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  • 805 - The Bells

    I liked the episode.

    However I hated the end of Jaime's arc. In some way I hope that's because GRRM will also end it that way because if this was a showrunner move then I think it was a poor move. Its tragic sure but I don't know. Just not pleased with it.

    I actually like the "unsatisfactory" way Cersei went out. Its very Game of Thrones for the demise of the antagonists to not go out as fitting or violently as you would expect. 
  • 804 - The Last of the Starks

    Sansa's pettiness knows no bounds. 

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  • 804 - The Last of the Starks

    I felt so fucking bad for Brienne. Jaime basically threw rocks at her and told her to go away, like Arya did to Nymeria in season 1.

    I think he is 100% going back to "take care" of Cersei, by saving her from herself and/or saving everyone else from her. It probably would have made Brienne feel better if he had just told her that he has to go try to stop Cersei, especially if that's actually what he's doing.
    I agree that Jaime is going back to stop Cersei. How I read the scene is he doesn't fully explain his plans to Brienne because he knows that she undoubtedly will go with him to help him and he's trying to keep her safe by withholding information even though he knows its breaking her heart. 

    Question is does she go after him anyway?
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  • Marvel Writing Question

    As others have said there's been many different writers throughout the MCU, but for my money the key ones are Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely. They wrote the Captain America trilogy and since Winter Soldier it seemed like the MCU started to move in the overall direction that the Cap movies headed and before you know it they were tapped to write Infinity War and Endgame. So essentially it feels like they're THE writers.
  • Avengers Endgame - Full Spoiler discussion

    I kind of wish that the Russos didn't explain the Cap ending and instead left it up to the viewer to decide while also presenting ways both theories could work.

    For me, I like the thought that Steve was still in the main timeline and he had always been Peggy's husband a la time also being a flat circle. I know some have said how could he just sit and let the bad things happen, but the difference is its in a past where he knows they come out on top in the future, so it also seems consistent with Steve that the right thing is to not tamper with anything major as it will surely lead to the greater doom of Thanos being victorious. 

    I dunno. I just know I loved the final scene.