Game of Thrones is back with vengeance! But sadly, Lady Stoneheart is not going to get hers (unless of course, the writers surprise us and go: “Ah-ha! Gotcha!” somewhere in the middle but probably it’s just wishful thinking.)
Game of Thrones Season 5 trailer was out two days ago and I’ve watched it for about 5 times now but still can’t make heads or tails about it even though I’ve read so many spoilers of it. Mind you, I did not read the books and from what I’ve heard, the show is going to differ slightly from it. There were just so many things happening in the trailer that I do not know what to screengrab so I went for the below because I do love Sansa and I would love to see the development in her story in this upcoming season.
Today marked the end of Game of Thrones Season 3 and that has to possibly be the happiest finale I’ve ever watched from the show.
Cut because of possible spoilers…
There are no words to describe how I feel after watching the latest episode of Game of Thrones. No words at all so I will just leave you with this gif to express how I feel and let me collect my thoughts before I write a coherent review of the episode.
I don’t read the book and I know this was written ages ago. There is nothing we can do about it because it’s a book that’s written ages ago. George R. R. Martin had written it and meant for it to happen and he has said that it was one of the most difficult scenes to write. Trust me, as a viewer, it is going to be one of the most difficult scenes to watch for any TV shows. If you are wondering, Kurt and Blaine’s break-up scene is one of those difficult scenes to watch.
Because what I am about to write would contain spoilers, I have to hide what I said under the cut…
Late review is late but I just finished watching the latest episode of Game of Thrones. I don’t know where to start because my brain is stuck on the last scene. The White Walker always scares the heebiejeebies out of me. I’m guessing I’m going to have nightmares from it.
Other than that, the episode is as exciting and progressing further and further, which is great. The wedding of Sansa and Tyrion is awkward. I’m not looking forward to Cersei and Loras’s wedding and he’s visibly upset over it, understandably. I’m not really sure about the whole Gendry and Mellisandre scene because I fast-forwarded past it. I don’t read the books but I heard that that wasn’t in the book at all. Weird take for the TV writers’ part, if that is so. The burning of the leeches that sucked on Gendry’s blood was confusing. I have no idea what’s that supposed to do. Daenerys is still my powerful queen. Now that she has the Second Sons for her cause, she’s going to be harder and harder to beat but that’s not always a good thing, right? With the White Walkers still around. I’m pretty sure seeing the White Walker at the end of this episode means something.
I think the fourth episode is still one of their best at the moment but this episode would be second because for me, how it ends makes a world of a difference. The ending either makes you bite your fingernails eagerly waiting for the next episode or it will just leave you feeling indifferent. This episode is the first one for me. I’m not so sure leaving that dragonglass dagger in that snow is the best of idea because I’m pretty darn sure there are more White Walkers around. Eeks!
I would first like to admit that when I saw the title of the episode, I laughed and began to sing “The Climb” by Miley Cyrus. Everybody now… “It’s the climbbbbbbbbbbbbbb”.
So, without further ado, I shall just go straight into my recap train and ride away into the snowy plains and up The Wall. God, that’s so lame.
The last episode of Glee, we had an eyeful of Blaine’s butt but the latest episode of Game of Thrones raised the bar by having more naked butts and many other NSFW scenes. Some people who “ship” some of the characters would be happy with this episode – there are progresses in storylines and some surprises in store. I love the little flashback from Season 1 (Hey, Ned Stark!) and Season 2 that this episode has so I guessed there would be mentions of it in this episode.
So, onward with my recap…