Game of Thrones - Episode Discussion

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I'm the only one who didn't really care about Hodor?

Scene with this childern of the forest laying there like 'whatever' while zombies were cutting her was low key hilarious for me.

it was messed up bc he did nothing wrong, he was nice person who just got into shitty situation

and whole scene was so messed up, like bc of Bran he went like that, only saying Hodor and now he died bc of him

and it starts to ask questions, what else Bran can do

 

like he was so happy and pure about his food and next thing you know, he dies to save Bran

things like that broke my heart

It wasn't Meera screaming 'hold the door'? Like she is responsible for this as well. Ane yeah it was messed up. I don't buy this hodor is like this because something in the future caused him to be like this where he already been like this.

I feel like they are going to kill off a lot of characters this season. So we better get used to it. I am kind of tired of every show using time travel in their story line though. I had enough of that when the show Lost was on.

I wonder if Kinvara has a granny poon.

Even though I hate the Lannisters I love this song. 

 

Boss type shit.

#TEAMRAMSAY

never cared about Jon

#TEAMRAMSAYnever cared about Jon

How dare you!! Lol.

Naw I don't really care about Jon either but Ramsay is a pos.

I'm ready for tonight.

*********** tonight!!!!!!!!!!

Westworld trailer tonight before Sansa takes back Winterfell. >>>>>

#TEAMRAMSAYnever cared about Jon

Wtf you must be some type of special person to be a fan of a sick **** like Ramsay lol. 

#TeamJonSnow can't wait for him to kill Ramsay & take back the North.

schaboszczak wrote:

#TEAMRAMSAYnever cared about Jon

Wtf you must be some type of special person to be a fan of a sick **** like Ramsay lol. #TeamJonSnow can't wait for him to kill Ramsay & take back the North.

Ramsay IS a character while Snow... not so much. Without White Walkers his story is a snoozefest

For the night is dark and full of terrors.

Profoundly satisfying.

That is all.

Omg this was one hell of an episode!! I was watching it on my phone just pacing through the house because I was so nervous.

Fantastic episode! Love Jon , but also a huge Ramsay fan. Great character.

This season ended very well. The middle started to take a nose dive but the last two episodes were great. 

I don't know about anyone else but the king of the north scene gave me chills and I was really happy.

The only thing that upset me was the death of Margery but oh well. Lol

Margaery ugly *** needed to go.

Wahhhh no I like Margaery Sad

Wahhhh no I like Margaery Sad

They made it seem like she was undermining the high sparrow and just going along with what he is saying so to kill her off with the sparrows didn't make sense to me.

OMFG at the first 20 minutes. That opening...the music. Then the ending....CERSEI vs Jaime confirmed. 

Very well directed.

OMFG at the first 20 minutes. That opening...the music. Then the ending....CERSEI vs Jaime confirmed. Very well directed.

I really liked the music this episode too. I also love how consistently creatively violent GoT has been with the human pies and children stabbing Lancel Lanister this ep. I feel like Jamie will kill Cercei now but Aria also has to check her off of the list and Olenna Tyrell is plottin now so idk.

I love how Varys just teleports. One time he is in Dorne and next on boat with Dany. But all season Sam have traveled and only now made it Biggrin

 

DScott wrote:

Wahhhh no I like Margaery Sad

They made it seem like she was undermining the high sparrow and just going along with what he is saying so to kill her off with the sparrows didn't make sense to me.

Yes, it was weird. Like what was point Biggrin

I love how Varys just teleports. One time he is in Dorne and next on boat with Dany. But all season Sam have traveled and only now made it :D 
melm3 wrote:

DScott wrote:Wahhhh no I like Margaery Sad

They made it seem like she was undermining the high sparrow and just going along with what he is saying so to kill her off with the sparrows didn't make sense to me.

Yes, it was weird. Like what was point Biggrin

I think it did make sense, if you put all that in the perspective of Cersei. She got Margery and Lansal arrested and Margery succeed from that. To Cersei, Margery is the new beautiful queen taking her spot and she feared Margery. So she did what she had to do, Kill all her enemies. I'm sad to see her go, as I think she died at the fault of the Sparrow and not her own.

Cersei undermined herself as always... she killed Margery causing Tommen to kill himself...

While we all knew it was coming I was happy that it was confirmed that Ned was indeed the moral high mark we all believed... and Jon is really Dani's brother. I don't get why he wouldn't have told Kat the truth though...

Oh and that little girl, Lady Mormont... read baby... she puts them all in check

I'm still hopeful that next season will mark the appearance of Lady Stoneheart

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