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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by SoBelle0, Apr 15, 2013.
^This! And, that's why I watch first, and read up to where I've watched afterwards.
I don't think Robb is losing the war. Odds are that, eventually, he will lose. But he has won every battle. Robb has made it clear in his dressing down of his cousin that he will lose by attrition alone. And he was pissed that the Mountain escaped his grasp.
I think Dany has to take possession of the soldiers first before killing the slave master. They won't follow her until they belong to her. After that, well, if the dragon chooses to kill him and come back to her, what's a girl to do but take the dragon back?
Loved Dany's comment of "he was NOT the last dragon".
I screamed out loud! Did NOT see that coming either.
BTW - Did anyone notice the song they were playing during the closing credits? It was a punk rock version of the same song the men were singing when they were riding through the woods when jaimie and brienne were on the horse together tied up.
I admit to feeling a bit sorry for Theon this episode.
She is the Mother of Dragons. I think she will be able to call the dragon back to her whenever she wishes. What's the guy going to do if it wants to leave...stop it?
While I am also conflicted about Jaime, I will remind you that he killed his cousin in order to escape. But everything he ever said has always been quite honest, insightful, funny, and practical.
Killing his cousin doesn't have the same impact as what he did to Bran.
No argument here. Just making sure the "con" side of the ledger is fully checked
This is one character that is totally and fundamentally changed. Amazing turn of events.
I keep remembering things as well.
Mance, upon finding the spiral of horse parts: "Always the artists."
Yes, but he gets to be a lord in the deal, so I think he was not too disappointed. And not just lord of Harrenhal, but if he marries Lady Arryn (Catelyn's crazy sister who was breastfeeding the 7 year old from season 1) as was discussed in the show, he pretty much becomes lord over the Vale also. Sweet deal.
During the funeral scene, I loved when the older guy just decided to fire the shot properly and walked away without looking, knowing it will land on the boat.
YES! That zoom out shot was amazing!
Also, she may breastfeed him too, if he's lucky.
Why buy a cow if you can marry one.
YES!! I was going to mention that part. They were all getting more and more upset and the body was getting further and further away, finally Blackfish just shoves the kid out of the way, looks at the flag to gauge the wind, fires and tosses the bow back to the kid without even seeing that the arrow landed. So badasssss.
ETA This. Because I loved it so much.
Technically speaking, a pull-back.
Now this is my face, literally and figuratively.
Okay I'm done with "Cristina's image fun" now
Not exactly a kid. I keep seeing him as Marcus Junius Brutus from HBO's "Rome".
I didn't watch that and you're right, he wasn't a kid but to Blackfish he surely was.
Missed a golden opportunity to make it a zoom out gif!
I'm at work. Don't have the ability to record myself or I just might have! (yes I just have bitchface pics of myself laying around)
Okay I lied because this was just too good. I've missed Varys. And he and Tyrion's friendship.
I was cackling during this.