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Discussion in 'Game of Thrones (ASOIAF)' started by dump, Apr 14, 2019.
It would definitely fit with the season theme of stuff that makes no sense but is cool to look at
Was surprised that Furdik was a pure stunt guy. He was pretty impressive with his physical acting as NK
GRRM gave D&D only 1 detail from future books and it was a Dany / Cersei sex scene.
So you’re telling me the one scene that needs a visual depiction will only be in the books and not the television show?
I feel ya, brother
EDIT; damnit TrustyPatches beat me to it
DOUBLE EDIT: even kit Harrington didn’t think it was right killing Dany, damn
Real talk I seriously wonder if Kit’s personality has somewhat informed and influenced the writing of Jon as an extremely reluctant hero.
He even said he struggled once he realized Jon was becoming the focal point of the show around season 4/5
pretty much stopped reading around the finale, so sorry if this has been addressed already.
I'm watching Spoils of War and Bronn impales the Dothraki guy chasing him with the scorpion. The bolt is then lodged in a wagon ten feet away.
The same fucking scorpion bolts that wrecked an entire fleet can't destory a wagon ten feet away.
but that's showbiz baby
No they had much bigger ones next season.
They upgraded when the scorpion that hit Drogon didnt kill him. The new one basically one-shotted Rheagal
I don’t want to spoil the surprise guest on the last GoT Binge Mode but it’s hilarious
Just seeing they have 2 episodes I haven’t listened to. Nice, thank you
Can you spoil it?
Pretty great surprise. Glad I went in blind
Yeah, so who was it?
the actor who played the prince of Dorne in the last episode aka the Notorious P.O.D.
I saw some speculation that the guy between Sam and Edmure at the final council was in the script as Howland Reed
That would make perfect sense since he didn’t mention Jon’s parents at all.
It would certainly be on brand to put someone like that in the scene and then not make it matter at all.
Lmao they submitted the finale for the best writing Emmy
it will win
Should have done Episode 2
Do they have an award for best cinematography? It should win that
Also, Emilia Clarke should be the front runner for best supporting actress at the Emmy’s
no she shouldn't
She was submitted as a lead actress
You know nothing, zeberdee
She’s not supporting
The previous 3 times she was nominated, it was always supporting. So why did it change now?
EDIT: Also every time Peter Dinklage has been nominated, it was for best supporting actor. It’s an ensemble cast, you really had no true leads.
Kit Harrington was submitted for Lead Actor for finding how many times a character can possibly say "She's my queen" in one season of television.
That’s not fair, he also said “I don’t want it”.
Does anyone know if Jon ever looked into the night King’s eyes?
Anyone need further proof the Benioff and Weiss are toe-sucking, ninny muggins?
Lena Headey Says 'I Wanted a Better' End for Cersei Lannister
No shit? I imagine she wanted a better final season. Did she say more than thirty words?
Interesting, how different episode was supposed to be.
So its not just me.
Hilarious. Just an awful season of television, save for 'A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms', the only ones I get behind are Gwendoline, Sophie, Maisie, and NCW. Everything else is silly
That's a fucking joke
They should both reply to this tweet with "I DON'T WANT IT!"