SevasTra82 Posted May 2, 2016 Share Posted May 2, 2016 I don't think it is any coincidence that the story lines starting to go to crap the moment they had to go off-script. Without GRRM's influence, they have NO idea how to write a show that makes any sort of sense. I think that's been pretty clear so far. I can understand that they have to consolidate plot lines due to the sheer size of the books, but it almost seems as if they had no *real* plan after they got to season 5...it's almost as if D&D expected TWOW to be completed by now. No GRRM scrip to follow = a Cluster of plot holes and question marks. Unfortunately though, the majority of the GOT audience doesn't care so much about what the books have to say (namely because the majority haven't even read the books), so they can get away with all these little nuances that the "book purists" are annoyed with. It truly says something about the American culture when all you need to keep a show successful is show a pair of tits, make a cock joke, and violently splatter a mans brains out on a wall. As long as they keep doing these things, AGOT's will continue to be massively popular and most people will ignore the obvious plot holes. (it also doesn't help that over half of the audience never read the books anyways). Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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