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There are a lot of storylines away from Daenerys that could probably do with some resolving, so we'll probably check in with most of the characters who are still alive on the series.
Will Jon have a change of heart and take Ghost back from Tormund? That would be a good thing, especially given that casting his direwolf aside is one of his worst decisions to date.
With an 80 minute episode, it's hard to imagine all of the storylines being wrapped up in a satisfying way. Game of Thrones Season 8 has been rushed from the get-go, and that will probably continue with the series finale.
The teaser shows Daenerys in a good place after winning the war, but not everyone is ready to let her reign play out. Blood of my blood. You kept all of your promises to me.
Meereen is similar. Uh-oh, the Masters have decided to attack Meereen for no apparent reason. And, ooh, could that be a Greyjoy fleet I can practically see on the horizon?
How convenient for everything to come together like this? And the Hound catches up with the men who killed his new best friend and it turns out they were just a few naughty members of the Brotherhood who are already getting the spanking they deserve.
But this episode was littered with poor writing and inconsistencies. Ser Not Appearing in this Series ,. I agree she seemed surprised that Jaqen sent the waif to kill her.
A man said a girl would not get a 3rd chance. After she decided to not kill Lady Crane it just meant she could never be no-one. The chase scene was epic to me.
He might be in, just because they might not want to have him in EP9, when the battle is. OwentheOaf : clouddragon ,.
I agree he would have done it. I need you book-readers and filming-spoiler-post-frequenters to skip speculating in this post.
This is NOT the post for you. I disagree. It would be a waste to have the dragon burn them. The Greyjoys are coming.
I agree with everything you said. This season has actually the potential to be the best season yet for me. Cinematography and the dialogue has been outstanding.
The pacing of some story arcs have been erratic. I agree with the mixed feelings about this episode. Everything else was great as usual.
That would have taken away from the impression the character left. The Hound and the BWB is fantastic and better comedy than awkward Tyrion , and this is the story I am most interested in seeing where it goes from here.
We got just enough not to be disappointed. And after the no-trial-by-combat twist many saw coming, I want to see Zombie-Mountain do something that justifies his resurrection from a story perspective.
I like every character in those scenes yet I feel what we see is a little stretched thin. Now for Arya: I could have been worse.
I guess I have to be thankful that we saw no Arya scheme to lure the Waif, which would have been dumb, or bloodbags, which would have been even dumber.
The Tyler Durden theory was funny but way to out there to make any sense. They once again went with the most straightforward resolution, were many twists were possible.
Just have her be stabbed one time and not as deep. I begin to wonder whether we are just to spoiled with twists or whether the show lacks attention to detail and shys away from complexity in some recognizable ways.
I was convinced that the Arya left-handed thing meant something, because it seemed they had payed attention to this all along.
Maybe we will get that later, but I begin to doubt that. We only see him flying a short distance away!
Personally I loved the KL plot as always. An uneven episode… but a pretty good one nonetheless….
Even more so now that Meereen is being assaulted from the sea. No idea what that was. She momentarily saves Lady Crane, gets needle and goes into hiding.
Then she books a passage to Westeros in the most obvious and visible way and goes walking around town overall behaving like someone else, with different clothes and haircut.
Then she gets very gravely injured, almost bleeds out. Gets a night being patched up by Lady Crane. Look, I could believe she runs from the Waif for a while, milk of the poppy numbing the pain etc.
But then she should be pretty much dying again, not keep running, jumping and winning over the Waif.
The Hound scenes were the highlight of the episode. All good. After last episode, he looked almost annoyed when he grabbed the axe. Sure he wants to avenge Ray and co.
And great to see Thoros and Beric, both suitably worn down. I also had a little of a tough time believing the Tully soldiers would so easily seal their fates knowing what they must have lived through already.
The Edmure scene was obviously strong though. I actually liked the Meereen scenes this week. I was surprised to find I enjoyed the joke scene. That could have been done way better.
All I recall is Cercei asking Qyburn to send his new birds spying everywhere. Funny that Tommen from the mind of the Sparrow just pretty much axed the possibility of a certain widely known theory.
All that stabbing and a bit of milk and poppy and some soup and she can jump, run and kill. I understand very well the importance of the suspension of disbelief, but it was way too much for me to accept.
And that ending with Jaqen? Anticlimatic to say the least… Very disappointed in all of this. I have to speak for the amazing continuity between seasons in GOT.
Overall, a big Jaime episode, as the latest one was and I truly loved Riverlands part of No One , I can see how Jaime is drawn back to Cersei and essentially doing whatever needs to be done, because of her.
So, there were some closures and returns to storylines here which were highly satisfying. The fact that literally no one at the Faceless Man takes the no-one talk seriously is exactly what I would expect from a clever story.
People with strange believes are still people even fanatics. This also feeds into the theme of all religions being bullshit at some level, which especially the believers have to deal with somehow.
Jaqen obviously has some rather non-religious goals for the FM be it making money, training Arya or whatever he is planning, the Waif obviously enjoys being a killer.
Arya is Arya, but still they can all claim to try to be no one and to serve the many faced god to some degree, whether they do that for show or to feel good or honestly or a mixture of those.
This at least gives us a little bit of a twist in what has been a season with very few of them…. A Kingsmoot! The Children of the Forest created the White Walkers!
Holy Shit! Hold the door! The mad king! And lots of other single-framed WTFs! Tommen makes an alliance with Faith Walder Frey is back!
A cold open! A scene where people seem productive and happy! Exclamation points!!! No One becomes Arya Cercei is actually, finally, totally fucked.
Extending Brotherhood to the Hound. Say what? Great point. What would make it realistic would be for the FM to not all behave exactly as no-one, to have some quirks to them.
Same as I would accept that not all dornish had as liberal views as Oberyn. What is even the point of having the Waif to hold such a grudge against Arya?
At least it would save us the nonsense we got with the stabbing of Arya the Waif would try a clean kill instead, would need to be outsmarted by Arya.
I think that this episode is a sleeper. The cyclical nature of time, history, decisions, wants, needs—everything remember the spirals made by the WWs?
Everyone should make a note to revisit this ep after the series ends. I think that they may see it differently. Jack Bauer 24 : Drogon dropping Dany off in a warzone and then flying away is absolutely bizarre.
Boston Snow : Moondoor ,. I thought that comment from Bran was simply made for the original S6 trailer — which of course has turned out to be true?
Yes, of course I did. The Wolves of Winter ,. And that chase scene was just over the top — if she was that injured theres no way even adrenalon could have let her go that far.
So it made sense that the scene would jump to HOBW. But then what they should have done is drank some of the water to be cured; remember thats what she did when she was blind Then she goes to FM.
Im glad she is back to Arya, and is going home. And when she gets there she has a ton of new skills she will be able to use.
But man that could have been so much better. Hated Mereen, but really loved everything else. Yes, thats what I got out of that whole seqeunce. That works, if she actually knew Waif was coming.
Characterizing the FM with quirks would mean working from a cliche and then extending the character. Also I believe the member of the group that takes all the rules and ideologies to heart and embodies them should be the exception not the rule.
The actually pious priest and the actually honorable knight are the standouts that have to be really weird unusual people to even exist.
Just look at Brienne or Barristan, they are such rare people who actually embody knightly ideals, that everyone notices them as exceptional in good and in bad ways.
As for the Waifs grudge against Arya, I find that easy to understand and believe. But by now she probably has learned all the tricks of the trade, and presumably she could use them to be useful back in Westeros.
The passage of time is always mushy on this show teleporting LF comes to mind , but can she return to WF in time to do some FM tricks on Ramsey and kill him behind enemy lines?
Riverrun — I think there is a point to the pointlessness of this whole interlude. Jamie needed a reason to be out of KL so Cersei gets pushed to the edge.
But I also think there might be a reason that Brienne was pulled away from the North too. I dunno what it is, but she served no real purpose in Riverrun other than not being with Sansa, Jon, et al.
I think that may prove to be significant at some point. I think the rumor Cersei and Quburn are talking about, might be the fact that Gendry is still alive and the rightful are to the throne.
Which would allow here Tommen back for herself and maybe reverses all decisions made by him as king, including trial by combat.
Ok that might be a bit far fetched maybe, but I do believe that is the rumor. From the scene in the bath with Brienne…. Jaime: Before long, half the country was against him.
Aerys saw traitors everywhere. So he had his pyromancer place caches of Wildfire all over the city. Arya: Not today. You certainly have good arguments, but having everybody be the same and hiding behind fronts is kinda boring to me.
There has to be at least some substance behind those fronts in my mind. Heck even Shireen is dead if they went with a Queen. Cersei was the one that made the Pyromancers produce Wildfire prior to Blackwater.
Or unless they never knew. Still that looks farfetched. Show only knowledge: But the pyromancer that was working for the Mad King and stashing all the wildfire beneath KL was killed by Jaime, just before Jaime stabbed the MK.
I get that sentiment. All I said was shown in the show when Tyrion discovers the Wildfire prior to Blackwater.
If you were implying I was talking about something book related — never read the books. While Jaime killed one I guess their leader , at least a couple others would know about the stashes.
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