- Game of Thrones Season 6
Thoughts? seemed more like a filler than a finale. That final scene though
I thought Walder Frey, Cersei and Jon Snow’s storylines were significant enough to have filled a single episode if they’d have wanted to go that way. Then there was the coming together of 3 matriarchs across the sea. Jaime not seeming to like his place in the world. Ships setting sail. One of the prophecies coming to pass. Revealing visions. Davos and his confrontation of Melisandre.
WINTER IS HERE.Posted 3 years ago
More teleportation appears to have happened…. good cinema but even so.
Exactly, been needed for a while. Books are not TV/Film
Where to start?Posted 3 years ago
Cersi thought she was going to be stopped, didn’t see her getting away with that but she might want to remember what the average service time in that job is…
King o’t’ North 🙂 What the north really reminds me of is the north I frew up in, the bit beyond the midlands. Manc/Leeds/Liverpool is your Frays of the world.
Leading nicely into top teleportation and hell yeah the 3 of them in winterfell will be good.
But little finger – he doesn’t like a king in the north, good job Jon Stark is not finite
Then the finale 🙂
So coming the long way up to collect dorne then onto Kings Landing?
Davos and his confrontation of Melisandre.
I wasn’t sure what was going on when he found the burnt stag in the remains of the fire. I must have missed it but I’m assuming he wasn’t there when they burned Shireen? Seems amazing that he wouldn’t have found out later but I guess if all of Stannis’ men were dead then how could he find out.Posted 3 years ago
She’s making a list, she’s checking it twice
Indeed.Posted 3 years ago
Solid episode I thought. Nothing very surprising though, except maybe Dorne still being a thing.
Really liked some of the cinematography though and the visual storytelling – like Little Finger casting a sideways “I’m being watched” glance at the Weirwood tree as Bran logs on, other the shots showing the crowds at Cersei’s coronation with fire literally at their backs.
The Samwell bit was a nice light relief too. I reckon he’ll eventually find something very interesting in those there books. Science FTW!Posted 3 years ago
If John is no longer Sansas brother, will they marry?
Oooh I hadn’t thought of that. Still a bit wrong, but that doesn’t usually stop Targarayens
I reckon that Little Finger will use John not being who Sansa thought he was to try to drive a wedge between them.
Also the Lords of the North swore allegiance on the basis that John has “Ned Stark’s blood” but he doesn’t.Posted 3 years agoseosamh77Subscriber
he’s still a stark though, and you’d imagine the targaryen blood just gives him more street cred.
I’d say the likely marriage is him and his sister/cousin(edit, aunt actually init?)?. She’s looking to marry someone after she’s leathered cersei. King of the North seems the likely candidate(the lanisters days look numbered, though could be jamie if he jumps ship, his dislike of the mad king burning everyone strains that relationship a bit.), guess the jin theory just depends on where brans story ends up, if he’s sent on more wanderings and meets up with jon in time to spill the beans.
good episode, even though they are rushing through everything at lightspeed..Posted 3 years ago
Well I guess if Bran can get there and work out who Jon is in time it will work well for doing a deal with Denny and her Dragons. Tyrion is working his magic of the game of politics and will probably stop her doing anything too stupid and maybe talking to the people who hate the Lannisters before toasting them. In the end Jon doesn’t really want to be king does he, just wants a quiet life.
So first stop remove Cersi, Jamie probably won’t stand in the way after what he just saw. Move north reunite the 7 kingdoms and toast the army of the undead in 2 seasons. Just need to get some warmer clothes.
Anyway when did invading in winter ever go wrong for anyone.Posted 3 years ago
Am I the only one to think that’s all suddenly got a bit “Sisters are doin’ it for themselves”?
We have the Dragon Lady and the Viking Lady about to join forces with Emma Peel and the Dornish Patsies to wage war against Queen Vader in the south.
In the north we have Badass Sansa working everyone like puppets backed up by the youngling Lyannakin Skymormont.
Meanwhile, Ninjarya Stark is creeping about baking peeps into pies and slitting throats.
What’s happened to all the blokes?
Jon Snow is starting to look like the token tadger in this story.Posted 3 years agoswavisSubscriber
I thought it was a another great episode last night, lots of storylines sorted out and just generally felt like everything was being put in place for a stonking final season? There is only one more season isn’t there, with only 8 episodes? I’m sure I read that somewhere…
Oh and I actually cheered at the telly when Ayra slit Walders throat 😈Posted 3 years agoPigfaceMember
GoT has always had strong women in it, for me that is one of the reasons it makes it so good. the two males who seem to have mellowed are Jon and Jamie the rest have died by the sword or sitting on the khazi or burnt alive or ……………
Arya Stark can do no wrong as far as I am concerned she is bound to be offed though.
Good to see the lovely one from Dorne again Tyene SandPosted 3 years agojimjamMember
Loved the irony of Tommen jumping out the window.
Not the first teenage boy to “fall” out of a window due to Cersei’s actions.
I was disappointed…it felt like a bit of a cop out. I knew he’d die because of Cersei’s actions. I would have prefered it if she’d just had the mountain strangle him, or have him die in the wildfire.
She believes he’ll die so it would have been good to take the logical step and make it happen.Posted 3 years ago
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