Originally posted by Parcival:
Originally posted by gigabit:
Originally posted by Whoopdido:
Even though Jaime has had a rough go of it lately and he's probably gotten "better", he's still not a good person and last Sunday's show just proved that.
As terrible as his actions were, I believe that they were done out of anger toward Cersei, as if trying punish her for her cold demeanor and repeated insults.
I believe that when the entire story is finally written, Jaime will succumb to his conscience (a conscience that has been telling him that his family completely corrupt and he has greater potential to realize) and emerge as a hero.
I can see that. The woman "knight" (forget her name) that brought him home seems to have pushed him into a different direction. And, then being spurned by his sister for taking too long to come home easily could have solidified this shift in this mindset
Yes, I believe that Brienne's morality had a strong impact on him.
I believe that he has realized that he doesn't want to end up a miserable, inebriated, self-loathing, power-hungry wretch like his sister, or the greedy, heartless, manipulative person that is his father.
When all is said and done, I believe that he will cause people to respect, not fear and mistrust, the name Lannister.