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... when you've re-watched entire shows just to hear the Bald Move coverage of said show.
... when your friends tell you that you may have too much of an obsession with "those 2 guys you always listen to."
... when you slow down a binge watch of a show just because you're not caught up with the Bald Move coverage.
... when you're excited to go into work only because you get to listen to Bald Move coverage of whatever show/movie/podcast.
I loved the episode. Was it perfect, no. But it was an extremely entertaining 80ish minutes of television. Things went somewhat as expected and there were things that surprised me. Rhaegal getting taken out came completely out of nowhere but it was logical in my opinion. Yes the Ballistas might be a little too advanced for the time given the pivoting but why wouldn't Cersei expect Dany to go back to Dragonstone?
The Sansa and Sandor reunion was amazing. Him calling her little bird was perfect. Sansa telling him if she had left with him during Blackwater she'd still be that little bird is 100% true. She is who she is because of the horrors she went through. I hope there's a different way that Tyrion found out about Jon but I'm pretty certain that Sansa spilled the beans.
Love seeing Arya and Sandor leaving together, both with unfinished business going to the same place. Cleganebowl is very real and I can't wait. I was a little taken aback when Arya said she doesn't intend to return either. Clearly Sandor knows he's riding to his death but I feel like Arya has a life to live after all this. I hope she just means not returning to Winterfell but the way she said it made it seem like she's riding to her death and knows it.
Jaime is 100% riding to Kingslanding to kill Cersei. He said what he did to Brienne because deep down he is a bad person and he can't live with the horrible things he's done.
The Bronn scene had way more tension than I ever expected and to me Bronn just hedged his bet and is 100 % the smart thing to do in his position. Tormund and Ghost heading back North of the wall was unexpexted and heartbreaking, I would have thought there would have been more of a goodbye between Jon and Ghost. I've got a ton of other thoughts running through my head but that's plenty for now. Looking forward to actually keeping up this week, unlike last week.
hisdudeness915 said:Gotta say that the acting MVP of this season for me is Gwendoline Christie.Three of the best scenes of the season were her being knighted, Jamie leaving, and then her having to fill out the Kingsguard book. She knocked every one of them out of the park
Thank you everybody for all the recommendations and the couple tips with using Hulu. It is much appreciated and I now have an even bigger catalog of shows I want to watch. I'm definitely more into drama/sci fi/fantasy shows more so than comedies/ sitcoms/feel good shows but I have already added the ones mentioned here to my master list. I think Handmade's Tale, Harlots, and The Path will be the first 3 shows I tackle from Hulu and I'll worry about what's next after that.
@Elisa Thank you for mentioning 12 Monkeys. That was a show I really wanted to watch when it first aired but it fell off my radar. Then all of a sudden I saw ads for season 2 and was like fuck I don't have Hulu so I can't catch up and it fell even further down my priority list.
Schlupp said:telephoneofmadness said:My new rule is: don't watch any show beyond season 1 unless the creators have set a limit of 3 seasons, or the entire show has already been released and reviewed. I wasted years caring about The Walking Dead. I wasted years caring about Game of Thrones. Fool me -- you can't get fooled again.