They just couldn't be arsed to wheel his creepy ass back inside.Bran just hanging out in the middle of the stables for days(?) waiting for his buddy to show up.
Jon's thing is reluctance, of course he won't do anything he isn't forced to. But I suspect they've been frog-boiling us on Dany's crazy bitch Targ gene kicking in eventually.Concerning Dany:
Jon is still too cunt-struck to betray Dany at this point. If you're expecting some great anime betrayal you're going to be sorely disappointed.
Is House Umber extinct?
Damn such a shame, they're one of my favorite houses in the books.
She just hasn’t gotten to know Tyrion yet. Or had the luxury of meeting Olenna Tyrell. Speaking of Tyrion, do you think he knows Cersei is bluffing and he’s bluffing himself? Maybe he has a Bronn up his sleeve."She's the smartest person I know."
Nigga, what? She got the hair of the tard like her mom. Six innocent men die every time she combs her hair.
-I am believing more and more that Cersei is a daughter of The Mad King. That, or they are going for a "every king becomes mad" theme for the end?
-Is The Night King a Targaryen? Because that symbol at the end of the episode sure looks like the Targaryen crest ...
Was it just me or did the CG in that scene look awful especially the meet the dragons scene? Dragon riding scenes have never looked great, but that looked really bad.The whole "Dragon ride n chill" scene felt like it was just fan service and really did nothing for me. I mean, I guess it just cemented Jon's whole heritage thing, but still.
Unironically saying this line after the terrible sisters doing it for themselves subplot last season. They cut a scene where Bran had to straight up tell Sansa that Littlefinger was playing them, because she was too dumb to work it out."She's the smartest person I know."
It looked really bad and felt really out of place. It ate up a ton of screen time, too.Was it just me or did the CG in that scene look awful especially the meet the dragons scene? Dragon riding scenes have never looked great, but that looked really bad.
Wow that puts the scene into a new perspective, My first thought seeing the flying part was 'WTF do you know how fucking cold that windchill on your face would be? Cover up!' Obviously they wouldn't do that because you gotta see the actors faces, but it still annoys me. I forgot about Bran saying there's no time too. Of course then Bran waits days? before getting Sam to tell John. Night king doesn't seem to be in a hurry though, he would rather be on a sight seeing tour, so they'll have plenty of time.It looked really bad and felt really out of place. It ate up a ton of screen time, too.
Bran told them there's no time for this shit, Jon knows there's no time for this shit, The whole reason they went to the dragons in the first place was because they weren't eating. So instead of trying to sort out some food for them, they take them on a bad throwback to "A whole new world" from fucking Disney's Aladdin? Not gonna lie, this was the first thing I thought of when the scene was happening.
Was the most "anti-Game of thrones-ish" moment in the whole story so far.
The dragon staring at them was the icing on the shit cake.
I gave an audible groan at that.And so on. I'm not even going to touch the Tyrion/Varys exchange that starts the final season.