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  • antony
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    the first episode that I really loved

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    Reis
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    Definitly the best episode. This cast is great. Paddy Considine and Emma D’arcy!!

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    silvestre
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    Reminded me a lot of Thrones season 8 highlight A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms.

    Even with the fantastic episode and this surprisingly heartfelt farewell, Pilot still feels far stronger in terms of Paddy’s acting showcase.

    The strength of his performance is of a very interesting ambiguity, the weight of the crown has never been felt with such excruciating intensity as it was during Viserys’ tragic reign.

     

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    Allan Veríssimo
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    All hail Paddy Considine. We will miss you on this show.

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    MichelleReign
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    Paddy Considine deserves that god damn Emmy!

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    Atypical
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    This might top “In America” as the best performance I’ve seen Paddy Considine give. Bravo, good sir! Get your Emmy nominations next year. Prosthetics makeup, hairstyling, costumes, visual effects, all of it. The rest of this, sigh. It’s devolving into late-season “GOT” nonsense and sloppy writing, though at least it’s tied up now that Rhaenyra and Daemon were in on Laenor’s about-face last episode. The casting for the next age range of kids seems fine at first glance, particularly Aegon and Aemond. Rhaenyra’s children seem practically interchangeable, which maybe is the point. Her motivations go from one extreme to the other according to the episode’s plot contrivances, and the same goes for Daemon. This also puts into greater focus how much I miss Milly Alcock, as Emma D’Arcy and Matt Smith have no chemistry whatsoever. Olivia Cooke, on the other hand, is giving young Kate Winslet vibes, and I’m living. The brief dinner armistice scene was cute, but we’re here for the violence, so let’s get to it! Nice knowing you, Vaemond lmao. Ready for the final two episodes and conclusion of the season.

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    vinny
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    Three things:
    1) Give Paddy the Emmy!
    2)I forgot there were two Aegons. So from here on out when I say Aegon the Ass, I mean Aegon the Older and Alternative Aegon, I mean the younger.
    3)A+ episode

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    GD
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    I don’t understand where this is devolving into GOT season 8 nonsense, the writing in this was phenomenal. So, so good. Everything takes time to develop proprely. Considine, Cooke and D’arcy should win Emmys for this. Oh and Eve Best too. A+ episode

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    Atypical
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    It’s not “nonsense” and isn’t some random opinion either. It’s perfectly valid regardless.

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    GD
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    It’s not “nonsense” and isn’t some random opinion either. It’s perfectly valid regardless.

    You literally said « It’s devolving into late-season “GOT” nonsense »

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    MichelleReign
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    The iron throne scene got me bad! Viserys dragging himself only to defend her daughter. He might have been a weak king, but he was a wonderful father.

     

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    MichelleReign
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    Her motivations go from one extreme to the other according to the episode’s plot contrivances, and the same goes for Daemon.

    Which motivation are you talking about? I find their decisions to be very in sync with their character and who they have been

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    Reis
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    Heartbreaking episode. The portrait of the death, devasting scenes and performances. SAG nom please!!

    I thought GoT hadn’t any episode like this but “A Knight of Seven Kingdoms” is a good example of a similar episode. Loved it.

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    Atypical
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    You literally said « It’s devolving into late-season “GOT” nonsense »

    Sure did. It’s a perfectly valid OPINION.

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    Emil Petrov
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    What an episode. After this, the show MUST win the SAG ensemble award. Also Paddy must get nominated for Lead Actor at the Emmys, and win. If he submits this episode, I just can’t see anyone else winning.

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