Marry a woman who steps all over you, sell slaves to keep her happy. Caught selling slaves, exiled to Essos. Father disowns you. Offered royal pardon to spy on a girl. Fall in love with said girl who is conveniently married to a ruthless warlord. Warlord dies, girl swears off men. Nevermind. New man. Girl … Read moreAfter tonight’s episode, Jorah has been cemented as the most tragic character in television history.
Varys has been poisoning Dany. This could have led to, well, you know. Varys: Nothing? Girl: She won’t eat. Varys: We’ll try agin at supper. Girl: I think they’re watching me Varys: What do I always say? (Or something like that) Girl: The bigger the risk, the bigger reward. Edit: I wanted to add I … Read moreA simple line that mattered…
We ain’t seen nothing. Dany goes from fighting to save the world in episode 3 to being the Mad Queen in episode 5. The injustice done to Stannis’s character suddenly doesn’t seem so bad in comparrison. submitted by /u/BaelBard [link] [comments]
Hi folks, I’m not much of a reddit poster, but I get the sense that the prevailing opinion around these parts is that Season 8 has not been a success. At the risk of seeming contrary, I wanted to explain why I think Season 8 has been the most genius piece of tv I have … Read moreWhy Season 8 is a work of true genius.
Why the hell does dragons fire come with such a huge kinetic impact? Is it the same in the books? It can literally blow apart castle walls? I know it destroyed THE Wall, but that was just some magic vs magic business that is hand waveable. Blowing apart castle walls is nuts. That is an … Read moreThe strength of Dragon fire in the show
You could literally have watched season 1 episode 1 and then season 8 episode 5 right after and not have had a second thought about why the character was trying to break into the red keep, go back to cersei and then die with her. Actually the question you might have is, why did he … Read moreSo what was the point of Jaime anyway?
Getting paid half a million bucks per episode to be staring out windows. What a life. submitted by /u/EliotFox [link] [comments]
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Despite the horrible writing decisions this season and arguably lasts, tonight’s episode (on top of the past episodes he directed) shows how well Miguel Sapochnik can direct a suspenseful and meaningful episode. I thought it was damn well near perfect. Though I disagree with a few plot points that happened in this episode, he did … Read moreHopefully popular opinion: Tonight’s episode cemented Miguel Sapochnik as one of the best television directors of all time. Let’s discuss.