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The whole series is on Netflix too.
i dont have net flix. im still in the stone age.
He poisoned those two dudes in his RV without much remorse in the 1 episode I saw.
Yeah... one of them didn't die. He has to murder him in a more hands-on way.
... and eventually shave his head!
when does he get the iconic hat?
End of season one, IIRC. When he begins to take on the Heisenberg personality.
706 GoTs leaked early and should be up everywhere.
If not it's over Freefolk
I would recommend getting it just for BB. Show is right up your alley.
The Previews seem to indicate that the plan does not go wel
It's one of the best ones ever.
They end up getting the wight but Viserion dies by ice spear. ****in Night King threw a bullet.
Thoros dies by Wight Polar Bear
Drogon ****s **** up.
Amazing pair of interactions by several diff pairs. Hound/Gendry. Thoros/Jorah. Jon/Jorah. Beric/Hound is amazing.
Dany/Tyrion convo was great.
Epic scene of all 3 dragons taking on for the last time.
Dany is a boss btw. Has to get armor Nd a squad to surround her when Drogon is down but she's a bad girl.
Arya/Sansa was pretty good.
LF running out of time.
The score when Snow looks like all hope is lost, and then the 3 dragons show up - that's a big reason why I watch stuff like this, I think.
Absolutely and there's nothing wrong with that at all. I thought I was gunna ****in cry when V died. Such a great job. So graphic.
I love the Tyrion one liners and monologues. The interactions between Olenna and Cersei/Jamie and the great writing but again endgame time.
Nothing wrong with getting to point. And who doesn't like a dragon/zombie battle?
Btw I don't agree with "worst trade in history" stuff.
That one wight will likely save Westeros while all of the dragons will prob die even though I hope D + R reproduce
Tormond and Beric are totally dead
I'm about 4 episodes into season one. It's a good show. I'm not fully hooked yet but I'll stick it out.
you will be hooked. you will be shocked by some of the characters they write off. at least i was. enjoy.
Spoilers in this message btw...
You were warned...
Overall I wasn't a big fan of this season compared to past ones for a few reasons that are fair and unfair.
One is the show has lost a lot of its unpredictability. Obviously we are in the end game and can see the finish line so we know where the story is going and how it aims to get there. That is still enjoyable and you can't REALLY blame the show. I do hope in the last few episodes we get some wild turns though.
At this point the big death in season 7 was "Little finger". I mean... it isn't small but it just seems underwhelming for only 6 episodes left this and also i hate how his story played out in the end. Also to end a season after the second to last episode was kind of a let down too without anything big or unexpected happening is unfortunate. Comparing it with the finale 2 episodes last year you see how wanting it is. Personally I was hoping for Cersei to kill Jamie as we could have really stuck our teeth in that. Even though I like Jamie a ton something that big would have been a redeemer for the season in a lot of ways. Of course I figured this wouldn't happen as he still has some story left to play out.
Don't get me wrong it was still arguably the best show on TV this year but it was last a step this season. It felt more like a set up to the final season than its own season.
Yeah I think I'll get hooked whenever they kill off Ned Stark since I know Sean Bean is no longer on the show (one of the pitfalls of binge-watching such a popular series late). Hope to catch up before the last season.
You have well over a year to catch up.
Lots of spoilery gifs and headlines out there on the 'net, especially in threads like this. It'll be harder to ignore them as the character names become more meaningful to you (unless you said you've already read the books - in which case ignore that).
I'm hoping that season 8 hits a lot of the points that were likely bulleted in GRRM's notes to the show producers about where to go with the plot after Dance with Dragons. I expect there to be a lot of really bitter pills to swallow as the whole thing wraps up - we'll feel the cost of mistakes and war much more, like we did in earlier seasons. This season, the plot armor was so thick as to be ridiculous.
It felt generally to me like the producers knew where they wanted to be at the end of season 7, and know pretty well what key things will wrap up as the finale approaches, but they struggled to build a cohesive narrative to tie everything together to advance the plot while also making "good TV." For example, basically everything that happened in ep. 6 w/ the guys north of the wall on the island and the latter half of the season w/ Arya and Sansa. They knew what they wanted to achieve, and wanted to get TV drama and visuals built in, but the actual writing of those things was disappointing - the characters didn't really act like logical humans but more like superheroes or something.
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