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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by john4200, Apr 22, 2013.
Looked like he was gagged with a thick piece of rope.
Or Littlefinger either doesn't actually want to marry Lysa, or doubts his ability to accomplish that, but isn't willing to object to the Hand's strong suggestion to go try to marry Lysa.
(If nothing else leaving now sticks someone else (Tyrion) with the problem of the massive debt the kingdom has aquired; and what to do for money to pay for the war if the lending train has stopped)
They might have done so just to humiliate Jamie by tricking him into drinking it. OTOH you can get almost the same amusement simply by telling him the water is horse piss - and then you don't need to bother collecting any, or contaminating a canteen with it.
It looked to me to be sewn shut. Which makes sense, since he could conceivably cast a spell if allowed to speak.
I guess we then know he did not come from Pyke!
(think about it...a little more...there you go )
I agree it looked to be sewn shut.
I'm still thinking..... thinking some more
Is the joke something like: iron men never shut up?
LOL...That's just Theon
Their motto is "We do not sow"
A horrible pun, I know, which is why I didn't want to actually type it
1) That's not as bad as you think
2) Gah!!!!! I should have been able to figure that one out
I thought it was so-so.
Here is this episode's "What if GoT had a facebook" image.
Looks like it is broke up, the rest of the images can be found here:
On my TV, it looked like the Wizard's mouth was sewn shut. Looking at the screen capture on the above facebook spoof, it does indeed look like some sort of rag is wrapped around his head, and that the rag has some sort of string bundling it up, which gave the mistaken impression of his mouth being sewn shut.
I liked the scene where Sansa is praying at the weirwood stump in Kings Landing. They didn't feel a need to point out that it was a stump, just had it there, her praying. Good stuff.
I didn't notice that.
billypritchard is referring to the fact that most northerners pray to the old gods, which they always do at weirwood trees (the red trees with faces on them, like in that garden in Winterfell, or the tree where Jon Snow took his oath to the nights watch). We were told at one point that when the southerners turned to the new gods, they cut down all of the weirwood trees in the south. But apparently sansa found a stump to pray at.
I consider myself a pretty bright guy, but the **** I miss in this show... Srsly.
Thanks for pointing that out. I did not notice that at all and I doubt I would have noticed it on my third viewing.
At this point, I watch it live first, a second time Monday night, and a third time Saturday or Sunday to prepare for the next show. The third viewing works well because we had discussed the show on TCF by then and I've read 2-3 reviews. I can then just relax and absorb everything going on.
QFT - No kidding. I watch the show, and then I come here to really understand what happened
You don't think 8000 Unsullied could persuade someone in the harbor to take them on board?
a summary of the episode.
LOL @ "Burn, sexist bald man, BURN."
Joff, I'm your Uncle Daddy.