*Watches one 50 - 80 minute episode once a week for a maximum of 10-weeks during the year*Now hopefully the entire World can get back to the real world ---- for a while at least. Seems impossible that there are some of us who have never seen a complete episode of this junk at all. I watched a part of one episode, not even sure which 5 minutes were enough ...
what a krap final episode
for years the characters fought battles and there was everything
in the end everyone lived happily ever after far from what they set out to do
I expected more in terms of deathJon did what he set out to do - wearing the black
Sansa did what she set out to do - being the queen
Aria is doing what she wants - exploring
Tyrion is doing what he wanted to do - being the hand
I don't really know what Bran wanted to do, but he won the game.
Dany's prophecy came true.
That's my main gripe, the rest is fineRemember also that there are tons of other story lines in the books which have not been included in the show. The whole Dorne Arc and the other hidden king. GRRM will have fleshed out the entire universe for us. What you are seeing on the TV show is the 9pm TV news clip.
He has done so before.That's my main gripe, the rest is fine
That council at the end was so random, who decided that they would be the ones to make the decisions ?
Its understandable that they would be the ones to do so but how did they get to that point. The council was basically a duspbin for wasted story lines. Dorne, Robbin Arryn and Catlins bro are basically an entire seasons worth of story that they skipped over - no dragons or expensive direwolves - just cheap "fresh" actors that they can tell new stories with... all leading to a more sensical ending.
Bran on the rolling throne - yes fine
Danny getting poked - yes, saw that coming and they had to resolve what she did.
Sansa independence - Whatever, I liked it but can't see her reasoning.
The really funny thing ? What are they ruling over? Which people ? What buildings ?
What city is that because it can't be kings landing. LOL
So what would have made a little more sense is that if they had killed Dany off during the battle and used that as justification for sacking the city. Then they spend more time fighting over who is the boss... then Dany's armies basically wonder why they are even there and the peace process starts - the leaders of the armies form the council and the rest finishes as it did.
Jon going north was perfect so I still see him as the one to take out Dany and then get exiled.
Did anyone else notice that ? he calls her Dany at the end /?? LOL.
One last thing - BRON... wtf, why do we even care about him ? Just give him a Castle and a wench and be done with it. What is he doing in the small council ?
The season crashed with episode 3.I actually enjoyed it. Did everyone really see Dany and Jon sitting hand in hand ruling a peaceful Westeros after everyone banded together, killed Cercei and then fought the Night King in a epic battle outside Kings Landing? Or what did they expect?