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You missed the addition of Stannis' "sons". Lovingly preserved by Selyse.

 

Or Karstarks beheading, it's a long program, a lot happens in it.

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Great episode.

    [*]The cave scene with Jon and Ygritte was handled well. If only GoT was on Starz. :( J/k!

    [*]The Trial by Combat was excellent, as well as the other Beric/Thoros scenes.

    [*]Shireen Baratheon is adorable. Loved the episode making her Davos' friend.

    [*]The final scene with Tywin taking charge was powerhouse domination by Dance. I love Cercei's reactions during the whole scene.  At first she was "yeah who's your daddy!" and then it was "wait wha?"

    [*]The bath scene, enough said.

    [*]The Barristan/Jorah convo was great, fleshed out the two quasi-rivals trying to claim top dog spot.

    [*]The Grey Worm scene was handled well.

 

Someone give NCW his Emmy nomination for this episode, he nailed it perfectly.

 

So The Young Wolf appears to have the same flaws as his father.  What good did it do to kill Lord Karstark?

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So The Young Wolf appears to have the same flaws as his father.  What good did it do to kill Lord Karstark?

 

He miscalculated a bit in the trade-offs. On the one hand, it caused the Karstark forces to return north. On the other hand it sends a message to the other lords to fall in line.

 

Robb doesn't quite mirror his father. Ned Stark wouldn't have married this Talisa woman, let alone let things get so far as a romantic relationship. At least compared to Season 1 Ned, Robb is more inclined to let emotions affect his decisions.

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there was a lot of nudity in this episode but for once it wasnt superfluous !

 

dance is an amazing actor who commands the scene, he's like "  i'm your daddy ! ughhh...." it must be quite the blow to his ego to have kids like that , i suspect that in the matter of cersei/jaimie rumors he blames cersei  and jaimie comes out of it pristine

 

cersei's facial expressions is too much fun as she goes from smug to dismay at being put down at same level as tyrion , for all her power trips she ain't no better than him  and has no say in her destiny either , that must be the bane of her entire existence ,eating away at her deep down

 

as for sansa , tsk tsk once again life is going to teach her a harsh lesson , it ain't a bed of roses !

 

i wished they hadnt mentionned littlefinger's voyage so soon they keep talking about it like its imminent but when you think about it , many things have to happened before he actually leaves 

 

i was kinda miffed loras seemed over his grief already , or maybe this is his way of dealing with his grief,who knows?

 

as for robb , he breaks my heart , everytime i see him he just breaks my heart , the apple didnt fall far from the tree at all , how uncanny! i actually think he's more good-looking than john snow but snow has a sweet side to him , he knows nothing ! although i guess he now knows a little bit more now

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Littlefinger leaves next episode since Lysa and her son have been confirmed to appear in Episode 7 from what I have read about actor appearances. Makes no sense for them to appear if Baelish hasn't arrived in the Vale by then. Book spoilers below.

 

It's not when he leaves that matters for careful timing, it's when he "comes back" that does.

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Great episode even though there was a lot of wtf moments. What's his name coming back to life proves that The Lord of light exists right? Side note, Arya's "burn in hell!" was absolutely chilling. I love her so much this season. I felt so bad for her when Gendry decided to abandon her.The Jaime confession was great, but I don't understand why we should care. Is he trying to say he's a nice guy after all and that he killed the king for the people? Why did he push a kid out of a 3 story window then if he's so nice? Fuck off with your sensitivity Jaime lannister. Ain't nobody got time for that.The ending was awesome but obviously a step down from "... Jacarus..." Nobody tops Danarys.

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The Jaime confession was great, but I don't understand why we should care. Is he trying to say he's a nice guy after all and that he killed the king for the people? Why did he push a kid out of a 3 story window then if he's so nice? Fuck off with your sensitivity Jaime lannister. Ain't nobody got time for that.The ending was awesome but obviously a step down from "... Jacarus..." Nobody tops Danarys.

 

The point of the Jaime thing is a testament to GRRM and his characters.  None of them are completely black & white "good" or "bad."  The good ones sometimes do bag things and vice versa.  Jaime isn't nearly as bad as people like to think.  Yes, the Bran thing was horrible, but there's a lot more to him than meets the eye.

 

 

p.s. ... it's "Dracarys"

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"The Jaime confession was great, but I don't understand why we should care. Is he trying to say he's a nice guy after all and that he killed the king for the people? Why did he push a kid out of a 3 story window then if he's so nice? Fuck off with your sensitivity Jaime lannister. Ain't nobody got time for that."

 

 

This is what is best about the show..

Not everything is black and white.

 

Ned  Stark is seen as a saint to others and a honourable fool to most.

 

Jamie is seen as a man with no morals but is a man who still has goodness in him.

 

I sort of spoiled myself learning the plot points, so when I see a character do something.

 

I don't go "ohh wonder this person is about to do"

 

Its more like soo it begins...

 

 

I dread when the great sad moment comes, it will be one one of the most saddest things on the show... Will it be in the 2nd last show? That is where it appears GOT has the biggest moments.

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"The Jaime confession was great, but I don't understand why we should care. Is he trying to say he's a nice guy after all and that he killed the king for the people? Why did he push a kid out of a 3 story window then if he's so nice? Fuck off with your sensitivity Jaime lannister. Ain't nobody got time for that."This is what is best about the show..Not everything is black and white.Ned Stark is seen as a saint to others and a honourable fool to most.Jamie is seen as a man with no morals but is a man who still has goodness in him.I sort of spoiled myself learning the plot points, so when I see a character do something.I don't go "ohh wonder this person is about to do"Its more like soo it begins...I dread when the great sad moment comes, it will be one one of the most saddest things on the show... Will it be in the 2nd last show? That is where it appears GOT has the biggest moments.

Ugh your worrying me lol
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Lman you are spoiling without actually spoiling.Cedar, beric's resurrection only proves that magic can revive the recently dead. The red priests think that comes from the lord of light but no reader knows whether that entity really exists.

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