- Mar 7, 2005
Question is, is she? Does it matter?
Jeyne Westerling, or is this Talisa from Volantis identity legit
Pretty much this. It was still great but lacked that 'Holy crap, wtf?' moment that nearly every other episode has had. Calm before the storm, I guess.It was one of the best episodes from this season, apart from like 7 others. Or any of the episodes from the first season. Which is not to say that it was bad, but in the context of the series, it was definitely the weakest episode I've seen. Fortunately, even a comparatively weak episode of Game of Thrones is still compelling television.
I had that question too, andQuestion is, is she? Does it matter?Jeyne Westerling, or is this Talisa from Volantis identity legit
I'm tired of her storyline too, but I assume she becomes more important down the line. Until then, she just needs to stop the whining and start taking off her clothes more often.
I can blame them. They could have easily told his story correctly using the same resources and screen time they devoted to him chasing Ygritte. Granted, some of that is saving them a bit of work from next season, but not much. Making the character look like an idiot really hurts him IMO considering what's in his future.Interesting episode. The changes in the Arya story line are interesting....
Unfortunately... Jon is more idiotic than the books. I think the writers were constrained by the amount of time in 10 episodes and the budget.
If the story followed the books a little closer in the Jon story line, Ghost would've had more screen time and Jon wouldn't seem like he left 1/2 his brain at the wall.
Can't blame the producers too much given the budget and episode constraints I suppose.