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34 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Ghost looked fucked. One ear missing, scratches. He was walking funny as well. 

One step from a one way trip to the vets, that fucker. Didn't exactly looked chuffed to see Jon either did he.. he was happy in a "where's my tea?" kind of way!

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12 minutes ago, Spy Bee said:

One step from a one way trip to the vets, that fucker. Didn't exactly looked chuffed to see Jon either did he.. he was happy in a "where's my tea?" kind of way!

More of a "Look at the fucking state of me and you fuck off to shag that dragon flying slag?" 

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Final episode currently rated at 4.4/10 after 143,000 ratings on IMDB. Even the all female Ghostbusters didn’t get that bad a rating.

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8 minutes ago, johnsusername said:

That sounds terrible.

 

Some of the fan-written endings are laughably bad. 

And yet, all are better than what actually happened.

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The Unsullied's lack of close range weaponry irks me somewhat. I reckon if I took some Roman reenactment dudes form Chester or, perhaps, Northwich, we could do some real damage to those goons. 

 

Testudo to harvest up their one throw of the dice with their javelins, then have a gladius party with a series of repeated, short thrusts at their unarmed, sans-bollocko asses. Then we'd head home for a cup of tea and wait for everything to blow over.     

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Started rewatching it from the beginning last night.

 

Only two episodes in but already a massive difference.

 

First episode Cersei states that they had travelled from Kingslanding to Winterfell and it had taken them a month!

 

Completely forgot about the distances as they pretty much invented warping between locations in the final seasons.

 

The theme tune is in a higher pitch, as are everyone’s voices. 

 

Weird stuff

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20 minutes ago, rubble-rouser said:

Tony's Mum's. 

I thought it was loud the night night to be fair. They were doing agadoo in the back garden at 3 bells. 

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2 hours ago, Juniper said:

Started rewatching it from the beginning last night.

 

Only two episodes in but already a massive difference.

 

First episode Cersei states that they had travelled from Kingslanding to Winterfell and it had taken them a month!

 

Completely forgot about the distances as they pretty much invented warping between locations in the final seasons.

 

The theme tune is in a higher pitch, as are everyone’s voices. 

 

Weird stuff

I agree, half the fun was seeing what the characters were up to during their travels. Like Arya and the hound on their way to Riverrun, we get a couple of episodes of travel and conversations between the two giving insight into their mindset, and bumping into obstacles on the way,then the same again to the Vale

This series they just bounce from destination to destination like travelling from winterfell to Kings Landing, we don't see the journey just them leaving and arriving. 

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4 hours ago, Sugar Ape said:

Final episode currently rated at 4.4/10 after 143,000 ratings on IMDB. Even the all female Ghostbusters didn’t get that bad a rating.

That's because nobody cared enough to bulk-hate Ghostbusters. 

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6 hours ago, moof said:

I don’t care what else happened, Jon reuniting with ghost was the catharsis I needed after what was a pretty dark and depressing season. 

I was genuinely made up for you when he patted Ghost. 

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Even though loads of people didn't like the season after Ep. 3, it was almost like you weren't allowed to dislike it. Just in this thread, the amount of sarcasm directed at people with well thought out and obvious gripes is hilarious in hindsight given how just about everyone has turned on it now. 

 

The season was just plain bad and it's a shame given the huge quality of the show for the most part. I mean it's just a tv show, but it's one of those things people take so seriously, whether they love it or not.

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1 hour ago, TheBitch said:

I was genuinely made up for you when he patted Ghost. 

Haha. Appreciate it, mate 

 

was still a bit annoyed he didn’t give Daenerys the pipe but that made up for it 

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