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Originally posted by eyesintime:
Just started watching season 3 on DVD. I've enjoyed the first two episodes, but doesn't seem quite as good so far as the first two seasons. Just wondering overall how people felt season 3 stacked up against 1 and 2?


My overall impression of the seasons so far goes like this:

Season 1: #2
Season 2: #3
Season 3: #4
Season 4: #1

I liked season 3, and it picks up a little nearer the end, but it is easily my least favorite of the seasons -- it seems like even the action in it is really just exposition serving as a bridge to the supreme awesomeness that is season 4. Still, I thought it was decent... and if you'll notice where season 4 ranks (and it is imperative, obviously, that you watch all of season 3 before starting season 4) it is definitely worth continuing. Definitely.
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Originally posted by winetarelli:
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Originally posted by eyesintime:
Just started watching season 3 on DVD. I've enjoyed the first two episodes, but doesn't seem quite as good so far as the first two seasons. Just wondering overall how people felt season 3 stacked up against 1 and 2?


My overall impression of the seasons so far goes like this:

Season 1: #2
Season 2: #3
Season 3: #4
Season 4: #1

I liked season 3, and it picks up a little nearer the end, but it is easily my least favorite of the seasons -- it seems like even the action in it is really just exposition serving as a bridge to the supreme awesomeness that is season 4. Still, I thought it was decent... and if you'll notice where season 4 ranks (and it is imperative, obviously, that you watch all of season 3 before starting season 4) it is definitely worth continuing. Definitely.


Thanks for your thoughts Winetarelli. I was definitely planning on finishing the season and actually watched two more episodes late last night. Your assessment of season 3 really put into words what I was feeling about the season so far -- it is just kind of moving along. One thing I have noticed about season 3 that I didn't notice in previous seasons (though it's been awhile since I watched those) is some almost tongue-in-cheek scenes that, at least right now, don't really have anything to do with the plot and seem a little "beneath" the quality of the series. Those plus the "just-moving-along" aspect of the season so far had me wondering if the quality was dropping. Good to hear season 4 is so good.
Trailer certainly did nothing to tamp down any excitement about the new season starting next month. I read a frame by frame analysis of the trailer, and there were a couple of departures from the books noted (I haven't read the books). The new characters that are being introduced to the series will likely be very fascinating.
The slowly building up of nuclear level weapons as the dragons are growing at a ferocious rate under daenerys in the city of meeren.

meanwhile in the free cities, a small group ventures out and tries to strike a seperate deal with daenerys much against prince aegon targaryens authority.

just kidding... thought i'd interject with our foolish politics state side =)
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Originally posted by spo:
Great episodes so far. They feel like they are over way too quickly.

+1

This is the first season where I'm watching each week rather than binging through a season at once. Not sure which I enjoy more but right now I may say binging because to your point, after 50 minutes I want more than watching credits.
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Originally posted by spo:
Great episodes so far. They feel like they are over way too quickly.

+1

This is the first season where I'm watching each week rather than binging through a season at once. Not sure which I enjoy more but right now I may say binging because to your point, after 50 minutes I want more than watching credits.


Couldn't agree more. I heard the show is using abit of chapters from Book 3,4,5. So book readers will have the feeling its jumping all over the place. Speaking of the book (Don't worry. No Spoilers here), George RR Martin's book editor Jane Johnson was quite ticked off about some divergence from the book. Mainly how Loras Tyrell was marginalized into a very minor character, and a "certain" recent death on Season 5 that was not warranted.

And my beef is that the producers cutted out a lot of Stannis's witty one liners. For a Lobster-like character who never smiles, the guy actually got a great sense of humor IMO.

In fairness tho, I did love Ser Bronn's expanded role in the show.
Q: Who's that ?
A: Jamie Fooking Lannister.
They are deviating from the books a lot and it cannot be helped. Some of the changes have been good, others have not made much sense but whatever - I try to judge the show on its own as much as possible.

So far I am enjoying the season. Personally, I would always prefer more Arya and less Dany - true also in the books for me. On re-reads, I often skip Dany chapters.

Regardless, this season has been pretty enjoyable so far with the exception of the Sons of Harpy episode which blew chunks and made absolutely no sense.
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Originally posted by Jcocktosten:
They are deviating from the books a lot and it cannot be helped. Some of the changes have been good, others have not made much sense but whatever - I try to judge the show on its own as much as possible.

So far I am enjoying the season. Personally, I would always prefer more Arya and less Dany - true also in the books for me. On re-reads, I often skip Dany chapters.

Regardless, this season has been pretty enjoyable so far with the exception of the Sons of Harpy episode which blew chunks and made absolutely no sense.


Having not read the books, I cannot comment on what will happen... but since they are deviating anyway...


I think they are setting things up for Tyrion to become Dany's primary advisor.

There hasn't been nearly as much Dany sex/nudity which makes her storyline less interesting, but I still like it.

Agreed, I love Arya and hope she continues to play a major role and they don't switch actors if she becomes "a girl".

I like the season so far and/but Stannis is a much more likable character this season so far which I find interesting. They managed to turn Jamie into a sympathetic character (and sortof The Hound, too) so I suppose anything is possible.

I'm glad Bran isn't in this season. I have no use for him nor his storyline.

I've loved the buddy duo routine of Bronn and Jamie, though.

As soon as I saw Indira Varma last season I knew she had to have more than a few lines. I'm interested to see where that storyline goes -- but I have my reservations.

Overall, not as amazing as season 4 so far, but still very strong -- and plus no Bran!

Also, since I know that this season may pass some aspects of where the books are -- and I haven't read the books, and I know that nothing has been revealed in the books anyway -- by the end of this season I'm betting we see Jon Snow not burned by fire.
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Originally posted by gigabit:
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Originally posted by Jcocktosten:
Personally, I would always prefer more Arya and less Dany - true also in the books for me. On re-reads, I often skip Dany chapters.

Both she (Daenerys) and Cersei have become very tedious characters.


Show or book? They are trying to make show Cersei much more sympathetic than the books - and more rational and less insane and paranoid
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Originally posted by Jcocktosten:
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Originally posted by gigabit:
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Originally posted by Jcocktosten:
Personally, I would always prefer more Arya and less Dany - true also in the books for me. On re-reads, I often skip Dany chapters.

Both she (Daenerys) and Cersei have become very tedious characters.


Show or book? They are trying to make show Cersei much more sympathetic than the books - and more rational and less insane and paranoid

Wait. They are trying to make show Cersei more sympathetic?! Wow. TV Cersei is about as unsympathetic a character as I've seen on TV (short of Joffrey and the Boltons). I'd hate to see book Cersei.
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Originally posted by Jcocktosten:
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Originally posted by gigabit:
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Originally posted by Jcocktosten:
Personally, I would always prefer more Arya and less Dany - true also in the books for me. On re-reads, I often skip Dany chapters.

Both she (Daenerys) and Cersei have become very tedious characters.


Show or book? They are trying to make show Cersei much more sympathetic than the books - and more rational and less insane and paranoid

Wait. They are trying to make show Cersei more sympathetic?! Wow. TV Cersei is about as unsympathetic a character as I've seen on TV (short of Joffrey and the Boltons). I'd hate to see book Cersei.


Yup. At least 100 times worse in the books, if not more. Lena Headley's performance is probably why they went this route. By this point in the books, she has basically gone bat sh++ crazy
The great thing is they're going away from the books and working directly toward the ending they've discussed with George Martin. In doing so they are exposing many of the time-wasters that he created in books 4 & 5. They are either going to combine both of them into one season or combine both of them over a season and a half. The show is quickly becoming superior to the books--most of this due to Martin's editor not being able to stand up to him.
I enjoy the TV series and frankly like the fact they aren't getting into the murk of Books 4 and 5 as much.

I agree that the Dany chapters are really dull. I just don't care what is going on in Mereen. It's like Martin is just killing time to let the dragons grow up so Dany can take them across the sea when she invades Westeros (FYI for those who haven't read books - that's not a spoiler, that's just my supposition).
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Originally posted by Rothko:
What do you think about the selection of Lena Headley as Cersei?

She isn't what I pictured Cersei to look like, and I personally think she's better looking as a brunette, but I've enjoyed her acting and I think she's really defined the role.

After her work on the cut short, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, I was glad to see her again. And she has played the role perfectly.
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Originally posted by The Old Man:
If it's no to the second, it's definitely a yes to the first. Can't have it both ways.


Wrong - discussing personality does not spoil events - if you consider that a spoiler than no reference to the books would ever not constitute a spoiler.

Rothko - I think she has been great - although her performance is more steel and less fire than the original - or is that too much of a spoiler for you too The Old Man.
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Originally posted by The Old Man:
The great thing is they're going away from the books and working directly toward the ending they've discussed with George Martin. In doing so they are exposing many of the time-wasters that he created in books 4 & 5. They are either going to combine both of them into one season or combine both of them over a season and a half. The show is quickly becoming superior to the books--most of this due to Martin's editor not being able to stand up to him.


i whole heartedly agree

i dont know how i snoozed through books 4 and 5
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Originally posted by g-man:
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Originally posted by The Old Man:
The great thing is they're going away from the books and working directly toward the ending they've discussed with George Martin. In doing so they are exposing many of the time-wasters that he created in books 4 & 5. They are either going to combine both of them into one season or combine both of them over a season and a half. The show is quickly becoming superior to the books--most of this due to Martin's editor not being able to stand up to him.


i whole heartedly agree

i dont know how i snoozed through books 4 and 5


+1. My interest took an increasing dive in books 4 and 5.

Every once in a while the show/movie is better than the book. 'A good year' is another imo. Very different genre, but the movie was much better than the book imo.
Absolutely agree. Once they had Sansa going to Winterfell with the Boltons, this was the only logical outcome and it was totally predicable.

The uproar seems to be 2 fronts:

1. The showrunners have overused and been tone dead to rape (ie. the Jaime/Cersei debacle from last season) and there was no real point to it in this instance; and

2. Sansa's character arc was growing from being less of a victim to a more active participant and doing this and then focusing on Theon rather than Sansa made no sense and was detrimental to the character growth.

I don't get 1 and on 2 while I don't agree as I think those fans vastly overestimate Sansa - I do at least see their point
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2. Sansa's character arc was growing from being less of a victim to a more active participant and doing this and then focusing on Theon rather than Sansa made no sense and was detrimental to the character growth.


As to point 2 certainly the route to her strength is naturally not a straight line. I don't think it's really been a picnic for any of the strong characters. Unfortunately, in Westeros, rape is common, and for Ramsey, who enjoys subjugation and causing suffering, a natural method.

As for the actress Sophie Tucker, "When I read that scene, I kinda loved it. I love the way Ramsay had Theon watching."
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Decidedly mixed episode in my opinion.

We don't agree. I'm shocked.


I don't see how that is possible objectively:

Good

A. Kings Landing scenes were awesome -

B. Aemon scene was fabulous

C. Stannis scene good

D. Excellent move getting Tyrion to Dany - although the fighting scene and much of the interaction with the slavers made no sense -

E. Winterfell - mostly good although the Brienne shot was sort of pointless -


Bad:

A. Dorne scenes - horrible again

B. Jon Snow/Tormund/Aliser - whatever - fine but the whole story does not make much sense.

C. Gilly/Sam/Ghost - why exactly was Ghost there? Not ranging with Jon? Where has Ghost been all season? Oh, more potential rape - fantastic followed by post-attempted rape, consensual sex. Super.

As for the Mereneese problem in the Books - the show has given up any obligation to make any coherent sense regarding distance and the time it takes to travel so simplifying some of the issues is no problem - so Jamie and Bronn can stroll into Water Garden, Jorah and Tyrion can magically get to Mereeen etc.

Still it was a good episode overall but with some major weaknesses. Pretty universal reaction from what I have seen.
Two characters that were quickly becoming rather boring/predictable, Cersei and Daenerys, FINALLY, have had their roles altered by circumstance or interaction with other characters!

The scenes between Daenerys and Tyrion were sensational! Peter Dinklage continues to shine, very brightly, in his role.

I had a strong feeling that, during last night's episode, Theon would tell Sansa that her brothers were alive. I wonder if that will allow for an update on Rickon's whereabouts and a continuation to Bran's storyline (before this season concludes).

The battle at the end of last night's episode was absolutely incredible! It must have nearly exhausted HBO's CGI budget for this season, but it was well worth it. (Yep, Valarian steel counters the White Walkers. Hmmm, I wonder which other characters in the Seven Kingdoms might be carrying such a sword?)

I can't wait for the final two weeks!
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Originally posted by gigabit:

I had a strong feeling that, during last night's episode, Theon would tell Sansa that her brothers were alive. I wonder if that will allow for an update on Rickon's whereabouts and a continuation to Bran's storyline (before this season concludes).



HBO has said they are not in this season at all.

I suppose that makes sense, as neither of them has appeared yet, why add them to the myriad other storylines that still need progression?
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Still did not make much sense - I thought they also suggested in the show that he was part of if not the leader - I could be wrong


Well, he wasn't exactly their leader, but he was the head of one of the great houses of Mereen. So kinda like a Kardashian.

They probably killed him for being a collaborator and insider with Daenarys instead of being on their side.
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Originally posted by Danyull:
Uggghhh...

I hate how Stannis went from a hard but principled leader into an anus.


To set this up, somehow the best military commander in Westeros had his entire supply line destroyed by a psycho with 20 men - perfectly logical. Eek


Or some of the most elite soldiers in Essos are easily killed by a mob of rich people with short swords. And the beloved common people that outnumber them 10:1 don't want to get involved.
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Originally posted by Danyull:
Uggghhh...

I hate how Stannis went from a hard but principled leader into an anus.


To set this up, somehow the best military commander in Westeros had his entire supply line destroyed by a psycho with 20 men - perfectly logical. Eek


It's not. But the weather was the perfect storm (no pun intended) for defenses to be less than ideal, especially when the majority of Stannis' army is made up of sellswords who aren't used to life in cold climates.

What was illogical to me was how the camp could go up in flames so quickly when there's icy conditions everywhere. The amount of accelerant needed to accomplish that would require way more than 20 men to transport and deploy.
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Originally posted by jburman82:
If what I think is going to happen actually happens, Im done with the show.


If it is something that actually happened in the 5th book, then I imagine its such a major thing, they at least have to make it happen....or at least make it seem like it will happen. If we are thinking of same thing, I'd say the last episode set it up.
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Originally posted by jburman82:
If what I think is going to happen actually happens, Im done with the show.


If it is something that actually happened in the 5th book, then I imagine its such a major thing, they at least have to make it happen....or at least make it seem like it will happen. If we are thinking of same thing, I'd say the last episode set it up.


The stare and walk away last episode combined with Sam's talk with the little f%&ker has me convinced.

Im tired of them killing the only characters I like. If they kill him, there is only one character left(Tyrion) I like. Im not watching an hour of TV for just for his 5 minutes of screen time each week.

JC, if they kill him and bring him back to life thats just ridiculous.
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Originally posted by Pinotlvr:
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Originally posted by jburman82:
If what I think is going to happen actually happens, Im done with the show.


If it is something that actually happened in the 5th book, then I imagine its such a major thing, they at least have to make it happen....or at least make it seem like it will happen. If we are thinking of same thing, I'd say the last episode set it up.


The stare and walk away last episode combined with Sam's talk with the little f%&ker has me convinced.

Im tired of them killing the only characters I like. If they kill him, there is only one character left(Tyrion) I like. Im not watching an hour of TV for just for his 5 minutes of screen time each week.

JC, if they kill him and bring him back to life thats just ridiculous.


Watch for Ghost - This is no spoilers so I am not saying anything else on it until after next week-
I hated the last episode, it was a character assassination of Stannis. While I understand the show is soon passing the book in terms of progress, and stories must diverge paths sooner or later. But that was just bad writing and I just can't let that slide as an audience. It didn't fit Stannis Iron-like character to do something like that. After all he has been through, including starved in Storms End for a year without surrendering, now he suddenly sacrifice his blood 1 day after he lost some supplies and horses??? It just doesn't make sense. Having said that, the actor, Stephen Dillane, was great at his protrayal of the douchy version of Stannis.

Extra Info for anyone interested: Book 5 Stannis vs Season 5 Stannis
*May contain spoilers concerning S5 Episode 9*


Also, Ayra 's story arc has been pretty boring this season, it served no purpose nor any entertainment value in the entire season. WTF was that all about ? Mace Tyrell's singing gig may give 1/10 audience a dry chuckle at best, while Myern Trant's "Too Old" one liner only garnered him some Pedo-bear-like celebrity status on the internet. Overall there was no character development of any sorts, hell, Ayra didn't even killed anyone this season.

And The Kingslayer - Doran Martell story arc was one of the worse to watch. Obyern's lady was ready to start a war by murdering a child. Next thing you know it's one big happy family again. "oh I am Sorry, I didn't think this through, it's probably a misunderstanding, let's be friends". For a moment, I thought I was watching some crap like days of our lives or General Hospital. Thank goodness the Sand-snake's boobie scene single-handedly saved that entire story arc.


I am with JB on this one. I am on the edge of dropping this show. S1-S4 was my all time fav, S5 has been lackluster, and I suppect Season 6 will be worse. All because D&D have no talents in writing their own story besides following George R.R. Martin's script. Saying this may seem harsh, but I predict Season 6 will be a letdown compare to the previous.
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My opinion is S5 Episode 10 has gone full retard. catmouse Hopefully they can write a better story for S6, now that the show is outpacing the book. But I wouldn't bet on that. Your guess is as good as mine as to what happen afterwards. Anyways, my thoughts on this episode.


1st. Brienne and Pod aren't even Northerners, How did they not get found out by Guards/Scouts while lurking near a City that is soon under Siege? And how did they made contact to the locals to know about the candle and the tower signal thing??? And she just happens to pinpoint Stannis 's location in a battle of 10000 people ??? seems legit.

2nd. Doran Martell... what happen to Mercella made him like a clown losing control. The guy may be in wheelchair, but he is certainly calling the shots. By doing that poison scene, it just makes him looks weak, and eventually force his hands going to war, doing a vengeful woman's bidding. It's like one episode he is Don Corleone, one episode he is reduced to an errand boy. I don't like how they are portraying him here.

3rd. Mellisandra running and crying scene, running into Davos, that just doesn't feel right to me. She's not her deceptive and mysterious self, and that just seems... out of place.

4th. Stannis... I won't elaborate much but I guess no one saw that coming, probably not even GRRM. The show made him a self-destructive suicidal fool, but in fact he is a great tactican; stubborn, but not suicidal. And how did the Sell swords left overnight without anyone noticing? you think someone as competent as Stannis won't notice and do something about it? and it just so happens the sellswords owns ALL of the horses ??? come on ....

5th. Ayra. Finally 1 enjoyable scene rage

6th. Jon. This was widely expected to happen by book readers (just in a slightly different manner in the books). I think many people are on the same idea suspecting "something" significant will happen after this. So many fan girls gonna be raged.

7th Cersei 's Penance walk. A very good scene, wanted to see her suffer since Season 1. But I couldn't help noticing Quyburn didn't announce who the knight was. For those find small details interesting, you might have suspected he's the revived zombizied Mountain. His alias is Ser Robert Strong. (before Tywin died, he thought they should announce the mountain's death to appease the Martell's from declaring War. So now, he has a new name and helmet covering up his face) Anyways, that's just some interesting info aside.
I want to see what Sir Robert Strong does in season 6. That cult has problems.

Somehow I thought Stannis would succeed.

Jon should have taken Stannis' offer and left Knight's watch.

I wonder if the wildlings will now be murdered. Maybe there is too many of them though.

Indira Varma's character was trouble, Martell should have had her killed just to be safe.

I can't believe The Old Man is the only other guy in this thread who is not spouting complete gibberish. Have you guys read his posts? Most of them are total shit. Smile
The epsiode felt hackey to me. Super rushed trying to tie up and leave a cliff hanger for every story line.

I just dont understand what they did to Stannis. They make everyone like him in one episode then turn him into an imbecile the rest of the season then he's dead.

So many of these story lines just dont interest me. Pretty much Jon's and thats it. Now he's dead . . . maybe.
Overall I thought it was an excellent episode and excellent season of GOT with some notable exceptions.

Cersei's walk of shame was phenomenal in my view. Tracked the book largely and frankly was close to how I imagined it when I read it - well well done.

I thought Mereen played out pretty well this ep. Loved seeing the Varys Tyrion get together. They should do an entire series with just those 2 actors talking - I would watch.

Arya's scenes worked for me. Was a good twist to the books to get her blind and there certainly was satisfaction seeing Trant eat it.

Stannis - well I was never a big Stannis fan so can't say this was very surprising. Lots of the book camp Stannis the Mannis super-fans will be hugely disappointed - but I always saw it going that way. Perhaps the Pink letter was not so false? Who knows?

Theon - his at least partial redemption story pays off - presumably they will encounter Brienne and Pod - and go hunt for Rickon - we shall see I guess.

Dorne - Of course sucked as it has all season - completely illogical and stupid.

Jon Snow and Night's Watch - Sam heading to Old Town - just as expected except it was his idea rather than Jon's. The set up for the stabbing was kind of lame but why would Alliser let him through the walls last episode and stab him this episode? That seemed both weird and out of character - all of a sudden he is like the mutineers at Crasters who killed LC Mormont? Also what about the white walkers and wights? There was no discussion of them? No Wun Wun to set it off.

All quibbles generally but the biggest flaw IMO was the absence of Ghost either on screen or even mention of him. Where has he been all season except the one scene where he saved Sam and Gilly - the showrunners seem unenthused about the whole Dire Wolf tie in which is so crucial in the books and I think that is one change that has been a bummer big time.

With all that - I thought it a great ep and a great season -

Unlike TOM, I don't believe it is at all surpassing of the books but I did enjoy this season.
I don't really want to get into defending the show. I'll just make a couple of points. First, for the record, I've never been one to compare books and movies. "It wasn't as good as the book" to me is a meaningless statement and not a review. I only have mentioned it here because it deals with an author who has refused to move his story along, dropped tons time-wasters (as shown by the focus of the TV show) and is now watching it (the books) shrink in comparison to the TV show.

Complaints about Dorne: It was never an important element to the story. Martin spends 200+ pages there with almost nothing of real interest.

"But I couldn't help noticing Quyburn didn't announce who the knight was. For those find small details interesting, you might have suspected he's the revived zombizied Mountain."

We all know who he is, he's been getting ready for his closeup in the basement--Cersei even visited. And oh yeah, he's big as a...

"...why would Alliser let him through the walls last episode and stab him this episode?"

It might not have been pretty what would have occurred between him and the Wildings if he did. Easier to bring him in and kill him.

"After all he has been through, including starved in Storms End for a year without surrendering, now he suddenly sacrifice his blood 1 day after he lost some supplies and horses??? It just doesn't make sense."

Had to do it. He even said this was it--now or never. The witched had helped he before, why not increase your odds by following her lead?

"Melisandre running and crying scene, running into Davos, that just doesn't feel right to me. She's not her deceptive and mysterious self, and that just seems... out of place."

Though I didn't notice her running and crying she had put her faith in her god that Stannis was the key player she had been looking for. Only natural that she would be shook that he wasn't--and who knows? Perhaps Jon is.

Loved everything with Ayra. She couldn't continue on the tear she'd been on--she had a chance to become more contemplative. Her instincts took hold at the end due to the appearance of one on her list.

"All quibbles generally but the biggest flaw IMO was the absence of Ghost either on screen or even mention of him."

I think it's been clearly shown, and discussed, that these bad boys like to go off--sometimes for a long time--and kill and eat the local game. They're loyal when around, but hey they have their own life to live.

"And she just happens to pinpoint Stannis 's location in a battle of 10000 people ???"

I note mention of coincidences in these threads. I think the show does pretty well on this regard. Besides have you ever read Shakespeare?
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Who wrote the script about the Sand Snakes and Bronn??

They should be tossed into the Black Cells...

Nothing wrong with a little diversion and a pair of very beautiful breasts.


19 year old stunner. Cersei's body double CGI was dodgy...points lost.

I don't think Lena Heady used a body double.

Yes, Bronn's "diversion" is... explode

I'm so confused. Please tell me if I got this wrong:

Arya is possibly dead, possibly blind, possibly just temporarily stunted.

Sansa is possibly dead. She jumped as far as that girl fell to her death. Are we supposed to think Sansa just escaped?

Jon Snow "is dead" but if he is actually dead it is just plain dumb. He beats a White Walker then gets killed by Ollie? (And others.) BS. Plus, I just can't believe he is dead.

Yes, Tyrion/Varys scene was great; and Arya kicking ass was great.

I could have done without Marcella being killed. That whole situation is just bizarre. The first time I've ever not liked Indira Varma.

It is gonna be a long 9 months, but this season was not as great as last season. Not at all.
Hey, I still can't believe Ned Stark is dead. I thought he was the protagonist of the whole story. When he was removed so early, that's when I really sat up and took notice of GoT.

Both the novels and the TV series have had lots of unanticipated twists and turns. That's why I love them. To me, the entertainment factor is huge.
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Who wrote the script about the Sand Snakes and Bronn??

They should be tossed into the Black Cells...

Nothing wrong with a little diversion and a pair of very beautiful breasts.


19 year old stunner. Cersei's body double CGI was dodgy...points lost.

I don't think Lena Heady used a body double.


Apparently, a body double was used.

http://uproxx.com/tv/2015/06/lena-headey-body-double/
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I don't think Lena Heady used a body double.

She did. Not a secret.

I'm so confused. Please tell me if I got this wrong:

Arya is possibly dead, possibly blind...

Yes.

possibly just temporarily stunted.

"Stunted"? Don't know.

Sansa is possibly dead. She jumped as far as that girl fell to her death. Are we supposed to think Sansa just escaped?

Falling onto many inches of snow is better than falling onto the hard stone floor.

Jon Snow "is dead" but if he is actually dead it is just plain dumb. He beats a White Walker then gets killed by Ollie? (And others.)

Yes. Just ask Julius Caesar who defeated many what a little treachery can do.

BS. Plus, I just can't believe he is dead.

Perhaps, as said there is an unholy ally right near by.

Yes, Tyrion/Varys scene was great; and Arya kicking ass was great.

I could have done without Marcella being killed. That whole situation is just bizarre. The first time I've ever not liked Indira Varma.

She's a character in a TV show. The script made her do it.

It is gonna be a long 9 months, but this season was not as great as last season. Not at all.

OK.
Last edited by The Old Man

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