Discussion in 'The PatsFans.com Pub' started by BaconGrundleCandy, Nov 13, 2016.
I’m on 6-08 as we speak.
On 6-10 now. Ramsey’s death was by far the most satisfying death on the show.
Loved it. The death of the High Sparrow and all the other sparrows was awesome. The King tossing himself out the window. Ready for my girlfriend to come home now so we can start season 7 before I leave for Orlando for the weekend. Ready to watch the Night King tear them a new assh0le.
I still think Hardhome was the best episode that I’ve seen of the series so far, but Battle of the Bastards has to be a very close second.
Oh by the way, Ramsay ****s on Joffrey as a villain.
I loved the music of the scene w/ Cersei executing her plot in Kings Landing. Tension building and chilling and exciting and a little horrifying. Tremendous.
“She knows the consequences of her actions and yet she is still not here. That means she does not intend to suffer them.” Old man was too prideful to see that a master plot had been concocted literally right under his nose.
I watched Hardhome again last week from the beginning and you might be right.
So many great scenes. Giantsbane and Lord of Bones. The scene in the Big tent/hut with Snow and the Wildlings was so good.
Jon Snow doesn't get enough credit imo. The guy rushes into the worst parts of the world, meeting with enemies, hostiles etc with 8-10 guys and his sword. Huge balls. Grown as a character but still has his core beliefs.
7 is huge. The action starts almost right away and doesn't end until it's over.
The Spoils of War...
Dude I fuxkin loved that one so much.
Dothraki in an open field Ned!!!!!!
Bron was amazing as always.
Drogon was a boss and will prob be twice that size in 8.
Dothraki coming through fire.
You'll love the rest out are killa
Yeah I just have the last two and I’m current. Will watch those tomorrow as the Pats game is coming on.
Yeah the whole episode was awesome. There was so much action there at the end that you almost forget about everything leading up to it. I thought Jon Snow was going to cut down Theon on the beach for sure. Then the episode after that where the dragon sensed that he was a Targaryen and allowed Jon to pet it. The only thing that I haven't liked about seasons six and seven is that my man Ian McShane was only in one episode.
I’m now all caught up and have to wait another year for the final season. I don’t like that it’s going to be packed into six episodes, but I trust their writers to tie everything up. The final two episodes of season 7 were masterful. Very high tension. The scene between Tyrion and Cersi in her chambers was some absolute powerhouse acting.
Now that you're caught up - want to discuss how the plot's gone off the rails? Particularly with respect to certain character arcs. The interceding months sicne the end of S7 haven't been enough to dull my disappointment in how they've dealt with the basics of character motivation.
I tend to follow the careful critique of a youtuber named Preston Jacobs. He's an avowed book reader, but also makes videos which focus specifically on the show, ignoring source material, to explain the plot writing missteps.
Sure. Which characters specifically?
How about Jon Snow banging his aunt there at the end? F&cking playa.
I was hoping for a DP sesh with him and Tyrion.
Peter has to have "The Little Dinky" as a handle somehwhere??
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