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  • Riley
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    Riley, how effective this episodes submissions are? It really cause a impact in the voting process?

    Ehh, I would say not much for a heavyweight like this.

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    Riley, how effective this episodes submissions are? It really cause a impact in the voting process?

    Ehh, I would say not much for a heavyweight like this.

    I imagined this. But they could submited “The Queen Justice” and “Spoils of War”, send to the voters two of the finest series hours just to reminden them about some season seven’s qualities.

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    Riley, how effective this episodes submissions are? It really cause a impact in the voting process?

    Ehh, I would say not much for a heavyweight like this.

    I imagined this. But they could submited “The Queen Justice” and “Spoils of War”, send to the voters two of the finest series hours just to reminden them about some season seven’s qualities.

    The Emmy voters are getting a screening of the entirety of Game of Thrones season 7 before voting begins.

    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.

    Luca
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    I am probably the only one who absolutely loved “Dragonstone” and “Stormborn” more so than I loved for example “The Queen’s Justice”, “Eastwatch” and “Beyond the Wall”. I also think that they were quite directorial achievements, especially Stormborn. But actually almost every episode of GOT is a directorial achievement. My favorite episode of the season was still the finale though, followed by The Spoils of War.

    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.

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    “Eastwatch” is one of the poorest, most cringe-y episodes of the series for me. The premiere was fine for a premiere. “Stormborn” as passable. The finale, “Beyond the Wall” and “The Queen’s Justice” were all messy and stretched credulity. But at least were all entertaining and had some highlight scenes. “The Spoils of War” is one of my top five episodes of the series.

    Reis
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    Riley, how effective this episodes submissions are? It really cause a impact in the voting process?

    Ehh, I would say not much for a heavyweight like this.

    I imagined this. But they could submited “The Queen Justice” and “Spoils of War”, send to the voters two of the finest series hours just to reminden them about some season seven’s qualities.

    The Emmy voters are getting a screening of the entirety of Game of Thrones season 7 before voting begins.

    It happened in Mothers’s Day (last sunday).

    I am probably the only one who absolutely loved “Dragonstone” and “Stormborn” more so than I loved for example “The Queen’s Justice”, “Eastwatch” and “Beyond the Wall”. I also think that they were quite directorial achievements, especially Stormborn. But actually almost every episode of GOT is a directorial achievement. My favorite episode of the season was still the finale though, followed by The Spoils of War.

    Actually season 7 first four episodes were the strongest beginning of any GOT’s season for me. If it wasn’t the illogical plan in “Beyond the Wall” and the rushed moments, season 7 would be for me the best GOT season yet.

    Luca
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    Riley, how effective this episodes submissions are? It really cause a impact in the voting process?

    Ehh, I would say not much for a heavyweight like this.

    I imagined this. But they could submited “The Queen Justice” and “Spoils of War”, send to the voters two of the finest series hours just to reminden them about some season seven’s qualities.

    The Emmy voters are getting a screening of the entirety of Game of Thrones season 7 before voting begins.

    It happened in Mothers’s Day (last sunday).

    I am probably the only one who absolutely loved “Dragonstone” and “Stormborn” more so than I loved for example “The Queen’s Justice”, “Eastwatch” and “Beyond the Wall”. I also think that they were quite directorial achievements, especially Stormborn. But actually almost every episode of GOT is a directorial achievement. My favorite episode of the season was still the finale though, followed by The Spoils of War.

    Actually season 7 first four episodes were the strongest beginning of any GOT’s season for me. If it wasn’t the illogical plan in “Beyond the Wall” and the rushed moments, season 7 would be for me the best GOT season yet.

    I wholeheartedly agree. Beyond the Wall and all the rushed moments really make me angry when I think about it. Also they played everything way too safe, people should have died in the big battle in 7.04. They all got away way too easily.

    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.

    Icky
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    Season 7 was a good spectacle. But it was too fan service-y, blockbuster feeling and condensed. It might be my least favorite season. Perhaps a couple extra episodes would have helped. Maybe not.

    Reis
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    Season 7 was a good spectacle. But it was too fan service-y, blockbuster feeling and condensed. It might be my least favorite season. Perhaps a couple extra episodes would have helped. Maybe not.

    With the habitual 10 episodes per season, the storyline proba ly would be more organic, with a better plot development.

    But maybe a even better job for season 7 woulded be a extra season. If the things that happened had be splitted in two seasons, everything that we didn’t like would seems at least logical.

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    Season 7 was a good spectacle. But it was too fan service-y, blockbuster feeling and condensed. It might be my least favorite season. Perhaps a couple extra episodes would have helped. Maybe not.

    Yeah the fan service, blockbuster feeling is what bothered me the most.

    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.

    Riley
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    The Emmy voters are getting a screening of the entirety of Game of Thrones season 7 before voting begins.

    It happened in Mothers’s Day (last sunday).

    That theatre’s capacity is 1600, including plus-ones.  All 22 000 Emmy voters got the DVD.

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    I don’t understand why they couldn’t do two ten episode seasons.

    Big fan of Better Call Saul, Sex Education, Barry, BoJack Horseman, and, especially, Survivor

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    Season 7 was a good spectacle. But it was too fan service-y, blockbuster feeling and condensed. It might be my least favorite season. Perhaps a couple extra episodes would have helped. Maybe not.

    I actually liked the blockbuster feeling myself, but the condensed thing would have bothered me too. For my time, Season 5 overall was infinitely worse and vastly more of a dull and wretched experience outside of literally the last 15 minutes of Hardhome. That season was the one that only needed to be 7 episodes, maybe less! Arya’s training with the Faceless Men, that Dorne crap, so much that dragged on and on and ON… Also, with the exception of Beyond The Wall, I honestly enjoyed every other Season 5 episode more than I did Hardhome. Even Dragonstone had that powerful scene with the Hound and the gorgeous Cinematography. I think Season 7 would easily have benefited from being longer, maybe even 13 episodes since so much happened in those last 2 episodes alone. It had an overstuffed feeling I had a hard time shaking, though the excellent production values and performances certainly made things go by easier.

    Luca
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    Season 7 was a good spectacle. But it was too fan service-y, blockbuster feeling and condensed. It might be my least favorite season. Perhaps a couple extra episodes would have helped. Maybe not.

    I actually liked the blockbuster feeling myself, but the condensed thing would have bothered me too. For my time, Season 5 overall was infinitely worse and vastly more of a dull and wretched experience outside of literally the last 15 minutes of Hardhome. That season was the one that only needed to be 7 episodes, maybe less! Arya’s training with the Faceless Men, that Dorne crap, so much that dragged on and on and ON… Also, with the exception of Beyond The Wall, I honestly enjoyed every other Season 5 episode more than I did Hardhome. Even Dragonstone had that powerful scene with the Hound and the gorgeous Cinematography. I think Season 7 would easily have benefited from being longer, maybe even 13 episodes since so much happened in those last 2 episodes alone. It had an overstuffed feeling I had a hard time shaking, though the excellent production values and performances certainly made things go by easier.

    Two things – finally someone mentioned the Hound scene in 7.01 and the amazing cinematography. Honestly one of the best scenes of the season. The way that scene makes you feel, I felt very cold during that scene like I was actually there. And let’s not forget the brilliant cold opening, that was so cool. But the premiere had a lot of foreshadowing as well and the ending with Dany was so damn powerful. The more I think about the episode, the more I love it. Oh I can’t wait to do a rewatch soon.

    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.

    Icky
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    Season five was a mess but at least still had emotional weight and tension and suspense. Season 7, beyond the awkwardness, just went down too easy. Fairly standard and safe fantasy/action genre fare, which I guess was cool for some.

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