jeter0204 wrote:Nothing wrong with being pickyiambillyg wrote:So many people focused on Stannis being a jerk and forgetting about Meryn Trant and "Too old."
He has discerning taste.
Hah, that's what I was thinking while watching, too. Just in case people forgot all the terrible fudge he did in seasons past, let's remind everyone by making him into little kids.Philpenn wrote:Trant's already one of the biggest dirtbags on the show, why not make him a pederast too?
Yeah. Last night was terrible storytelling all around. This Wall thing really pissed me off. As did the cheesy Stannis/daughter set up. And the dragon attack. And the fact that the Unsullied are getting beaten all the time, or just not around. I'm trying to let it slide, but it's getting bad enough to take me out of the fantasy and put me in the writing room. It's sad, because before this season I felt like this show was almost perfect as far as storytelling goes. This season seems more like it should be on the CW than on HBO.seppuku wrote:Is it a little ironic that for a show with a famous iconic opening sequence based on geography that they totally ignore the sense of geography some times?
What was the whole point of taking Stannis' ships around Eastwatch by the sea to collect the wildlings in the north if you just come back through Castle Black from the north side?
After that attack last week I would not be getting off the boat until we were pass the Wall.
Me as well. Anyone help with this?Codeblue wrote:I totes forgot what he did.
I guess looking back on it he wasn't as awful as some others. Mainly, he murdered Arya's sword teacher dude and beat on Sansa because Joffrey told him to. He was kind of just a turd in general whenever he was on screen, but didn't really have any Ram or Joffrey level fudge. Pretty sure the pedo angle was two-fold: to follow that trend of him generally just being a piece of fudge and also to give Arya an avenue to get to him.wonkabars7 wrote:Me as well. Anyone help with this?Codeblue wrote:I totes forgot what he did.
Ramsay started the fires- what was hinted at when he said he only needed 20 men to take out Stannis army.TheThirdEye wrote:So did Melisandre start the fires in Stannis' camp with her magic or something? Was that a way to push Stannis towards the sacrifice? I was kind of confused on that part.
Also it seemed Davos knew something bad was going to happen to Shireen, since he was trying to bring her back with him to Castle Black after getting the orders from Stannis? I'm guessing this is why Stannis sent Davos to get the food and men from Jon Snow, even though he had the excuse of him being the best person to persuade Jon.