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  • 704 - "Spoilers (ha) of War"

    Anyone else think Jon and Davos chalked up the white walkers in the cave before Dani was given the tour
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  • 805 - The Bells

    Everyone in Kingslanding: *dies from dragon fire* 

    Arya: *inserts cheat code* *horse appears*  *rides off on horse*

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  • 805 - The Bells

    Ben said:
    Its a real shame that all the negatives have seem to have gotten on top of the guys. I get that it must be hard to be under a barrage of negativity and still maintain objectivity but I hoped they might. Criticism is fine, Nitpicking is just dull to listen too. Hell even breaking bad and the leftovers had their flaws. 
    A-Ron and Jim are grown ass men who can form their own opinions. I would doubt they would let outsiders structure their opinions. This season has been very divisive. Respect their opinion even if it doesn’t match yours. Don’t accuse them of forming opinions based on what other fans have to say.
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  • 801 - "Winterfell"

    I’m kind of befuddled by the fall of Tyrian over the past few episodes. His obsession with trying to convince Cersei to help them is just dumb. Tyrian, of all people, should know how evil she is and her not giving two fucks about anyone but herself. Even Sansa called Tyrian out for being an idiot to believe Cersei was actually going to send an army up North to Winterfell. 
  • 802 - The Damned

    Just give the damn razzie to Tara and Jesus for the worst tv scene of the year. Nothing is going to beat that. That was laugh out loud horrible. 
  • Chernobyl Season Finale, Episode 5: Vichnaya Pamyat

     I sat in silence for a good 5 minutes after the last caption just thinking and taking in everything I just watched. Powerful, moving, and incredibly sad. 
  • 803 - “The Long Night”

    gguenot said:
    I’m amazed how people are obsessing with how she ran up to the night king.  ?????? It would be like if people had issue in S1E1 with how Ned got down to the crypts so fast. “We just saw him in a line with his family greeting King Robert. How in the hell did he make it down to the crypts so fast the next scene. I wanna see how he walked down those stairs”
    We’re talking about killing off the main villain of a show. I think we’d like that spelled out a little more than a less meaningful season 1 episode 1 scene. That’s just me though. 
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  • Breaking Bad Movie

    Sort of unbelievable to think a movie this big and with this much anticipation could be kept secret for so long. Especially in this day and age of social media where nothing can be kept secret. Credit to Vince and the staff. Can’t wait for Oct 11.
  • 803 - “The Long Night”

    It's a matter of personal preference so I am not dogging anyone who wants it but I don't quite understand why some want everything spelled out on the screen. Would the tension have been better if we saw her sneaking around and then take off running and jumping at the NK? Maybe. But I think the moment of everything moving so slow and the shared stares back and forth and wondering what the hell was going to happen and then....Arya leaps from the darkness and ends him. So much more satisfying, in my opinion. It was so much better to have last seen her with the two people giving her the inspiration to do it and the knowledge of how to strike the heart was perfect.

    Plenty of things to knock this episode on but to me, this is the most well executed portion so that's why it's so confounding to me that so many people hated it.
    I have a big issue with it because you’re taking out arguably the biggest villain in the show. For me, I’d like to have this spelled out as much as possible. This isn’t one of the Night King’s Generals being taken out, this is the Night King. It may seem like it on here, but I’m not the only one questioning this decision on how Arya snuck up on him from the clouds.

    I guess it all comes down to how much you believed Arya learned from her training with Jaqen. Because that’s what makes or breaks this scene. I remember her not fully committing to the training and her wanting it to serve her own purpose. Jaqen and Waif grew tired of Arya’s attitude and Jaqen ordered Waif to kill her. Arya was never fully All in on the training and it seems the show gave her full powers without her really earning it IMO. It’s fine we disagree but it stinks there’s  a divide on a big moment like this.