Tuesday, May 26, 2015

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The episode is entitled The Gift.

I liked this episode, save for the fact that if we are getting ahead of the books, that the writers are going to keep stealing from movies like The Gladiator. I mean, come on. Just stop it already. That was f'ing lazy.

I haven't read the books, so I don't really care who or what does the writing, just don't be lazy.

Who didn't see it coming that Reek was going to betray Sansa. I mean, that also was way too expected. It made it sting a little bit less, but it was definitely foretold.

I personally thought we would see Ramsay just knock down the tower. I thought that would be really cool. Plus, that's most definitely a sign.

On a side note, what kid of sign does Brienne need besides a candle? I can't wait to see what finally forces her into this sadistic camp in order to rescue Sansa.

I would like to back track for a second here. How stupid was Sansa for trusting Reek? The guy quivers constantly. I know. How about ask around? So, hey, how did Reek get here? It's like Sansa learned nothing from her time in King's Landing with Joffrey.  Also Reek insists his name is not Theon, who would trust him at this point? Sad Sansa.

I'm really excited to see where the Tyrion thing goes with the Queen of Dragons. That should be really interesting. I have no guesses. I'm just trying to enjoy the ride.

Really, now we are going to kill the poor Stannis daughter? That seems like this poor young girl has gone through too much for that. Her mother obviously hates her. The witch is pulling a story right out of the bible, which, again, seems like lazy storytelling. I'm not sure I like where that is going.

As for Jon Snow, I get that all sides mistrust each other, the Wildlings and the Knights of the Watch, but, haven't we all seen White Walkers by now? I hope they don't spend too much time on the ridiculous nature of not trusting Jon Snow.

I do think it could be cool, I just want them to tread lightly on the overkill.

As for Cersei, that was so super awesome. I would never, ever let myself be cornered by those freaks. Even her young son was smarter than to individually go up against them. I do hope she murders them all. I was getting those vibes from the leader when Queen Olenna was talking to him. I was like "he's looking at you like he wants to throw you in jail, too"!

Yet, it was Cersei he nabbed.

I can't wait for next week!

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Monday, May 18, 2015

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Now for my thoughts on this week's GoT.

Poor Sad Sansa, we all saw that coming -- things weren't going to go well for her. I know we all kinda hoped, by some small miracle, that Ramsay wouldn't be horrifying to her, but ... life in the 7 Kingdoms is not a nice one. The show always surprises me though, having Theon watch -- hard core.

The question now is, will Theon stick up for Sansa or is he so beat down he will turn on her given the chance? He turned on his own sister, but he barely knew her. Plus, he didn't watch her get raped. Often times, in the real world, people who are abused come forward when someone else falls prey. Perhaps that's the case here.

Cersei, don't fuck with Cersei, that's what this really comes down to. However, one can't help but think the Queen Olenna has been around, and successful, for a long while. I would not count her out quite yet. I have to admit, good play by Cersei to gain even more leverage. She took down Queen Margaery - either by sentencing her to death or by a bargaining chip, it really doesn't matter. Point, Cersei. Poor King T though, he looked like someone took his new puppy.

Even more impressive is Littlefinger. That dude is as snaky as they come. I'm not sure what his play is, but either way, he wins. The question is, what would he like to see happen -- I don't think he cares. He's in a position now where all three scenarios work, except if Stannis wins. That's the only one that can't happen for Littlefinger.

As for Tyrion, I love him. We are back with his strong suits in this episode -- him talking his way out of something. I loved his line about his, well, you know. Classic Tyrion!

I for one am excited to see Jorah in the fighting pits!

We have seen that people can survive the Greyscale, so I really don't know what will happen with Jorah.

I look forward to finding out.

Monday, May 11, 2015

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This week's episode is called Kill The Boy.

This is in reference to Jon Snow. He wants to bring the Wildlings into the North, past the wall. His thoughts are excellent. Winter is coming and they will need all the help that they can get. Also, I hadn't really thought of this, but most of the Wildlings might die and be turned into White Walkers if left north of the wall. Very, very smart thinking Jon Snow. I was very impressed with this forward thinking.

His problem is a tricky one. He knows what is best for all involved, but like all things in life, people have a hard time letting go of their prejudices even if it is for the greater good. Apparently, the 7 Kingdoms are not much different than the world in which we live in.

Daenerys is also having a time of it. I love how both these characters are dealing with the struggles of power simultaneously and with pretty much the same obstacles.  Daenerys is having trouble leading, because the people don't want it, even though it was in their best interest. Now, Daenerys has lost one of her own, and another is very wounded. Ideally, she would want everyone to love her since she set them free. That didn't happen. Now, does she seek full vengeance? That's not really an option either. So she uses intimidation -- her dragons. I'd really like to see these dragons get house trained. That would be much cooler than keeping them in chains. Maybe she can talk to her family in the North and see what they did to keep their dragons under control.

We did get some brief glimpses of Sad Sansa, but it was mostly in relation to Reek and Ramsay. I swear, they did some great casting with the actor who plays Ramsay. That dude conveys evil, sadistic evil. Kudos dude. He holds Reek over the head of Sansa. As much as we want to feel bad for Reek, he kinda, sorta brought this all on himself. He, too, thought power would be easy to hold onto, and it cost him dearly. While Reek didn't kill the two youngest Stark boys, he did betray Robb, which ultimately led to his death. Reek is no innocent here. However, well done Reek, don't blurt out that the boys are still alive, that is your only card for getting out of this situation.

Two out of the three families that brought death to Sansa's family are in that dining room with her -- and I thought my family dinners were uncomfortable!

Lastly, we have my favorite, Tyrion. He is going through the waters of Valyrian. Apparently, this was a great society that has fallen to ruins, although, I'm not sure why. Maybe other people know why, those who read the books, but this seems only vaguely eluded to. However, of more important note, the Stone Men live here. They are kinda like Lepers. You can't touch them our you get some greyscale. The Stone Men of course attack the boat and Tyrion is pulled under water. However, he does not get the greyscale. Huh? This is much like the convoluted mess that is in The Walking Dead as to becoming a Walker either by death or being bitten. I still don't understand the "science" behind that one. Id you already have Walker disease, does biting speed up the process? What if it's not a death bite? Doesn't make sense, nor does this. Tyrion got touched by a Stone Man under the water on his boot. So the boot protected him or was it the water?

I'd burn those clothes if I were Tyrion.

Can't wait until next week!

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Monday, May 4, 2015

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In this week's episode my favorite stuff was Sad Sansa and Jon Snow. Everyone else just seemed to be moving their pawns forward for future show spotlights.

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Sad Sansa is now at Winterfell in the crypt reminiscing about lost loved ones and wondering what will happen to her. Here we learn that Littlefinger is off to see Cersei. However, before he goes, he has some advice for Sansa, get Ramsay under your control. He alludes to her womanly charms, much like how Margaery has controlled all of her kings. I'm not sure here if Littlefinger has misjudged how terrible Ramsay is and if he really thought out this plan. He hopes that Sansa will become the Queen of Winterfell, once Stannis puts down the Boltons. It will be interesting to see how this develops. I can't tell if Littlefinger really does like Sansa or not. I don't think so. He's always been out for himself. Plus, she's just so sad.

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As for Jon Snow, I loved the fact that he turned down the witch for sex. Nothing good can come from that woman. I liked that he had enough gumption to turn her down. However, the witch did get a good stinger in there at the end, I mean no woman likes to be turned down. She says "You know nothing, Jon Snow." A certain Ygritte had said that to Jon before. Makes me wonder how the witch knew that by the way.

Other random stuff:

  • Grey Worm got his ass handed to him, but the old King's Guard swordsman went out swinging, taking a ton of people with him. I'm assuming Grey Worm lives here. 
  • The littlest prince backed down from the religious cult. That's always a bad decision. 
  • Seems Cersei has no problem putting her littlest prince in harm's way if that means Cersei gets to remain in control, although, she is doing a bad job of it. 
  • Jamie Lannister got a bit of confidence this week. 
  • There seems to be three young lady warriors now. I don't care. I'd rather watch Arya. Plus, I miss The Hound. 
  • There was barely any Tyrion and he was underutilized again this week. 

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Monday, April 27, 2015

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This week's episode was super interesting (for those of us who didn't cheat and watch ahead). We didn't see any of the Queen of Dragons, but we did see a lot of Sad Sansa and Jon Snow.

The Jon Snow thing was great. I like how the theme of these past few episodes is what these characters will do with power once they have it. How does one lead? I think Jon Snow did a great job. He was lenient with the one guy, Thorne, by giving him some control, letting him save face, but as for his buddy that got all cowardly when the Wildlings attacked, Slynt, Jon ships him off to that remote castle. He refuses, puts up a big stink, and then makes Jon make a decision.

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And in my opinion, he makes the right one. He sets an example to everyone, including Thorne, that while Jon might be new at the leadership role, and take in all sides, this does not make him soft. With some mild television hesitation, Jon chops off his head. Also, to note, to Stannis' approval. I think perhaps Jon Snow's brother, Robb Stark could've learned a thing or two from Jon.

As for Sad Sansa, poor Sansa. My goodness, she has had a tough run of it. One wish to be a Queen, and look where it leads her. Now she is to be married off to the son of the man who killed her mother and her brother? Previously she was almost married to the guy who killed her father. This girl really has had a go of it. Plus, two absolute sadists.

However, this will lead to some very, very good television.

On a side note, I don't think that Jorah is really taking Tyrion to Cersei, I think he is taking him to the Queen of Dragons.

Until next time.

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Sunday, April 19, 2015

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This weeks Game of Thrones was great! It was titled House of Black and White.

We get another look at Aria this week. She travels a great distance to get to Braavos. She is turned away by an older gentleman at the black and white gate. She sits there all night reiterating her hate list despite not being able to get through the doors. As if she has made her resolve to go it alone, she tosses her coin into the water, and goes on her way.

First of all, no one tosses the coin. Never. Ever. Not going to happen. You may leave your perch on the stairs, but you do not toss the coin.

Young Aria meets with a crew of boys who are less than cordial. She goes to fight them off, only for the older gentleman to remerge and show himself to be Jaqen. Arya goes behind those very doors she couldn't get into before with Jaqen. I'm assuming she will come back out a new person.

Our Dragon Queen had a rough week. She makes some costly decision that turns her free-slave followers against her. Looks like she has to make some even tougher decisions to get back her standing back as their queen and to get back on her path to the iron throne. There was one cool scene where we get to see the big dragon back. It looks like it wants some pets, but then changes it's mind. That thing was bad ass.

Then there was poor Brienne. Looks like that girl is the least liked on the playground. No one wants her help!

Lastly, our boy Jon Snow gets voted into office. For someone who says he doesn't want it, he looks pretty happy when he gets it. That other dude? Not so happy. Looks like it's going to be problematic.

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Monday, April 13, 2015

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This season premier episode of Game of Thrones was called pretty good. It was no season 4 finale, or The Mountain and the Viper, but it was still very good.

This episode seemed to set up a bit of what is to come. We see that Cersei has known per a witch all along that she would be Queen, Apparently she was first promised to Prince Targaryen, but after the Mad King went, well, all mad, and the prince died, that alliance fell through. This was foreseen. It is also foreseen that she will lose her reign to someone younger.

Everyone keeps thinking this is Margaery. However, have we not thought of Daenerys?

Cersei seems to be having a tough time with the loss of her father. I'm curious to see where this goes. One thing hasn't changed though, she wants Tyrion dead.

Tyrion though, is very much alive in the house of Illyrio. Honestly, couldn't some of these names be a little bit easier? It is too much to keep everything straight. Just for my simple recap and thoughts blog I have had to go to the wiki 1000 times. This also costs me productivity time because I get lost on reading up on these characters. I have not read the books, so I find that the Game of Thrones wiki is super-duper helpful. I thank you Game of Thrones wiki. You guys are great.

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It seems Varys has been part of a secret society that wants the Targaryen's back in rule. This was very interesting. It seems Littlefinger has out-maneuvered them at every turn. It will be exciting to see how these two play against each other. Varys asks if Tyrion would be willing to meet Daenerys. He will, just as long as he can drink his wine along the way. I thought this was a great seen as we see Varys and Tyrion verbally spar, to of the masters at using language and a quick, sharp tongue to get their points across. I like seeing these two on screen together and I am sure we will, as I am not alone in my fanfare of them.

Lastly, we get to Daenerys. She is still trying to figure out how to actually rule before she tries to take the iron throne. How very idyllic of her. She's not doing a great job as the Queen and she knows it. She is learning, what a lot of Queens and Kings learn (think of Robert Baretheon), that winning a war is a lot easier than ruling a people. She feels like she liberated the people and that should be enough, but it's not. Now there is an insurgency of her own. There are unhappy slaves, the last people she thought would be unhappy.

Then there are her dragons.

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She won the battle with her dragons, but then they too became unruly. It was a lot easier with them when they were younger. Now, just like her people, things have changed. How does she get her dragons' forgiveness, their loyalty, and their behavior under control?

I can't wait to find out.

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