- Mar 10, 2005
In any case, I honestly will never understand the guy who doesn't have a thing for this:she's 18.
No, Lady Flowers is "too Mousy." I just call her Queen Sideways look (I was calling her that when she was Ann Bolyen in that mediocre Showtime series). Still, I think she's hot, even if she has a sideways face. Interesting is always better than "standard bombshell" in my book.In any case, I honestly will never understand the guy who doesn't have a thing for this:
She's up there with Dany and Lady Flowers in my book. But then again we've had people declare Dany as "too Mousy" in this thread so who knows.
I think a lot of guys have some psychological guilt block if they know an actress or her character is under 18. Who cares? Are all the parts fully grown? Then there's no shame in looking.
Couldn't you boot them out of the thread or put their posts in the moderation queue for the non-spoiler thread? Mocking the spoiler rule is just adding fuel on the fire as well.Well that is exactly what should be happening. Why people who read the books feel he need to post in here at all bewilders me. There is a thread for those people where they can talk about the show and how it all relates to the book, yet they want to come here and post and get pissed at us show watchers when we call out what seems like a spoiler. /sigh
Some of the action scenes are really good. The lack of effective leadership on the Crowes side is to be expected with Marmont gone. The Scythe was cool. It was nice of everyone to start fighting quietly so Ygrette could die so sweetly in John's arms.fuck these love stories.. I liked the previous episode much better
There have been several examples of opposing sides meeting to negotiate mid war. Last week, Theon went to Moat Cailin.What was the point of John Snow walking out the main North gate in the light of day with what must be thousands of Wildlings watching?
I could go on... not their best work. Very Hollywood.
season 2 was pretty much like that for episode 9: Blackwater and nothing else. Of course, that battle had a lot more going, in terms of the entire story--a side effect of much of the story being dedicated to Kings Landing and the Lannisters, anyway.Meh.
I would have been fine with an entire episode dedicated to a battle if it completely finished, but it was an entire episode of a 10 episodes/season show dedicated to a battle that still leaves them outnumbered 1000:1. Granted, Jon Snow may have magical persuasion, but I doubt it.
Episode 8: Tyrion is declared guilty and sentenced to death at the end of one of the biggest scenes of the entire series.
Episode 9: Not a single mention of these events.
In other news I went and saw "Tyrion" in Xmen last night. I just can't see him as any character other than Tyrion.