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Re: Game of Thrones (TV) - US Pace - NO BOOK DISCUSSION (that means NO BOOK DISCUSSION)

Posted: Tue Aug 29, 2017 9:51 pm
by Dannie Lennox_
Somebody Else's Problem wrote:
Ad7 wrote:It's alright, my posts are being written by E E Erkhal


Full of spelling errors?

Was the misspelt name intentional?

Re: Game of Thrones (TV) - US Pace - NO BOOK DISCUSSION (that means NO BOOK DISCUSSION)

Posted: Tue Aug 29, 2017 10:08 pm
by Victor Mildew
Thatsthejoke.jpg

Re: Game of Thrones (TV) - US Pace - NO BOOK DISCUSSION (that means NO BOOK DISCUSSION)

Posted: Tue Aug 29, 2017 10:08 pm
by Denster
Valar dyslexia

Re: Game of Thrones (TV) - US Pace - NO BOOK DISCUSSION (that means NO BOOK DISCUSSION)

Posted: Tue Aug 29, 2017 10:14 pm
by Photek
Denster wrote:Soon the thread will be dormant again.
This is a good thing.

Denter is coming.

Re: Game of Thrones (TV) - US Pace - NO BOOK DISCUSSION (that means NO BOOK DISCUSSION)

Posted: Tue Aug 29, 2017 10:17 pm
by Victor Mildew
Chaos is a letter.

Re: Game of Thrones (TV) - US Pace - NO BOOK DISCUSSION (that means NO BOOK DISCUSSION)

Posted: Tue Aug 29, 2017 10:21 pm
by Ironhide
Denster wrote:Valar dyslexia


All nem mstu sever.

Re: Game of Thrones (TV) - US Pace - NO BOOK DISCUSSION (that means NO BOOK DISCUSSION)

Posted: Tue Aug 29, 2017 10:21 pm
by Roonmastor
Ad7 wrote:Image


Came in here to post this. Had me in stitches.

Re: Game of Thrones (TV) - US Pace - NO BOOK DISCUSSION (that means NO BOOK DISCUSSION)

Posted: Tue Aug 29, 2017 11:27 pm
by Grumpy David
Finish.Last wrote:So, who's coming for the Mountain, then? Or did the Hound just mean himself?



Clegganebowl. Get hype. :datass:

The Watching Artist wrote:And how the strawberry float does Jon survive being under freezing water for well over a minute getting his clothes soaked having spent a night (plus days?) freezing and then I don't know how long in the cold on a horse that trots about for I don't know how long because the concept of traveling time has become so strawberry floated in this show it seems pointless.


I have assumed Jon Snow is immune to cold like Dany is to fire. And that he'll be able to control the Ice Dragon due to him being "of ice and fire".

Re: Game of Thrones (TV) - US Pace - NO BOOK DISCUSSION (that means NO BOOK DISCUSSION)

Posted: Tue Aug 29, 2017 11:54 pm
by The Watching Artist
Grumpy David wrote:
The Watching Artist wrote:And how the strawberry float does Jon survive being under freezing water for well over a minute getting his clothes soaked having spent a night (plus days?) freezing and then I don't know how long in the cold on a horse that trots about for I don't know how long because the concept of traveling time has become so strawberry floated in this show it seems pointless.


I have assumed Jon Snow is immune to cold like Dany is to fire. And that he'll be able to control the Ice Dragon due to him being "of ice and fire".

He bloody shivers a lot for someone immune. Benjen probably gave him a hot water bottle. No doubt with a festive design on it. Maybe a hamper of food to have a picnic on the way back as well.

Re: Game of Thrones (TV) - US Pace - NO BOOK DISCUSSION (that means NO BOOK DISCUSSION)

Posted: Wed Aug 30, 2017 12:02 am
by Peter Crisp
The Watching Artist wrote:
Grumpy David wrote:
The Watching Artist wrote:And how the strawberry float does Jon survive being under freezing water for well over a minute getting his clothes soaked having spent a night (plus days?) freezing and then I don't know how long in the cold on a horse that trots about for I don't know how long because the concept of traveling time has become so strawberry floated in this show it seems pointless.


I have assumed Jon Snow is immune to cold like Dany is to fire. And that he'll be able to control the Ice Dragon due to him being "of ice and fire".

He bloody shivers a lot for someone immune. Benjen probably gave him a hot water bottle. No doubt with a festive design on it. Maybe a hamper of food to have a picnic on the way back as well.


What kind of arsehole goes on a suicidal rescue mission without a picnic?
I'd stand agog if someone turned up without a picnic and simply refuse to be rescued.

Re: Game of Thrones (TV) - US Pace - NO BOOK DISCUSSION (that means NO BOOK DISCUSSION)

Posted: Wed Aug 30, 2017 12:24 am
by Peter Crisp

Re: Game of Thrones (TV) - US Pace - NO BOOK DISCUSSION (that means NO BOOK DISCUSSION)

Posted: Wed Aug 30, 2017 7:23 am
by Victor Mildew
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Re: Game of Thrones (TV) - US Pace - NO BOOK DISCUSSION (that means NO BOOK DISCUSSION)

Posted: Wed Aug 30, 2017 8:23 am
by Moggy
It’s pretty strawberry floated up really that one of the most likeable and moral characters in the books/show is the guy who murdered his boss, strawberry floats his sister and pushes children out of windows. :slol:

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Posted: Wed Aug 30, 2017 11:18 am
by Zellery
jiggles wrote:"Nobody would have killed Tommen if father were still alive"

Bitch, he killed himself. Because you killed his wife.

While that's a great point and I thought of it too immediately after she said it, she was trying to say that all that gooseberry fool happened because Tywin had been killed and Kings Landing had been left to the mercy of The Sparrows.

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Posted: Wed Aug 30, 2017 12:09 pm
by Squinty
Moggy wrote:It’s pretty strawberry floated up really that one of the most likeable and moral characters in the books/show is the guy who murdered his boss, strawberry floats his sister and pushes children out of windows. :slol:


This is the one thing they really nailed in the transition from the book to television. That bath bit in Season 3 might be one of the best acted scenes in the show.

Jaime is one of my faves despite all those things you mentioned.

Re: Game of Thrones (TV) - US Pace - NO BOOK DISCUSSION (that means NO BOOK DISCUSSION)

Posted: Wed Aug 30, 2017 12:13 pm
by Tomous
Jamie use to be one of the most hated characters in the shows early days. His transformation has been huge.

Re: Game of Thrones (TV) - US Pace - NO BOOK DISCUSSION (that means NO BOOK DISCUSSION)

Posted: Wed Aug 30, 2017 3:23 pm
by Ironhide
Squinty wrote:
Moggy wrote:It’s pretty strawberry floated up really that one of the most likeable and moral characters in the books/show is the guy who murdered his boss, strawberry floats his sister and pushes children out of windows. :slol:


This is the one thing they really nailed in the transition from the book to television. That bath bit in Season 3 might be one of the best acted scenes in the show.

Jaime is one of my faves despite all those things you mentioned.


Yeah, its a great example of character redemption, you have every reason to hate him but soon you begin to understand why he's like that and sympathize with him, this also happens to a lesser extent with Cersei but she soon reverts back into an evil scheming bitch.

Re: Game of Thrones (TV) - US Pace - NO BOOK DISCUSSION (that means NO BOOK DISCUSSION)

Posted: Wed Aug 30, 2017 6:50 pm
by Denster
Squinty wrote:
Moggy wrote:It’s pretty strawberry floated up really that one of the most likeable and moral characters in the books/show is the guy who murdered his boss, strawberry floats his sister and pushes children out of windows. :slol:


This is the one thing they really nailed in the transition from the book to television. That bath bit in Season 3 might be one of the best acted scenes in the show.

Jaime is one of my faves despite all those things you mentioned.


Yes. Brienne really mirrors our feelings in that scene as you start to see him as this man who acted not out of self interest or disloyalty but acted to stop genocide and madness. The pain of bearing that for so long when he is actually a honourable man is what hardens him and leads to his excesses ( as well as his sister being smoking hot). He was also only made a kingsguard to spite his father (denying him his heir) as Aerys was jealous of Tywin and his ability to rule and lead.

Re: Game of Thrones (TV) - US Pace - NO BOOK DISCUSSION (that means NO BOOK DISCUSSION)

Posted: Thu Aug 31, 2017 4:42 pm
by Denster
Interesting couple of theories


Gendry is actually the legitimate child of Robert and Gendry - the one she alludes to losing in episode 2 season 1. Presumably taken and hidden to prevent Jaime doing some horror to it.

Tyrion convinced Cersei to go along with the truce as he had promised that her unborn child would be named as heir if she stepped down and didn't fight after the dead were vanquished. he having told her that Daenerys was barren. He does refer to the succession with Dany in episode 6 and she rather angrily cuts him short (no pun intended!).

Re: Game of Thrones (TV) - US Pace - NO BOOK DISCUSSION (that means NO BOOK DISCUSSION)

Posted: Thu Aug 31, 2017 4:52 pm
by Hyperion
Denster wrote:Gendry is actually the legitimate child of Robert and Gendry

That's quite some incest