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  1. 7 Usually, I'm all about dialogue over action, but I guess because the preview from last week made it seem like there would be action this week, I was left a little disappointed. A lot of the dialogue didn't particularly move me, either, but it had its moments: Night's Watch reunion, Brienne being knighted, and possibly my favourite part was Arya & Gendry -- I don't know why so many people are hating on this; it's been a long time coming. For me, Arya was originally my favourite character because I identified with her, so to see her all grown up finally makes me so happy.
  2. 9/10 Amazing ending, but some of the rest of the episode wasn't quite worthy of a 10. I'll save my 10s for later in the season.
  3. 8/10 Big improvement over last week. I enjoyed Jon's resurrection, Balon's death, Bran's vision, and Sansa's scene. The rest was okay.
  4. Oh good, I wasn't the only one who thought of Titanic, haha!
  5. 10/10 Fantastic! Like a breath of fresh air after everything that's gone wrong this season so far.
  6. I'm giving it an 8, which is a bit generous, but it was better than episode 1. Things I liked: -Jon and Stannis and the election -Tyrion and Varys -Kevan The rest was just okay.
  7. I'm not even sure what to rate this episode. So disappointed. No LSH? Missed opportunity for a big shocker ending. At this point, I wouldn't be surprised if they're going to cut her out of the story entirely. But more importantly, I'm so disappointed at them skipping the Tysha story! It totally changes the way Jaime and Tyrion part, it's such an important part of Tyrion's story arc, and it's the entire reason Tyrion goes after Tywin. Instead, he killed him for... wanting Tyrion to die? Sleeping with Shae? Why does the word "whore" even trigger Tyrion to shoot Tywin? Because of Shae? The Tysha story is so much more powerful! Ugh! The rest of the episode was pretty good. I liked the music at the end.
  8. 9. Most of it was very good, and my eyes were glued to the screen. But... no Stannis. I don't know why they decided not to have a big climax this episode when there's so much more that has to happen next episode.
  9. On the fence between 8 and 9, but I'll go with 9. I love Sansa's new transformation into a player. I don't mind the Missandei and Grey Worm stuff. That actress is probably the most gorgeous on the whole show. I loved Arya's hysterical laughter. It made up for not having Tyrion's laughter, which I didn't expect we were going to get anyway. Did not like the beetle story. It might have been a half-decent metaphor if it hadn't dragged on for over three minutes. The combat was good - Oberyn was fantastic as always, but I didn't like the delivery of the Mountain's lines.
  10. 8. I didn't think the Eyrie scene was that great. The kiss seemed almost consensual - she didn't even push him away for a whole ten seconds! The effect of Lysa going out the moon door was surprisingly bad. I missed hearing "only Cat," but that might just be because I've been reading this forum with people going on about it so much. Overall, the scene just wasn't very epic. I wanted it to be my favourite scene of the episode, but that honour has to go to Tyrion/Oberyn, which was fantastic.
  11. I give it a 9. I wish I could give it a 10 for the second half alone, but I wasn't crazy about the first half. The entire trial was amazing. When Shae walked in, I must admit, I started to cry. And I love Oberyn. Too bad we won't be seeing him much longer. Peter Dinklage absolutely killed it! Get this man another Emmy! :bowdown:
  12. I give it a 7. Not the greatest, but not the worst of the season. The Jon Arryn reveal seemed kind of clumsy. But I liked the Sansa and Lysa scene and the Brienne and Pod scene. I really liked Karl's death, but the rest of that scene was pretty predictable.
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