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#152 May 08 2013 at 12:54 PM Rating: Good
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he's the Jar Jar Binks of the series, in the book and on the television.

Readers like him. When he inevitably becomes super warrior wizard who figures out the way to stop whatever the punchline of the next book is, he'll be beloved.
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he's the Jar Jar Binks of the series, in the book and on the television.

Readers like him. When he inevitably becomes super warrior wizard who figures out the way to stop whatever the punchline of the next book is, he'll be beloved.


I haven't read Harry Potter, but I gather he's kinda the Neville of GoT. So the expected thing would be for him to make the great big motivational speech that rouses everyone's spirits when they're on the brink of defeat. Maybe takes some sort of low-atheticism action that ends up partially saving the day, so that everyone can say, "Yeah, Jon Snow killed the fire demon with his magic sword. But he wouldn't have been able to do it without Sam figuring out that human tears made him mortal."

That, or GRRM has a were-boar eviscerate him. W/e.
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So the expected thing would be for him to make the great big motivational speech that rouses everyone's spirits when they're on the brink of defeat.

Nope. His obvious character arc is to go the Citidel, learn some great secret, and use it to save the world. Possibly bumblingly, but all the same. "I was looking for Mageor's recepie for bacon soda and I found this passage about dragons!"
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NO-ONE is the Jar-Jar Binks of books or TV. Jar-Jar Binks is uniquely utterly intolerable.


I loved this weeks episode, but it wasn't stupendously amazing so I'd give it an 8/10. I seem to be a lot more easily pleased than you ...lot. I DID watch an episode of Blue Bloods just before hand, which is cringingly simple, simplistic and shallow in comparison to GoT. It seems I am a very: "It's not the destination, it's the journey" viewer. Although I love explosions and action set pieces, I'm just as happy to watch Meera and Osha skinning rabbits and squabbling for seasons on end. It makes me aesthetically and psychologically pleased.

The biggest strength the show has is its biggest weakness. The complexity (size) of the story and cast. GRRM set out to write a story that specifically couldn't be done with television scripts. Other people get bored by some of the threads, and once they've decided a thread is worthless, they justifiably get upset that time is taken away from the threads they are interested in. Because time constraints pare each thread to the bare minimum. Ok, I'm not saying anything everyone doesn't already know. It's just that so far, I haven't been uninterested in any of the GoT scenes, ever. Less interested in some than others. Upset a scene has ended, grossed out, a bit upset or unsettled, but never ever uninterested in a scene. I've always taken away the expostion from even the sexposition scenes. Except for the Pod-in-the-brothel scene, where I was mostly interested in the scenery, and laughing over the "Meerenese Knot".

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Edit: Don't read this post if you haven't seen episode 6.

I gotta give it to the writers. Every episode of every season makes me want to beat the everliving sh*t out of Joffrey. Like, seriously... pummel him to death with crystal paperweight or something. Can't believe he killed Little Finger's secretary (can't believe Little Finger had her killed). She was all kinds of hot.

Haven't read the books, so I can't make comparisons, but I really like how they're turning Jaime's character around (I know this duality is a thing in the books as well). Instead of him being the classic self-serving @#%^, it turns out there's another side to him.

The gore seems a bit different this season. Season 1 and 2 mostly had the occasional beheading and gutting. This season it's all about the sudden and in your face torture sh*t. The scene where Joffrey has pinned aforementioned chick to the bedpost... brutal. The scene where Jaime lost his hand was so blunt, it knocked the wind out of me. The way he just stared at his hand and then pulled away the stump. And the scene where Theon had his finger sliced and stabbed and squeezed to a pulp... ugh. It's almost too much and I hope they tone it down a bit. I'm not squeamish, but it's as if they're trying to sell it on the gore and nudity now.

I don't mind a mature show, but that torture scene was like something straight out of Hostel or Saw.


Edit2: Dammit, I have issues with Theon and Ygritte's dialects. They sound like they belong in Eastenders. Rose Leslie is hot as ****, but ****, that character's dialect (or accent?) is a terrible turn-off.

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#158 May 12 2013 at 6:22 PM Rating: Good
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it's as if they're trying to sell it on the gore and nudity now.


Maybe I've been desensitized by Spartacus, but this season's been quite mild. While the gore may have been a bit surprising, they are few and far in between. And as far as nudity... maybe three of the episodes featured some. I think things had been toned down a bit.

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#159 May 13 2013 at 5:42 PM Rating: Good
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Edit2: Dammit, I have issues with Theon and Ygritte's dialects. They sound like they belong in Eastenders. Rose Leslie is hot as ****, but ****, that character's dialect (or accent?) is a terrible turn-off.

Edited, May 13th 2013 2:17am by Mazra

The actor who plays Theon (Alfie Allen, younger brother of the singer Lily Allen and son to actor Kieth Allen) is actually from the south of England. He's from London, iirc. I think he does a pretty good job with the accent, considering he's supposed to sound Northern.

Rose actually has to sound a little more Southern than she usually does, what with being actually Scottish and all Smiley: wink
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Goodness gracious, enough of the Theon torture, marital whining, and emo Arya. Also, after episode 7 I'll echo Mazra's complaint; this week's T&A made up for the relative lack in the rest of the season.

Still seems like GoT is in a holding pattern right now. Can we please get to a wedding or two? The last two episodes have been pure build-up and it's not feeling like suspense: it's feeling like a slow slog. The only things I really enjoyed about episode 7 were Tywin's speech to Joffrey, and Jaime versus the Bear. The rest was pretty "meh."
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#161 May 13 2013 at 7:21 PM Rating: Good
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Goodness gracious, enough of the Theon torture, marital whining, and emo Arya. Also, after episode 7 I'll echo Mazra's complaint; this week's T&A made up for the relative lack in the rest of the season.

Still seems like GoT is in a holding pattern right now. Can we please get to a wedding or two? The last two episodes have been pure build-up and it's not feeling like suspense: it's feeling like a slow slog. The only things I really enjoyed about episode 7 were Tywin's speech to Joffrey, and Jaime versus the Bear. The rest was pretty "meh."


I liked Dany's scene, and Jaime's dialogue with Qyburn....but that's pretty much it. Worst episode of the show, I think.
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Goodness gracious, enough of the Theon torture, marital whining, and emo Arya. Also, after episode 7 I'll echo Mazra's complaint; this week's T&A made up for the relative lack in the rest of the season.

Still seems like GoT is in a holding pattern right now. Can we please get to a wedding or two? The last two episodes have been pure build-up and it's not feeling like suspense: it's feeling like a slow slog. The only things I really enjoyed about episode 7 were Tywin's speech to Joffrey, and Jaime versus the Bear. The rest was pretty "meh."


I liked Dany's scene, and Jaime's dialogue with Qyburn....but that's pretty much it. Worst episode of the show, I think.

Thinking about it, I did like Qyburn and Jaime talking; Dany's scene wasn't bad, but wasn't amazing either (I liked it, but again - more build-up).
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#163 May 14 2013 at 3:56 AM Rating: Excellent
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The funny thing about Joffery and Tywin is Joffery was right. For once.
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The funny thing about Joffery and Tywin is Joffery was right. For once.


Takes a genius to figure out that you have to climb a tower to get to a meeting held inside a tower. Good thing he understood that.
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On a semi-related note. I don't know how many of you people may actually care, but I found out this morning from Reddit that the actress that plays Shae apparently did some hardcore pornography before Game of Thrones. I had to watch a video for educational purposes.

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Yeah that was a huge thing in the media here in Germany when she had her breakthrough as an actress I think in 2004 or 2005. Someone discovered she'd had had another career as a pornactress and pretty much ruined her family life. At least for the time being. I have no idea how that turned out in recent years.
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Yeah that was a huge thing in the media here in Germany when she had her breakthrough as an actress I think in 2004 or 2005. Someone discovered she'd had had another career as a pornactress and pretty much ruined her family life. At least for the time being. I have no idea how that turned out in recent years.

I'm a little surprised at this. As a prudish American, I've always heard that the EU is a land of sexual liberation where no gives a fig about your exploits. It's kinda sad to hear that the revelation of her former career was so hard on her Smiley: frown
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As far as I know the problem she faced was twofold. While I do believe many people here didn't give a flying **** about the whole thing, thanks to sensationalism it got blown completely out of proportion and got covered in almost every magazine. What made matters worse for her personally is her family background. Her parents are of turkish descent and were not amused. At least in the time directly after this story got released they broke of contact with her completely.
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I'm sorely disappointed in the actor playing Daario. He's a stinkin pretty boy!

I liked the Sansa & Tyrion moments though. Sansa actually smiled. Likewise, the Hound and Arya on the horse scene. Maybe it's just watching the interaction and facial expressions of the actors but the relationship seems much more complex with the viewing.


edited to fix a name....

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I'm sorely disappointed in the actor playing Darius. He's a stinkin pretty boy!


I was ranting and raving about this last night, much to the wife's chagrin.

Eske: "HE'S SUPPOSED TO HAVE A FORKED BEARD. I DIDN'T READ 18 PAGES OF EFFUSIVE PRAISE FOR HIS FORKED BEARD FOR HIM TO NOT HAVE A FORKED BEARD ON THE SHOW."

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Elinda, Goblin in Disguise wrote:
I liked the Sansa & Tyrion moments though. Sansa actually smiled. Likewise, the Hound and Arya on the horse scene. Maybe it's just watching the interaction and facial expressions of the actors but the relationship seems much more complex with the viewing.


Ditto on the Hound/Arya parts. I think I found the Tyrion/Sansa bit a little too awkward to fully enjoy, though I suppose that's largely the point.

I like how the White Walker that attacked Sam/Whatsherface was the exact same one that stared at him when they made their big entrance north of the wall at the end of last season. That guy really has a thing for Sam.

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#171 May 20 2013 at 8:57 AM Rating: Decent
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I like how the White Walker that attacked Sam/Whatsherface was the exact same one that stared at him when they made their big entrance north of the wall at the end of last season. That guy really has a thing for Sam.

A bit of not-so-subtle foreshadowing?

The **** bit with the red-head and Gendry - did it have any relevance? I'm thinking they can't let Gendry die, cuz that would have to be a give-away for the next book. Not sure what the deal is....
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Elinda, Goblin in Disguise wrote:
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I like how the White Walker that attacked Sam/Whatsherface was the exact same one that stared at him when they made their big entrance north of the wall at the end of last season. That guy really has a thing for Sam.

A bit of not-so-subtle foreshadowing?

The **** bit with the red-head and Gendry - did it have any relevance? I'm thinking they can't let Gendry die, cuz that would have to be a give-away for the next book. Not sure what the deal is....

Haven't seen the episode yet, so I'll need to find out what this part was tonight... but regarding Gendry, it seems like they're going to roll him and Edric Storm, Robert's other *******, into one. Edric gets saved by Davos instead of getting burned as a sacrifice, and IIRC, gets smuggled to the Free Cities. That's likely what will happen with Gendry as well.

Of course, maybe the events in the episode totally negate that guess.
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#173 May 20 2013 at 4:59 PM Rating: Excellent
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I felt so bad for Tyrion and Sansa. But at the same time, Tyrion was a hoot. The way he held up his wine glass in the druken frat boy salute killed me. Especially when Sansa decided she needed a drink in order to consumate things, haha.
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I felt so bad for Tyrion and Sansa. But at the same time, Tyrion was a hoot. The way he held up his wine glass in the druken frat boy salute killed me. Especially when Sansa decided she needed a drink in order to consumate things, haha.


Yeah. I thought that was funny, especially given her earlier statement that she only drinks when she has to. If ever there was a time...
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The **** bit with the red-head and Gendry - did it have any relevance?


Excuse to see Melisandre naked.
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The **** bit with the red-head and Gendry - did it have any relevance?


Excuse to see Melisandre naked.


She did look pretty **** good though.
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I was all in. Until the blue-balled, leech on **** thing.

Speaking of blue-balled, Theon wasn't in that episode.
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Speaking of blue-balled, Theon wasn't in that episode.


I think this might have been why this episode was one of the best all season Smiley: lol Definitely the best in the last few weeks. Still waiting for the pay-offs at the weddings of Joffrey and Robb (er, each of their respective weddings... not them getting married to each other. That's more of Loras's schtick). The spell cast by Stannis was, IIRC, the last thing needed to bring about the end of the season.
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#180 May 23 2013 at 11:36 AM Rating: Good
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I was all in. Until the blue-balled, leech on **** thing.

That bit was weak, but at least we got a bit of male skin. Gendry's kind of a **** guy.



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I like how the White Walker that attacked Sam/Whatsherface was the exact same one that stared at him when they made their big entrance north of the wall at the end of last season. That guy really has a thing for Sam.

I'm hypothesizing that dragon glass wrecks the **** out of white walkers due to that scene, and my father had the same response as me to it: "That ******* idiot left the god **** thing there."
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I like how the White Walker that attacked Sam/Whatsherface was the exact same one that stared at him when they made their big entrance north of the wall at the end of last season. That guy really has a thing for Sam.

I'm hypothesizing that dragon glass wrecks the sh*t out of white walkers due to that scene, and my father had the same response as me to it: "That @#%^ing idiot left the god **** thing there."

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Game of Thrones characters with a 90's/posterized look.

I particularly like Joffrey's - looks kinda "GTA cover art", doesn't it?
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Joffrey looks like Beiber, John Snow looks pretty cool, Jamie looks like a pedophile drug dealer, and Daenerys looks like a broke hippy.
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Joffrey looks like Beiber, John Snow looks pretty cool, Jamie looks like a @#%^phile drug dealer, and Daenerys looks like a broke hippy.


You missed the 80's, huh. Smiley: tongue

PS: What's up with this "No Game of Thrones this week" nonsense?

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PS: What's up with this "No Game of Thrones this week" nonsense?


What ever this Behind the Candelabra thing is. I heard about it on the radio last week, apparently someone thinks it's a big deal. Not sure what it's about... but the info on it says something about cougars, maybe Courtney Cox will show up in it?

That and probably Memorial Day weekend.
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What ever this Behind the Candelabra thing is. I heard about it on the radio last week, apparently someone thinks it's a big deal. Not sure what it's about... but the info on it says something about cougars, maybe Courtney Cox will show up in it?

That and probably Memorial Day weekend.


Well, if I have to give up a week of GoT to have Matt Damon wear a sequined white chauffeur's outfit, then I suppose it's okay.
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No, it's because the GoT ratings were horrible this time last year, so they're skipping the holiday weekend.
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PS: What's up with this "No Game of Thrones this week" nonsense?

I was disappointed. Smiley: frown

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He looked good in a bit of sensible, well-applied make-up. The movie was really boring though. I couldn't finish it all in one sitting. Fortunately they aired it again,,,and again...and again. I finished watching it last night.

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#190 Jun 02 2013 at 11:35 PM Rating: Excellent
So that was an uncomfortable episode to watch, since having read the books, I knew what would happen. Liked the way the books did it a bit better though, with Melisandre's other "killings" happening at about the same time. (That & I think Joffrey's death came sooner. I recall riding the emotional high of that and then getting super depressed post Red Wedding).

I hope the dude who went to **** made it out (The Blackfish?), so Rickon, him & Shaggydog may have adventures.

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#191 Jun 03 2013 at 1:53 AM Rating: Excellent
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Man, that episode just ruined a ton of the misplaced optimism I had for the show.

I haven't read the books... does anyone actually have a decent ending?

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I haven't read the books... does anyone actually have a decent ending?


House Bolton.

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I hope the dude who went to **** made it out (The Blackfish?)


Yes, that was the Blackfish. I'm pretty sure he made it because somehow they need to have Jaime ride out to subdue the Tully unrest and without the Blackfish there is no real leader for the Tullys.


The episode was shocking as expected and really good. The Bran/Rickon/Jon scenes were okay and Arya was awesome.
I don't like what they did to Jeyne. In the books she is still alive but this way the show actually tells us that her having a baby from Robb will not have any impact on the book story at all. Or so it seems to me. It's a minor thing, sure, but still annoys me.
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I like the Arya/Hound bits the best. The stabbing of Robb's wife was a specially bloody mess.

I didn't grow any fonder of the charming, heart-warming Daario Nahar. Smiley: bah
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I haven't watched it yet, but did read the books. Did they show the bit with the head-swapping Grey Wind and Robb?
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#198 Jun 04 2013 at 12:39 AM Rating: Good
Arya's reaction to the last episode.

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#199 Jun 04 2013 at 9:56 AM Rating: Decent
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Omegavegeta wrote:
Arya's reaction to the last episode.

& Here's 6 minutes of people reacting to it: NSFW, Language





Edited, Jun 4th 2013 2:55am by Omegavegeta


First video: err, weird. Is she normally like that?

Second video: ******* lol'd.
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#200 Jun 04 2013 at 9:56 AM Rating: Decent
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Anyone else notice that when they cut Cat's throat the wound appears a few inches above where the sword actually was?
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#201 Jun 04 2013 at 10:00 AM Rating: Good
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Omegavegeta wrote:
Here's 6 minutes of people reacting to it:
More like overreacting.
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