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Reply #90 posted 07/17/17 11:44am

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The Men of Game of Thrones Are Still Having Trouble Taking Women Seriously—and It’s Going to Cost Them


http://www.slate.com/blogs/browbeat/2017/07/17/game_of_thrones_men_underestimate_the_women_around_them_at_their_peril.html

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Reply #91 posted 07/17/17 11:54am

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FunkGetsStronger said:

PliablyPurple said:

Damn, Jorah lookin' rough, yo!

Team Kahleesi, here. Not a fan of Euron at all, but this is gonna get interesting with him and Cersei. Now now, everything's gonna be alright, Jaime. Maybe.

"So here I am with a thousand ships, and two good hands" lol

What do you think Euron has up his sleeve for Cersei? I am really hoping it will be a Dragon horn...

The IMP is his gift to her. (Just a guess).

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Reply #92 posted 07/17/17 12:20pm

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FunkGetsStronger said:

PliablyPurple said:

Damn, Jorah lookin' rough, yo!

Team Kahleesi, here. Not a fan of Euron at all, but this is gonna get interesting with him and Cersei. Now now, everything's gonna be alright, Jaime. Maybe.

"So here I am with a thousand ships, and two good hands" lol

What do you think Euron has up his sleeve for Cersei? I am really hoping it will be a Dragon horn...

Damn, didn't even dawn on me that it might be something like that! The Team Kahleesi part of me weeps at the notion, but the GoT fanboy in me says that would provide some intense conflict!

Whatever happens, I hope Cersei kills him before she gets hers smile.

I guess what won't happen is that we will see a big ol group hug with the realization that all of this squabbling ain't jack shit when it comes to facing the white walkers. And speaking of, that shot of the walkers and their army of the dead had a giant in tow...that particular giant seemed to have one blue eye - though I only saw the scene once, maybe I'm wrong - which led me to believe it was the walker killed at Winterfell. But, ya know, that just doesn't seem possible, right?

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Reply #93 posted 07/17/17 12:29pm

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I started a Season 7 thread, so we don't get caught in the trailer thread. But if the OP will change the title of this thread I will delete mine.

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Reply #94 posted 07/17/17 1:28pm

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PliablyPurple said:

FunkGetsStronger said:

"So here I am with a thousand ships, and two good hands" lol

What do you think Euron has up his sleeve for Cersei? I am really hoping it will be a Dragon horn...

Damn, didn't even dawn on me that it might be something like that! The Team Kahleesi part of me weeps at the notion, but the GoT fanboy in me says that would provide some intense conflict!

Whatever happens, I hope Cersei kills him before she gets hers smile.

I guess what won't happen is that we will see a big ol group hug with the realization that all of this squabbling ain't jack shit when it comes to facing the white walkers. And speaking of, that shot of the walkers and their army of the dead had a giant in tow...that particular giant seemed to have one blue eye - though I only saw the scene once, maybe I'm wrong - which led me to believe it was the walker killed at Winterfell. But, ya know, that just doesn't seem possible, right?

Well, they didn't burn the Giant as far as we know...and that is how to keep the dead from turning into white walkers, is to burn the bodies.

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Reply #95 posted 07/17/17 1:29pm

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kewlschool said:

The IMP is his gift to her. (Just a guess).

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Reply #96 posted 07/17/17 1:31pm

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I enjoyed the first episode of the new season. I read online that some fans felt that it was too slow paced....in my mind, the pace is right on time. Every episode can't be explosive or shocking. Especially being that this season is going to be extremely short at 7 episodes....until the final season next year. I'm appreciating every second of it.

I think the pacing allowed the dialogue and characters much more room to breathe. That was a very refreshing change after S5 and S6.

I liked the episode specially the beginning, great to see allthose motherfuckers die. But what happened first, the death of the sons or the father's death?

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Reply #97 posted 07/17/17 1:51pm

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Cersei as lovely as always.

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Reply #98 posted 07/17/17 1:58pm

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PennyPurple said:

PliablyPurple said:

Damn, didn't even dawn on me that it might be something like that! The Team Kahleesi part of me weeps at the notion, but the GoT fanboy in me says that would provide some intense conflict!

Whatever happens, I hope Cersei kills him before she gets hers smile.

I guess what won't happen is that we will see a big ol group hug with the realization that all of this squabbling ain't jack shit when it comes to facing the white walkers. And speaking of, that shot of the walkers and their army of the dead had a giant in tow...that particular giant seemed to have one blue eye - though I only saw the scene once, maybe I'm wrong - which led me to believe it was the walker killed at Winterfell. But, ya know, that just doesn't seem possible, right?

Well, they didn't burn the Giant as far as we know...and that is how to keep the dead from turning into white walkers, is to burn the bodies.

Which seems very inconsistent for Jon Snow's policy, no? I don't think he had the heart to burn his brother, but his policy has been to burn the bodies.

[Edited 7/17/17 13:58pm]

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Reply #99 posted 07/17/17 2:05pm

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PliablyPurple said:

PennyPurple said:

Well, they didn't burn the Giant as far as we know...and that is how to keep the dead from turning into white walkers, is to burn the bodies.

Which seems very inconsistent for Jon Snow's policy, no? I don't think he had the heart to burn his brother, but his policy has been to burn the bodies.

[Edited 7/17/17 13:58pm]

Yes, true.

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Reply #100 posted 07/17/17 2:44pm

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Man, I have a love-hate relationship with this show. Sometimes it just bores me to death. lol But you just know it's worth it in the end.

Hey loudmouth, shut the fuck up, right?
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Reply #101 posted 07/17/17 2:51pm

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214 said:

FunkGetsStronger said:

I think the pacing allowed the dialogue and characters much more room to breathe. That was a very refreshing change after S5 and S6.

I liked the episode specially the beginning, great to see allthose motherfuckers die. But what happened first, the death of the sons or the father's death?

The father.

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Reply #102 posted 07/17/17 3:02pm

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kewlschool said:

FunkGetsStronger said:

"So here I am with a thousand ships, and two good hands" lol

What do you think Euron has up his sleeve for Cersei? I am really hoping it will be a Dragon horn...

The IMP is his gift to her. (Just a guess).



I hadn't considered that, he's dead if he tries there's just too much of a force for him to go to war with attacking Dragonstone. I had assumed he'd sail all the way up North and go after Jon.

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Reply #103 posted 07/17/17 3:03pm

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214 said:

Cersei as lovely as always.



Sansa admires her and has a taste for power.



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Reply #104 posted 07/17/17 3:34pm

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morningsong said:

kewlschool said:

The IMP is his gift to her. (Just a guess).



I hadn't considered that, he's dead if he tries there's just too much of a force for him to go to war with attacking Dragonstone. I had assumed he'd sail all the way up North and go after Jon.

Unless he meets Danny's fleet in open sea!

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Reply #105 posted 07/17/17 3:42pm

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FunkGetsStronger said:

morningsong said:



I hadn't considered that, he's dead if he tries there's just too much of a force for him to go to war with attacking Dragonstone. I had assumed he'd sail all the way up North and go after Jon.

Unless he meets Danny's fleet in open sea!



I'm assuming he does have to pass that way, regardless.


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Reply #106 posted 07/17/17 3:43pm

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namepeace said:

I started a Season 7 thread, so we don't get caught in the trailer thread. But if the OP will change the title of this thread I will delete mine.




Changed.



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Reply #107 posted 07/17/17 4:10pm

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214 said:

I liked the episode specially the beginning, great to see allthose motherfuckers die. But what happened first, the death of the sons or the father's death?

The father.

But didn't she say she cooked his sons and put them in that cake?

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Reply #108 posted 07/17/17 4:24pm

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214 said:

FunkGetsStronger said:

The father.

But didn't she say she cooked his sons and put them in that cake?



Yep.




[Edited 7/17/17 16:25pm]

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Reply #109 posted 07/17/17 4:29pm

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214 said:

FunkGetsStronger said:

The father.

But didn't she say she cooked his sons and put them in that cake?

She cooked two of them. But, Walder Frey has quite a few sons so the poison killed off the rest of them.

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Reply #110 posted 07/17/17 4:39pm

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214 said:

But didn't she say she cooked his sons and put them in that cake?

She cooked two of them. But, Walder Frey has quite a few sons so the poison killed off the rest of them.

You're right he's got like 100 of them. razz

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Reply #111 posted 07/17/17 4:46pm

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214 said:

FunkGetsStronger said:

The father.

But didn't she say she cooked his sons and put them in that cake?

Oh, I thought you were referring to the sons killed in this episode. My bad, you are right about that.

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Reply #112 posted 07/17/17 4:50pm

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Reply #113 posted 07/17/17 5:04pm

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And here is the brief preview for the next episode. A very interesting appearance for a potential reunion.

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Reply #114 posted 07/17/17 8:19pm

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morningsong said:

214 said:

Cersei as lovely as always.



Sansa admires her and has a taste for power.



yeahthat

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Reply #115 posted 07/17/17 8:20pm

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morningsong said:

The Men of Game of Thrones Are Still Having Trouble Taking Women Seriously—and It’s Going to Cost Them


http://www.slate.com/blogs/browbeat/2017/07/17/game_of_thrones_men_underestimate_the_women_around_them_at_their_peril.html

yeahthat especially Jon Snow if he is not too careful.

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Reply #116 posted 07/17/17 8:35pm

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Wherein Arya Stark is a killing machine and Daenerys is home at last...

[Edited 7/17/17 20:36pm]

Free your mind...and your ass will follow.
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Reply #117 posted 07/18/17 5:48am

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Goddess4Real said:

morningsong said:

The Men of Game of Thrones Are Still Having Trouble Taking Women Seriously—and It’s Going to Cost Them


http://www.slate.com/blogs/browbeat/2017/07/17/game_of_thrones_men_underestimate_the_women_around_them_at_their_peril.html

yeahthat especially Jon Snow if he is not too careful.

I thought Jon made the right decision to dismiss Sansa. He is looking at the bigger picture. If it were under different circumstances, Sansa's advice might have some merit, but her approach was wrong. Also, who exactly would they reward the lands to? The only Northen family who stayed loyal was House Mormont.

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Reply #118 posted 07/19/17 9:06am

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This is our thread now; other thread to be deleted.

Think we could appeal for a sticky?

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Reply #119 posted 07/19/17 9:20am

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Goddess4Real said:

morningsong said:

The Men of Game of Thrones Are Still Having Trouble Taking Women Seriously—and It’s Going to Cost Them


http://www.slate.com/blogs/browbeat/2017/07/17/game_of_thrones_men_underestimate_the_women_around_them_at_their_peril.html

yeahthat especially Jon Snow if he is not too careful.


There was some strategy to Jon's decision. The lord and lady, being impressionable children, need the support of the new king to solidify their claims to continue as houses. Jon can wield considerable influence over those houses now.

Sansa, on the other hand, should note that Cersei eliminated as many allies as she did friends, and should also note that Cersei paid a "Shame"-ful price for overestimating her abilities. Sansa's trying to play by the old rules despite KNOWING what's coming for them (unlike Cersei, who has no clue).



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