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Reply #90 posted 08/28/17 9:28pm

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I just watched it......it was hands down the best episode of the season thumbs up!


Agreed! To see all those main characters in one scene is amazing. And Dani took being fashionably late to a whole new level.

The WW dragon, blue fire, the wall coming down in seconds. It was all fantastic.

Littlefinger getting his comeuppance! FINALLY.

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Reply #91 posted 08/28/17 9:38pm

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Reply #93 posted 08/28/17 11:35pm

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So, The King of the Dead would have broken through the doors of the wall to get through, if he didn't have the dragon.

The next season:

It appears that the Walkers are going to go from 1 castle to the next and kill everybody there in the process on their way to Winterfell.

Arya could wear littlefinger's face to try to kill Cersi (but since there is a truce-she may not). Even though cersi is not honoring it. (They don't know that.) If she kills Cersi, she could wear her face and command the army northward?????

There is such a thing as blue fire in real life.

Tyrion has been a little useless to his Queen just as Jamie is to Cersi. And Jon Snow not lying to Cersi is an epic mistake.

Ray of hope: The iron bank gets wind of the Walkers and/or John Snow's heritage and decides to send the Cersi paid force to the battle in the north.

And The dragon queen will have Jon's twins. I still predict John sacrafices his life for the good of all.

The Euron Greyjoy may turn his back on Cersi and kill her and Jaimie then kills him. It might not be Jaimie killing his sister afterall?

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Reply #94 posted 08/29/17 5:59am

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More thoughts that come to mind:

1. Jon's a pretty emotional guy. Once he finds who he truly is, I'm sure he'll need a bit of time to process everything...combining the fact of how he feels about Daenerys. The problem is, there won't be any time to stop, think, process, work through emotions, etc. with the Dead Army on its way.

2. Once Aegon Targaryen is revealed, even with how she feels about him, I'm not sure Daenerys will take too well that there is someone who supersedes her on the throne.

3. The more I think about this Jon (Aegon)/Daenerys love-crown status-family conflict, it really does has the potential to get messy. Then throw in the fact that Daenerys will more than likely be pregnant, I'm just not sure how all of this will turn out within 6 episodes.

4. I'm thinking the writers are saving Theon to be the one to cause Euron's death. But as we all know in GoT fashion, it could go totally left. Theon could be the one to die before Euron does. Either way, Euron will get his.

5. Without someone performing some "magic" to help fight the dead army, I don't see how any of them can/would survive the "great war". I'm looking at you Bran, Melisandre (The Red Woman), Beric (if he's still alive) or that other Red Woman we saw either last season or the season before that one (the one who Tyrion convinced spread the word to the locals that Daenerys is their rightful queen).

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Reply #95 posted 08/29/17 7:53am

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missfee said:

More thoughts that come to mind:

1. Jon's a pretty emotional guy. Once he finds who he truly is, I'm sure he'll need a bit of time to process everything...combining the fact of how he feels about Daenerys. The problem is, there won't be any time to stop, think, process, work through emotions, etc. with the Dead Army on its way.

And perhaps a child.

2. Once Aegon Targaryen is revealed, even with how she feels about him, I'm not sure Daenerys will take too well that there is someone who supersedes her on the throne.

To quote a favorite movie of mine, "power is the only fact." Dany may be second in line, but Jon doesn't command the Unsullied, the Dothraki, or two dragons.

3. The more I think about this Jon (Aegon)/Daenerys love-crown status-family conflict, it really does has the potential to get messy. Then throw in the fact that Daenerys will more than likely be pregnant, I'm just not sure how all of this will turn out within 6 episodes.

I hear all the episodes may be as long as "Dragon and the Wolf." The editors can make or break the whole series with their work next season.

4. I'm thinking the writers are saving Theon to be the one to cause Euron's death. But as we all know in GoT fashion, it could go totally left. Theon could be the one to die before Euron does. Either way, Euron will get his.

Theon could finally redeem himself as "a Stark and a Greyjoy." If he takes out Euron, he flips the Iron Isles and the fleet to Dany's side in the Great War.

5. Without someone performing some "magic" to help fight the dead army, I don't see how any of them can/would survive the "great war". I'm looking at you Bran, Melisandre (The Red Woman), Beric (if he's still alive) or that other Red Woman we saw either last season or the season before that one (the one who Tyrion convinced spread the word to the locals that Daenerys is their rightful queen).

Bran is going to be the key, and I've been saying for years that he's going to warg a dragon before the show is over.

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Reply #96 posted 08/29/17 8:04am

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^ yeahthat on the last point above.

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Reply #97 posted 08/29/17 8:05am

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I'm not certain Theon will be successful at killing Euron. Theon was never a great warrior like Euron is and even though Rob Stark was successful at war he still didn't make it. Theon will die attempting to save sister, but sister may come out alive and escape??

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Reply #98 posted 08/29/17 8:06am

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But I can also see Daenerys facing the ice dragon and turning him back. Being the mother and all that.

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Reply #99 posted 08/29/17 10:01am

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kewlschool said:

I'm not certain Theon will be successful at killing Euron. Theon was never a great warrior like Euron is and even though Rob Stark was successful at war he still didn't make it. Theon will die attempting to save sister, but sister may come out alive and escape??


He can't outfight Euron. Theon still thinks Euron is headed back home, but Cersei revealed he's actually going to Essos to scoop up the Golden Company.

Seems to me none of his options are good:


- Break Yara out while Euron is sailing for Essos (if Yara is there).

- Intercept Euron to get Yara.

- Fight Euron and win.

- Fight Euron and die.

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Reply #100 posted 08/29/17 11:16pm

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I'm going to make a prediction, based on some of what I already know/read and some YouTuber's who have the same theory.

Cersei will die (maybe not even next season but eventually) by strangulation, but only after a more beautiful woman comes along and takes everything that is dear to her from her.


The blood witch made a prophecy about a younger brother strangling her to death with his bare handS (plural).

BUT that leaves out Jamie because he only has one hand. It was Euron who said he wanted to marry the most beautiful woman in the world, "...and I have two hands" (a slam to the knowledge that Cersei and Jamie - the one-handed younger brother - are siblings and fucking).

About the most beautiful woman - the blood witch made note that someone more beautiful than Cersei will come and take everything from her. It wasn't past queens or princesses since they didn't take everything from Cersei, nor were considered more beautiful. But someone who is considered more beautiful will be that threat. So that will happen, then she'll die by someone else's handS (plural).

The blood witch told Cersei that she wouldn't have more than three children so her current pregnancy won't last. She has lost all her children - one to The Faith, one to murder, and one to suicide. If she's really PG now, it won't last by whatever means. (She mentions losing a child right after childbirth or there about, but that's on the TV series only. She mentioned the baby to Catelyn Stark when Bran Stark was hurt and Catelyn was watching over him.

With Euron's reference to "...and I have two hands", it's quite likely that's an easter egg for future use and will relate to the prophecy.

The blood witch also said she would not marry a prince, but a king. Jamie isn't a king (nor can they really marry anyway). But Euron is the Iron King, and the King of Salt and Rock (among other titles).

I think Tyrion (sp), Arya, or even Jamie is too cliché and would ultimately be a letdown. Jamie is just too loyal to her, despite her lunacy. So Euron is going to strangle Cersei to death.

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Reply #101 posted 08/30/17 8:06am

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TrivialPursuit said:

I'm going to make a prediction, based on some of what I already know/read and some YouTuber's who have the same theory.

Cersei will die (maybe not even next season but eventually) by strangulation, but only after a more beautiful woman comes along and takes everything that is dear to her from her.


The blood witch made a prophecy about a younger brother strangling her to death with his bare handS (plural).

BUT that leaves out Jamie because he only has one hand. It was Euron who said he wanted to marry the most beautiful woman in the world, "...and I have two hands" (a slam to the knowledge that Cersei and Jamie - the one-handed younger brother - are siblings and fucking).

About the most beautiful woman - the blood witch made note that someone more beautiful than Cersei will come and take everything from her. It wasn't past queens or princesses since they didn't take everything from Cersei, nor were considered more beautiful. But someone who is considered more beautiful will be that threat. So that will happen, then she'll die by someone else's handS (plural).

The blood witch told Cersei that she wouldn't have more than three children so her current pregnancy won't last. She has lost all her children - one to The Faith, one to murder, and one to suicide. If she's really PG now, it won't last by whatever means. (She mentions losing a child right after childbirth or there about, but that's on the TV series only. She mentioned the baby to Catelyn Stark when Bran Stark was hurt and Catelyn was watching over him.

With Euron's reference to "...and I have two hands", it's quite likely that's an easter egg for future use and will relate to the prophecy.

The blood witch also said she would not marry a prince, but a king. Jamie isn't a king (nor can they really marry anyway). But Euron is the Iron King, and the King of Salt and Rock (among other titles).

I think Tyrion (sp), Arya, or even Jamie is too cliché and would ultimately be a letdown. Jamie is just too loyal to her, despite her lunacy.


So do you think Euron does it?

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Reply #102 posted 08/30/17 8:16am

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missfee said:

More thoughts that come to mind:

1. Jon's a pretty emotional guy. Once he finds who he truly is, I'm sure he'll need a bit of time to process everything...combining the fact of how he feels about Daenerys. The problem is, there won't be any time to stop, think, process, work through emotions, etc. with the Dead Army on its way.

2. Once Aegon Targaryen is revealed, even with how she feels about him, I'm not sure Daenerys will take too well that there is someone who supersedes her on the throne.

3. The more I think about this Jon (Aegon)/Daenerys love-crown status-family conflict, it really does has the potential to get messy. Then throw in the fact that Daenerys will more than likely be pregnant, I'm just not sure how all of this will turn out within 6 episodes.

4. I'm thinking the writers are saving Theon to be the one to cause Euron's death. But as we all know in GoT fashion, it could go totally left. Theon could be the one to die before Euron does. Either way, Euron will get his.

5. Without someone performing some "magic" to help fight the dead army, I don't see how any of them can/would survive the "great war". I'm looking at you Bran, Melisandre (The Red Woman), Beric (if he's still alive) or that other Red Woman we saw either last season or the season before that one (the one who Tyrion convinced spread the word to the locals that Daenerys is their rightful queen).

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Could be enough to drive one mad. wink

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Reply #103 posted 08/30/17 8:21am

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So do you think Euron does it?

Yes.

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Reply #104 posted 08/30/17 11:27am

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Reply #105 posted 08/30/17 11:39am

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Rumor has it that Bran may be the Night King.

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Reply #106 posted 08/30/17 11:57am

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Another rumor is also that the army of the dead is in formation here as the Stark Direwolf logo at the end of the finale. I kinda see it.

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Reply #107 posted 08/30/17 1:00pm

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Another rumor is also that the army of the dead is in formation here as the Stark Direwolf logo at the end of the finale. I kinda see it.

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There's speculation the NK is a Stark. Plus, could "Bran the Builder" be building a new world without men? Would that not be the ultimate gut punch for a series that has punished its audience over 8 seasons?

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Reply #108 posted 08/31/17 11:22am

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It always comes down to the "ships"

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Reply #111 posted 09/01/17 3:04am

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Tonight I'm gonna pick up some Reek inspired Egg rolls...

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Just for the hell of it.

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Reply #114 posted 09/01/17 11:58am

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I have to do some more digging, but I am convinced that Christopher Abbott (The Sinner) and Kit Harington are the same dude.

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Reply #115 posted 09/03/17 4:14pm

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Great episode, great ending. I was so proud of Cersei, i really thought she were goin to help Dany and her crew against The Walkin Dead crew. But as usual she was true to herself only, great character, actually the best character in GOT.

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Reply #116 posted 09/03/17 4:19pm

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How could i forget, Jon's great ass.

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Reply #117 posted 09/05/17 4:14am

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morningsong said:

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Hell yes!!!! nod

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Reply #118 posted 09/05/17 6:40am

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namepeace said:

missfee said:

More thoughts that come to mind:

1. Jon's a pretty emotional guy. Once he finds who he truly is, I'm sure he'll need a bit of time to process everything...combining the fact of how he feels about Daenerys. The problem is, there won't be any time to stop, think, process, work through emotions, etc. with the Dead Army on its way.

And perhaps a child.

2. Once Aegon Targaryen is revealed, even with how she feels about him, I'm not sure Daenerys will take too well that there is someone who supersedes her on the throne.

To quote a favorite movie of mine, "power is the only fact." Dany may be second in line, but Jon doesn't command the Unsullied, the Dothraki, or two dragons.

3. The more I think about this Jon (Aegon)/Daenerys love-crown status-family conflict, it really does has the potential to get messy. Then throw in the fact that Daenerys will more than likely be pregnant, I'm just not sure how all of this will turn out within 6 episodes.

I hear all the episodes may be as long as "Dragon and the Wolf." The editors can make or break the whole series with their work next season.

4. I'm thinking the writers are saving Theon to be the one to cause Euron's death. But as we all know in GoT fashion, it could go totally left. Theon could be the one to die before Euron does. Either way, Euron will get his.

Theon could finally redeem himself as "a Stark and a Greyjoy." If he takes out Euron, he flips the Iron Isles and the fleet to Dany's side in the Great War.

5. Without someone performing some "magic" to help fight the dead army, I don't see how any of them can/would survive the "great war". I'm looking at you Bran, Melisandre (The Red Woman), Beric (if he's still alive) or that other Red Woman we saw either last season or the season before that one (the one who Tyrion convinced spread the word to the locals that Daenerys is their rightful queen).

Bran is going to be the key, and I've been saying for years that he's going to warg a dragon before the show is over.


You guys are spot on, IMO. Dany will not like being second in line - but Jon/Aegon will not like being first. He leans more Stark than Targaryan - more like Ned who was a warrior but had no taste for politics. Jon will either die defendng mankind, or return to the North. I do not think he and Dany will end up together - another tragic love story in the making.

I agree - Bran is the key.

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Reply #119 posted 09/05/17 9:05am

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DiminutiveRocker said:

namepeace said:


You guys are spot on, IMO. Dany will not like being second in line - but Jon/Aegon will not like being first. He leans more Stark than Targaryan - more like Ned who was a warrior but had no taste for politics. Jon will either die defendng mankind, or return to the North. I do not think he and Dany will end up together - another tragic love story in the making.

I agree - Bran is the key.

Jon or Dany will either die defending against the walkers. But, after the walkers are defeated, will there be enough of an army left to take on Cersie? Cersie's new husband will kill her and take the throne.

Unless, the iron bank backs the war against the dead. Which seems like the best interest for them. Then and only then if John and Dany survive the battle of the Dead, he will let Dany on the throne (he doesn't want it), he will rule aside her. Sansa will rule Winterfell with Arya by her side. The North would be okay with John being with a Southern ruler.

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