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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Rob Helmerichs, Aug 27, 2017.
I'm just not sure "killing them" is a viable strategy yet.
And has no one mentioned Jon Snow's butt.
We know she loved Renly. We haven't seen evidence that she has preferences to preclude that, unless we're just judging by the fact that she's a strong knight in a culture where women aren't typically that way.
I would prefer her with Tormund but I think she would definitely prefer Jaime.
It was nice, butt I was too busy cringing over the incest to really want to keep watching to see some arse.
Jon's got aunts in his pants.
Dany wouldn't send the WWs to KL. That was the whole point of the reason Dany hasn't attacked KL. She could and take it over easily but she would kill a huge percentage of the population who would be destined to become her subjects. Not a good way to win friends.
I don't understand how the first scene of the episode connects to the rest. In the first scene the unsullied are outside a castle (Highgarden?), Jamie and Bronn readying for battle (the aforementioned c*ck discussion), and the Dothraki horde come in on the horses much to Jamie and Bronn's dismay.
Second scene: Ship with Tyriorn, Dany, Jon, Hound, etc approaching King's Landing
Third scene: Cersei talking with Qyburn and Jamie.
What happened to the battle?? Is that a prologue type of thing set in the future to be shown again for the second half of season 7? Color me confused.
This joke doesn't work in New England (or Westeros.)
There was no battle. The Unsullied and Dothraki were gathering outside Kings Landing.
Tyrion is not in love with Dany!
‘Game of Thrones’ Finale Director: No ‘Romantic Jealousy’ in Tyrion’s Reaction to Jon and Dany’s Boat Sex
And then you've got to kill all the damn corpses.
Can a white walker raise any corpse even if they weren't nearby when they died? And for how long after death?
It might be even more dangerous that we realize to let them into the South where people aren't routinely burned after death. Having everybody who died in even just the last few years claw their way out of every graveyard a white walker passed by would swell their army's ranks in very alarming ways...
An extremely wordy explanation: Ask the Maester: Why Is Jon the Heir to the Iron Throne?
Towards the bottom of that article is a pretty good explanation why everybody can't just mosey over into Essos.
Book readers probably know this stuff.
this is not me gloating
Which was Dany's way of putting pressure on Cersei to agree to the proposed truce.
ohhhh! ::Face palm:: In case the truce meeting went wrong..... D'oh! thanks
Yep. In case things go sour.
So Bronn gets River Run. That right? Or was he being silly and just picking his own Castle since one isn't being picked for him?
Yeah, that's why Cersai was telling Jaime that she knows Dany has lost a dragon. Dany was displaying all her might at Kings Landing to help broker the peace.
you're so silly. Of course I'm right and the director is wrong. How is THAT not clear to you?!