The first two episodes of Season 8 have come and gone, and there are only 4 episodes of the show left. It took two years of waiting, but it almost seems like it is going by so fast now that it’s here.
Well. I won’t spend too much time recapping the episode, as I would rather spend time talking about what I think it all means and what will happen next.
Continue reading “GoT S8E2: A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms”
Well, here we are – rapidly approaching the final season of my favorite TV show. HBO has released some teasers and such.
So I thought I might make some predictions for what we might see in the final season of the show, and specifically, who I think will live and who will die.
Continue reading “Some Predictions for GoT Season 8”
So while there was a lot I liked in this episode, there was also some stuff that I didn’t like. But first, a few things that were guessed correctly.
Continue reading “Not quite what I was suspecting in S7E2, but still good”
because the real world has been just awful lately. Terrible. Horrible. I just can’t bring myself to talk more about it because it’s just too depressing. Things just get worse and worse rather than better.
So yeah, let’s talk about Westeros – the North in particular, although I am sure I will wander around to other places at some point.
Continue reading “Time for some GoT escapism…”
This weekend, Episode Nine of Season Six will finally be out, and I have to say I have been looking forward to this for a long, long time. Die, Boltons, die.
So here are my predictions, based on the still photos and brief video clips from the episode that we have seen so far.
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Well, this show is known for its shocking moments (especially for non-book readers, known in fan circles as the Unsullied) and Season Six has frankly had more than its share so far, and there are still four episodes left to go in the season.
Continue reading “Season Six of GoT continues to explode heads”
I really didn’t know.
I had suspected that it would have something to do with the door to the House of Black and White, or maybe the door to the Great Sept of Baelor, or something along those lines. The actual meaning and significance of the name, and which door it meant, is something I could never have guessed in a million years.
Continue reading “Well. I had wondered why they called this episode “The Door”.”
OK guys, I get it. George just hasn’t been able to crank out the books fast enough, and now the TV show has caught up to the books, more or less. So now you no longer have all that juicy source material to work from, you just have whatever tidbits GRRM has given you about where the story is going. That’s fine.
But guys? I’m worried. Frankly, you are starting to scare me a little bit. Not having Book Six or Book Seven to work from does not mean that you should suddenly become nihilists. It’s not a race to see who can kill more characters. Moving the story forward does not mean taking a large metaphorical dump on the hopes and dreams of the fans, ok?
Continue reading “Dear Benioff and Weiss… WHAT ARE YOU DOING?!?!?!?”
I want to talk about my favorite of the Seven Kingdoms, the North. Obviously there is going to be a hell of a lot going on there this season, especially now that our favorite guy who knows nothing has come back from the dead.
Continue reading “The future of the North in GoT’s Season Six”