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I thought Cersei’s plan was to let the WW deal with her enemies and then attack when they are weak. I wonder why she changes strategy. Maybe after she looses the baby she just doesn’t give a fuck anymore.

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6 points · 2 hours ago

Yeah. It think she will lose her mind.

Good idea. I'm at S2 right now. Rewatching for the first time before S6

10 points · 2 days ago

Everyone who isn't us is the enemy.

12 points · 3 days ago

8 and a half months until April 2019, when we hope S8 will air.

30 points · 3 days ago

Less than 8 years - instant

Wow, you don't respect George AT ALL. He cares deeply about A Song of Ice and Fire, but honestly, the fact that I'm seeing more fans like you crawling out of the woodwork makes me think he shouldn't release anything new. We don't deserve it.

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11 points · 7 days ago · edited 7 days ago

It’s not. He’s said himself he has over 1000 pages manuscript. He’s already released like 7-10 chapters. TWOW will 100% come out. ADOS May even come out. But I doubt that’s enough to wrap this series up. That’s my concern, personally E: he stated he expected them to be 1500 pages manuscript

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8 points · 7 days ago

He never said that.

Link me a scene where Dinklage was "outstanding" this season.

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20 points · 7 days ago

His scene with Cersei.

4 points · 8 days ago

Since people just rewatched this episode, how do you all feel about the dialogue between Sansa and Petyr?

Do you feel like Petyr sold/gave her to the Boltons, or it was Sansa's decision to make to return to Winterfell?

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7 points · 7 days ago

She was manipulated into thinking it was her choice. But in reality she didn't have any other option.

3 points · 7 days ago

> But in reality she didn't have any other option.

"In reality?" You have any actual proof to support this theory? 

I mean, do you honestly believe Littlefinger, who loves Sansa, would force her to into an arranged marriage that she did not want? Especially after he says things like “say the word and we turn the horses around” and “I won’t force you to do anything you don’t want to”? 

His end game is to be with Sansa in some sort of romantic and political relationship… impossible to see that occurring if he forces her to wed against her will like the Lannisters did. 

Besides, what did he gain sending Sansa North? Nothing really. 

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6 points · 7 days ago

He destroyed pact between the Lannisters and Boltons

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She was the third most important character in the first season. I feel without her the show lost an interesting dynamics.

Both Peter Russo and Zoe were one of the most interesting characters when the show started and I feel we lost them too early without anyone who can really replace them.

26 points · 8 days ago

The show was planned to be 4 seasons by the creator (52 episodes, 52 cards in a deck) but Netflix forced him to stretch Season 3 and 4 out so they have some material left.

The creator left the show after S4 though, he rightfully didn’t want to be a part of the S5 mess

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Original Poster10 points · 8 days ago

That was never confirmed.

9 points · 8 days ago

It makes sense with the creator leaving after Episode 52 though

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Original Poster4 points · 8 days ago

S4 wasn't written as the last season at all. If that was the reason he left he would have left after S3 when it was claer that Netflix doesn't want to end the show with 4 seasons.

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Yeah me too... Maybe we'll get them once the spin-off shows have ended.

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So never?

I'm not sure the ratings are what they are without the early seasons, though. The political drama, particularly leading up to the Red Wedding, is what caused GOT to cross cultural divides and appeal on a mass scale. The hype has simply continued to grow with each year.

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3 points · 8 days ago

Then why every other show has decline in ratings except GoT? Or they have stable ratings, but no show has constant growth like GoT.

Yeah. AFFC and ADWD seemed like a waste of time.

Somewhere in season 6 i realized the show runners were done with it themselves, ready to move onto the next project. I think the shortened seasons prove that, as well as the news of another show already in the works.

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7 points · 9 days ago

Shorter seasons don't prove that, since they are working much longer on them.

When is the show probably going to release next year?

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12 points · 12 days ago

Except for reshoots... spinoffs... prequels... reunion movies....

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Original Poster16 points · 12 days ago

But't it won't be this story and these characters.

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You would be okay with an ending where Lyanna Targaryen, incest baby, is on the Iron Throne as a child ruler with wise Uncle Tyrion as regent? Or how about one where Gendry becomes king? How about one where Bran becomes king? (And I know many people want an ending where Dany rules while Jon does embroidery but ewww.. guys.) There are so many ways that GOT can go wrong that it is going to be a long and jumpy wait at least for me.

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Original Poster3 points · 12 days ago

If it's done well I don't care what the end is.

It is entertainment, so if I don't like the ending, I don't have to coo about the CGI. There was nice CGI and lighting in Season 7 but it was a flop because the story was horrible.

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Original Poster3 points · 12 days ago

"Story was horrible" in your opinion.

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Until the filming of the prequel starts, that is.

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Original Poster78 points · 12 days ago

But that's different show.

5 points · 13 days ago

It can be both.

Should I watch these before or after the respective seasons they cover? I am going through my second watch of GOT and on S3 right now so wouldnt exactly be spoiled but Ive forgotten a lot so wonder should I watch them in advance os the seasons?

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3 points · 13 days ago

It doesn't matter.

Original Poster14 points · 14 days ago

It is subtle though. Before this I don’t think it had occurred to Ramsay that his new position of power would be in jeopardy. She planted that seed.

Kind of like ‘my brother always fights on the front lines’ to Joffrey was another subtle move I mentioned in another comment.

Her shade /=/ manipulation

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0 points · 14 days ago

I did occurre to Ramsay in E5. But I think Sansa convinced him that he was right to think that his position of could be in jeopardy.

She and Lena. Justice is here last.

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Original Poster2 points · 14 days ago

They are not predicting that Lena is going to win :( They have actress from THT as front runner.

Nobody can deny you the opportunity to enjoy a tv show. At least not by making Reddit comments.

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Original Poster7 points · 14 days ago

It can if you don't have place to discuss the show, without people telling constantly you it shouldn't exist in the first place.

well then dont fucking come on reddit !, it's a forum for different opinions.

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Original Poster5 points · 14 days ago

But that's my point. There are no different opinions.

Original Poster4 points · 14 days ago

But having Jon turn gray with filmy eyes smelling like a dead cat for the rest of the series, well that would put a real damper on people’s enjoyment.

Oh, I completely agree with you. I'm just saying that, if Jon comes back unchanged, I hope it's easy to see the reason for it beyond "it's distasteful for an attractive lead character to be zombie-like."

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3 points · 14 days ago

He will be unchanged becase his mind was in Ghost.

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