I still feel like I watched my little sister lose her virginity through a keyhole.
i sure as hell am not one of them.
That’s where I’m at. It’s those two by a long margin, and I’m not sure who’s in third. Maybe Stacy Abrams if she runs.
“The real Wendy Callahan was consistent and coherent over the course of several conversations; she was clear with me that she became anti-vaccination after she believes her son, who is now 19, was injured by them.”
Yeah, I’m glad they went with the bat claw design, I think they did with Smaug as well by the second hobbit, but they changed it from the first. It was a bright spot for a disappointing trilogy
Yeah, I felt filthy as hell in that scene. I felt the same way when my niece got old enough to start posting photos of herself all tarted up on Instagram.
I think that’s my favorite scene in the series to date.
Even the line was what I was expecting, though I thought it would be “your brother and your friend whose family I burned to death.”
Game of Thrones can do spectacle like nobody’s business— and we’ll see that I’m sure next week— but what’s made it special was always the character building, interactions, family, friends, honor, love, and the politics.
Tormund, Tyrion, Jamie, Pod, Brienne, and Davos all sitting in a room drinking wine shooting the shit. It’s like they wrote that scene just for me. And then they knighted Brienne!?!? Hit me right in the feels. I’m starting to tear up again just thinking about it.
His story and everyone’s reactions to it were amazing. I wish that Missandei was also in that scene.
Out of everyone, the person I most want to survive until the end is Tormund.
“I want to fight for Winterfell, Lady Sansa, if you’ll have me.”
Brienne’s knighting was the highlight of this episode, it moved me to tears. It struck the right tone and it was such a meaningful way to reward her. Gwendoline Christie played it beautifully. I just hope it wasn’t done to soften the blow of her death in the battle to come. *Shudder*
The big woman still here?
I thought Burnt Umber was a message from Crayola.
Sakaar really is the chaotic loony bin where Thor could never truly be at home, isn’t it? It’s not just lost and unloved things, they’re all despondent and hiding it under a festival atmosphere. Despite his surface carefree attitude, Thor can’t abandon being a hero and responsibility. Sakaar is a contrast to Asgard,…
The entire run of spaced any three in a row
Ozymandias, Granite State, and Felina from Breaking Bad’s final run. So much incredible acting, cinematography and direction, all wrapped in a satisfying conclusion to one of the best TV dramas of all time.