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OFFICIAL Game of Thrones Thread

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by Piobaire, Dec 5, 2010.

  1. Michigan Planner

    Michigan Planner Senior member

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    Don't you use Valyrian steel to slice food in your own house? I didn't know there was any other way!
     
  2. HORNS

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    The exchange between Cersei and Brienne was interesting. Does Brienne love Jaime? Well, it would be called "love" in Cersei's cynical world-view, and I think thus the lack of response from Brienne.
     
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    this

    he poured the wine out of a pitcher on the table everybody was using.

    i guess it could be the cup


    but from the book i think it was the wine. i vaguely recall a ring with a openable compartment being used to poison the wine
     
  4. Piobaire

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    Loras and sis get some pretty good scenes. IMO, best scene in the entire series was Margaery offering up her ass, and/or to get a threesome with Loras going, to get Renly started so they could make an heir.
     
  5. HORNS

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    She is a VERY pragmatic woman.
     
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    Oberyn is so damn awesome, it makes me want to turn bisexual, amirite Neo?
     
  7. Connemara

    Connemara Senior member

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    Bronn had the best line of the night about banging some knight's wife. "She's a real screamer."
     
  8. HORNS

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    They had to get a lot into this episode, so I hope to see more Bronn and Jaime.
     
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    Replacing the mute executioner with Bronn is probably good move for the show (instead of recasting Ilyn Payne).

    Bronn's funny and enjoyed by audiences, it is believable that he would keep quiet for money, and if they don't do something like this, he basically fades into the background as the books progress. Now he should hang around with regular joke-cracking appearances.
     
  10. Michigan Planner

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    I was thinking about all the deaths in the books and the show and looking back, the only one that I was legitimately saddened by was Syrio Forel. He just seemed like such a stand up guy and it would have been interesting for him and Arya to run off together to avenge her father or others (of course, this was before I had read any of the books).


    My thoughts exactly. I imagine besides watching people spar with swords it would have been pretty boring and one-sided had Payne been his partner. This seems like one of the better changes from the book to the show.
     
  11. Joffrey

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    What a shit episode.
     
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    It was the hairpiece. After the wedding Sansa noticed a black stone was missing
     
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    RIP you. You will be missed.
     
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  14. HORNS

    HORNS Senior member

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    Jesus Christ . . .

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    Necklace, not hairpiece.
     
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    I saw some dead birds. And one of the dead pigeon head fell off as well, probably from the chop.
     
  17. HORNS

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    So, for those who have read up to the latest, does Margaery achieve a widow's hat-trick?
     
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    Re: whodunit, I don't remember all the innuendos written in the books, but I do remember it still being somewhat unresolved.

    My best theory? Who among the wedding guests has a reputation of being a poisoner? :sly: that person certainly has a motive as well
     
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