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Discussion in 'College Football Soundoff' started by EvilMonkeyInTheCloset, Apr 14, 2019.
Let it be known.
Oh and spoilers........duh.
Was the best season opener of the series IMO. Lots to unpack
In the preview for episode 2........
Who do we think Arya was shooting her special weapon at?
Sansa made it move, looking real tasty.
That's a quick journey
Only got 5 episodes left and a lot of shit to do. Timelines will be moving fast
I don't know, I was just messing around.
This entire episode was just the characters finding out things we already knew. I think Yara getting rescued was the only new thing, and that whole series took up maybe 2 minutes.
That look between Jamie and Bran at the end, tho...
Is anyone going to mention the incest thang?
Jamie knows he put Bran in that chair and tried to kill him. It was probably a serious shock to still see him alive.
I feel like they pretty well tied up most loose ends as far as reconciling different character storylinee save for Jamie's arrival at the end. That obviously has yet to play out. Gotta wonder what Bran does or says in ep 2.
I feel like Jamie has some full 180 redemption act of heroism left. Like he kills Cersei and gets the Lannister army or sacrifices himself to kill the Night king
I was just arguing with my gf about it. She says the Targs are known to be incestuous in order to keep the bloodline pure. So yeah, we're looking at a nephew/aunt **** combo on throne.
Nobility, they don’t care about inbreeding...lol
Their kids are going to have two heads and multiple nipples on the forehead.
My guess is that this no longer concerns Bran. He knows that there are bigger fish to fry here so I think it will be handled in some back room conclusion type situation.
"We have no time for that"
And to have Brans creepy ass eye ******* you when getting off your horse...
Bronn's foursome interrupted. What the hell has this show turned into?
Thats what I think too. Bran isnt really Bran anymore. Jamie will probably try to awkwardly address it and Bran will instead allude in some mystifying manner to whatever role Jamie is about to play in this whole thing and brush off the tower incident entirely.
To think, I watched that tower scene 3 times on 3 different occasions over the course of a year or so because I heard all the GoT hype and thought "meh, this isnt special" and never gave it a chance after that scene until that 3rd time. To think how far we've come now and what I would have missed!
Still think Jamie is Azhor Ahal, or will be anyway.
So it seems like everyone is aware or accepted that the Night King and walkers are legit yet Sansa is worried about titles. It's getting annoying.
Seems too obvious and not exciting, but could Beric be Azhor Ahal. Why the hell is he still alive.
Maybe he dies and the real Azhor Ahai picks up his flaming sword idk
Not just Sansa. The north in general is being petty.
I've got 2 heads and love when 2 nipples are on my forehead.
Just a tool for the Lord of Light I think. But if it is him that would be a serious long game play. Just like Hodor.
Cersei is also an idiot, those dragons alone would ruin the golden company..
Idk... looked to be made of drangonglass in the sketch she handed Gendry, but hard to tell
Not if she had her elephants
Graceful creatures, and a hell of a memory..
This, I see them reconciling. There were conflicts set up in that episode which will be much more destructive
Jon vs Dany is the rivalry of this season. Jon is a much better person than Dany.
Agreed. Jamie has vastly changed and Bran DGAF about anything related to his past life anymore.
Jon is, unless that is too obvious
Agrree, but he is a guy, he might think with his Johnson.
So what the story of Azhor Ahal, who is that?
Person that kills the night king with their magic sword. Have to first quench the sword by thrusting it into the heart of their wife. Then they and 10 honest men hunt down and kill the Night king.
Bran be like.....
Btw did anyone else laugh when the kid-zombie started screaming in that "jump-scare" scene?