Discussion in 'The Guru's Pub' started by Mkilbride, Apr 20, 2011.
Yep, I am sorry that TV show has them so flat.
Cant beleive nobody is talking about episode 2........
most people were expecting
Well it was pretty obviouse with the red witch milsandre hanging around and them not burning john snow's body right away. I knew something supernatural was going to take place. However Ramsey murdering his father and his wife and son caught me off guard. Ramsey is ruthless but his fathers last words will be prophetic as i see him being killed in the near future. The Dragons that have been loosed will rescue Daenerys. And she will return to her city. Massandei is the hottest lady of the series. Still want to see how the white walkers fit in to all that is happening.
I'm convinced Jon is Lyanna and Rhaegar's son
I'm more curious if Jon after the resurrection is still the "same" Jon, or parts of the legendary Azor Ahai were reborn within him. But considering how the show simplifies the books so much, it's likely the first. Not to mention all this hasn't even happened in the books yet, but the lore is vast and there are tons of theories out there.
Also, it should be pretty obvious now for everybody that Tyrion (in the show at least) will likely become the 3rd Dragon Rider along with Jon and Daenerys (which if you ask me would be FREAKING AWESOME! ), they've been building it for some seasons now, with season 5 being the most obvious when he first saw the dragons in awe and then Drogon in the arena. And now his knowledge and dragon whispering, it's all set up in this direction. Imagine the faces of the Westerosi when Tyrion will be seen flying on top of a dragon when Daenerys invades. It will be priceless. :banana:
PS - Wun Wen Wung Dar Wun, in short Wun Wun is such a showstopper lol, loved his entrance in this episode! :giggle2:
I think so too. But in that case, it would be logical to have him resurrected by fire instead of Red Priestess of the Lord of Light.
(Not that far away, but I would like to get this rabbit out of the bag.)
And about 3rd Dragon Rider, I guess Tyrion is not Tywin's son as it was hinted several times.
I really hope it isn't true about Tyrion, I want him to just stay as tyrion the dwarf and not ride dragons honestly
The story is very confusing to me because I mix up the books and the show. Like, coldhands doesn't even appear in the show, what the **** ?
Catelyn isn't resurrected by thoros of myr, or was it beric dondarrion who resurrected her in the book ?
either way it's confusing as ****
This has been the running theory for years now. Hope it turns out to be true.
My favorite theory (almost certainly invalid in the show) is that Roose Bolton is some kind of immortal monster that skins people and wears their skin like a mask. That would be ****ing metal. I was hoping he would kill Ramsay and skin the ****er and take his place, pretend Roose died.
Also was anyone else really surprised when Ramsay gave back the baby to Walda ? When he was holding it I was expecting him to suddenly throw it on the floor and ghetto stomp it while Walda screamed
Yeah, but Sansa as Lady Stoneheart... :massacre:
expected him to throw the baby in the nearby fire
lol, ghetto stomping the baby would have left way more of an impression
like Obreyn fighting Gregor Clegane, that was brutal and ****ing surprising hahaha
Probably the most brutal scene ever. That was so damn hardcore and unexpected damn. I'm still shocked by this .gif
Anyone who read the books should remember that the son of Raegar wasn't killed by Jamie Lannister and is with the Golden Company. It's too bad they eliminated them from the TV series that would have made things more interesting.
Yeah but having him in the TV shows means their is no chance that Tyrion can become the third Dragon Rider and lets face it the only reason half of us are still watching is to see a dwarf ride a dragon.
Dude I was shocked for life in this scene.
I'm all hyped and all, but i sense the producers are somehow milking the story more than neccesary.And having the book still unreleased makes matter worse.
Well, what can we do?¿
And they are doing the milking wrong. There would have been so much actual quality content in the books that they could put in the show, but instead simply cut/ignored, or worse - like with Beric Dondarrion, whom they put in the show and then literally abandoned him, so that they could have several more episodes/seasons before reaching this point. And now at this point, sure, it's harder and harder to come up with the same level of quality, when you don't have Martin's books, just his "general ideas/directions" to work with...
I'm sure they have the right to see even what he writes on toilet paper when he's bored. I'm also sure that the books will be different than the series, and this is the forking point.
WTF happened with Jamie in the sept? Will Cersei get him out, like he couldn't, so that he would be in her debt and mess up one of my favorite characters?