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Yeah but dragons
Pew!
The Boltons are fucked up, man.
red chamber dream
best ep of the season so far.

poor cersei ;-[
I did a jig when they grabbed cersei cuz I hate her. When she revealed her strategy of empowering the church I remarked that she was letting something out of the bag that could end up coming back on her.  I'm glad I was right.  Still, I think the threat she made at the end of the show will ultimately be carried out. 
Lastnight's episode may have been the best one so far.  I was riveted!  I'm going to watch it again tonight. 
red chamber dream
yeah, that was amazing. i'll have to watch it again too. definitely a top 5 episode for me.
red chamber dream
season 5 is shaping up pretty nicely
Winter finally came
red chamber dream
hell yeah
red chamber dream
also

Not impossible
just highly unlikely
Finally caught up. Loving this season so far. Storylines are finally converging!

I'm kind of let down by the fact that Bran will not show up this year since his shit is pretty interesting, but Arya is making up for it.
red chamber dream
umm so they decide to follow up one of their best ever episodes ... with another of their best ever episodes? damn, season 5 turned out to be fantastic. looking forward to how it ends!
red chamber dream
go daenerys, and go stannis ... i love his devotion even though it may be misguided

i also like how the show might be spoiling the books for people now lol
Just watched it.  I was jumping up and down in the living room cheering!  This might be my fav show ever. 
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Quote from arkarian:
i also like how the show might be spoiling the books for people now lol


Not in any really significant way yet as far as I can remember but there will obviously be a lot of that in next season unless the book gets done in time. Although at the same time the books contain three times as many storylines and characters so there's a lot of things the show won't ever really spoil. Shireen is still alive in the books so that could be a spoiler from the show, but her situation is pretty different in the books so I'm not sure.
I don't know why some people get so hung up on the comparison between the book and the show.  They never even pretended to be the same thing, so who cares if they're different?  The show owes nothing to the books and vice versa.
Almost happy
Yeah I largely agree, changing something isn't inherently bad. There have been some changes I've disliked in the show and some changes I've loved, but I haven't ever disliked something because it wasn't exactly word for word lifted from the books. They're told in different mediums by different people, some change is inevitable and necessary.
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arkarian: 2015-06-08 11:16:34 am
red chamber dream
shireen is what i was talking about, from what i've heard the books seem to be leading up to the same conclusion for her

and yeah opium i agree, i don't care about the books at all
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Cpadolf: 2015-06-08 11:42:55 am
Almost happy
Quote from arkarian:
shireen is what i was talking about, from what i've heard the books seem to be leading up to the same conclusion for her


She'll probably get burned, the question is more if Stannis will know/approve of it because they're separated at this point in the books.
Not impossible
just highly unlikely
Danyris reached level 20 and class changed into a wyvern rider.




My wife hit me when I made that joke.
Not impossible
just highly unlikely
Holy shit, what?

Oh hey, let's just kill every single person who has a legitimate shot at the throne, right?
Almost happy
Well Stannis was never going to be king, and I'm not so sure that he's dead yet anyway. You never actually saw him die and GoT isn't exactly the kind of show to avoid showing someone unambiguously dying when they are killed off. I think Brienne might be interested in keeping him alive since he's like the only person who could clear her name from killing Renley.

Jon is definitely dead but he'll probably come back anyway. Melisande showed up like 1 minute before he got stabbed and we've seen red priests bringing someone back from death before. I just think there's still too much stuff Jon needs to be around for in some way or another that him dying at this point would just be shoddy storytelling.
This story often makes you hate or love someone right before bad things happen to them.  Stannis burns his daughter and loses everything, Cersei is a cunt and ends up bawling and smeared with feces, Theon's betrayal and terrible torture, etc so I feel strongly that the watchmen who betrayed Snow will meet terrible deaths.  We're all going to love seeing them covered in wights.
Almost happy
I think most/all of the remaining watchmen are pretty fucked regardless of the white walkers. I mean Jon was basically the only guy the wildlings even vaguely respected/trusted and they killed him for the act of bringing them through the walls. And there's what, 5000 wildlings and 50-ish watchmen? It wasn't a terribly smart move on their part.