Discussion in 'The Living Room' started by Agent, Apr 7, 2014.
I know. I feel like I know less than John Snow...
That's interesting. As I haven't read the books, has the show differed in parts during the past seasons? If so, is this the biggest change/scene that has been made?
There has been deviations of the series since season two but I can say that in my opinion some of what happened this episode are by far the most significant as it gives information that even book readers weren't privy to. So, in some parts you can say it's possibly spoiling book readers, the same way you'd read a book and then watch the show but in reverse.
I just watched episode 4 and I'm disgusted by the modifications they have made...
Loved this week's episode. This week's episode had lots of great character moments. Even Cersei. I mean, she's a bitch, but she always has these heartfelt moments when it comes to her kids. Sansa just went from one hell to another. Her aunt is disgusting. The Hound is fucking hilarious.
smh book reader master race
We're already almost halfway done
Cat's sister is a fucking psycho bitch
She's fucking disgusting
Holy. Shit. What a speech by Tyrion!
And that last line, fucking chills! So excited for next week!
Also, what the fuck Varys? I guess it makes sense that a man in his position wouldn't have the balls to do what's right.
I thought I had Varys figured out. After that display, I guess not. And Tyrions last line was amazing.
Tyrion is such a badass!
Tyrion re-confirming the gawd lvl
Oberyn god level confirmed
Stannis trying to stay relevant
Daenerys is a flop
Tyrion! You fucking go!
And fuck Shae... what the fuck was she thinking! :|
The ending got my blood pumping!
I didn't think I could think Tyrion being more awesome. But apparently I can... THAT ENDING!!!
And Shae. She was threatened. Only reason she did it I think. And the fact that Tyrion hurt her like hell...
*sigh* They're gonna find some kind of way to not honor that trail by combat, or they're going to choose a champion that Tyrion will have no luck against, no one is going to volunteer for him either, except Jaimie. He's without his sword hand and hasn't trained enough yet to be much use... so maybe Bronn but they're a lot of people that can beat Bronn. Taking that in to consideration they might actually honor it. Hmm.
No way he wins though. Bleh.
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