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  • kvothe_snow
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    Ooooh dear partners! I have recently seen the first episode of the eighth and last season of Game of Thrones. I found it thrilling, glorious, very stimulating. Kit Harington stays the MVP of the show in my opinion and he delivered a great performance once again. He deserves an Emmy. His chemistry with Emilia Clarke (who’s also phenomenal) is stunning. If you understand what’s acting you will tell his performance is better than Dinklage’s, Williams’, Turner’s and Headey’s.

    Good! Your opinion goes with at least 90% of the critics. Great taste!

    kellis
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    He’s a known troll on this forum. It’s not his actual opinion. He says things to get people riled up. Smh.

    wattsgold
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    On the whole, I am pretty much done with critics. I’d rather read people’s opinions over here because they are unfiltered and honest, even if we think complete opposites. Sheep mentality has got to go.

    Ooooh dear partners! I have recently seen the first episode of the eighth and last season of Game of Thrones. I found it thrilling, glorious, very stimulating. Kit Harington stays the MVP of the show in my opinion and he delivered a great performance once again. He deserves an Emmy. His chemistry with Emilia Clarke (who’s also phenomenal) is stunning. If you understand what’s acting you will tell his performance is better than Dinklage’s, Williams’, Turner’s and Headey’s.

    Well, well… we have Kit over here. You’re not what we can call talented, but those squats really paid off.

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    Luca
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    I am very intrigued by the idea that the Night King fire symbol is related to the Targaryens!

    Emmy voters must bend the knee to Lena Headey & Emilia Clarke for "Game of Thrones." It's their last chance to award them. Make it happen.

    NevadaR
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    It is old so that allows her to having come at peace with Daenerys’ ending and say it’s cool now. Anyways, I’d rather her go mad Queen and kill Jon Snow, the definition of perfect plot armor protagonist, than dying giving birth like it’s a fairytale or something.

    That would also be incredibly lame and disappointing. They spent too much time building it up to what is the biggest reveal of the show to just end it up like this. As for Daenerys I’m tired of her repeatedly reminding everyone that she’s the queen. I won’t feel sorry when she’s toast.

     

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    Jon Snow was build up as a messiah figure too much for him to be killed anywhere before the last 15 minutes of the last episode. I think it will be extremely anticlimactic for it to happen.

    If I had to choose between the two, I’ll go with Daenerys dying and Jon lives through the end. I wouldn’t even mind him killing her, if he’ll have a truly good reason

    FYC: Lena Headey ("Game of Thrones") for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series, Miguel Sapochnik (“Game of Thrones”) for Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series

    Cobalt Blue
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    HBO doesn’t have commercials outside of their own content. Why someone watching live mean anything different than someone watching on HBO Go when they’re both paying subscribers?

    The person I was responding to said ‘streaming website for free’   HBO Go is not free.

    DvirBA
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    https://hbowatch.com/37-of-game-of-thrones-viewers-likely-to-cancel-hbo-after-show-ends/

    Not really surprising…

    I mean we don’t have HBO in Israel but i’m probably canceling my TV provider as well and moving to streaming the moment GoT ends, the only reason I kept it was to watch GoT at 4am live as it airs in the US.

    HBO should really start thinking about big original content and stop chacing away all the talent. First they fired Lombardo, now Plepler and even the one who was responsible for their miniseries. That AT&T thing really ruined them.

    FYC: Lena Headey ("Game of Thrones") for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series, Miguel Sapochnik (“Game of Thrones”) for Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series

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    Jon Snow was build up as a messiah figure too much for him to be killed anywhere before the last 15 minutes of the last episode. I think it will be extremely anticlimactic for it to happen.

    If I had to choose between the two, I’ll go with Daenerys dying and Jon lives through the end. I wouldn’t even mind him killing her, if he’ll have a truly good reason

    Actually, it makes total sense.

    1. He has been killed already.
    2. Foreshadowing: he told Melisandre to never resurrect him again if he dies.
    3. He is a war king. He’s only real purpose is his involvement in the great war. Outside of that, he can’t rule. Sansa is being built up as the ruler in the North, so after the war is over, I don’t see any purpose for Jon to live.

    Dany right now is being set up to fail, but I see her redeeming herself in the end. Dany’s arc has been about ruling so, if there is a throne to sit on, it should be her sitting on the throne in the end. She’s about breaking the wheel – it is very possible that she will be the last of her dynasty (she won’t ever have children) before the kingdom goes into some progressive form of government that Tyrion will govern.

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    That would also be incredibly lame and disappointing. They spent too much time building it up to what is the biggest reveal of the show to just end it up like this. As for Daenerys I’m tired of her repeatedly reminding everyone that she’s the queen. I won’t feel sorry when she’s toast.

    Jon Snow was build up as a messiah figure too much for him to be killed anywhere before the last 15 minutes of the last episode. I think it will be extremely anticlimactic for it to happen.

    If I had to choose between the two, I’ll go with Daenerys dying and Jon lives through the end. I wouldn’t even mind him killing her, if he’ll have a truly good reason

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    Actually, it makes total sense. 1. He has been killed already. 2. Foreshadowing: he told Melisandre to never resurrect him again if he dies. 3. He is a war king. He’s only real purpose is his involvement in the great war. Outside of that, he can’t rule. Sansa is being built up as the ruler in the North, so after the war is over, I don’t see any purpose for Jon to live. Dany right now is being set up to fail, but I see her redeeming herself in the end. Dany’s arc has been about ruling so, if there is a throne to sit on, it should be her sitting on the throne in the end. She’s about breaking the wheel – it is very possible that she will be the last of her dynasty (she won’t ever have children) before the kingdom goes into some progressive form of government that Tyrion will govern.

    Guess you haven’t seen the leaks.

    NevadaR
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    It’s true though. She can’t go two minutes without saying her titles.

    Mason
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    Literally no one:

    Daenerys: I am Daenerys Stormborn of the House Targaryen, First of Her Name, the Unburnt, Queen of the Andals and the First Men, Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea, Breaker of Chains and Mother of Dragons.

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    Actually, it makes total sense.

    1. He has been killed already.
    2. Foreshadowing: he told Melisandre to never resurrect him again if he dies.
    3. He is a war king. He’s only real purpose is his involvement in the great war. Outside of that, he can’t rule. Sansa is being built up as the ruler in the North, so after the war is over, I don’t see any purpose for Jon to live.

    Dany right now is being set up to fail, but I see her redeeming herself in the end. Dany’s arc has been about ruling so, if there is a throne to sit on, it should be her sitting on the throne in the end. She’s about breaking the wheel – it is very possible that she will be the last of her dynasty (she won’t ever have children) before the kingdom goes into some progressive form of government that Tyrion will govern.

    That’s the thing, he was already killed. them pulling another ‘shocker’ of him getting killed again will be pretty over the top and repetitive. The way I see it, Dany and Jon both living sounds unrealistic for GoT. Both dying sounds too awful even for them. Probably one of them will die and my bet is on Daenerys

    FYC: Lena Headey ("Game of Thrones") for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series, Miguel Sapochnik (“Game of Thrones”) for Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series

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