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  • lacourseauxetoiles
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    After some reflection, I have realized that there is a problem with the first episode. However, the main problem has little to do with the episode itself. It is instead a problem with Season 7. Most of this episode should have taken place before the Wall went down at the end of Season 7. It easily could have if you cut Bran’s warning about the Wall falling and the scenes at Last Hearth, and if it had, the reunions would have felt much more climactic and the lighter tone would not have felt out of place. Instead, we got a light, happy episode of reunions of characters who haven’t seen each other in several seasons to start off the season, which just doesn’t work when they know that there is a zombie army marching towards them and when it is the first episode of the season. I still loved the episode, but this is just another reason why the end of Season 7 sucked.

    jjjmoss
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    random question: how did Iain Glen aka Mormont get a Sag Ensemble nomination for S6 when he was in only 3 episodes?

    Thatcher, Prime Minister of GoldDerby
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    This week’s episode is a pretty god setup for the epic battle we will live next week. The only thing I disliked is the absence of the greatest actress of the show.

    Lena Headey hasn't got an Emmy for Game of Thrones????? Emmys you need to win her right now!!

    Atypical
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    “Is the big woman still here?”

    Tormund is a boss lol.

    Seven
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    Sansa has her heels on everyone’s necks this season and I’m living for it.

    This episode is so emotional. Pretty much confirms that next week will be a fucking mess.

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    DvirBA
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    Beautiful episode!
    True return to form

    Reis
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    Beautiful episode.

    Kay
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    I can’t stop crying. So emotional. Somebody HELP!

    montana82
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    Are we headed to the possibility of Headey being in Guest actress?

    FYC Emmys- It's TIME JUST GIVE THESE WOMEN THEIR FIRST EMMYS- Lena Headey, Game of Thrones Sandra Oh, Killing Eve Anna Chulmsky, Veep Phylicia Rashad, This is Us Amy Adams, Sharp Objects

    kellis
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    “It appears your sister lied to me,” well I mean… Tyrion remains as useless as a stack of hay in the middle of the ocean. I’m glad that Daenerys is actually entertaining the thought of replacing him because it’s becoming harder and harder to not think that he’s doing all of this on purpose. “He learns from his [mistakes],” um, no he doesn’t. “The things we do for love,” THE SHADE BRAN EXPOSE HIM. Turner is getting closer to that nomination. Tormund and Brienne remain goals. Meanwhile, the North stays racist. I literally screamed “Ghost” in the strangest voice possible. And, finally, that singing, wow.

    Overall: though, it could’ve been shorter, a vast improvement over last week and really loved it. This episode was the definition of emotional. Also, Clarke’s acting was on point in that last scene. And, man, that cinematography.

    Grade: A (maybe A+)

    methaddiction
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    I liked this episode so much more than the premire wow I love Jaime and Brienne.

    AayaanUpadhyaya
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    Beautiful, surprisingly emotional episode. I think this all but confirms next week being an absolute heartbreaker.

    Gwendoline Christie was so good tonight, and I’m living for Sophie Turner this season.

    I won’t be surprised if Christie joines the GOT actresses in supporting, specially if she has the type of episode I think she will next week.

    Kay
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    The whole cast was mesmerizing and this is the best Emilia Clarke has been since 7×06. She’s the real MVP this episode hands down!!

    kellis
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    I was about to say up that, ironically, Clarke and Harington have stronger chemistry when they aren’t near each other, until that final scene. For once, they actually had chemistry with all that tension and anger.

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    MVP 8×1: Turner
    MVP 8×2: Turner

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