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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    Last nights episode was amazing, season 3 is improving on season 2 already.

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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    After last night's episode, I can say with certainty most people will be completely pissed if Dany doesn't take the throne by the end of the series.
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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    Quote Originally Posted by -Callum- View Post
    After last night's episode, I can say with certainty most people will be completely pissed if Dany doesn't take the throne by the end of the series.
    Actually, the next moral dilemma is about to her like a ton of bricks. She may have a moral compass pointing due north towards righteousness but mind you, she just "won" an army of 8000. How does she plan to feed them?

    Throughout the rest of the book series [at least "it is known" LMAO] she will continue to face these silly moral quandaries and the outcome of her recent actions, including Qarth, have not come to fruition yet.

    Those actions don't come till to fruition when George goes Deus ex machina at the end of the fifth book for a soft reset with Dany which did piss off many readers.

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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    Kudos to whomever does the kids' make-up--I just found out that the actress playing Arya is 16. And, apparently, Bran's actor is 14. And here I thought they were still babies.

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    Poor Jaime's sword hand. That's a lot to have to endure.

    When will it end?

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Callum- View Post
    After last night's episode, I can say with certainty most people will be completely pissed if Dany doesn't take the throne by the end of the series.
    Agreed.

    Something about her, she is sooo damn sexy!


    And my hope is for Sansa to cut off Joffrey's head at some point, and laugh while she does it.

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    Yeah for nudity!

    Another great episode last nite. A little exposition for Shirene would have been nice but oh well. She has greyscale which is like having really bad psoriasis. Since the malevolence towards the disease is misconstrued as a communicable disease, she's basically locked away and becomes a book worm because of it.

    The last scene of the episode sets up the rest of the season very well.

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    Cersci foils Tywin by having Loras join the kingsguard making him unable to marry so she can continue to fuck around. Tyrion blabs to Shae that he is to wed Sansa [mind you, Shae is Sansa's handmaiden] and starts that set of dominoes.


    It's just a shame that all these characters are 'peaking' right now because IMO, the forth book, A Feast for Crows, is the worst of the series so far. It's not "bad" in the typical sense but it's just a lot nothing going on.

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    This was totally a "filler episode" to get characters from point A to point B. It wasn't too bad per se but a lot of talking. The downfall of Rob Stark is has been drawn out for far too long that I feel the suspense built up won't be as powerful as the books.

    It is quite obvious who Theon's torturer is if you have been paying attention attentively.

    With that, during the Gilly-Samwell scene, there are 3 horn calls which most reviewers seemed to have missed which well set up a good scene.

    I am still trying to wrap my head around the whole Melisandre scene because that is not in the books at all. I think they are subbing Edric for Gendry if you have read the books. Of course, there is another theory that we toyed around with at work.

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    You know those nasty fetus jars? I get the feeling those will be subbed in for the leeches when the "name calling" begins: 3 jars, 3 names. That should be a very powerful scene.


    I will say, this is the sociopathic Littlefinger that I wanted in the TV series that I am glad they are getting to. I will say, the Ros ending was actually very powerful and kudos to D&D for that adaptation. It's totally a visual interpretation of the Varys-Littlefinger conversation. Ros goes from a lowly whore to a "spy" and reaches her peak only to get whacked for trying to leap a few rungs too quickly.

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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    I haven't seen ep6 yet, but the last two were one of the best so far. As for your theory in the spoiler tag, I thought about that too - immediately when they showed those, especially after the scene were M. left.

    Didn't think about Edric->Gendry yet.

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    but given the little bit of story that Gendry has after Arya left, it might be posible. A shame, I always liked the character and I even like the actor more.
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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    I always thought the 3 nasty baby jars were Stannis's wife's miscarriages.. also am I the only one who thinks Melissandre is a badass bitch? she's downright evil, I love her. also this is my first time seeing this thread so don't hate me if I mix up old episodes.. Arya is a bamf. she's the bravest of em all..
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    really sucks what's gonna happen to robb and worse! cat!! I love her so much D:


    haven't read the books but I have spoiled it for myself :3

    also earlier in the series maybe episode 3 or 4.. that last scene with daeny and the army killing the slave master.. anyone else thought she deserved the iron throne?
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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    As a fan of the books, as well as the show, Daenerys is the only person I can imagine being on the throne. Seizing Astapoor the way she did showed for the first time, I think, that she has the stones to play dirty to get it. I fucking love her.

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    ^i'm not too sure about that. what followed astapor makes you question her leadership skills ..
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    I'm not going to deny that she got overwhelmed. It was a little too much, too soon. In my opinion, she should have stayed there until she had gained some kind of experience in running a kingdom effectively. But I stick by my previous statement, taking Astapor was a baller move, and she is the only one who belongs on the Iron Throne. I just hope Martin doesn't feel the need to give her the Ned Stark treatment before then.

    By the by, does anyone have any ideas concerning the prophecy of the
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    dragon having three heads?
    I had a wee epiphany a few nights ago at work, and I think I may be on to something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by neoachilles View Post
    I'm not going to deny that she got overwhelmed. It was a little too much, too soon. In my opinion, she should have stayed there until she had gained some kind of experience in running a kingdom effectively. But I stick by my previous statement, taking Astapor was a baller move, and she is the only one who belongs on the Iron Throne. I just hope Martin doesn't feel the need to give her the Ned Stark treatment before then.

    By the by, does anyone have any ideas concerning the prophecy of the
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    dragon having three heads?
    I had a wee epiphany a few nights ago at work, and I think I may be on to something.
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    If you read the books, you know this culminates at the end of A Dance With Dragons when she realizes that she laid waste to these cities and they again have fallen back into turmoil and she completely fucked up. Mind you in the books, she is still a teen; around 18 by the end of book 5.


    - Of all the story arcs, Bran's is by far the worst and will continue to disappoint until we touch the material near the end of book 4.
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    I fucking hate how GRRM will tease all these "close encounters" with Arya and Rob and Bran and Jon Snow.


    - They're totally playing up the pregnancy of Talisa to make RW far more painful.

    - Corny, you can tell that the "leech scene" is eminent with the brief Gendry appearance this week and Meli knows this too.

    - For non-book readers, the "torture porn" of Theon is much easier to grasp in literature than it is on screen. At least in the books, you can break down his psyche in long narrative where as on screen, you see his "favorite bits" being chopped.

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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    Poor Theon.

    It sucks we only have 3 more episodes, they are splitting Book 3 into two seasons. I think I have an idea on how they are going to end it this season (having read the book).

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxpowr9 View Post
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    If you read the books, you know this culminates at the end of A Dance With Dragons when she realizes that she laid waste to these cities and they again have fallen back into turmoil and she completely fucked up. Mind you in the books, she is still a teen; around 18 by the end of book 5.


    - Of all the story arcs, Bran's is by far the worst and will continue to disappoint until we touch the material near the end of book 4.
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    I fucking hate how GRRM will tease all these "close encounters" with Arya and Rob and Bran and Jon Snow.


    - They're totally playing up the pregnancy of Talisa to make RW far more painful.

    - Corny, you can tell that the "leech scene" is eminent with the brief Gendry appearance this week and Meli knows this too.

    - For non-book readers, the "torture porn" of Theon is much easier to grasp in literature than it is on screen. At least in the books, you can break down his psyche in long narrative where as on screen, you see his "favorite bits" being chopped.
    Which is a shame because I really like the characters of Bran, Jojen, Meera, and Hodor.

    I agree on the pregnancy, but it will be interesting to see what follows the RW since
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    Talisa's book counterpart, Jeyne Westerling, survives the Red Wedding, will Talisa survive, even if she has a baby in her, if the baby is a son wouldn't that make Bran's claim to Winterfell invalid.


    It was very uncomfortable watching Theon this week, I hated Theon last season, but I would never wish his fate on my arch enemy.
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    yesterday, i wached the latest 3 episodes back-to-back, they had been sitting on my drive unwatched. ah, so good.

    spoilers for those who dont read!

    after getting a problematic story in season 1 and a boring one in season 2, danaerys' character is really taking off. i love her story in book 3, and the adaprtion does not disappoint. and emilia clarke aces every scene shes in, its a real delight to watch.

    and holy shitsnacks, they got one seriously hot actor in the role of grey worm! i dont know what i was expecting, but when that helmet came off, i was saluting him. if i were the type that writes slash-fiction, id be writing something ridiculous with grey worm, grenn, and gendry just about now!

    also, coster-waldau butt! it did not disappoint. also also, sexy gay evil squire prostitute spy! part of me wants a spin-off about only him. and part of me is hoping that we never see him again, because he doesnt exist in the books (right?), and we know how that went with ros, both in terms of how pointless her stories were, and how terribel her ultimate faith was.

    jon and sam are still putting me to sleep, but ygritte is awesome. rose leslie is a beautiful woman, but i find it even more amazing what she does with her voice alone. that rasp is sooo sexy! oona chaplin (playing talisa stark) is also doing a good job on that front.

    tyrion is getting a little washed out, but now we have lady olenia walking around the keep, throwing shade left and right. that bitch is fabulous, and margaery is wonderful, too. i really love the tyrells.

    meera and jojen reed are so well cast. brienne is awesome, too.

    not much happening on stannis' and davos' front, but shereens song somehow almost broke my heart.

    i actually rewound to hear arya scream "go to hell!" again. she is so cool, and the actress is really talented.

    i love how melissandre got so jealous when she realized thoros could raise the dead. delicious!

    the one thing about the show that really doesnt work is theons storyline. the writers obviously struggle to find something, anything, for him to do. and what they ended up with is both boring and extremely unpleasant.

    the SFX has gotten really good, though. i didnt love the dragons and wolves in season 2 but these last few episodes, they looked awesome. and that bear!
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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    Quote Originally Posted by hylas View Post
    yesterday, i wached the latest 3 episodes back-to-back, they had been sitting on my drive unwatched. ah, so good.

    spoilers for those who dont read!

    after getting a problematic story in season 1 and a boring one in season 2, danaerys' character is really taking off. i love her story in book 3, and the adaprtion does not disappoint. and emilia clarke aces every scene shes in, its a real delight to watch.

    and holy shitsnacks, they got one seriously hot actor in the role of grey worm! i dont know what i was expecting, but when that helmet came off, i was saluting him. if i were the type that writes slash-fiction, id be writing something ridiculous with grey worm, grenn, and gendry just about now!

    also, coster-waldau butt! it did not disappoint. also also, sexy gay evil squire prostitute spy! part of me wants a spin-off about only him. and part of me is hoping that we never see him again, because he doesnt exist in the books (right?), and we know how that went with ros, both in terms of how pointless her stories were, and how terribel her ultimate faith was.

    jon and sam are still putting me to sleep, but ygritte is awesome. rose leslie is a beautiful woman, but i find it even more amazing what she does with her voice alone. that rasp is sooo sexy! oona chaplin (playing talisa stark) is also doing a good job on that front.

    tyrion is getting a little washed out, but now we have lady olenia walking around the keep, throwing shade left and right. that bitch is fabulous, and margaery is wonderful, too. i really love the tyrells.

    meera and jojen reed are so well cast. brienne is awesome, too.

    not much happening on stannis' and davos' front, but shereens song somehow almost broke my heart.

    i actually rewound to hear arya scream "go to hell!" again. she is so cool, and the actress is really talented.

    i love how melissandre got so jealous when she realized thoros could raise the dead. delicious!

    the one thing about the show that really doesnt work is theons storyline. the writers obviously struggle to find something, anything, for him to do. and what they ended up with is both boring and extremely unpleasant.

    the SFX has gotten really good, though. i didnt love the dragons and wolves in season 2 but these last few episodes, they looked awesome. and that bear!
    Just to let you know that Bear was real.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hylas View Post
    the one thing about the show that really doesnt work is theons storyline. the writers obviously struggle to find something, anything, for him to do. and what they ended up with is both boring and extremely unpleasant.
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    A little detail, I don't know why the TV series seemingly went to pains (har har) to display the Bolton's banner as they did: including a torturer's cross, not just a flayed man. Me, I woulda left that detail out, in the service of obscurity. I was watching with someone who doesn't realize Theon's fate, and was wondering, are you notincing that?!

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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    I think I know how this season is gonna end..

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    the words red and wedding seem to come to mind ;P anyone else?

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    i assume the bear was real, but him and the actors were probably shot separately and then cut together? which is why i said SFX and not CGI.

    they havent dropped any hints about theons captors, other than the one glariously obvious one. i think this show cant afford to be too obscure, since the narrative is already very complex to begin with.

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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    Quote Originally Posted by hylas View Post
    i assume the bear was real, but him and the actors were probably shot separately and then cut together? which is why i said SFX and not CGI.

    they havent dropped any hints about theons captors, other than the one glariously obvious one. i think this show cant afford to be too obscure, since the narrative is already very complex to begin with.
    Yeah, I don't know why they're are keeping his identity such a secret, I hope they reveal it by the finale.

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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    spoiler for those who dont read!


    well, at this point in the story, the audience is supposed to think that roose bolton is loyal to robb, so having his son hold theon (and, if i remember correctly, winterfell) without even telling him about it would be confusing at best, spoilery at worst.
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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    Quote Originally Posted by hylas View Post
    spoiler for those who dont read!


    well, at this point in the story, the audience is supposed to think that roose bolton is loyal to robb, so having his son hold theon (and, if i remember correctly, winterfell) without even telling him about it would be confusing at best, spoilery at worst.
    I don't know they had subtle hints of Bolton's disloyalty when he let Jamie return to Kings Landing, but kept Brienne in order to make Robb think that he was still loyal, as she caught the person who took Jamie.

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    Poor Theon.
    Poor Theon? What?

    It's more like karma's a biatch. Ha ha!

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    I'll keep this short for a synopsis of last week's episode.

    I love how the feminists QQ over so much titty flashing and no peen. They had the perfect opportunity to use it too. Fuck, they could have used a stunt cock for it.

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    [removed]
    Hmmm...
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    It's all happening.

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    *Sigh* Well, it finally happened. You know, I was almost dreading to watch this episode; but, I needed to see how everything played out on-camera. To be honest, it was fantastic. Even the little changes that they made just added to the drama of the final scenes.

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    It's always sad when a redhead dies.

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    My life is over.. I just watched it, I knew what was gonna happen but I just.. I just can't.. Cat was my favorite..

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    I know she's gonna rise as Lady Stoneheart


    but still..

    also that Talissa baby killing scene was too much.. it was just way too brutal.. Did you notice if the hound and arya actually went in, Cat MIGHT have lived D: life is cruel.. but then again that probably would've gotten the hound AND arya killed.. I didn't expect it to be so sad but I was already covered in goosebumps whenever someone would so much as look at Cat during the wedding..


    WAIT WHAT IF THE SEASON ENDS LIKE AT THE MOMENT
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    CAT RISES AS LADY STONEHEART???


    that would be the worst/best/worst/best ending ever.
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    Video contains spoilers. (And squealing girls.)


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    I don't know what I spoiled up above, I think...? lol

    Next week will end on a better note, and the Stark-fans will rejoice.
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    ^^I spent about 3 hours looking through those reaction vids (it's my day off--whatever, shut up). All I can say is, bring on Stoneheart!!!

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    Yes, George, bring on Stoneheart.

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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    LOL @ watching my roomates (who havent read the books) run around like headless chickens!

    the red wedding was really well done, i have to say. really brutal.

    however, there was a lot going on in that episode outside the wedding. jorahs face falling as he realises that danny has a thing for dario. jon simply ditching ygritte, and her face as he rides off. those were some really emotionally brutal moments as well. and who knew, the kid playing rikon is a decent enough actor.

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    I have to say that my hat is off to everyone not spoiling the surprise of the Red Wedding. With a penultimate episode so powerful...it would have been so easy for all those who had read the books or were inside the entertainment industry to spoil the episode.

    Probably one of the most powerful sequences ever made for a television series.

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    Just wondering about Catelyn Stark...
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    Are they using Fairley again? Headey commented that she thought her performance was great and she was one of her favourite actresses to see perform, but on a personal level she was sad to see a friend leave the show. Just wondering if that means they're recasting Lady Stoneheart, or maybe Headey hasn't read the books and doesn't know about Catelyn's resurrection.
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    Ah man, I love that there's a GoT thread here! As I said in another thread, the Red Wedding was really harrowing to see, even though I knew from the books what was coming. Michelle Fairley, my hat is off to you.

    Quote Originally Posted by hylas View Post
    and who knew, the kid playing rikon is a decent enough actor.
    I was shocked by that! The kid out-acted Bran.

    Quote Originally Posted by -Callum- View Post
    Just wondering about Catelyn Stark...
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    Are they using Fairley again? Headey commented that she thought her performance was great and she was one of her favourite actresses to see perform, but on a personal level she was sad to see a friend leave the show. Just wondering if that means they're recasting Lady Stoneheart, or maybe Headey hasn't read the books and doesn't know about Catelyn's resurrection.
    RE: Your spoiler...

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    I reckon the cast have maybe been asked to act like Fairley's gone from the show, so it's more of a surprise when Lady Stoneheart appears. I don't think they could get away recasting her, to be honest!

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    My life is over.. I just watched it, I knew what was gonna happen but I just.. I just can't.. Cat was my favorite..

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    I know she's gonna rise as Lady Stoneheart


    but still..

    also that Talissa baby killing scene was too much.. it was just way too brutal.. Did you notice if the hound and arya actually went in, Cat MIGHT have lived D: life is cruel.. but then again that probably would've gotten the hound AND arya killed.. I didn't expect it to be so sad but I was already covered in goosebumps whenever someone would so much as look at Cat during the wedding..


    WAIT WHAT IF THE SEASON ENDS LIKE AT THE MOMENT
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    CAT RISES AS LADY STONEHEART???


    that would be the worst/best/worst/best ending ever.
    I might be able to survive the year if that is how they end it, that might beat out the 1st season finale end moment....

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post
    ^
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    Yes, George, bring on Stoneheart.
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    Yes. Way too many slips of the tongue in here.

    You read the books. We get it.

    Damn.

    Anyway, it's all selfish Catelyn's fault.

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    Video contains spoilers. (And squealing girls.)

    How about the peops who don't react at all. (They're dead inside.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Native Son View Post
    Yes. Way too many slips of the tongue in here.

    You read the books. We get it.

    Damn.

    Anyway, it's all selfish Catelyn's fault.
    It doesn't seem like you care for my posts too much. If you want to skip reading them from now on, that's okay with me.

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    I find Martin's handling of Stoneheart in the books a bit mysterious and irritating. She seems rather neglected, almost forgotten. And I think the hope or expectation that many people are voicing here now is relevant to that; I likewise harbored (and still do) a hope for Stoneheart to return for glorious revenge. Maybe in book 6 or 7?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post
    ^
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    Yes, George, bring on Stoneheart.
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    No, no, no. I was agreeing with you about neoachilles posting a spoiler--A mega one, for fuck's sake. You don't post spoilers, why would I say that to you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Native Son View Post
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    Yes. Way too many slips of the tongue in here.

    You read the books. We get it.

    Damn.

    Anyway, it's all selfish Catelyn's fault.
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    You don't understand the story at all, if you honestly think it is Cat's fault, but it is also difficult to discern whether you are saying the RW is Cat's(which it certainly is not) or the War of Five(3 kings now) Kings(which is debatable, but misguided)

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    Quote Originally Posted by layton View Post
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    but it is also difficult to discern whether you are saying the RW is Cat's(which it certainly is not) or the War of Five(3 kings now) Kings(which is debatable, but misguided)
    Are you serious right now? What is everyone talking about?

    RW...

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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    Whoops. Maybe I shouldn't have read the spoilers above but Lena Headey said somewhere (Conan O'Brien perhaps) that she hasn't read the books.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rareboy View Post
    I have to say that my hat is off to everyone not spoiling the surprise of the Red Wedding. With a penultimate episode so powerful...it would have been so easy for all those who had read the books or were inside the entertainment industry to spoil the episode.
    Thank you And meanwhile, it's pretty disappointing that it's now ALL over the net often without warnings, when most readers tried to not tell about this for 10+ years

    Do yourselves a favor and try to resist the urge of looking up stuff about this series online, since so much more of significance and with surprise will happen. possibly even this season, as the many spoiler tags show. (and yeah, i think this is how the season will end, the other thing that some people have been mentioning would be a bit on a "too short notice". the plot is only at the beginning)
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    Are you serious right now? What is everyone talking about?

    RW...
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    The Red Wedding was definitely not Cat's fault, that all rests on Robb, Robb married Talisa knowing he was breaking an oath with the Freys, Catelyn was strictly against that marriage from the beginning

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    I think John Snow needs to be naked

    throughout the final episode

    of this season.



    woohoo!



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