    And then there were two...

    My sentiments exactly. Jon is starting to see Sansa immersing herself in the game now, and becoming aware that he is nothing but a tool to her, a means to gain power. It doesn't help that Little Finger is still planting seeds in her mind, reminding her that it's her "half-brother's" army, not her army, that will be taking Winterfell. Would Sansa really hand over Winterfell to Jon? Her half-brother who she never really cared for until now? She's already lying to him... And then there's the parallel with the theatre in Bravos. Arya having to kill the actress who plays Cercei, so that the younger actress who plays Sansa can rise in the ranks of power in the theatre. Anyone else thinks this will end badly for Sansa? Or is it just me over analysing?
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    [Poll] How would you rate episode 603?

    Wow. I didn't realise there were so many television snobs in this forum! I give it a solid 8.