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4 minutes ago, Tooms said:

Yeah and how many times have two blokes got together and talked about... Gee things that interest men... 

You seem to be missing the point entirely. This show has had many obvious girl power moments between women, that's just fact.

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Just now, The Bear said:

The point was that whenever two women get together in the show they almost always talk about the patriarchy. It's a very obvious way to get across your pro-feminist agenda and it's not subtle the way GRRM's feminism is in the books. I found it on-the-nose and you don't have to agree.

No... Just No! There's been dozens of scenes with women talking to women without this. Only last episode did Cersei and QoT talk not once mentioning the patriarchy

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1 minute ago, Tooms said:

No... Just No! There's been dozens of scenes with women talking to women without this. Only last episode did Cersei and QoT talk not once mentioning the patriarchy

I said almost always, not always.

Oh hai, Gandalf. I was expecting you.

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Just now, Aegonzo The Great said:

No one saw THAT coming.

/sarcasm

Well, the "good" guys had to do it at some point.

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I know these are extremely generic lines, but 'open the gates!' and 'knock, draw, loose!' do nothing to lessen the comparison between this ep and LOTR in my head.

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Just now, The Bear said:

I know these are extremely generic lines, but 'open the gates!' and 'knock, draw, loose!' do nothing to lessen the comparison between this ep and LOTR in my head.

I was thinking Braveheart

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1 minute ago, Tooms said:

Well, the "good" guys had to do it at some point.

I know, but I think it's a tired trope that D&D lean on way too much. I call it the "Helm's Deep Syndrome" (HDS).

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1 minute ago, Tooms said:

I was thinking Braveheart

That too!

After all this are we not getting our Ramsay death?

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Ramsay had better die at some point. If not in the battle, then by an official formal execution with Jon wielding the sword and the rest of the Northern lords looking on and recognizing his right to do so..

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